About Alex starring Aubrey Plaza, Max Greenfield, Jason Ritter
This looks interesting. It’s got some of my favorite actors on TV that I never thought would be in the same movie.
A VERY SPECIAL INTERVIEW WITH JOHN GREEN
My favorite people on YouTube! These two should make more videos because I, along with millions of others, wouldn’t mind listening to them talk for hours.
Best film adaptation of a novel that I’ve seen in a really long time. I definitely agree with the film critic who described this as “nearly flawless.”
Can’t wait for next week!
Celebrity Curse Off - Sally Field vs. Julia Roberts
Wow, what a great stress reliever this is. I wish I could do this too.
I’d gladly have what they’re having.
I have always enjoyed watching The Mindy Project because of its silly, quirky characters, storylines, and punchlines. But seeing its second season finale, which is a perfect homage to great ’90s rom-coms, made me love it even more.
I know many people hate it when writers of the TV shows they watch tend to dance around the ‘will they-won’t they’ couple for years, and I guess this is one of the reasons that I (and many others) love this show. Though Mindy and Danny pretty much wanted to kill each other during the first season, we, the viewers, knew all along that there was something there, and fortunately for us, the show’s writers recognize that and refuse to play with our heads for a long time.
As a bonus, the pivotal moment of the Mindy and Danny story paid tribute to some of the most memorable rom-com films ever: When Harry Met Sally, Sleepless in Seattle, and You’ve Got Mail. And because When Harry Met Sally is one of my favorite films, it really brought me joy watching two of my favorite TV characters go from being reluctant friends to people running in the streets of New York and toward the top of the Empire State Building (I guess there’s some Sleepless in Seattle in there, too) to profess (or confirm, in this case) their feelings for each other.
And now, we have to wait for a few months for the show’s next season. Until then, we’ll just have to watch Season Two (or Season One, if you’ve got time) over again and wonder what’s in store for this couple.