So we roll out of bed this morning to another dusting of snow, and hockey on the highways. Perfect excuse to call in sick and curl up on the couch with a good romantic comedy.
But then we cracked open Star Time and saw the F-bomb Chris Kelly dropped on Diane Keaton's latest, Because We Said So. It's brutal, and I'm sure deserved. Keaton, star of Annie Hall and the more recent Something's Gotta Give, should know better, right.
But all this got me thinking. There really hasn't been a great romatic comedy in years. At which point The Albino Bowler points out that there has never been a favorable depiction of an albino on film ever. To which, I respond, by putting his action figure a-- in a drawer.
So here's the breakfast poll of the day. Name me 10 great romantic comedies from the last 10 years.
I don't think you can do it.
I'm going to try to come up with my list, and put this question to some of our critics around here (and that doesn't include the afro'd action figure in the drawer). We'll come up with a top five and put it to a vote by lunch time.
So this is a challenge to all the hopeless romantics and hee-man women-haters out there. Show us some love. Or have we all lost that lovin' feeling?