Romantic Comedy

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“I rewatched 2009’s biggest romantic comedies – and these favourites have not aged well”

This was the year that spawned Bride Wars and The Ugly Truth, just saying.

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Set your alarms: we know when To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before 2 will be released

You'll want to mark the date in your calendars.

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Life

Late Night is the perfect romantic comedy for ambitious women

This is a love story between a woman and her job, and that’s why it’s so good.

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“Hugh Grant’s self-deprecating approach to his romcom fame is the most British thing I’ve ever seen”

This is for you, Notting Hill fans

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Netflix's Always Be My Maybe teaches us the most important love language of all

With added Keanu Reeves, too.

Anna Kendrick's new show is called Love Life
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Anna Kendrick’s new TV show is going to be all about love lives

The rom com is most definitely back.

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Randall Park and Ali Wong in Netflix's Always Be My Baby.
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Ali Wong’s Always Be My Maybe features a guest star we’re on board for

Sign us up.

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Life

Set It Up fans, rejoice – the cast are teaming up for another Netflix romcom

Not a sequel, exactly, but a brand new romantic comedy for this perfect onscreen couple.

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Life

Why Charlize Theron and Seth Rogen’s new sex scene is so important

Representation matters.

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Life

The surprising celebrity cameo you never noticed in 13 Going On 30

Mark Ruffalo’s mind was blown when he found out.

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Why Netflix’s Someone Great is the perfect rom-com about female friendship

We speak to star Gina Rodriguez and director Jennifer Kaytin Robinson about their must-watch movie Someone Great.

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The trailer for Wine County, Amy Poehler’s hilarious rom-com, just dropped

Essentially like The Hangover, for women, and better

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Life

When Harry Met Sally’s iconic orgasm scene almost didn’t happen

It’s the 30th anniversary of this legendary romantic comedy. And one of its stars just revealed that its most famous scene wasn’t in the script.

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Life

How Julia Stiles made a feminist statement on the set of 10 Things I Hate About You

Behind the scenes on the high school romantic comedy, the actress was learning to assert herself.

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Life

This Charlize Theron and Seth Rogen rom com proves that the genre isn’t dead

She’s just the Secretary of State. Standing in front of a political reporter. Asking him to love her.

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How Netflix’s Someone Great is completely transforming the rom com genre

Someone Great is the relatable story of how a breakup can help you fall in love with yourself

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Life

This alternate My Best Friend’s Wedding ending would have changed everything

We’re glad that this didn’t make it into the final version of the film

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Life

The most toxic romantic comedy storylines of all time

Stalking, catfishing and not understanding that no means no: these are the movies that prove problematic upon second viewing

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Why You’ve Got Mail is still the best romantic comedy ever made

20 years since it first premiered, the movie has more than stood the test of time.

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Why are we so obsessed with Netflix’s royal Christmas movies?

Prince Charmings a-plenty, palace hijinks and a fairy tale ending.

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