Female comedy about dating
That means that some classic romances like An Affair To Remember and some gut-busting comedies like Bridesmaids got left off (but you should watch them both anyway). The World Year: 2010 Director: Edgar Wright In many ways, all of Edgar Wright’s films have been romantic comedies in some fashion.
Whether you’re watching with that special someone or just watching while dreaming about him or her, these are the 50 Best Romantic Comedies of All Time. Shaun of the Dead just happens to have zombies and Hot Fuzz just happens to have two males as its romantic leads. The World is perhaps Wright’s most clear-cut attempt at a rom-com.
And come on, it is kind of adorable to see Hanks and Ryan get so excited over AOL Mail.—Anita George 45.
Roxanne Year: 1987 Director: Fred Schepisi“Because I was afraid of worms, Roxanne! ” Steve Martin’s late ‘80s rom-com isn’t just his take on Edmond Rostand’s play Cyrano de Bergerac , it’s also a funny depiction of what would happen if everyone conducted their romantic lives as if they were giant games of Telephone.
Played by the delightfully suave Will Smith, the “date doctor” is hired by Albert Brennamen in hopes to win the heart of beautiful celebrity Alegra Cole.
While coaching Albert, Hitch also attempts to take his own advice as he charms cynical gossip columnist Sara Melas, who is not too pleased when finding out her beau is actually the man she is attempting to expose. #Hitch2.” Check out all of Ansari’s hilarious live-tweets about Hitch here..—Stephanie Sharp 46.
his girlfriend’s evil ex-boyfriends) is actively trying to kill him every 30 seconds.
Just as in a musical, where characters start singing when emotions run too high, Scott Pilgrim dishes out video game-style duels whenever a emotional conflict comes into play.
Ledger wins Kat and the majority of the female population over during his marching band-accompanied stadium performance of Frankie Valli’s “Can’t Take My Eyes Off You.” Though Kat is angered when finding out about the deal that formed her relationship, the so-called shrew couldn’t stay mad for too long after receiving a sincere apology and brand new guitar from her Australian beau.
But while we’d seen the set-up before, we’d seen nothing like Segal’s character Peter getting dumped while naked, Russell Brandas the lead singer for Infant Sorrow or Peter’s A Taste For Love Dracula-themed puppet-comedy-rock-opera.
Everyone you’d expect (Jonah Hill, Paul Rudd, Kristen Wiig, Bill Hader) co-stars.—Josh Jackson 48.
Clueless Year: 1995 Director: Amy Heckerling A combination of comedy, romance and high-school spunk, Clueless is a story with true ’90s flair.
Alicia Silverstone stars as the pretty and popular Cher, a privileged valley girl with a penchant for matchmaking. Hitch Year: 2005 Director: Andy Tennant Sure, Hitch never garnered any high-profile awards buzz.
Notting Hill Year: 1999 Director: Roger Michell Like most good romantic comedies, everything about Notting Hill is an absolute dream: Oh, you’re a world-famous American actress, wealthy and beloved by millions? And you’re staying in one of the most beautiful neighborhoods in London (one of the most beautiful cities in the world)? Lars and the Real Girl Year: 2007 Director: Craig Gillespie Lars and the Real Girl’s premise should have been cringe-worthy: Ryan Goslingdates a life-size sex doll, and the entire town goes to great lengths to protect the fairy tale.