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Lists20 Common Box Office Misconceptions [Cinema Blend]69 Most Immature Movies [Total Film]25 Heart-Breaking Scenes That Get Me Every Time [Film Girl, Interrupted]10 Common Movie Blog Reader Misconceptions [Cinema Blend]FeaturesScream (15 Years Burni...
by Final Cut on Apr 17, 2011

Sunday Links

FeaturesThe Evolution of Matt Damon [Total Film]Harvey Weinstein: Oscars' comeback kid [Guardian Film]In Defence of the Chick Flick [The Atlantic]Molly Ringwald and the Modern Teen Heroine [Cinematical]Understanding Scorsese [Flickering Myth]Just How...
by Final Cut on Mar 6, 2011

Happy Valentine's Day

It's the most romantic day of the year, right? So why not post a few of my favourite clips from romantic films? Here goes...
by Final Cut on Feb 14, 2011

Sunday Links

Just because...FeaturesDarren Aronofsky: The Marmite Director [Empire]The 7 Romantic Movie Poster Cliches [Empire]A Magazine is Born: the making of Little White Lies [Little White Lies]The most awesomest cheesecake everest! [Let's Discuss Cinema]Opin...
by Final Cut on Jan 30, 2011

What's On: Cinema Releases 21st January

In the run up to the Oscars, you can guarantee there’ll be at least one awards-bait film released each week. Darren Aronofsky’s Black Swan is the latest offering and you’ll be hard pressed to find something as dark, intriguing and entertaining...
by Final Cut on Jan 20, 2011

Extra Linkage: Battle of the Sexes Special

Since beginning my Battle of the Sexes series, I've become more aware of what other bloggers have had to say on the subject:My Great Movies: Serendipity [Cinema Romantico]The Kid in the Front Row also weighs in on the holiday film so many love to hat...
by Final Cut on Dec 13, 2010

Sunday Links

seriously could not be more excited about this film!Semi-related to my new series: 3 Reasons Why Rom-Coms Suck [Anomalous Material]Surreal But Nice: The Kid in the Front Row shows some love for Notting Hill... [The Kid in the Front Row]... and Jacob...
by Final Cut on Nov 28, 2010

Belated Sunday Links

Univarn reviews Winter's Bone [A Life in Equinox]The Film Doctor ponders the banalities of Paranormal Activity 2 [The Film Doctor]Mike reviews It's Kind of a Funny Story [You Talking To Me?]18 sexist rom-coms [Total Film]Baz Luhrmann interview [Guard...
by Final Cut on Nov 1, 2010

Movie Meme Day 21: Favourite romantic couple

This one is a lot more difficult that the best kiss and I'm still torn between two Jesse and Celine (Before Sunrise/Sunset) and Noah and Ally (The Notebook). Bugger it, I'm picking Jesse and Celine, purely for the fact that Ethan Hawke and Julie Delp...
by Final Cut on Sep 17, 2010

Movie Meme Day 20: Favourite kiss

Seeing as I'm a massive chick flick fan, you'd think I'd have loads of favourites. As it turns out, I have a clear winner: Lady and the Tramp.But of course I'm going to have to post a couple of runner-ups.
by Final Cut on Sep 16, 2010

The Rebound (2009) Review

This film seems to have sat on the shelf for some time now and I am very happy to say it eventually was released a week ago in the UK. I am a massive fan of Catherine Zeta Jones and thought this role looked totally different to what we are used to fr...
by Lets Go To The Movies on Aug 1, 2010

Jules too old for Rom-Com?

Oscar winner Julia Roberts and queen of the rom-com genre throughout the 90′s has said that she now feels too old to be in romantic comedies. I hope this is mainly because the scripts she has been given for rom-com’s aren’t fitting...
by Lets Go To The Movies on Aug 1, 2010

Going The Distance (2010) Trailer & Poster

I have now seen this trailer at the cinema a few times and think that it really does look like a good romantic comedy. Just have to hope that the funniest parts aren’t just in the trailer. It looks like it has it right!
by Lets Go To The Movies on Jul 21, 2010

She's Out Of My League (2010)

Rated R: For language and sexual content. Synopsis:When fate brings the perfect girl Kirk's (Jay Baruchel) way, he can hardly believe it.  In fact no one is banking on the relationship lasting, including himself, in spite of how hard h...
by The Tinseltown Review on Apr 3, 2010

The Bounty Hunter (2010)

Synopsis: In this not-so-romantic-comedy, ex-cop-turned-bounty hunter Milo Boyd (Gerard Butler) receive any product of a messy divorce's dream come true.  His next target is his ex-wife, reporter Nicole Hurley (Jennifer Aniston), and he co...
by The Tinseltown Review on Mar 22, 2010

I Love You, Man (2009)

Rated R: For pervasive language, including crude and sexual references. Synopsis:Recently engaged Peter Klaven (Paul Rudd) realizes his side of the wedding party will be rather slim, and he decides to do something about it.  In the midst of a se...
by The Tinseltown Review on Mar 3, 2010

Did You Hear About the Morgans? (2009) Review

In New York City, an estranged couple who witness a murder are relocated to small-town Wyoming as part of a witness-protection program. I eventually got round to watching this film and decided I still wanted to see it despite all of the bad reviews...
by Lets Go To The Movies on Feb 27, 2010

Valentine’s Day (2010) Review

  Intertwining couples and singles in Los Angeles break-up and make-up based on the pressures and expectations of Valentine’s Day. Kinda like Love Actually but instead of Christmas and London . . . Valentine’s Day and LA. Well where to...
by Lets Go To The Movies on Feb 13, 2010

My Best Friends Wedding (1997) Vs Made of Honor (2008)

I love “My Best Friends Wedding” as you may already know I am a massive fan of Julia Roberts aka Jules in my world. Yet it is quite a strange film in terms of the ending really isnt what you would expect from Hollywood but is it more re...
by Lets Go To The Movies on Feb 5, 2010

It’s Complicated (2009) Review

A couple Jane (Meryl Streep) and Jake (Alec Baldwin) who have been divorced for years, end up having an affair with each other behind Jake’s young wifes back, who he cheated on Jane with . . . yes it’s complicated. With three children, o...
by Lets Go To The Movies on Jan 14, 2010


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