Enjoy our collection of the best romance movies of 2013, including French art-house flick 'Blue is the Warmest Color' (steamier than a hot baguette), Millennial love story 'Don Jon', and flashy adaptation 'The Great Gatsby'.
Finally, Leonardo DiCaprio has won an Academy Award! Previously, this five time Academy Award nominee started his career on classic 90s sitcom 'Growing Pains', and has been charming audiences ever since (his hairstyle hasn't changed much either). Make sure to check out some of his earlier, less well-known feature-length roles in 'What's Eating Gilbert Grape', and 'The Basketball Diaries', if you haven't already.
Remember all those books they made you read in 9th grade English? Guess what, they made movies out of them! Check out 'The Old Man and the Sea', 'Beloved', and - most recently - 'In the Heart of the Sea' (based on 'Moby Dick')!
DiCaprio has made hearts throb ever nationwide since he went for a very chilly dip in 'Titanic'. His range as an actor has definitely matured, but his ability to leave women infatuated shows no sign of ebbing. So please, enjoy our collection of his romantic roles both classic and modern!
Contemporary films set in the days when chivalry and romance were still alive and kicking. Your belching, X-Box obsessed boyfriend will only look that much worse after you observe gentlemen of ages past in such romantic greats as 'A Royal Affair', 'Atonement', and 'W.E.'!
In between the first world war and great depression, our 20th century forbearers were apparently able to have a bit of fun, doing twisty, angular dance moves, drinking champagne out of tall glasses, and wearing headbands with feathers in 'em. Sounds alright!
Z is a biography series based on the life of Zelda Sayre Fitzgerald, the brilliant, beautiful and talented Southern Belle who becomes the original flapper and icon of the wild, flamboyant Jazz Age in the 20s.
Selfridges & Co., erected in the early 1900s, is the setting of "Mr. Selfridge," and tells the story of imaginative American entrepreneur Harry Gordon Selfridge, his family, and his department store on Oxford Street in London.