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A Number Of The Very Best Romantic Comedies To Watch

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Post by rihanna1 on Sun Oct 30, 2011 10:42 am

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The increasing popularity of viewing romantic comedies, romcoms or chick flicks as they are often known, began back within the 1930's, with one such film hit - It Happened One Night.

Romantic comedies have by no means fallen from fashion, and has a forever expanding enthusiast base and audience. And it is a very simple, but successful idea which makes romantic comedies work so effectively - your emotions.

Despite all of the negativity in daily lives, from working in unexciting jobs, loveless relationships and monetary hardship, the majority of us nonetheless believe in happy ever afters, and enjoy a tale having a happy ending. And despite most romantic comedies having similar tales or plots, we can't help but watch the subsequent massive romcom of the year, just to uncover one which plucks at our heart strings, makes us weep probably the most, and creates the greatest of smiles.

And regardless of the usual ramblings and groans of males getting 'forced' to watch these movies with their companions, several secretly adore them also! Modern males are much more in touch with their feelings, and don't automatically have to feel macho all of the time, even so they won't let you know that!

A few of the a lot more classic and much beloved romantic comedies, have starred some powerful and strong unforgettable performances, from actresses for example Julia Roberts (Pretty Woman, My Best Friends Wedding, Notting Hill), Meg Ryan (When Harry Met Sally, Sleepless in Seattle, You've Got Mail) and Sandra Bullock (While You Were Sleeping, Two Weeks Notice, Miss Congeniality). However, there are a lot more modern day actresses creating a stand for by themselves within the romantic comedy genre, such as Katherine Heigl in Knocked Up and 27 Dresses,and Kate Hudson in Bride Wars and Fools Gold. All of these films rightfully should have their own place in any romantic comedy or chick flick collection.


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