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Daniel Radcliffe and Zoe Kazan headline WHAT IF, one of the best romantic comedies in quite some time.

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Jason Bateman plays Conrad, an adult in the loosest sense of the word, in the new movie THE LONGEST WEEK. Look for it September 5.

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Starring Paul Rudd and Amy Poehler, THEY CAME TOGETHER tells the quirky, funny and heartwarming story of a mismatched pair of candy-makers.

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Funny, sweet, and charming, CUBAN FURY stars Nick Frost as an unlikely dancing dynamo trying to win the girl of his dreams.

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The latest stab at the bro-rom-com is That Awkward Moment starring Zac Efon, Michael B. Jordan, and Miles Teller. Read our review here.

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When it comes to movie genres, is there any so derided as the chick flick? Written off as frivolous, predictable, and often times boring, to call a movie a chick flick is to instantly insult it according to the general public. While we here at Screen Invasion are doing our

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All the details a girl (or guy) should need about 9 chick flicks coming out August 2–September 20 to plan her/his summer movie nights.

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summer chick flicks
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The 411 on 10 summer chick flicks—straight-up chick flicks, romantic dramedies, romantic dramas, and even one or two romantic comedies—being released June 21–July 26, with trailers and social media links.

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Dear Readers, Like Meg Ryan in You’ve Got Mail, I’m going to start this missive to you as if we are the dearest of friends and already in the middle of a conversation. (Ironically, I wrote the opening to this post weeks before Nora Ephron‘s premature demise (RIP Nora). But, as it

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Your Sister’s Sister has a spontaneous wit that lacks in so many mainstream films–even the best comedies–and foregoes contrived and over-thought jokes for had-to-be-there quips.

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Romantic comedies come and they go. Literally. Most of the time a studio backed romantic comedy makes its way into your valuable movie watching time, it holds your attention while you’re watching it, and maybe just long enough to discuss with your date on the drive home (if even that

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There are very few things about The Five Year Engagement that are going to come off as a surprise. It’s a studio backed romantic comedy, so it’s got some of the same beats we’ve seen time and time again. The challenge this film had going for it was whether or

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