Tag: Garry Marshall

Mother’s Day: Moms deserve better than subpar comedy tribute

Mother’s Day is a holiday celebrated annually to honor women have born, adopted or raised children with an emphasis on the mother-child relationship. “Mother’s Day” is a newly released movie directed by Garry Marshall that does pretty much none of that. Marshall’s film is a romantic comedy without any romance and lacking in comedy; it’s a family drama that doesn’t have much heart; and … Read More Mother’s Day: Moms deserve better than subpar comedy tribute

How to Be Single: Leading ladies make middling rom-com work

Dakota Johnson breaks up with a boyfriend to find herself. Rebel Wilson wants to teach her how single life – and sexual promiscuity – can be really fun. Leslie Mann puts her job as an OB-GYN over relationships and the possibility of motherhood. Alison Brie thinks she can manipulate the 10 online dating services she uses to find Mr. Right. It’s in this vapid, … Read More How to Be Single: Leading ladies make middling rom-com work