A lonely train-station attendant saves the life of a man she has long loved from afar. While he ends up in a coma, she is mistakenly introduced to his family as his fiancee and decides to continue the deception. Over time, she begins to fall for her supposed partner's brother. Romantic comedy, with Sandra Bullock and Bill Pullman
Movie based on a book by Michael Lewis about a well-to-do white family who take in a homeless black teen and help him realise his potential on and off the football field. Starring Sandra Bullock in her Oscar winning performance.
A middle-aged electronics shop worker reveals that he has never been intimate with a woman, leaving his shocked colleagues with no choice but to set him up on a series of potentially passionate dates. When he falls for a single mum, his pals think he's on course for a lusty liaison, but his new partner isn't ready for a physical relationship. Judd Apatow's comedy, featuring moments of sensitive humour among the smuttier sketches. Starring Steve Carell, Catherine Keener and Paul Rudd
Richard Curtis' directorial debut is a blockbusting romantic comedy following several loosely interlinked individuals as they fall in love. While the British prime minister is drawn to a lowly assistant at 10 Downing Street, a heartbroken writer heads for France to get over his relationship, and a rock star aims to reinvent himself in time for Christmas. Hugh Grant, Emma Thompson, Alan Rickman, Colin Firth, Bill Nighy, Martine McCutcheon and Liam Neeson star in an ensemble piece which throws so many different characters and romances into the mix, it's hard not to be moved by at least some of them.