The Romantic Comedy Is Not Dead — It's Just Not the Same As You Remember – Vulture

“We’re used to thinking of certain genres … as being essentially dead — the musical, for example, or the Western. It doesn’t seem possible that something as basic as the romantic comedy could join their company, and yet that’s what seems to be happening.”That statement was written by critic Peter Rainer in the Los Angeles Times, …

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Mazinger Z live action movie coming soon – GMA News

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5 relationship myths romantic movies taught us, according to a relationship expert – Globalnews.ca

Jack and Rose, Noah and Alley, Baby and Johnny, Danny and Sandy — the list of movie couplings that hopeless romantics strive to emulate is long. Besides the undying need to fall in love, there is one more thing these movie romances have in common: they’re unrealistic.Story continues belowHaving such unrealistic expectations when it comes …

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Berlin: Rebecca Hall Romantic Comedy 'Permission' Boarded by Film Constellation (EXCLUSIVE) – Variety

Fabien Westerhoff’s Film Constellation has acquired international rights to New York-set romantic comedy “Permission,” starring Rebecca Hall and Dan Stevens, and written and directed by Brian Crano. Film Constellation will show first footage from the movie (exclusive image, above) to buyers at next month’s European Film Market in Berlin. The film focuses on Anna (Hall) …

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John Hurt's 8 Most Memorable Scifi and Fantasy Movie Roles – Gizmodo

The sad news of John Hurt’s passing naturally got us thinking about his long career—particularly his many wonderful contributions to science fiction and fantasy films (this is io9, after all). We’ve gathered our eight favorite John Hurt scifi and fantasy movie roles here. 1) Kane, Alien 2) John Hurt, Spaceballs 3) S.R. Hadden, Contact 4) …

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