I'm in my early 30s, and I've seen women in their 60s who I wouldn't mind a roll in the hay with (if I weren't married).
Of course starting a relationship is different than that - obviously you aren't starting a second family with a woman in her 50s, and there are guys that are after that..
An unequivocal classic, stars Cary Grant as newspaper editor Walter Burns and Rosalind Russell as his ex-wife Hildy Johnson.
Hildy is about to marry someone new, but she ends up entangled with Walter.
It's a long-standing trope, but the term was coined in 2007 by film critic Nathan Rabin, who found it grating, as he believed it to be the result of Wish Fulfillment from stir-crazy writers.
Directed by: George Cukor Written by: Donald Ogden Stewart Socialite Tracy Lord (Katharine Hepburn) is all set to remarry, but her wedding is thrown off course by the arrival of her ex-husband C. Dexter Haven (Cary Grant) and tabloid journalist Mike Connor (Jimmy Stewart).Directed by: Frank Capra Written by: Frank Capra and Harry Cohn Socialite Ellie Andrew (Claudette Colbert) runs away and ends up crossing paths with handsome reporter Peter Warne (Clark Gable).As Peter gets Ellie's story, they begin to fall for each other.If only someone could come along and open your heart to the great, wondrous adventure of life...Have no fear, the is here to give new meaning to the male hero's life!