Romance movies are getting cleaner

Katie Hinderer | 23 September 2010
Is it just me or has there been a number of recent romantic comedies that have been appropriate for all ages? I’m talking about the type of movie that makes you smile when it ends and is possible to watch with a wide age range without reaching for the fast-forward button. Maybe I’ve been oblivious to these in the past, but this year a number have come to DVD that would fall into the category.
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