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Mar 26, 2018

This week we decided to go back to the early 90s with 1992's The Cutting Edge, starring the very strange pairing of Moira Kelly and D.B. Sweeney. As a film, it's pretty okay. But as a romance, it doesn't work at all. This film is a great example of how a male director and male screenwriter can put their heads together...


Mar 19, 2018

This episode we tried to find depth in the very shallow Leap Year.It's a film that answers this question: What if Claire and Bender from The Breakfast Club were older, very boring, and met in Ireland for some reason? It's a story about a woman being bullied into love and we don't even have an 80s sheen and iconic...


Mar 12, 2018

This week we experienced the very strange 2001 remake Sweet November. Now, we haven't seen the 1968 original, but the 1968 original doesn't have a completely off-the-wall Keanu Reeves performance, so it probably succeeds more as a romance. Don't get us wrong--Keanu did a great job. We're just not quite sure what movie...


Mar 5, 2018

This week we decided to dip our toe into bad melodrama with 2000's Autumn in New York. It's the classic tale of a patronizing middle-aged man dating a terminally ill 22-year-old young woman who is most definitely too good for him. Someone in 2000 really thought Richard Were and Winona Ryder were a good romantic pairing....