The Half Of It is the definitive rom-com of this generation; Alice Wu's film bridges gap between platonic and romantic love
The Half Of It shows some friendships do not have to turn into love-stories to be the greatest romance in your life.
From You’ve Got Mail to Jab We Met, why rom-coms are the ultimate comfort-watch during coronavirus lockdown
At a time like the coronavirus outbreak, one feels like going back to the old and the familiar, rom-coms like Bridget Jones' Diary and Jaane Tu... Ya Jaane Na.
Kannum Kannum Kollaiyadithaal movie review: Dulquer Salmaan's long-delayed Tamil release is a breath of fresh air
Kannum Kannum Kollaiyadithaal may have faced numerous delays in hitting the theatres but to its credit, Dulquer Salmaan's new Tamil film does not look dated.
Ananya Panday on playing 'the other woman' in Pati, Patni Aur Woh: It doesn't mean I'm endorsing extramarital affairs
Ananya Panday discusses life after a successful debut in Student of the Year 2, and how Pati, Patni Aur Woh seemed like the next organic career move.
Last Christmas movie review: Emilia Clarke's painfully stereotypical rom-com fails to touch any chords
Last Christmas is silliness and shallowness of material, along with insincerity and self-importance in execution.
In Jabariya Jodi, Sidharth plays Abhay, a contract kidnapper who abducts grooms demanding dowries, beats them up, and then gets them married to their brides without any monetary exchange
Jabariya Jodi audience review: Sidharth Malhotra, Parineeti Chopra bring anything but their best to the table
I read something very important on the screen during the interval of Jabariya Jodi: ‘This intermission is for your convenience’.
Love Aaj Kal completes 10 years: Imtiaz Ali's film continues to be timeless, like the feeling of love
With the past juxtaposed against the present, Love Aaj Kal was the ideal film to introduce the cinematic tool of a parallel narrative.
Always Be My Maybe movie review: Ali Wong, Randall Park bring morning dew freshness to Netflix rom-com
Always Be My Maybe brings a brief moment of distraction and foolish hope that the implausible is offset by the enjoyable.
Isn't It Romantic movie review: Rebel Wilson's 'rom-com' isn't self aware enough to pull off a parody of the genre
Isn't It Romantic puts up an engaging affair that is pleasant as long as it lasts, and does not digress into a candyfloss cringeworthy cacophonous medley.
Ariana Grande's relationship-based single draws analogies to Mean Girls, Bring It On, 13 Going on 30 and Legally Blonde.
Destination Wedding movie review: Winona Ryder, Keanu Reeves marry unsparing wit with their relentless charm
It is rare unheard of that two despicable characters make for an engaging romance. Destination Wedding gives the saturated genre a new destination to stride towards.
Destination Wedding reunites Reeves and Ryder— who first worked together in Bram Stoker's Dracula in 1992
Dil Juunglee movie review: Even Taapsee Pannu, Saqib Saleem can't make such ridiculously poor writing, direction work
Despite strong performances by both Taapsee Pannu and Saqib Saleem, Dil Juunglee is bogged down by one of the most clichéd love stories.
Kartik Aaryan says contrary to popular belief, Sonu Ke Titu Ki Sweety is not a recreation of Pyaar Ka Punchnama
With Sonu Ke Titu Ki Sweety, Kartik is once again playing a familiar role — The Bromantic Hero. The actor opens up on being typecast, nepotism and more
When We First Met movie review: This Netflix film wastes its potential by obsessing over the 'friend zone'
When We First Met decided to pander to the popular but mistaken male notion of unreciprocated feelings and focused on the ‘friend zone’.
While many recent films have explored the 'friendzone', Behen Hogi Teri goes back to the good ol' 'brozone'.
What If could have been great if the film had explored the ironies in the scenes it sets up, Matsai’s script doesn’t. Instead, it plays out like any other rom-com.
Actress Keira Knightley, who will seen next in '<em>Begin Again</em>', says she generally stays away from romantic comedies.
"I hope I can do romantic films at the age of 50. There is no age for romance," Saif said.