Much Ado About Nothing (1993)
Sure, it opens with unnecessary nudity. Sure, Keanu Reeves is working his tail off to keep up with the serious actors (but he's so nice to look at and I don't think Denzel's acting in this was any better). Sure, Kenneth and Emma are no longer keeping company.
I loved every second of it.
At the End of the Day has a couple of older protagonists which is nice because, as my mother would say (and has said), 'It never dies.' Betty Debbie recommended:
The plot sounds a little like ( which you should also see) My Big, Fat Greek Wedding (aging single gal, hemmed in by tradition and family, finds love with someone decidedly outside the acceptable mold) but with Syrians. Betty Debbie also warns that they do visit Brighton, but discretely, and that it is a gentle and sweet little love story.