Big problems, for sure. I never, ever liked 'em.
"Who Killed the Romantic Comedy?" A whodunit with seven--count 'em, seven--suspects.
"Why Are Romantic Comedies So Bad? The long decline from Katharine Hepburn to Katherine Heigl".
Also relevant: "5 Hollywood Secrets That Explain Why So Many Movies Suck".
Growing wealth and income inequality around the world is engendering serious sociopolitical conflict, but attacking the wrong people for the wrong reasons with the wrong arguments will do nothing to address it.
Bonus points for quoting Animal House.
The movie, the poster, the title: it's all just romantic as heck.
Even more so as I get older.
We want everything to get back to normal. We want employment to return at the end of a recession. We want the American government to work again. None of it seems too much to ask, but obviously it is.
How about a lot less American government?
I don't know about "unbelievably real" but they are pretty good.
Lie to no one. If there 's somebody close to you, you'll ruin it with a lie. If they're a stranger, who the fuck are they you gotta lie to them?
I haven't seen that movie, but this seems like an apt analysis.