I know. I've been asking myself the same thing.
In the way I enjoy reading Cecilia Ahern's books, I love it when a touch of 'magic' is added into romance movies. The three above are all feel-good movies, with a little comedy added - but all also didn't leave the essence of life behind. A couple of them got me crying the first time I watched. And I do love Mark Ruffalo.
Feast your eyes as you watch Nicholas Hoult portray the hottest cold-bodied non-human ever.
The playlist I like to listen to, sometimes, before falling asleep. You got this one from me.
If there's anything I learned from working in the beauty industry, except I didn't (learn this in the beauty industry - in fact, it's the industry's best kept dirty little secret), it's setting up my skin-care routine with Paula Begoun. I knew her from the Oprah Show years and years ago, and she came up in my life again lately, somehow. So here goes.
The only choice I have for faking being British back in the days, was listening to Coldplay. And if there's anything from the UK that's identical to 'young' (even the rock bands), it didn't reach my ears. Sure, as early as the 2000's my girl friends were fawning over Westlife, but they're officially Irish, and, yes, still old.
It's one of those movies. Sweet, light, with a touch of sadness about love, life, and death.