Tom Hanks is the essence of charm in this humorous classic from director Penny Marshall.
Frances Ha is a quirky romantic comedy with a cinematic style right out of the French New Wave playbook
Populaire is a charming French rom-com set in the 1950s with a superficial resemblance to Mad Men that will satisfy date night needs on Blu-ray
Save your money on purchasing this below average romantic comedy and opt for a rental instead.
Coppola’s nostalgic romp through the early 60s, Peggy Sue Got Married is a delightful departure from his usual heavy subjects.
Despite having an all around solid cast, 20th Century Fox’s The Oranges ultimately fails due to a rather weak middle act.
An very early entry into the realm of romantic comedy, Perfect Understanding pairs silent screen legend Gloria Swanson with the up-and-coming young Laurence Olivier. An outstanding restoration effort by the Cohen Media Group, this is fairly lightweight stuff that will tickle viewers’ fancies if nothing more than that.
Unlike its technical presentation, Sony’s Playing for Keeps fails to ever impress.
Charming, delightful and funny – Fox’s Ruby Sparks is a winner on nearly all levels.
Reese Witherspoon spins a fine comedic character in this charming if less than original story of southern girl makes good in Yankee land, and, yes, she can and does come home again.