Ep. 64 -- While You Were Sleeping -- The Lost Episode
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by Sarah Schmitt, Romantic Comedy Commentary Dot Com
2M ago
Starring Sandra Bullock and Bill Pullman, not to mention Peter Gallagher, this episode is from long ago and we somehow forgot to upload it. And best of all, it stars our friend Laura! We talk Christmas trees, Christmas ruses, and Chicago. We miss you, Laura ..read more
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Ep. 63 -- Silver Linings Playbook
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by Sarah Schmitt, Romantic Comedy Commentary Dot Com
1y ago
There is a reason J. Law won the Oscar for this movie and it was nominated in every acting category. It's so good! The most recent great romcom? Perhaps! We also discuss running, dancing, and thank you notes. Justin, shockingly, saves them for a bad day ..read more
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Ep. 62 -- Your Christmas or Mine?
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by Sarah Schmitt, Romantic Comedy Commentary Dot Com
1y ago
In a classic romcom mix-up, newly dating James and Hailey end up on each other's trains home for the holidays. He's royalty, shes working class, and their families don't know they're dating. What shenanigans will ensue? We’re back, baby ..read more
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Ep. 61 -- Sideways
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by Sarah Schmitt, Romantic Comedy Commentary Dot Com
2y ago
It’s been a loooong time since we recorded this episode, so I can’t remember really anything we talked about. But according to Justin’s notes, we talked a lot about wine! Big surprise! We really need to get back to recording ..read more
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Ep. 60 -- Easy A
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by Sarah Schmitt, Romantic Comedy Commentary Dot Com
3y ago
This week we cover Easy A, starring Emma Stone and Amanda Bynes—one in her first starring role and the other in her last movie role ever. We have special guest and Youth Correspondent Olivia on to help us decipher all of this youth culture, even for a movie from when we were the youths. We can all agree that Stanely Tucci and Patricia Clarkson are amazing, and we with they were our parents. Also considered: Peter Malone is the new secret (even to him) identity of Post Malone; boots should be allowed in school bc they can fit extra-long tampons; Sarah has met many famous people; and what does t ..read more
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Ep. 59 -- Say Anything
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by Sarah Schmitt, Romantic Comedy Commentary Dot Com
3y ago
Starring John Cusack and Ione Skye, this true 80s classic holds up as one of the strangest combinations of a romcom and a father-daughter relationship tested by a daughter growing up and a father going to prison. We discuss the needle John Mahoney threaded there, and we dive into whether to tell your parents you lost your virginity, the required weirdness of driving instructors, and Justin’s semi-retired life. Plus, a giant boombox ..read more
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Ep. 58--Palm Springs
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by Sarah Schmitt, Romantic Comedy Commentary Dot Com
3y ago
This episode discussion revolves around time travel, quantum theory, and existential dread and the meaning of life--you know, normal romcom stuff. With our special guest Laura, we delve into having a relationship in a time loop and how amazingly similar it is to having a relationship during a pandemic. No wonder this is the highest grossing movie ever for Hulu. Also, Justin practices eulogies while driving alone, prompting us to want to publish a book titled "Eulogies for my Not-Dead Friends," coming out in the fall (jk). Dinosaurs, crossbows, cunnilingus. Run, don’t walk, to see this movie if ..read more
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Ep. 37 -- Always Be My Maybe
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by Sarah Schmitt, Romantic Comedy Commentary Dot Com
3y ago
This week, we bring you the Netflix movie Always Be My Maybe, starring Ali Wong and Randall Park and set mostly in lovely San Fransisco. We cover things like: divorce parties, herb scissors (very sharp!), D'angelo lyrics, and a big epiphany about Keanu Reeves. This was a fun one. Bounce back like a tennis ball ..read more
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Ep. 57 -- Happiest Season
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by Sarah Schmitt, Romantic Comedy Commentary Dot Com
3y ago
Just in time for Christmas, this delightful lesbian rom-com has a cast chock full of queer actors and powerhouses, like our very own favorite Dan Levy. But somehow, we still make this episode mostly about us, sharing stories about our own experiences in gay bars, awkward family Christmas moments, and the joy of the White Elephant gift exchange. This movie is so good that we unilaterally recommend it to anyone and everyone. It is heartwarming, timely, funny, and pretty much a perfect rom-com. And to all a good night ..read more
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Ep. 24 -- Just Friends
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by Sarah Schmitt, Romantic Comedy Commentary Dot Com
3y ago
This week we sled into 2005's Christmas classic Just Friends, starring Ryan Reynolds in a fat suit with a retainer! We can all relate to going home for the holidays and reverting right back to our high school selves. But somehow, Sarah uncovers a whole host of stories in which she was the high school heartbreaker. Do girls get friend-zoned? Can you age out of the friend zone? Do you call pants "trousers"? We cover these important questions and more this week ..read more
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