James (Jameel Saleem) gets evicted from his apartment and moves in with his girlfriend of three months Kim (Kimelia Weathers) and quickly discovers she's everything he never wanted in a woman. He enlists best friends Carville (Quincy Harris) and Leona (Noelle Balfour), plus high-schooler Scoop (Nick Sinise) and strangers Big Boy and Kevin Hart to find a relationship exit strategy; but for Kim, breaking up just isn't an option.
MPAA Rating: NOT RATED
Cast: Kevin Hart, Big Boy, Jameel Saleem, Kimelia Weather, QUincy "QDeezy" Harris, Nick Sinise
Seven Girlfriends is the ultimate road trip down memory lane. A raucous romp full of wild humor and vivid color, as well as deep insight and personal truth, Seven Girlfriends leaves the viewer as it does its hero: joyful, energized, and wiser for the journey. Jesse Campbell (Tim Daly) realizes he's never had a successful relationship Despite his charm, good looks, and talent as a chef, Jesse just can't find the perfect woman. Five years ago, Jesse came close to marrying his true love, the stunning Anabeth (Laura Leighton), but managed to screw it up just moments from the altar. Now, panicked and desperate to learn what he's doing wrong, Jesse decides to take a hard look at his life by visiting each of his former girlfriends. Breaking up has never been so funny! This journey begins with Marie (Mimi Rogers), Jesse's high school girlfriend. Remembering the awkward boy he was eighteen years ago, she thinks Jesse's plan is more than a bit crazy. Undaunted, Jesse continues on, in search of the brutal truth. As he travels, we meet Jesse's other ex-girlfriends, like Hannah, the ditzy blond who's lost her psychic powers. There's also Peri, a lusty actress whose sexual advances he can't resist, and Lisa, the woman he left without a word. College bedmate Martha is now a lesbian, and Jesse becomes the clown act at her all-woman baby shower. Anabeth, the WASP princess with a fetish for sexy Polaroids, remains the "one who got away", and the excuse that keeps him from committing to any other women. Jesse's journey takes him across six states, from a hot air balloon to an early-morning flower market, from the Golden Gate Bridge to a rooftop overlooking a mad-cap funeral. Jesse is searching for Mrs. Right, and finds himself along the way. The quest for amour twists and turns until there's only one thing to do: start anew.
Moving to LA - it seemed like a good idea at the time. Dale (Lacey Chabert) can't seem to make things work - at work, with her friends, and definitely not with men.
In a city where hype, hookups, and heartbreak are as common as reality shows, it's hard to find something real. Now she's caught and in the middle of a love triangle with her best friend (Jenna Dewan) and a guy from her past (Kip Pardue) - a great guy. Maybe the best guy ever.
Sometimes, a girl's just got to take a leap a faith. And with a little luck, maybe Dale's LA dreams CAN come true.
Bryan Lighthouse photographed pets until a client's dog maimed a cat. The cat was owned by the wife of Croatian crime lord, Vlatko Nikitin, and rather than killing Bryan, Nikitin offers an alternative: marry his daughter Masha so she can get her green card. Bryan's crazy mother is thrilled her son is "marrying into money," but complicating matters is his sexy assistant Tonya, who wants Bryan for herself. Bryan marries Masha, and they go to Tahiti for a romantic honeymoon. But, Nikitin makes it clear that Bryan is not to even touch Masha. The newlyweds arrive in paradise where they begin to fall for each other -- that is, until wannabe girlfriend Tonya shows up. Matters grow worse when Masha gets kidnapped. With Nikitin thinking Bryan is behind the plot to get the hefty ransom, the pet photographer is as good as dead. With the help of Ernesto, a daredevil helicopter pilot, and Ernesto's cousin Lani, Bryan is forced into action to save his new bride before Nikitin has him killed.
