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I Don’t Buy Kisses Anymore

April 24, 1992

An overweight Jewish bachelor (Jason Alexander) falls for a non-Jewish graduate student (Nia Peeples) who sings and takes aerobics.

Feast of Love

September 28, 2007

The love lives of several people of various ages intersect when a young woman named Chloe (Alexa Davalos) comes to town. Immediately, barista Oscar (Toby Hemingway) is enamored with her and thrilled when his boss, Bradley (Greg Kinnear), hires her. Then Bradley’s wife, Kathryn (Selma Blair), leaves him for someone else. Afterward Bradley marries realtor Diana (Radha Mitchell), who helps the first couple move in together. Harry (Morgan Freeman) watches it all quietly and muses on love and loss.

Crazy Moon

December 11, 1987

A quirky teenager (Kiefer Sutherland) with a 1930s style courts a deaf salesgirl (Vanessa Vaughan) in 1980s Montreal.


January 13, 1984

A moderately successful New York model is cynical about ever reaching the top of her profession. In a chance meeting between her taxi and his limousine, Kit meets wealthy, dominating entrepreneur, T.C. Sloane, who turns his attraction and love for her into a career launching campaign. He is determined to make Kit into a superstar!

Crystal Heart

February 1987

Chris, a young boy who has lived his whole life in a sterile glass room due to a rare immune system disease, falls in love with a sexy rock singer, Ally. He writes to her and the two meet. Eventually, they fall passionately in love with one another, despite the interference of Ally’s sleazy manager who tries to sensationalize the couple’s love affair for publicity purposes. Chris finally steps outside to spend one idyllic day with Ally, but soon after he falls ill, and the two must face the inevitable.

Beyond Therapy

April 1987

Bruce and Prudence meet through a personal ad and end up hating each other. Using assumed names, they each place a second ad and meet again at the same French restaurant as before. They end up having a bizarre dinner with their therapists, who happen to be lovers, Bruce’s jealous, gun-wielding homosexual lover Stuart, Stuart’s mother, and a waiter who ends up taking a liking to Stuart. This time, however, Bruce and Prudence find love amidst all the craziness.

Still Breathing

May 1, 1998

An eccentric street performer living in San Antonio, Texas looks for love and his destiny in this magical romantic comedy. When he sets out to find his true love, the hopeful romantic is positive Rosalyn “”Roz”” Willoughby is the woman of his dreams. Unfortunately, the girl he’s smitten with is a deceptive con-artist looking for her next trick. Is he a trick or a victim? Their encounter turns into a journey of self-realization, romance, and redemption. Still Breathing is a moving, endearing tale of cosmic destiny and true love.

‘Till There Was You

May 30, 1997

Gwen Moss (Jeanne Tripplehorn), a writer hired to pen a book about former child star Francesca Lanfield (Sarah Jessica Parker), moves to the apartment complex that the actress owns. While Gwen struggles with her love life or lack thereof, Francesca becomes involved with handsome architect Nick Dawkan (Dylan McDermott), who is working on a project that will mean the destruction of the apartments. Eventually, Gwen and Nick meet, and there’s an undeniable chemistry, despite their differences.

Next Best Thing

March 3, 2000

Abbie and Robert are best friends with so much in common a joyful, unconventional approach to life; quick wit and intelligence; an endearing impulsiveness … and miserable luck in love. They would make the perfect couple, but one thing prevents them from looking to each other for romance Robert is gay. A day comes, however, when too many cocktails and a twist of fate take them to a new level of intimacy … and turn them into parents. A whole new world has opened up for them, and for the sake of Sam, their child, Abbie and Robert decide to live together as a family. Theirs may not be the perfect family but it is the next best thing.

Boynton Beach Club

August 4, 2006

A romantic comedy about our amazing capacity to rebound and fall in love at any age. Lois, Harry, Marilyn ,Sandy and Jack live in an “Active Adult” community in Boynton Beach, Florida. Their lives intersect when they meet at a local Bereavement Club where they go to find emotional support after the loss of a loved one. For anyone who thinks that new love and romance ends long before retirement, they’re in for a reality check. No one sees themselves as becoming old, and the residents of Boynton Beach aren’t about to start. But sometimes we all need a little reminder that life is worth living and sharing.