Books on Film: The Rise of the Self-Help Movie

On average, romantic comedies represent bottom-of-the-barrel film making. They're cheap to make and cheap to cast and tend to fill the dead zone of January to June between Oscar Bait and Summer Blockbusters with their modest (but profitable) box office returns. Sure, once every decade you get a When Harry Met Sally or Love, Actually … Continue reading Books on Film: The Rise of the Self-Help Movie