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From comedy clubs to hospital rooms, art imitates life in this romantic comedy based on a real-life courtship.
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Strangers meet and spend an unexpected night in NYC in this rom-com starring a beard Avenger.
Nobody expects the Spanish Inquisition in this split-storyline rom-com about finding yourself and finding love.
Sandra Bullock, Harry Connick, Jr. and small town swoon. What more does your summer need?
A screenwriter wants to avoid all the clichéd pitfalls of romantic comedies, only to end up becoming one himself.
Everyone's older, but perhaps not wiser.
Bring your best dance moves, as we travel back in time and get totally rad, with a problematic fave.
In this movie, the relationship comes with literal barriers.
Deck the halls with Peter Gallagher's eyebrows, fa la la la la, la la la la!
Poor little rich boy meets scrappy artist girl.
Be careful what you wish for. Unless you wished for a witchy fun rom-com.
It’s not a democracy, it’s a cheerocracy.
Melanie Griffith, Harrison Ford, and Sigourney Weaver in a rom com with big 80s hair? YES PLEASE.
Cutting the umbilical cord is harder than it looks.
If you can't get your own first date, just steal one!
Jude Law is at the height of his prettiness in this life-swapping rom com.
Just FYI: This is not a sports documentary (and Becks isn’t really the film’s draw).
Being a struggling author isn’t easy, but, sometimes, neither is being a successful one.
If you really need an excuse to propose to your douchey boyfriend, it should definitely come with a European trip and a sexy companion.
A flight full of screaming babies might be slightly more fun than watching View from the Top. But, the movie does have Mark Ruffalo in it.
Posh salutes her all time favorite movie with a
bouquet of newly sharpened pencils massive list.
Audrey Hepburn, Gregory Peck, and Rome: prepare thyself to fall in love with any or all of them.
Mandy C. enjoys The Decoy Bride for its sweet comedy (and for David Tennant).
Because there was more than one lobster present at the birth of Jesus.
Would you take romantic certainty over the adventure of love, and is this any less creepy than the e-Harmony guy? (That guy is really creepy.)
Forever Young Adult Presents: A highly scientific analysis of Drive Me Crazy.
Posh conducts a highly scientific analysis of Get Over It.