Please click through this list to find out which rom coms you may have written off but actually need in your life. You won't be sorry, I promise.
I'm not sure exactly when it happened (though it was definitely after I'd created the somewhat-popular Facebook group "Good luck exploring the infinite abyss") — but at some point, people started to make fun of Garden Sate.
The field of rom-coms is a densely populated one, so what does a screenwriter do to make their rom-com stand out of the pack? Why, add ghosts, of course.
With the Oscars behind us, the buzz-worthy films are starting to be released for home viewing. Though some of the Oscar nominated films may not have taken home that coveted gold statue, they're still worth owning.
There's something decidedly spooky about watching a trailer for a film that's going to be released after the passing of an actor, not to mention the passing of an actor as great as James Gandolfini.
Before I get to the part where I tell you that Bradley Cooper would have made an awful Indiana Jones (it's coming, don't worry), let me first say that rebooting Indiana Jones is a mistake.
Here are a few ways that Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles could be brought down by the Bay.