11 Best Movies like Lolita

The Movie Lolita brought charm with also criticism. A novel was written by Vladimir Nabokov and brought into the reels by Standley Kubrick a visionary and greatest director of all time. 

American Beauty

This film explores the dark side of suburbia and the lengths that one man will go to find happiness. but how the film is written and constructed more than compensates completely overlook. may argue the characters are weird and unlikeable, maybe so, but they are quite complex

The Graduate

This classic film follows the story of a young man who becomes romantically involved with an older woman. He is confused and awkward at times because that’s really who he is, a shy graduate who has no idea what to do after college.

An Education

This coming-of-age story centers on a young woman who becomes involved with an older man. This movie deserves to drown in the ocean of other forgettable movies.

The 400 Blows

This French New Wave film follows the story of a rebellious young man who is constantly at odds or misunderstood by authority figures. sometimes you will get to see reality and cinema are almost parallel. 

Moonrise Kingdom

As usual classic style by Wes Anderson, This quirky indie film tells the tale of two young lovers who run away together. the movie could be concluded as in one word ‘sweet’.

Romeo + Juliet

This modern retelling of the Shakespeare classic follows the forbidden love between two young people from rival families. the story of the two is well-known by others and does not need an introduction. 

The Ages of Love

This Italian film explores the different types of love that people experience throughout their lives. starring Robert De Niro and Monica Bellucci.

The Great Gatsby

The story follows the life of the mysterious and wealthy Jay Gatsby, who becomes reacquainted with his former love interest, Daisy Buchanan, and her husband, Tom, after moving into a mansion across the bay from them. As the film unfolds, we see the characters navigating their relationships with each other and the consequences of their actions.

The End of the Affair

The movie is from the 1951 novel by the same name by Graham Greene and is set in London during and after World War II. The story follows the tumultuous love affair between Maurice Bendrix, a writer, and Sarah Miles, the wife of a civil servant. The two falls in love and begin an affair, but their relationship is tested by the war and their own personal struggles with faith.

Lost in Translation

Directed by Sofia Coppola and starring Bill Murray and Scarlett Johansson. The movie is set in Tokyo, Japan, and follows the unlikely friendship that develops between Bob Harris, a middle-aged actor who is in Tokyo to film a commercial, and Charlotte, a young college graduate who is accompanying her photographer husband on a work trip. Both characters are struggling with feelings of isolation and disconnection in their personal lives and find solace in each other’s company as they explore the city together

The Reader

Starring Kate Winslet and Ralph Fiennes. The movie is set in post-World War II Germany and follows the relationship between a young man named Michael Berg and an older woman named Hanna Schmitz.

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