1 – Unfaithful (2002)
Connie Summer (Diane Lane) has what resembles an ideal life, wedded to Edward (Richard Gere) and living in a wonderful home with their child Charlie (Erik Per Sullivan). However, on an excursion to the city Connie meets enchanting book broker Paul Martel (Olivier Martinez) who acts the hero. Captivated by the appealling youngster, Connie comes back to the city and before long leaves on an enthusiastic undertaking with the young fellow who stirs up the attractive lady covered up inside her. In any case, Edward before long develops suspicious when he sees Connie acting contrastingly and begins finding what she gets up to while he is grinding away.
2 – Hollywoodland (2006)
While celebrated for playing the man of steel, Superman, on-screen character George Reeves feels he is reviled by the job, preventing him from being paid attention to as an entertainer and not getting the huge motion picture jobs he so needs. At 45 years old he is discovered dead in his home and while the Police accept he has ended it all his mom accepts generally and contracts little league private agent Louis Simo (Adrien Brody) to find reality, Whilst researching Reeves’ passing Simo finds that while he was locked in to celebrity Leonore Lemmon (Robin Tunney) Reeves additionally had an exceptionally unique association with Toni Mannix (Diane Lane) the spouse of Eddie the head of MGM a man associated with the horde.
3 – Under the Tuscan Sun (2003)
Frances Mayes (Diane Lane) life is by all accounts coming swimmingly, a fruitful author with what gives off an impression of being an ideal marriage. That is until she finds her significant other undermining her. Having moved out and experiencing a temporarily uncooperative mind she is convinced by her companions to take some break and go on a Holiday to Tuscany. At first not intrigued she at long last concurs and while traveling through Tuscany goes over a broken down old estate which on the off the cuff chooses to purchase. With a cloth sack pack of developers Francis begins doing up the estate and beginning another existence of adoration, wine and companions in Tuscany.
6 – Must Love Dogs (2005)
Sarah Nolan (Diane Lane) is a thirty something and she is as of late separated, not that it truly irritates her. Be that as it may, her family appear to be concerned and are resolved to set her up with another man. Be that as it may, when one date pursues another with little achievement Sarah chooses she has had enough, just for her sister to post her profile on a dating site. In spite of hesitant about going on another date she concurs and winds up gathering Jake Anderson (John Cusack) a pontoon developer with incredible sentimental thoughts. They hit it off and yet Sarah meets (Dermot Mulroney) who she becomes friends with too making her absence of adoration life all of a sudden entangled.
8 – The Glass House (2001)
Following the demise of their folks in an auto crash, 16-year-old Ruby (Leelee Sobieski) and her more youthful sibling Rhett (Trevor Morgan) are taken in by their parent’s companions Mr. furthermore, Mrs. Glass (Stellan Skarsgard, Diane Lane). Having moved to their Malibu home with it’s moderate inside and glass dividers things don’t appear to be very right, particularly as Mr. Glass inspiration for taking them in appears a little questionable when Ruby learns he is in a difficult situation.
9 – Streets of Fire (1984)
During a show, shake chick Ellen Aim (Diane Lane) is grabbed by a pack of engine bicycle riding hooligans lead by the vile Raven (Willem Dafoe). Luckily her ex and soldier of fortune Tom Cody (Michael Pare) is around the local area and after some delicate influence from his sister and alongside spitfire McCoy (Amy Madigan) and Ellen’s supervisor just as present beau Billy Fish (Rick Moranis) he heads to her salvage. In any case, Raven and his group of calfskin wearing hooligans won’t accept Cody’s obstruction without a fight.
10 – Fierce People (2005)
With his late spring occasions calling, youthful Finn (Anton Yelchin) has plans to join his dad on one of his endeavors into the Amazon. That is until her is captured while purchasing drugs for his Liz (Diane Lane). Understanding that her fixation is influencing her child, Liz and Finn head off to spend the late spring on the domain of her rich companion Ogden C. Osborne (Donald Sutherland). In spite of the fact that not the Amazon, youthful Finn investigates the broad state as though it was and while there moves toward becoming companions with Osbourne’s great kids Bryce (Chris Evans) and Maya (Kristen Stewart). However, when Osbourne chooses to encourage Finn it cause desire prompting his mid year of fun being decimating spoilt.