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You could call In a World… formulaic, but regardless, when you get the elements of the formula down so well, you end up with a great film.
Our new column, RomCom Thursday, begins with the perhaps overrated When Harry Met Sally, directed by a post-Princess Bride/pre-Rumor Has It Rob Reiner.
Django: The ‘D’ is silent
Yotam Tubul ’14, director of BTV’s Afterlife Sentence, on life, love, and movies (minus the whole life and love thing).
The Cable Car is showing Trapped in the Closet, one time only, this Saturday night. NOT LIKE THIS IS THE GREATEST THING EVER.
The French Festival is running through Sunday at the Cable Car. You should go there if you like having fun or being cool. Or both.
Unfortunately, the BlogDailyHerald web series wasn’t nominated.
Jonathan Levine ’00–director of 2011′s 50/50 and 2008′s The Wackness–will screen and field questions on his upcoming zombie rom-com Warm Bodies on Sunday.
This lengthy rundown is all worth it for the satisfaction we know you two or three kind souls who made it all the way through this post are deriving from it
Taking that trip down nostalgia lane is refreshing, heart-warming, and downright nostalgic. Take some time to watch a movie you haven’t seen in a while.
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