By the end, when the lovers kiss and the credits roll, the person beside you on the couch has been put through the wringer.
No matter what combination of passion and tragedy the filmmakers choose to whip up, every single one of these movies delivers the same spectrum of agony and ecstasy that comes with a passionate relationship.
In Amy Schumer's "Last Fuckable Day" sketch, Sally Field is a punch line.
It turns out her zany wardrobe is a hit in Williamsburg, and the two end up becoming friends.
Doris may be a bit clueless, but the movie doesn't deny Field her sexuality.