He Loves Me, He Loves Me Not …
Sure, everyone dreams of happily ever after, but sometimes the best stories are far from fairy tales.
- Edited byDarren Elms
Inside Llewyn DavisOriginal Soundtrack
The Coen Brothers film is getting plenty of Oscar buzz, but the soundtrack deserves its own applause. A fine collaboration with T-Bone Burnett, the sometimes satirical, often affectionate take on the early ‘60s folk scene is both a love letter to Greenwich Village guitars and harmonies and a sonnet for struggling artists.
LookingPremieres January 19 on HBO
A trio of 30-something friends living in modern-day San Francisco explores the exciting—and often overwhelming—options of sex, dating and love.
Love & WarWritten by Mary Matalin and James Carville
The ideologically mismatched couple discusses their 20 years of marriage, politics and America. With humor and honesty, these two happy dissenters prove that opposites do attract.
The Philadelphia StoryDirected by George Cukor
Society gal and recent divorcée Tracy Lord (Katharine Hepburn) plans to remarry in a private ceremony away from the public eye. But when her ex-husband (Cary Grant) tips off a magazine reporter (Jimmy Stewart), a hilarious love triangle ensues. The glorious style and sharp-witted dialogue make this a must-watch for classic film fans. l