10 Movies That Will Save Your Marriage
Cinematherapy is a new trendy substitute to a family psychologist. Sometimes, it’s very helpful to see what problems the other couples face with and make your conclusions. These movies will help family people to have a rest and, at the same time, improve relationships.
1. Mr. & Mrs. Smith (2005)
John and Jane Smith are tired of their marriage though they got married not so long ago. They think that they know everything about each other, but both of them conceal that they are hired assassins, who travel around the world with the most dangerous missions. Once, Jane receives an order for John and John, in his turn, discovers that he needs to kill his wife.
2. The Notebook (2004)
Noah is a young country man from a poor family. Allie is a beautiful daughter of the well-off aristocrats. When they meet for the first time in an amusement park, Noah invites Allie for a date, but the girl refuses. Later, Allie also falls in love and the young people spend wonderful days together. However, Allie’s parents don’t approve these relationships and decide to separate the sweethearts.
3. The Big Wedding (2013)
The story is about a modern family, which tries to live through the wedding. To their children’s and friends’ surprise, divorced Donald and Ellie Griffin pretend to be happily married at the wedding of their adopted son, the biological mother of whom decides to travel across the whole world to be present at this solemn event.
4. Sweet November (2001)
Advertising agent Nelson is devoted to his work and has no spare minute. When he meets eccentric Sara, his life drastically changes. The thing is that each month the woman spends with a new patient, who needs her help. If she succeeds, Nelson will become her new victory in the series of corrected human fates.
5. The Family Man (2000)
Successful businessman Jack Campbell is extremely rich, but absolutely lonely. On Christmas Eve, the man falls asleep in his penthouse, but the next morning he wakes up in another house next to his former girlfriend Kate. It turns out that Jack isn’t a businessman, but a car tire salesman, who lives rather modestly. He is married to Kate, has two children and a dog. Thus, a fate makes Jack choose what is more important in his life: career or family.
6. Life as We Know It (2010)
Holly and Eric hate each other. However, when their friends die in a car crash, they need to take care of their common goddaughter Sophie. Holly and Eric have to live together as they are the only guardians of the girl. Forgetting about their differences, the former enemies need to act in concert in order to make Sophie happy.
7. Yours, Mine and Ours (2005)
A widowed Coast Guard Admiral meets a woman of his dreams, who has recently lost her husband. The couple decides to get married, hoping that Frank’s eight and Helen’s ten children will become friends. While their children try to get used to their new life, the parents have to pass the test for the strength of their feelings.
8. The Story of Us (1999)
Ben and Katie are about to get divorced. Despite accumulated aggravations, they decide to fight for their marriage. The search of compromises and quarrels, separations and reunions ― those, whose feelings are sincere, will manage to cope with all the problems and obstacles.
9. The Mirror Has Two Faces (1996)
Gregory Larkin, a mathematics professor, is sure that intellectual affinity is the most important in relationships and that’s why, he decides to marry his colleague, Rose Morgan. After the wedding, the woman feels no interest from her husband and decides to become a real beauty in order to attract his attention.
10. When a Man Loves a Woman (1994)
They are an ideal family: a pilot and a school counselor, who bring up two charming daughters. Michael thinks that he knows everything about his wife until discovers that she is addicted to alcohol. While Alice tries to get rid of her addiction at hospital, Michael needs to rally his family. However, will this family be able to cope with all the obstacles on its way to happiness?