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  • Want a perfectly prepared dish of tender quail in truffle sauce? Kate (Catherine Zeta Jones), a workaholic master chef, can do that. But don’t ask her what to do about the free-spirited, opera-loving sous chef (Aaron Eckhart) who joins the staff of her upscale Manhattan restaurant.  

    Or what to do about the orphaned niece (Abigail Breslin), more partial to fish sticks than foie gras, who comes to live with her. “I wish there was a cookbook for life, with recipes telling us exactly what to do,” Kate tells her therapist (Bob Balaban).  A love of life (and of great food!) spices up this warm-hearted and funny tale about a woman discovering a world bigger than her kitchen. Come on in. Something new and different is cooking at Kate’s place.

  • Dr. Kate Forster has finally found romance. Trouble is, it’s a long-distance relationship. She’s in downtown Chicago. He’s in a remote lakeside suburb. And there’s more: She’s in 2006. He’s in 2004. 

    Keanu Reeves and Sandra Bullock team up for the first time since Speed for this heart-lifting story of a love that transcends time. It begins when Kate moves out of her visually stunning lake house and leaves a note for the next tenant, architect Alex Wyler. They begin a correspondence and soon come to realise they are meant for each other…and that, somehow, they live two years apart. Can they ever meet? What would happen if they tried? Magical and emotionally rich, The Lake House is a love story for 2004, for 2006, for all times.

  • Attorney Lucy Kelson (Sandra Bullock – Miss Congeniality) passionately wants to save the world. Instead she’s choosing ties and interviewing prospective girlfriends for her handsome and fabulously irresponsible billionaire boss George Wade (Hugh Grant – Bridget Jones’s diary). 

    Is this why she got a Harvard law degree? It’s not the job getting to her. It’s George. After countless sleepless nights and an ulcer, exasperated Lucy hands in her notice - but it’s George who can’t quite let go. Will they be able to admit their true feelings for each other in the two weeks they have left? Hugh Grant and Sandra Bullock charm, collide and ultimately attract in this wonderfully hilarious tale written and directed by Marc Lawrence (Miss Congeniality). Is it ever too late to say, “I love you”?

  • Grieving widower Garret Blake builds boats for a living. Rebuilding his life – that’s another matter. But that’s before Theresa Osborne comes to his North Carolina village. 

    Theresa, a lonely divorcee and researcher for the Chicago Tribune, knows Garret is the author of the message she found inside a bottle on a Cape Cod beach. And she knows the message spoke to her in a way that profoundly touched her heart.  Kevin Costner as Garret and Robin Wright Penn as Theresa bring high-voltage starpower to Message in a Bottle, a tale of love lost and found based on Nicholas Sparks’ best-seller. “You choose – the past or the future. Pick one and stick with it,” Garret’s spry father Dodge (Paul Newman) advises. The advice sticks. So does the impact of this tender, movingly filmed tale.

  • You’ve Got Mail delivers all the wit, charm and warmth you’d expect from a reunion of the stars (Tom Hanks, Meg Ryan) and director (Nora Ephron) of Sleepless in Seattle. 

    Greg Kinnear, Parker Posey, Jean Stapleton and more talented co-stars add perfect support to this valentine to modern – to modem – romance in which superstore book chain magnate Hanks and cozy children’s bookshop owner Ryan are anonymous e-mail cyberpals who fall head-over-laptops in love, unaware they are combative business rivals. You’ve got rare Hollywood magic when You’ve Got Mail.

  • Featuring extra footage, a radical soundtrack and way cool performances by Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore, this Totally Awesome Edition will leave you totally stoked!  

    It’s 1985, and Robbie Hart (Sandler) is a wedding singer who can cover the hits, deliver the perfect toast and even get Grandma on the dance floor. But when Robbie is dumped at his own wedding, he has a total eclipse of the heart and becomes the ultimate cynic. It’s not until he meets a waitress named Julia (Barrymore) that Robbie starts to come around. However, Julia’s about to get married herself, and unless Robbie can pull off the performance of a lifetime, the girl of his dreams may be gone forever.

  • From Richard Linklater (Dazed and Confused) comes Before Sunrise, a smartly observed tale of young people at a crossroads. Ethan Hawke and Julie Delpy play twentysomethings who meet on a train in Europe, sense a connection and explore after-hours Vienna together. 

    The people, places and allure of the city become their sudden itineraries. Love is their destination. On the way there’s the mutual sharing of hopes, jokes, dreams, worry and wonder. It’s a day to linger in their memories.

  • It’s 1939 and test pilot Daniel McCormick (Mel Gibson) has the world by the tail. He has a terrific job flying B-25s, a devoted soul mate (Isabel Glasser) and a long-time pal and confidant (George Wendt). In fact, he has everything. Almost. 

    Despite his ability to confront danger, he can’t look his girlfriend in the face and propose. He always decides to wait till tomorrow to pop the question... but in one terrible instant he runs out of tomorrows. Tragedy takes his sweetheart away. Unwilling to face life alone, Daniel volunteers for a top-secret cryogenics experiment. He reawakens in 1992, lost and out of step. But through a friendship with a fatherless boy (Elijah Wood) and the boy’s mother (Jamie Lee Curtis), Daniel learns that time waits for no man. But true love waits forever. Share the magic of Forever Young, a romantic adventure about courage, taking risks, seizing the moment – and getting one more chance!