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She and Stiller make an unusual and at times unlikeable pair. The only problem is that the woman in this scenario is not real. In it, Radnor plays a character who returns to his old college and falls for a wise-beyond-her-years 19-year-old student, played by the exceedingly charming Elizabeth Olsen.
(Her character's name, sadly, is Zibby.) Before you get into a huff about their age difference, the grossness of it is the whole point.
I also didn't include foreign films or films from Vulture's best mumblecore rom-com list.) Some were not marketed as romantic comedies, but I believe all of these can be viewed as such. Celeste and Jesse Forever is explicitly about that, telling the story of two best friends (Rashida Jones and Andy Samberg) who decide to get divorced.
The movie is about a group of friends, in which Molly (Emily Peck) cheats on her boyfriend with Bridget (Marja Lewis Ryan, who also wrote the movie). But through this central mystery, the movie's couple, Sophie (Elisabeth Moss) and Ethan (Mark Duplass), explore the issues of their marriage.
Both Moss and Duplass give especially nuanced performances, considering the premise, which, again, I can't spoil. Ti MER is a science-fiction rom-com about a world where people can choose to have a device embedded into their wrists that will count down to the moment when you meet your soul mate. Writer-director Jac Schaeffer uses this premise to examine the pressure some put on every relationship to be "the one." The film does a good job of pulling off its satire without getting weighed down. 2 Days In Paris (2007); 2 Days in New York (2012)Who doesn't love Julie Delpy?
Ever the semiotics major, with The Baxter, Showalter (who wrote, directed, and starred) explored the tropes of the genre a bit more earnestly. The First Time (2012)You cannot underestimate chemistry, and man, do Dylan O'Brien and Britt Robertson have it here.
Specifically, it's about what he calls "the Baxter," which are those perfectly fine guys in romantic comedies, like Bill Pullman in Sleepless in Seattle, whom the female protagonist leaves to be with the actual male protagonist. Have you ever had a moment while watching a movie when two actors come into frame together and you just want to shout at the screen for them to start kissing already?