10 Similar Movies Like Loving Vincent

Loving Vincent

This is a list of movie recommendations of movies similar to Loving Vincent. Bear in mind that this list is in no particular order.

After the Taliban tries to kill her for speaking out on behalf of girls’ education, Pakistani teenager Malala Yousafzai emerges as a leading advocate for children’s rights and the youngest-ever Nobel Peace Prize Laureate.

Inventor Tim Jenison conducts experiments to discover how 17th-century Dutch master Johannes Vermeer achieved such photographic realism in his paintings.

With some time off from her job as a magazine editor, New Yorker Juliette (Patricia Clarkson) decides to share a holiday with her husband, who works for the United Nations. Upon arriving in Cairo, however, she finds he’s stuck in Gaza, and he sends his former bodyguard, Tareq (Alexander Siddig) — now relocated back in Cairo to work at his family business — to act as her guide around the city. Soon Juliette finds herself captivated by both the city and her companion.

In accordance with Islamic law, director Moustapha Akkad’s biopic of Mohammad never actually depicts the prophet himself, but rather outlines his story through the lives of certain cardinal figures in his life. Abu Sofyan (Michael Ansara), the leader of Mecca, Mohammad’s uncle, Hamza (Anthony Quinn), and others chronicle the persecution of the earliest Muslims, their escape to Medina and their eventual victorious return to Mecca under the prophet’s leadership.

Comic Russell Brand uses drugs, sex and fame in a quest for happiness, only to find it remains elusive. As he explores iconic figures such as Gandhi, Malcolm X, Che Guevara, and Jesus, he transforms himself into a political antagonist.

Looking for an exciting career, young Bobby Dorfman leaves New York for the glitz and glamour of 1930s Hollywood. After landing a job with his uncle, Bobby falls for Vonnie, a charming woman who happens to be his employer’s mistress. Settling for friendship but ultimately heartbroken, Bobby returns to the Bronx and begins working in a nightclub. Everything falls into place when he finds romance with a beautiful socialite, until Vonnie walks back into his life and captures his heart once again.

In Los Angeles, two millennials navigating a social media-driven hookup culture begin a relationship that pushes both emotional and physical boundaries.

With help from her best friend’s (Tyne Daly) granddaughter (Isabella Acres), a smitten woman (Sally Field) concocts schemes to get the attention of a younger co-worker (Max Greenfield) in her office.

Scientists re-create conditions from the big-bang theory to investigate the origin of all matter and unravel the mysteries of the universe.

An acclaimed novelist (Liam Neeson) struggles to write an analysis of love in one of three stories, each set in a different city, that detail the beginning, middle and end of a relationship.

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