The 19th century romance is set to have its world premiere at this year's Toronto International Film Festival.
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Research, published in the latest How Couples Meet and Stay Together Study from Stanford University, found there has been a shift in how romantic relationships are formed.
Whether you hope to surprise your significant other, found love after swiping right or simply need an excuse to treat yourself, look no further than our Valentine’s Day gift guide.Hopeless romantics are sure to be won over by Aldi’s 100-rose bouquet (all for a tempting £25 price tag) while the all-new YSL Touche Éclat concealer is high on practically every woman’s must-have list right now.If you’re shopping for the man in your life, make sure to bookmark the Mulberry wallet and throw in a pair of heart-emblazoned Paul Smith boxers if he has a cheeky side.While hoping to drop some hints, make sure to add the Diptyque candle to your wish list. We have our hearts set on the Love Stories pyjama set too because it’s all about self-love this week, right?From good old fashioned chocolates to the most talked about book of the year, shop our edit of the best Valentine’s Day 2019 gifts.
There is no shortage of romance-rich hideouts in the region that are far from the crowds and less than five hours away.
Whether you’re planning a romantic weekend away for your other half or plan to treat yourself on February 14, Valentine’s Day proves the perfect excuse to update your underwear drawer.This season, the high street has been struck by Cupid’s bow and retailers such as Figleaves and Marks and Spencer have stocked their shelves with seriously covetable lingerie sets.Those willing to splurge in the name of romance should head to Love Stories; a hot brand to have on your radar. Without a single underwire bra in sight, the lingerie label is here to provide a ‘holiday for your boobs’ (their words) and has been given the thumbs up by the fashion crowd.We have our hearts set on the pastel-hued bralette.Meanwhile, Figleaves offers inclusive sizes from 30B to 38G in a range of everyday styles sure to prove a great investment.From sustainable chic at Stella McCartney to seriously lust-worthy pieces, these are the best lingerie sets to treat yourself – or a loved one – to this Valentine’s Day.
"It wasn't the wedding of our dreams but it was the wedding that made our dreams come true."
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Every month, we’ll tell you about new TV shows to hit terrestrial and cable channels, as well as streaming sites in Singapore. We’ll also highlight the television shows that you’ve got to be home (or on your phone) to catch every month.
The central premise of 50 First Dates has been so popular that there have been three remakes of the film in different languages, with 50 First Kisses being the latest version of the seemingly timeless tale — on the island of Hawaii, a playboy finds true love in the form of a woman who relives the same day over and over again, unable to form any new memories after a terrible accident. The Japanese remake, however, throws us a pair of uncharismatic leads in the form of Takayuki Yamada (Daisuke) and Masami Nagasawa (Rui).
Brother of the Year is one of those films that defy categorisation because the story veers into wildly different emotional beats at times. While it has some romantic comedy elements, the Thai film also goes into family drama territory. If you’re not a fan of slapstick, you can skip the first quarter of the film — which sees the reunion of older brother Chut (Sunny Suwanmethanont) and younger sister Jane (Urassaya Sperbund) after having lived apart for years.
Anastasia Steele (Dakota Johnson) in “Fifty Shades of Grey” is a completely different person from the character who appears in “Fifty Shades Freed”. Instead, it looks like she’s slightly smirking in her scenes, as if she’s fully aware of the unbelievable situations she finds herself in in “Fifty Shades Freed”. The movie is the final instalment in the “Fifty Shades” trilogy, based on the book of the same name.
Kan tried to set Chiew up with her friends before they confessed their feelings to each other . This Valentine’s Day, we bring you a series about love stories of people living in Singapore. Carolyn Kan and Chiew Huan Chong’s story is one of chance encounters and lessons in love.