Cheers to this very cheesy, yet very pure, film trope.
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Author: Kendall Cromartie
At 240 words a minute, Howard Hawks’ comedic romp more than earns its place as the quintessential screwball comedy
Because who didn’t want to live at fancy superhero boarding school back in the day?
All good (and at times painful) things must come to an end, but this watchlist should help ease the passage a bit
All of the fighting in girl world is sneaky, just like Tina Fey's bizarre background details for the film
“No one can be told what the Matrix is... you’ll have to see it for yourself”
It’s been that way since the dawn of (comic book) history.
“Strange things are afoot at the Circle K.”
Celebrating the musical moments in everyday romance movies that stole the show
“It all comes down to the story in the end, but then, there are so many ways to tell a story.”