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Directors Xiaofei Song and Xu Dong return for the sequel to 2016's Chinese box office hit rom-com, Some Like it Hot (Qing Sheng).
A girl with mediocre grades falls for one of her school's brightest sparks in this Chinese high school rom-com starring Talu Wang and Yun Lin.
Mind Game director Masaaki Yuasa directs this animated romantic comedy based on Tomihiko Morimi's novel of the same name.
Oscar nominee Taraji P. Henson (Hidden Figures) can hear men's thoughts in this fantasy rom-com from the writer of The Intern and It's Complicated.
Cole Sprouse and Split's Haley Lu Richardson fall in love while in hospital in this teen romance that marks Justin Baldoni's feature debut.
Award-winning director Amma Asante (Belle) directs Amandla Stenberg in this story of a bi-racial teen struggling for survival in Nazi Germany.
Post-WWII drama from the director of Testament of Youth, starring two-time Oscar nominee Keira Knightley, Alexander Skarsgård, and Jason Clarke.
Guy Ritchie directs this live-action retelling of the 1992 Disney classic, with Will Smith the wish-granting Genie.
New Zealand musical romance inspired by a true story and adapted from a stage play, featuring classic Kiwi songs from the likes of Crowded House and…
Julianne Moore leads this romantic drama from Sebastian Lelio (A Fantastic Woman) which is a reimagining of his 2013 film of the same name.
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