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America's sweetheart Julia Roberts is returning to the rom-com genre with America's most handsome silver-haired movie star, George Clooney! The pair plays a long-divorced couple banding together to tr…
Romcoms are a special sort of comfort food, like a big bowl of caramel popcorn, a fuzzy blanket, and soft pants. The setup is totally formulaic: You know that as soon as you meet the leads, that they …
Rosemary (Emily Blunt) has loved neighbor farm boy Anthony (Jamie Dornan) ever since they were wee children in the Irish countryside. But a misunderstood love rivalry with another girl has led them to…
In the preface, we meet Leilani (Issa Rae) and Jibran (Kumail Nanjiani) cute, giggly, and obviously crazy about each other after a hook-up that certainly looks like it is going to lead to something mo…
Blessed with two fabulous leads – who have stellar chemistry with each other – and a screenplay co-penned by Oscar-winner Emma Thompson, Last Christmas is a movie made for people who love Christmas mo…
We all know that Julianne Moore is gorgeous. She's strangely ageless with her flawless skin and excellent facial structure. But I don't think I've ever seen her so... luminous as she is in Gloria Bell…
Rachel Chu (Constance Wu), is a university professor in New York, a successful independent woman with a gorgeous boyfriend named Nick Young (Henry Golding). Things get serious when Nick invites Rachel…
I'm sure I'm not the only one to notice the sub-genre of romantic comedies where a completely neurotic, dorky, egotistical New York white male becomes romantic catnip to an impossibly gorgeous woman. …
Vivian (Jane Fonda) owns a luxury hotel and has always favored sex over love and commitment, Sharon (Candice Bergen) is a federal judge who's been happily divorced for nineteen years, Diane (Diane Kea…
I can only assume that the disjointed, scattered, confusing, illogical and, sadly, mostly unentertaining film from writer-director Cameron Crowe somehow fell victim to over-editing or excessive tinker…
As in, why was this film necessary? Why was it made? It’s been more than a decade since My Big Fat Greek Wedding, and I’m not sure that, at this point, anyone was really still clamoring for a sequel..…
There aren't a lot of sweet movies these days, and by "sweet" I don't mean sentimental or family friendly. I mean nice movies about regular folks. Elsa and Fred is a pleasant exception to this phenome…