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“The tone is smarmy, the characters charmless, and the phrase "anti-romantic comedy" was bandied about on the panel like a badge of honor.”
“The trouble is that, despite her bracingly anti-romantic view of the countryside, France is rather less disciplined when it comes to the subject of romance.”
“We wanted to write an R-rated anti-romantic comedy," David A. Newman, the film's other original writer, said.”
“But I suppose that romantic, yet anti-romantic in another way.”
“The anti-romantic comedy (500) Days of Summer won best screenplay, and the British drama An Education was given best foreign film.”
“The metaphor is an appropriate one, for "Arms and the Man" is an "anti-romantic comedy in three acts" (Shaw's phrase) in which he deploys the high-flying rhetoric of 19th-century opera to twit those benighted creatures of flesh and blood who behave as though the real world worked that way.”
“Your most recent film, (500) Days of Summer, was described as an "anti-romantic comedy".”
“In Greenberg, Ben Stiller plays an eccentric anti-hero in an anti-romantic comedy, a borderline mental case.”
“After brainstorming with his Webmaster and wife, Wellington came up with a concept to showcase the anti-romantic vampires of his newest book Thirteen Bullets.”
“Born in Liverpool in 1946, Peter Reading has been described as an "anti-romantic" poet; he is also perhaps one of the finest, most formally versatile poets of the late twentieth century.”
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