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Rom Com TV

This year presented us a number of rom com TV shows. It’s an interesting move for the networks considering there haven’t been many major successful rom coms for them to piggyback the genre. 293 more words


Get Happy by Mary Amato

I’m a fan of Get Happy, in which we follow sixteen-year old Minerva’s quest to buy herself the only gift she really wanted from her birthday (a ukelele) but which her mom is totally ignorant of, to navigate a complicated possible relationship with the father she thought was a deadbeat and his annoyingly perfect stepdaughter, to survive a job in which she has to dress up as a mermaid and perform at little kids’ birthday parties, and to explore a sweetly budding romance. 28 more words


Love, Rosie (Cinema Screening)


When will film makers run out of ideas for rom-coms, like really, is this genre not done? It seems not as here we are again with yet another of these films. 459 more words

Cinema Screenings

Love, Rosie

So maybe I did have a little bit more to do than nothing. Might have. A little.

I actually walked out of the house for the first time since what seems like forever but was actually yesterday. 214 more words


"Watch" This: A Guide to the Movie Hookup

Over the summer, a friend and I were chatting fervently about his latest romantic interest–a Logan Lerman lookalike who lived about an hour’s drive away. They had been flirting incessantly over Grindr for a couple weeks before Hottie finally decided he would come visit, which meant that my friend was determined to turn their texty relationship into a sexy reality. 758 more words

Love, Rosie

On Monday night I was lucky enough to receive some free tickets thanks to Heat Magazine for one of my most anticipated rom-coms of the year Love Rosie. 341 more words


From A to Z: The New Generation of Romantic Comedies

We are in the new golden age of romantic comedies.

No, I’m not talking about that new Nicholas Sparks movie where James Marsden romances Tom Cruise’s wife from… 1,092 more words