Christmas behavior is insane,You put a tree in your house, and put lights on the outside. It’s also a holiday that was taken from the pagan celebration of the winter solstice and turned into Jesus’ birthday.And to be extra cynical, it’s a date intended to fuel consumerism and materialism.
But none of that matters if you use it as an opportunity to gather around with loved ones, and have a good time.Classic movies like It’s a Wonderful Life, Miracle on 34th Street, and A Christmas Story are fun for the whole family, but just because it’s Christmas doesn’t mean it can only be kid-friendly.
This list has tried to include only those films where there are tension and competition between three parties. They may not necessarily be romantic films; all the films included that have shown love triangles in a subtle way, whether they focus on war, action, suspense, horror, or psychological elements.
You know what's even better than an on-screen romance? An on-screen love triangle! After all, what girl doesn't want two gorgeous men fighting over her affection?
The British/American co-production My Lover, My Son stars Romy Schneider as Frances, the unhappy wife of businessman Robert (Donald Houston). When her lover is accidentally drowned, Frances turns to her teenage son James (Dennis Waterman) for comfort. Her husband doesn't like this set-up and bundles Jam.With Romy Schneider, Donald Houston, Dennis Waterman and Patricia Brake. Directed by John Newland. Based on a a story by Wilbur Stark and a novel by Edward Grierson. In English.
the unhappy wife of businessman Robert (Donald Houston). When her lover is accidentally drowned, Frances turns to her teenaged son James (Dennis Waterman) for comfort. Her husband doesn't like this set-up and bundles James off to college, but upon his return the boy enters into an affair with his own mother. Robert discovers the incestuous couple in an embrace and reacts violently, whereupon Frances kills him in self defense.
Some movies blow up at the box office because the celeb cast is so exciting we can't wait to slap down our coin. Some others kill it because they're filled with so many superheroes that we run to the nearest cineplex to see all the grandeur in IMAX. And then there are those that have sex. Not just a sex scene, but one of those 'controversial' sex scenes that makes it past the infamous NC-17 rating. Those are rare, but when they happen, lots of guys simply can't help but take a gander.
Over the many years of filmmaking, the gradual acceptance of sex on film has taken us to the place where rumors of actors actually having sex on film in mainstream cinema swirl wildly around some of the biggest ones. Most recently, Blue Is the Warmest Color garnered as much attention for its 20-minute lesbian sex scene as it did for its brilliant portrayal of a real romantic relationship.