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Soul Mate: Movies

50 First Dates [2004] PG-13

Henry (Adam Sandler) is a player skilled at seducing women. But when this veterinarian meets Lucy (Drew Barrymore), a girl with a quirky problem when it comes to total recall, he realizes it's possible to fall in love all over again … and again, and again. That's because the delightful Lucy has no short-term memory, so Henry must woo her day after day until he finally sweeps her off her feet. Sean Astin, Dan Aykroyd and Rob Schneider co-star. 

Anne of Green Gables [1985] NR

Megan Follows stars as Anne Shirley, the talkative, red-headed orphan sent by mistake to live with a spinster (Colleen Dewhurst) and her brother (Richard Farnsworth) on scenic Prince Edward Island, Canada. But Anne's warm-hearted enthusiasm and irrepressible imagination gradually win them over. Jonathan Crombie co-stars as Gilbert Blythe.

It Had to Be You [2000] PG-13 

Anna (Natasha Henstridge) is a schoolteacher, and Charlie (Michael Vartan) is a New York City cop. They're both getting married -- but not to each other. They meet by happenstance one day when their intended spouses are both out of town … and a sudden spark becomes a romantic flame that calls into question their own definitions of happiness.

Nell [1994] PG-13

When Dr. Jerome Lovell (Liam Neeson) and Dr. Paula Olsen (Natasha Richardson) discover Nell (Jodie Foster), who lives alone in a remote backwoods area of North Carolina, they're astonished to find a woman who has formed her own language after being cut off from civilization. Michael Apted directs this intense version of François Truffaut's earlier The Wild Child. Foster was nominated for a 1995 Best Actress Oscar for her gripping performance.

A Family Thing [1996] PG-13 

When Arkansas native Earl (Robert Duvall) explores his past, he learns that his real mother was African American -- a shock. What's more, there's a half-brother named Ray (James Earl Jones) living in Chicago. Earl sets out to get to know him and the experience is life changing. Moving from initial anger and confusion to common ground, the relationship builds. Billy Bob Thornton co-writes this drama about the indestructible bonds of family.

The Cure [1994] PG-13 

Rejected by his peers, an 11-year-old Minnesota boy who contracted AIDS from a blood transfusion develops a kinship with his new neighbor. When the duo reads about a New Orleans' doctor's cure for AIDS, they head down the Mississippi River on a raft.


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Signs of meeting a soulmate

  • Feeling a sense of déjà vu - we've done this before, we've been here before. Familiarity with surroundings and people associated with the soulmate candidate. 
  • A synchronicity of events or outside forces that bring you together. It's as though the universe takes over to control your destiny. You may be reading the same book and know the same people. Things are just a little too coincidental. 
  • Immediate attraction and chemistry. Love at first sight. Physically comfortable togetherness. 
  • Although you've just met, you deeply understand one another. There is an immediate kinship. You just click. 
  • This person has surfaced in your dreams. You recognize the face and mannerisms.