The sequel to this hit Eddie Murphy fish-out-of-water comedy comes out today. I had never seen the original before, but I think it was pretty funny.
Clark Gable and Claudette Colbert predictably fall for each other in this gleefully larger-than-life early road trip romantic comedy
I’ve watched a lot of movies that were aggressively not my thing since starting this blog, but oh boy, this was a rough one.
Audrey Hepburn is a princess slumming it with Gregory Peck’s American reporter in this high-class 1950s version of the same movie that Netflix has made like ten times already.
My favorite romantic comedy of all time, it uses new tricks in every scene to get inside the neurotic heads of its characters.
Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan are fun to hang out with, and this movie is very funny, but I have many problems. I am a dude.
The only movie I’ve ever seen where the guy likes the girl more after she puts on glasses.
Perhaps the best known of all screwball comedies, it is a bit too aggressively madcap for me.
Winning performances set against stark corporate modernism highlight a fun comedy, albeit one with a surprising amount of attempted suicides.
The sheer star power and charm of Hepburn, Grant, and Stewart still shines through 80 years later.