Highest-Rated Movies about 'Winsome', Sort by Popularity

Flirting (1990), Beauty and the Beast (1991), The Postman (1994), The Man on the Train (2002), The Mouse That Roared (1959), Lazybones (1925), Peppermint Soda (1979), Brewster McCloud (1970) ... Let's take a look at the ranked list of the best Winsome movies.

#2. Beauty and the Beast (1991)

Storyline: An arrogant young prince (Robby Benson) and his castle's servants fall under the spell of a wicked enchantress, who turns him into the hideous Beast until he learns to love and be loved in return. The spirited, headstrong village girl Belle (Paige O'Hara) enters the Beast's castle after he imprisons her father Maurice (Rex Everhart). With the help of his enchanted servants, including the matronly Mrs. Potts (Angela Lansbury), Belle begins to draw the cold-hearted Beast out of his isolation.

Plot Keywords: anti-hero, ingénue, father, suitor, servant, endearing, playful ...

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#6. Lazybones (1925)

Storyline: "Lazybones" Steve (Buck Jones) is fawned over by his girlfriend, Agnes (Jane Novak) and doting mother. But, when he saves Agnes' sister from a suicide attempt, this loafer suddenly finds himself raising her secret newborn daughter, Kit. His easy life turns hard when the town assumes she's his illegitimate child. Steve is called to fight in World War I, and when he returns Kit is no longer a picked-on kid but a beautiful woman (Madge Bellamy). Then his love becomes not quite so paternal.

Plot Keywords: man, mother, adopted daughter, troubled woman, girlfriend, mother-in-law, mushy ...

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#7. Peppermint Soda (1979)

Storyline: Anne (Eleonore Klarwein), age 13, lives with her divorced mother (Anouk Ferjac) and big sister Frederique (Odile Michel) in Paris, and cannot seem to grow up fast enough. She yearns to wear stockings, which her mother strictly forbids, and to enjoy the mature beverage of peppermint soda at a nearby cafe. As she becomes increasingly aware of boys, Anne takes to steaming open Frederique's letters so as to vicariously experience her sister's burgeoning and troubled romance.

Plot Keywords: teen girl, sister, single mother, teacher, winsome, spirited, paris ...

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#10. Lies My Father Told Me (1975)

Storyline: David (Jeffrey Lynas) is a young Jewish boy growing up in Montreal in the 1920s. His father, Harry (Len Birman), a self-consumed inventor who yearns for assimilation and acceptance, is not religious. His loving grandfather Zaida (Yossi Yadin) is devout, with his heart still back on the old continent. Every Sunday, as David and Zaida collect scrap metal in a horse and carriage, grandfather preaches Judaism to grandson. David must come to his own conclusions on his Jewish identity and faith.

Plot Keywords: boy, grandfather, father, mother, uncle, horse, touching ...

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#13. Big Fish (2003)

Storyline: United Press International journalist Will Bloom and his French freelance photojournalist wife Josephine Bloom, who is pregnant with their first child, leave their Paris base to return to Will's hometown of Ashton, Alabama on the news that his father, Edward Bloom, stricken with cancer, will soon die, he being taken off chemotherapy treatment. Although connected indirectly through Will's mother/Edward's wife, Sandra Bloom, Will has been estranged from his father for three years since his and Josephine's wedding. Will's issue with his father is the fanciful tales Edward has told of his life all his life, not only to Will but the whole world. As a child when Edward was largely absent as a traveling salesman, Will believed those stories, but now realizes that he does not know his father, who, as he continues to tell these stories, he will never get to know unless Edward comes clean with the truth before he dies. On the brink of his own family life beginning, Will does not want to be the ...

Plot Keywords: father, son, wife, doctor, circus performer, giant, emotional ...

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#14. The Beaches of Agnès (2008)

Storyline: At nearly 80, Agnès Varda explores her memory - growing up in Belgium, living in Sète, Paris, and Noirmoutier, discovering photography, making a film, being part of the New Wave, raising children with Jacques Demy, losing him, and growing old. She explores her memory using photographs, film clips, home movies, contemporary interviews, and set pieces she designs to capture a feeling, a time, or a frame. Shining through each scene are her impish charm, inventiveness, and natural empathy. How do people grow old, how does loss stay with them, can they remain creative, and what do they remember? Memory, she says, is like a swarm of confused flies. She envisions hers for us.—<[email protected]>

Plot Keywords: filmmaker, artist, actor, family member, winsome, emotional, creative ...

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