Boy meets girl. Boy loses girl. Boy gets girl ... Hollywood rehashes the same formula so often, it's hard to believe that it can actually work. Jason Goldberg '14 reviews the likely Oscar contender Silver Linings Playbook.
Marissa Tranquilli '15 cannot get over Ithaca College's dazzling and glitzy production of Legally Blonde, now showing at Ithaca College's main stage theater.
Marissa Tranquilli '15 is at a loss for words after watching this very confusing film, in which life and fiction blur a little too much. There is a point to The Words, however,
Lubabah Chowdhury '14 admires Ruby Sparks, a sweet romantic dramedy that depicts the thin line between love and obsession.
Julia Moser '15 remembers the late filmmaker Nora Ephron as a storyteller, romantic and bon vivant.
Maybe movies are like marriages, muses Julia Moser '15 as she kicks off the summer with the unbelievably gorgeous and surprisingly serious romantic comedy The Five-Year Engagement.
Lubabah Chowdhury '14 is dismayed by the tried and tested tricks Mirror Mirror employs. Let's hope the next Snow White movie fares better.
The romantic comedy This Means War lives up to expectations, according to Lucy Goss '14.
Jason Goldberg '14 reviews the newest Paul Rudd and Jennifer Aniston romantic comedy, Wanderlust.
The Names of Love proves itself a subtle, quirky (but not in a Zooey Deschanel way) romantic comedy that stretches the boundaries of the genre.