Owen has an enemy, a diabolical villain whose sole aim in life is to make him a loser in love. And this is no mysterious stranger, either. In fact, it's a guy Owen sees every morning in the mirror when he shaves. This romantic-comedy sparkler centers on Owen (David Krumholtz), whose gorgeous girlfriend Chloe (Denise Richards) goes Hollywood and dumps him for a sitcom star who "put the beef in beefcake." Plunged back into the dating world, Owen finally picks up the pieces with a pretty, warmhearted girl (Milla Jovovich) who makes him happy. Then Chloe wants a second chance and -- oh, you stupid man! -- Owen asks why be happy with a new love when you can be confused, abused and miserable with your old one?
Reuniting Adam Sandler, Drew Barrymore and director Frank Coraci -- the trifecta behind New Line Cinema's game-changing romantic comedy The Wedding Singer -- this modern-day family comedy follows two single parents, Jim and Lauren (Sandler & Barrymore) who, after a disastrous blind date, can agree on only one thing: never to see each other again. They soon find themselves, however with their respective kids from previous marriages -- on the same family vacation package in South Africa. Despite all their efforts to resist, an attraction grows between the two, blending their two families into one...with hilarious results. Brooklyn Nine-Nine's Terry Crews, Community's Joel McHale, Saturday Night Live's Kevin Nealon and Bridesmaids' Wendi McLendon-Covey are also on board to join the fun.
All the couples are back for a wedding in Las Vegas, but plans for a romantic weekend go awry when their various misadventures get them into some compromising situations that threaten to derail the big event.
Greta Gerwig sparkles in this offbeat romantic comedy about looking for answers - and finding yourself - in a complicated world. When 29-year-old Lola (Greta Gerwig) is dumped by her Luke (Joel Kinnaman) just three weeks before the wedding, she embarks on an emotional, year-long adventure of self-discovery filled with love, loss, hilarity and heartache. Guided (and often misguided) by the well-meaning advice of her close friends and eccentric parents, Lola's chaotic journey en route to the big 3-0 proves that a single tumultuous year can yield the lessons of a lifetime.
Mr. Fix It is a romantic comedy about a lovelorn Casanova, Lance, who tricks women into returning to their ex-boyfriends. Men who have recently been dumped by their girlfriends hire Lance to prove to their ex-girlfriends that they really weren't that bad after all. Lance befriends the clients' ex-girlfriend, dates her, then becomes the epitome of why the client was dumped, sending the woman back into her ex-boyfirend's arms. But when Lance gets hire by Bob to mend his former relationship, Lance begins to wonder if his days as Mr. Fix It are finally over.
MPAA Rating: R Rated R for some sexual content
Cast: David Boreanaz, Alana De La Garza, Paul Sorvino and Darin James Ferriola
Sam is a dexterity-challenged art student having the worst day of his life when a streak of fate and a gust of wind blows hope across his path. She cheers him up and restores his faith in life. The next time they meet, Hope is living in a women's residence and irreversibly depressed. Sam embarks on a mission to restore her zest for life. Along the way, Sam finds the smile he has been looking for in the last place he thought he would find it.
Falling in love, breaking up and blind dates...welcome to the world of the twenty-something, pushing thirty, grad student. Danny, Zoey, Alan, Molly, Amy, and Tim are 6 friends learning the ups and downs of single life in the 90's as they struggle with commitment, jealousy, and the nightmare of dating a friend of a friend. It's anything goes as they discover love, lust, and the power of friendship.
A neurotic twenty something struggles to figure out which girl he really belongs with: the best or the worst girl he's ever known. NEW LOW is a fresh, laugh-out-loud comedy with a punk aesthetic and razor sharp dialogue.
David and Brenda are perfect for each other and everyone knows it…except David and Brenda. After they break-up, their lives spiral out of control. David self-destructs as an artist while his new girlfriend sleeps with his best friend. Brenda endures a failing acting career, an eviction notice, and a boyfriend who just doesn’t do it for her. And then chance brings Brenda and David back together on the streets of New York…at the worst possible time.