Moulin Rouge! (2001)

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15 Similar Movies To Moulin Rouge! (2001)

In the year 1900, Christian, a young writer who is grieving over the recent passing of the woman he loves, begins composing their story on the typewriter he keeps in his apartment in Paris. One year earlier, he travels to the Montmartre neighborhood of Paris with the intention of becoming involved in the Bohemian movement.

Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec and his band of performers are at that very moment writing a play titled Spectacular Spectacular when he unexpectedly runs into them. After Christian has assisted them in finishing the play, they travel to the Moulin Rouge in the hopes that the star performer and courtesan, Satine, will be impressed by Christian’s talents and convince the owner of the Moulin Rouge, Harold Zidler, to let Christian compose the performance.

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1: The Age of Innocence (1993)


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2: Water for Elephants (2011)


A senior citizen by the name of Jacob Jankowski, who has become separated from the other residents of his nursing home, is found by the proprietor of a circus, Charlie O'Brien. Jacob admits that he once worked in the circus industry and that he was present during one of the most infamous accidents that occurred in the circus industry. Jacob was a student at Cornell University studying veterinary medicine in 1931 when he received the devastating news that both of…

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3: The End of the Affair (1999)


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4: Romeo + Juliet (1996)


The Capulets and the Montagues are two competing corporate dynasties in the city of Verona Beach. The younger relatives of Fulgencio and Gloria Capulet as well as Ted and Caroline Montague are the ones who are most affected by the enmity of the older generation. The city is thrown into disarray as a result of a gunfight between the Montague family, led by Benvolio, Romeo's cousin, and the Capulet family, led by Tybalt, Juliet's cousin. Being that this is the…

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5: The Great Gatsby (2000)


A young bond salesman named Nick Carraway rents a cottage on Long Island, New York, close to the estate of the affluent and reclusive Jay Gatsby. Carraway's story is told in The Great Gatsby. Nick gets to know Gatsby, who before he went off to serve in World War I was a poor guy whose name was Gatz. Daisy, a stunning young woman who came from an affluent family, became Gatsby's love interest. Even though Daisy was already married to…

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6: The Painted Veil (2006)


An ardent and bookish bacteriologist named Walter Fane takes a short vacation to London in the early 1920s. While there, he meets Kitty Garstin, a London socialite, and is immediately captivated by her. After she says yes ("just to go as far away from [her] mother as possible") to his proposal, the happy couple travels to Venice for their honeymoon. They make their way to Walter's medical post in Shanghai, which is located in a government lab, and there they…

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7: The Bridges of Madison County (1995)


In the current day, Michael and Carolyn Johnson, who are now adults, travel to the Iowa farm where their mother, Francesca, lived until she passed away not long ago in order to settle her estate. They are taken aback when they find that Francesca wanted to have her body burned and her ashes spread from Roseman Covered Bridge rather than being laid to rest next to her late husband, Richard. Similar Movies to The Bridges of Madison County (1995)

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8: The Great Gatsby (1974)


Nick Carraway, a writer, navigates his boat across the harbor and into East Egg to visit his cousin Daisy and her husband Tom at their estate there. While he was there, he learned that Tom's marriage to Daisy was in turmoil and that Tom was having an affair with a woman in New York. Daisy was unaware of Tom's affair. Nick resides in a quaint cottage in West Egg, and his neighbor is a mysterious tycoon by the name of…

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9: Me Before You (2016)


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10: The Notebook


A resident named Duke, played by James Garner, reads a love story to an older woman named Gena Rowlands, who has dementia and memory loss. The setting is a nursing home. Allie Hamilton (Rachel McAdams), a wealthy teenager who is 17 years old at the time, is vacationing in Seabrook during the late 1930s. At a carnival, a local laborer named Noah Calhoun, played by Ryan Gosling, meets Allie, and the two quickly fall in love with one another. One…

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11: One Day


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12: Anna Karenina


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13: The Duchess


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