While the film didn’t receive many favorable critical reviews, it does boast a heartwarming, happy ending, which, as you know, is a bit of a novelty on a list like this one.
Rotten Tomatoes score: 16% Directed by: Shamim Sarif Written by: Shamim Shaif, Kelly Moss Starring: Lisa Ray, Sheetal Sheth This is another film that lesbians either love or hate (real talk: this is not, objectively, a “good movie”), but this is the film that opened our hearts forever Lisa Ray and Sheetal Sheth, as they played Tala and Leyla, two women from very different backgrounds that fall in love on accident.
Continuously adapted to our visitors interests the site covers a large range of "famous" related topics, written by contributors and quality assured by our moderators.
It also provides with the possibility to join the community and make new friends, share opinions and enjoy a virtual world of technology and popularity.
Tala is a Jordanian Palestinian woman living in London and planning her wedding.
Leyla is a British-Indian who is dating Tala’s BFF.
, the whole town of Azalea Springs, Texas loses its damn mind when someone makes an offhand comment about having their water tested for The Gay.
If , a drama about a call girl with a heart of gold and an artist’s temperament who falls in love with a “straight” WASPy housewife who is dying of cancer. Rotten Tomatoes score: 15% Directed by: Mary Agnes Donoghue Written by: Mary Agnes Donoghue Starring: Katherine Heigl, Alexis Bledel, Tom Wilkinson, Linda Emond This was a nice effort — a little behind the times, ultimately, but still — that ended up falling a little flat due to, well…If you don’t accuse us of eating babies for breakfast, it’s unlikely we will consider your assessment reasonable or useful for our purposes.Rotten Tomatoes score: 50% Directed by: Eric England Written by: Eric England Starring: Najarra Townsend, Caroline Williams, Katie Stegeman, Alice Mac Donald In 2013, Kate didn’t want you to miss this one.Or perhaps because you recognize the lead actress from Rotten Tomatoes score: 64% Directed by: Marleen Gorris Written by: Marleen Gorris Starring: Willeke van Ammelrooy, Els Dottermans, Jan Decleir This multi-generational film that explores the lineage of a World War II widow named named Antonia, who returns to her hometown to take care of her ailing mother.Danielle refuses to take a husband, but does want to have a child.