rom-com


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rom-com

 (rŏm′kŏm′)
n.
A comedic narrative, especially a film, centered on a romantic storyline.

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Summary: Written by Bollywood's Manav Kaul, the rom-com will feature UAE-based artists
"Always Be My Maybe" is an enormously refreshing rom-com in a couple of ways that people who have covered its release have talked about a lot.
The movie's dubbed to be a rom-com but it seems it might be more of an action comedy.
Noah Centineo becomes a plus one for hire in this rom-com, which also stars Laura Marano and Camila Mendes.
Much like Amy Schumer's underappreciated and thematically similar "I Feel Pretty," it takes a traumatic head injury for Natalie to wake up in rom-com land, where Manhattan smells like lavender, cupcake and wedding shops adorn her city street, her apartment is palatial, a handsome billionaire named Blake (a wonderfully goofy Liam Hemsworth) wants to date her and everyone is very, very nice (except her best friend at work, Whitney, played by Betty Gilpin, who has turned into a rival).
Most recently, he was in the 2017 rom-com series, "I Ship It," and the 2018 drama flick, "The Honor List."
The actress, who will appear next year in a rom-com called The Wedding Year, is also asking for her name to be legally changed from Dewan Tatum to Dewan.
LAHORE -- Since the day the first teaser of the rom-com Na Band Na Baraati hit the TV screens and social media platforms, fans have been desperately waiting for the release of the movie.
By definition, a rom-com should be at least a touch romantic and amusing, but this manages to be neither.
THERE'S SOMETHING ABOUT ROMCOMS Channel 4, 9pm Meg Ryan, Hugh Grant, Richard Curtis, Rupert Everett and Stephen Merchant are among the stars celebrating the rich and varied history of the rom-com, which has become one of cinema's highest grossing film genres, and made stars of the likes Renee Zellweger and Kate Hudson, among many more of Hollywood's brightest stars.