I say something I never should have said. Something that I find it hard to believe I said. Something that I'm still sorry and embarrassed and ashamed I said. "What are you," I say, "a lesbian or something?"
From the time they are young, women are bombarded with stories that they are going to be swept off their feet by Prince Charming. After all, everyone lives happily ever after in the movies and marries Matthew McConaughey.
Friends with Kids is never as funny as I wanted it to be -- but I'm starting to think that few films can be. It's a smart romantic comedy that should amuse both halves of the couples who see it on date night.
As technology advances and our knowledge accumulates, some ideas just don't make as much sense as they used to and are relegated to novelties or objects of nostalgia. I think it might be time to add the standard romantic comedy to this list of obsolete institutions.
Spending almost two hours in the dark with Steve Carell, Julianne Moore, Ryan Gosling, and Emma Stone is really so much fun that you're to be forgiven if you don't realize, by the time you walk out, that you've just seen a very important film.
I recently got engaged. It was a special and intimate moment that deserves privacy. I'm not going to exploit my newfound engagement just to get some cheap laughs from a couple randos who don't care about me or my fiancée, Jessica.