If you’ve already seen Tuck Everlasting and enjoyed it, you’ll enjoy these. The following is a list of films that you may enjoy if you like Tuck Everlasting.
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1. Nappily Ever After 2018
This young woman, Violet, has a life-changing experience after an accident at a salon. A kind barber who has a heart of gold helps her put her life back together again.
2. Chasing Liberty 2004
As a result of not being able to live her normal 18-year-old life, the President’s daughter flees from the Secret Service agents who have been assigned to protect her. Meanwhile, she develops feelings for a dashing British stranger—who just so happens to be working as a double agent for her father.
3. The Prince And Me 2004
“Eddie,” a Danish Prince who refused to follow his parents’ traditions and came to the United States to quench his rebellious thirst, is a fairy tale love story about pre-medical student Paige who falls in love with him. The chemistry between Paige and Edward is undeniable despite the fact that they are from completely different worlds.
4. Casanova 2005
While known for seducing married and unmarried men and women alike, a notorious womanizer meets a stunning young woman who seems immune to his advances. As time passes, however, and he pursues the uninterested lady, he begins to fall in love with her.
5. Mona Lisa Smile 2003
Teaching at Wellesley College in Massachusetts is the story of Katherine Ann Watson, a feminist professor who attended UCLA’s graduate school and left her boyfriend behind when she moved to the northeastern United States.
6. Never Been Kissed 1999
While working as a copywriter for the Chicago Sun Times’ teen section, Josie Geller disguises herself as an old student in order to conduct research on contemporary adolescent culture. Josie infiltrates the most popular campus clique’s inner circle with the help of her brother Rob. Unfortunately for her, her investigation is derailed when she falls in love with her English teacher, Sam Coulson.
7. Miss Potter 2006
Learn about children’s book author Beatrix Potter, who wrote “The Tale of Peter Rabbit,” and her quest for success in love and happiness.
8. A Little Princess 1995
The young Sara Crewe goes to the same boarding school as her late mother when her father enlists to fight for the British in WWI. Miss Minchin, the strict headmistress, tries to stifle Sara’s creativity and sense of self-worth, and they soon clash.
9. Ella Enchanted 2004
Ella lives in a fantasy world where a fairy godmother bestows a virtuous “gift” upon each child upon their birth. Ella, on the other hand, has a “gift”: she obeys orders. By finding herself in the hands of several unscrupulous characters, it becomes clear that Ella’s birthright has turned out to be quite the curse. Ella embarks on a quest to find her fairy godmother in the hopes that she can help lift the curse and take back control of her life and decisions. A difficult path lies ahead of Ella: ogres, giants, her evil stepsisters, and even Prince Charmont’s evil uncle must be outwitted if she is to succeed in overthrowing him and ruling the kingdom.
10. Pride & Prejudice 2005
It’s a love story set in Georgian England, when the landed gentry ruled. When Mr. Bennet dies, his house will be inherited by a distant cousin they have never met, so the future happiness and security of the family is dependent on the daughters finding good matches. Mr. Bennet is a gentleman living in Hertfordshire with his overbearing wife and five daughters.
11. Ballet Shoes 2007
Three orphans — Pauline, Petrova, and Posy — are adopted and raised as sisters in 1930s London by an eccentric explorer named Gum and his generous niece. Even when Gum is away on an adventure, the girls will have to fend for themselves. In this heartwarming television adaptation of Noel Streatfield’s novel, they share their love of acting, flying, and ballet.
12. The Secret Garden 1993
A devastating earthquake takes the lives of a young British girl who was born and raised in India by neglectful parents. She’s going to live at her uncle’s castle in England now that she’s returned. Her uncle has a strained relationship with her as a result of the death of his wife ten years ago. Having been abandoned yet again, she sets out to explore the estate and comes across a garden that has been locked and ignored. She begins restoring the garden with the help of one of the manor’s servants’ sons, and discovers a few other things along the way.
13. Stardust 2007
A young man in a rural town on the border of a magical land promises his beloved that if he goes into the magical realm, he will find a lost star. His journey leads him to places he never imagined he’d go and reveals his true self to him for the first time.
14. Penelope 2006
Heiress in a bind When you’re cursed like Penelope Wilhern, the only way to break the spell is to fall in love with someone who comes from a good family. When she’s trapped inside her family’s estate with only her parents as company, how can she hope to find love? It’s an unconventional fairy tale about a rebellious young woman who defies the odds to write her own happy ending.
15. Sense And Sensibility 1995
Rich After Mr. Dashwood’s death, his second wife and daughters are left in a poor financial situation due to inheritance laws. The titular contrasts are represented by two daughters.
16. Emma 1996
When it comes to meddling in other people’s affairs, Emma Woodhouse is a charming young lady who takes great pleasure in it. She is constantly attempting to bring together men and women who are utterly mismatched. Despite her desire for romance, Emma has no idea how she feels about herself or her feelings for the kind Mr. Knightly.
17. Uptown Girls 2003
When Molly Gunn’s manager embezzles money from her, she’s forced to get a job to pay the bills. Because she is caring for the precocious Ray, the often overlooked daughter of an entertainment executive, she learns what it means to be an adult while simultaneously teaching Ray how to be a child.
18. Persuasion 2007
Persuasion is based on Jane Austen’s classic novel of the same name, which was first published in 1818. At the age of nineteen, Anne falls head over heels in love with the dashing young naval officer Frederick Wentworth.
19. The Jane Austen Book Club 2007
A Jane Austen book club is founded by six Californians who are fans of the author’s work. Many of the club members are dealing with life experiences that parallel Austen’s novels as they read through her canon of work.
20. Becoming Jane 2007
About a young Jane Austen who falls in love with a young Irishman before she becomes famous.
21. The Young Victoria 2009
Teenage Victoria, the sole legitimate heir to King William of England, becomes embroiled in the intrigues of her own family. Her mother wants her to sign a regency order, and her Belgian uncle wants to set up a marriage between the future queen and Prince Albert, the man who will become her life’s greatest love.
22. Miss Pettigrew Lives For A Day 2008
On the cusp of World War II, London, England. This is the second time Guinevere Pettigrew, a stern governess, has been fired. Delysia LaFosse is an American jazz singer whose life is ruled by indecision and a constant battle between love and fame. She meets her by chance while lost in hostile city.
23. The Sisterhood Of The Traveling Pants 2005
Despite their different sizes, four best friends (Tibbby, Lena, Carmen, and Bridget) buy a mysterious pair of pants that fit them all. The pants make everyone who wears them feel amazing. In order to avoid spending their first summer apart, the girls decide to swap underwear so that each of them can experience the magic.
24. Bright Star 2009
Beautiful but reserved poet John Keats moves in next door to Fanny Brawne’s Dilkes family in 1818 and quickly becomes enamored with the high-spirited young woman next door. She becomes even more enamored with the reclusive Keats after reading a collection of his poetry. While agreeing to share his knowledge of poetry with Fanny, Keats is unable to reciprocate Fanny’s feelings for him because he is a broke poet with no means to support a family of his own.