Classic Movie Of The Week: The Awful Truth (1937) — Wildfire Movies

Starring: Cary Grant, Irene Dunne Director: Leo McCarey A classic and much lauded screwball comedy, just in time for Valentine’s Day. Cary Grant and Irene Dunne sparkle as a married couple in the process of divorcing when they each separately realise the awful truth: they belong together. Rather than telling each other, they each hilariously […]… Continue reading Classic Movie Of The Week: The Awful Truth (1937) — Wildfire Movies

Goodbye Mello Brick Road: Top Five Songs from the Mamma Mia! Movies — Goodbye Mello Brick Road

Mamma Mia! and Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again are two of the greatest musicals ever made! So who is better to talk about the music from these amazing films than the wonderful Jordan Masterson? Jordan and I go through our love for these movies and for ABBA as we rank the best songs from […]… Continue reading Goodbye Mello Brick Road: Top Five Songs from the Mamma Mia! Movies — Goodbye Mello Brick Road

Older Woman Younger Man Relationship Movies Letterboxd — eserygy6ce

Older Woman Younger Man Relationship Movies Letterboxd Top 10 Memorable Films About Older Women and Young Boy Relationship —– Our channel promote only top 10 relative content.Its one kind of review.So please subscribe our channel. If you have any Older Woman/Younger Man Relationship Movies/Series. Menu. Movies. Showtimes & Tickets Showtimes & Tickets Top Rated Movies […]… Continue reading Older Woman Younger Man Relationship Movies Letterboxd — eserygy6ce

Film Review: ‘The Photograph’ Falls in Love With Regret — AwardsCircuit | Entertainment, Predictions, Reviews

Writer-director Stella Meghie kicks off the romantic holiday weekend with “The Photograph,” a love story featuring a rarity in big studio presentations: the openly affectionate and physically uninhibited courtship between black leads. Issa Rae and Lakeith Stanfield are magnetic together from their first scene onward, never overplaying the bumps that come with the early stages […]… Continue reading Film Review: ‘The Photograph’ Falls in Love With Regret — AwardsCircuit | Entertainment, Predictions, Reviews

You Make Me Want to Be a Better Man – As Good as It Gets (7/8) Movie CLIP (1997) HD — Catch the Moment

CLIP DESCRIPTION:Carol (Helen Hunt) asks for a compliment, and Melvin (Jack Nicholson) takes a very convoluted path to give her one. FILM DESCRIPTION:James L. Brooks (Terms of Endearment, Broadcast News) directed this $50 million-plus romantic comedy, set in Manhattan. Dysfunctional, acid-tongued romance novelist Melvin Udall (Jack Nicholson), who suffers from an obsessive-compulsive disorder, takes pride […]… Continue reading You Make Me Want to Be a Better Man – As Good as It Gets (7/8) Movie CLIP (1997) HD — Catch the Moment

The Anti-RomCom Ending — In Their Own League

Genres set certain expectations for a film’s narrative. While yes, the characters and plot most likely differ for each film—audiences know what to expect based on genre. Horror should scare, a documentary should inform, and comedy should cause laughter. Undoubtedly then, a romantic-comedy should have two characters who seemingly shouldn’t be together, end up together.… Continue reading The Anti-RomCom Ending — In Their Own League

MATING GAMES: A GIRL IN EVERY PORT (1928) — R. Emmet Sweeney

September 17, 2013 It’s hard to conceive of Howard Hawks without sound. His films are focused on work and its downtime, and it is in spurts of chatter in which his characters define themselves. As physical as their occupations may be, it’s always their words that reveal their true selves. Which is why watching Hawks’ […]… Continue reading MATING GAMES: A GIRL IN EVERY PORT (1928) — R. Emmet Sweeney