Posts Tagged ‘Romantic Comedy’

Say Anything

“The world is full of guys. Be a man, don’t be a guy.” In 1989, Cameron Crowe made his directorial debut with what many consider to be one of his best films, “Say Anything…” It wasn’t one of the top films at the box office that year, but it certainly found its audience since then…

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Sleepless in Seattle

“That’s your problem. You don’t want to be in love, you want to be in love in a movie.” While romantic comedies may be dead in our current day and age, they were alive and well 20 years ago when Norah Ephron’s “Sleepless in Seattle” came out. And what sort of hurdle did they put…

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About a Boy

“In my opinion, all men are islands, and what’s more, now’s the time to be one. This is an island age.” We continue our Romantic Comedy series with a film that really puts that genre to the test — 2002’s About a Boy, directed by Chris and Paul Weitz. Is it a RomCom? Is it…

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(500) Days of Summer

“There’s only two kinds of people in the world: there’s women and there’s men. Summer Finn was a woman.” It’s October, which must mean it’s time for another month of horror, right? Wrong! This month, we’re turning the tables on all the Freddies and Jasons and Michaels and will be spending the month talking about…

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Joe versus the Volcano

“Well, does it take more guts to twice traverse a staircase in a burning building, or to make a one-time leap into a volcano? Damned if I know, Kimosabe. All I know is when you’re making those kind of calls, you’re up in the high country.” What does a flibbertigibbet, bubaru, a set of artificial…

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When Harry Met Sally…

“Waiter, there is too much pepper in my paprikash, but I would be proud to partake of your pecan pie.” It’s a new year, movie lovers, and in this episode, we take on an incredible film with crisp, spot-on, endlessly quotable dialogue, a cast that is absolutely perfect, and not one but two fantastic New…

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