This Couple Has The Most Horrifying Engagement Photoshoot

People love to commemorate special occasions with lovely photoshoots. It helps to share their special moments with important people and also creates a memento that will last for years. And while most of them turn to Pinterest to search for ideas before they book a photographer, they often forget to add some of their own ideas. As a result, there’s just too many identical maternity, baby shower, and engagement photos. Luckily, there are still people who have plenty of their own ideas and are not afraid to show their taste. Image credits: Image credits: The photo series starts with the couple walking near the infamous Camp Crystal Lake when their romantic picking leds to an unexpected set of events. Brandon …

Do Richard Curtis Rom-Coms Exist in New Four Weddings?

The plot of writer-director summer romantic comedy The Beatles from the world. Only one person remembers their songs and their legacy, passing them off as his own in an attempt to become a music star. But if youve seen Yesterday, you know that its not only The Beatles that no longer exist. Some make sense: No Oasis, as their music certainly descends from the Fab Fours sound. (Though asked Curtis that very question. His response: Oh, well, thats very good. Im going to take that on now. If anyone else says what else has happened, I will say, Love Actually is out. I think the truth is we would have found another song that could have gone into the church …

Lana Condor gives Valentines to her favorite rom-coms

DeWanda Wise, Gina Rodriguez, and Brittany Snow play three college besties all grown up in Netflix's 'Someone Great.'Image: sarah shatz/netflix Not every Netflix movie can be great, even if you invoke greatness in the title. Someone Great, which feels like a rom-com but technically isn’t, has a crackling cast and snappy dialogue, but it lacks the x-factor of the sparkling original films among which it tries to stand. Someone Great tells the story of Jenny (Gina Rodriguez) on the day after she breaks up with Nate (Lakeith Stanfield), her boyfriend of nine years. Jenny urges her best friends Blair (Brittany Snow) and Erin (DeWanda Wise) to bunk work and join her for a day of drinking, drugs, and a big …