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Posts tagged "rom-com"
305- WHEN HARRY MET SALLY with SIMONE PAGET

305- WHEN HARRY MET SALLY with SIMONE PAGET

As 2017 winds down and we pray for 2018 not to be completely insane, we celebrate the coming of a New Year by revisiting WHEN HARRY MET SALLY, Rob Reiner’s 1989 romantic comedy starring Billy Crystal and Meg Ryan as a guy and a girl trying to keep it in the friendzone. Also Princess Leia...
301- WHILE YOU WERE SLEEPING

301- WHILE YOU WERE SLEEPING

We’re less than a month away from Christmas, so we’re kicking off the holiday season with a sleeper hit, 1995’s WHILE YOU WERE SLEEPING. It’s the romantic comedy starring Sandra Bullock as a woman who pretends to be Peter Gallagher’s fiance while he’s in a coma. Happens the best of us.  Also Bill Pullman’s in there,...
Episode 254- SERENDIPITY

Episode 254- SERENDIPITY

This week, for Christmas, we submit ourselves to destiny and rewatch SERENDIPITY, the 2001 romantic comedy starring John Cusack, Kate Beckinsale, Molly Shannon and Jeremy Piven as a bunch of people who are willing to ruin their romantic relationships over a bunch of coincidences and happenstance. Or is it true love? We believed when we...
Episode 249- THE AMERICAN PRESIDENT

Episode 249- THE AMERICAN PRESIDENT

It’s Election Day, America, that means it’s time to do your democratic duty and listen to us talk about THE AMERICAN PRESIDENT on the way to your polling station to vote! That’s right, Rob Reiner’s 1995 Rom-Com/Political drama starring Michael Douglas as the President, Martin Sheen as the President’s guy and Annette Benning as the...
Episode 214- SLEEPLESS IN SEATTLE

Episode 214- SLEEPLESS IN SEATTLE

Valentine’s Day may be over but love still lingers in the air on Rewatchability. This week we spill our guts about Nora Ephron’s Sleepless in Seattle, the classic rom-com (romantic comedy) starring Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan as well as the kid from “Sudden Death” who knows how to stay put. This film moved us...