Once upon a time, Sami Jankins decided that she wanted Mr. Real instead of Prince Charming.
Megan Ainsworth has a problem with romantic comedies and the values they instill.
Men are you short on ideas for Valentine’s Day? Share these films with your special someone.
He thought she was electric. She thought he was a pompous ass. What’s your story?
Is it just sex or have they found their perfect kind of weird?
Charles J. Orlando points out the flaws in a popular movie genre.
Lady Chatterly argues that love complements people who are already whole
Alastair Roberts on why most romantic movies don’t reach the bar set by Jane Austen.
Allan Mott assumes one reason so many male viewers object to RomComs is because they’re some of the only films where you’re expected to identify with a female protagonist.
James Stafford puts his man card on the line and confesses the not so horrible truth of James-ness.
Jerry Jay Hewitt writes a letter to his muse: the captivating Ryan Gosling.
Contrary to what the movies say, women don’t want romance—at least not straight away.
Joanna Schroeder challenges the outdated notion that Americans don’t find men of color sexy.
When you avoid emotions at all cost, as Michael Taylor once did, you also tend to avoid romantic comedies (aka ‘chick flicks’).