Prepare for a delightful and amusing ride with the movies “Isn’t It Romantic” (2019), “The Ballad of Buster Scruggs,” and “Crazy, Stupid, Love.” These films offer a mix of humor, heartwarming scenes, and surprising turns that will keep you engaged throughout the entire story. From a satirical take on romantic comedies to a Western anthology and a tale of love and relationships, these films offer something for everyone. So sit back, relax, and get ready to experience the magic of romance and humor on the big screen.
Isn’t It Romantic (2019)
The film with Rebel Wilson is a very funny satire on rom-com clichés.
Natalie (Wilson) lives in a small New York apartment and is a brilliant, misunderstood architect.
She enjoys her job, but often feels invisible both professionally and socially.
One day, however, after resisting an attempted robbery, he ends up in hospital for hitting his head.
When she wakes up, everything around her is different. The doctor who visits her is handsome. The city smells good. Her apartment is different. Her professional role has changed.
One of those romantic comedies that Natalie despises so much ended up making her the protagonist, against her own will.
It is Liam Hemsworth who joins Rebel Wilson and his inexhaustible comic charge in the film.
The Ballad of Buster Scruggs
The one made by the Coen brothers for Netflix is an episodic film. It is imbued with the nonsense that distinguishes each of their works.
The film “The Ballad of Buster Scruggs” is an anthology of small western stories. The stories follow various characters and their experiences, as recounted in an old book. The film includes the tale of Buster Scruggs himself. He is a storyteller after whom the film is named. There is also a young cowboy attempting to rob a bank in the isolated desert. Additionally, an itinerant impresario struggling to maintain public interest in his show. Along with these stories are several short author tales. They are brought to life on the screen with excellent filmmaking and a sharp sense of humor.
If you are passionate about the filmography of the two directors, you cannot miss this comedy in the Netflix catalog.
Crazy, Stupid, Love
The film is not just a frivolous romantic comedy but a well-made and entertaining one that will leave a lasting impression. Carl, who has remained single, often wallows in self-pity while leaning on a bar counter. Jacob Palmer, decides to assist Carl in getting his life back on track after becoming tired of his constant whining, one evening.
Carl Weaver (Steve Carell) has been with his wife for a few decades. They have two children and an enviable life that nothing seems to disturb, until the day she reveals that she is cheating on him.
The couple John Requa and Glenn Ficarra (those of Bastard Santa , for one) work once again by disguising a sentimental drama as the perfect pop comedy.
In the cast, in addition to Steve Carell and Ryan Gosling, there are also Julianne Moore, Emma Stone and Marisa Tomei.
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