When it rains, do you find yourself looking for a pair of lips to kiss, instead of an umbrella? Are you always running through airports instead of on a treadmill? Do you fantasize about working in print media with your best friend, and dating Tom Hanks? You do! Well then this is the podcast for you! Join comedians Mia Schauffler and Allie Jennings on their quest to find the greatest Rom-Com of all time! Each week they’ll watch an iconic Rom-Com, and discuss meet cutes, grand gestures, and elusive chemistry. So why not stumble in for a listen - like a clumsy Katherine Heigel wearing glasses!
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Allie and Mia dive into the 2005 RomCom "Just Like Heaven" starring Reese Witherspoon and Mark Ruffalo. They discuss the iconic apartment the film is shot in, the fun mystery element to the film, and "missed connections" in their own lives. more
Mia and Allie discuss the 1997 Academy Award nominated RomCom "As Good As It Gets" starring Helen Hunt, Jack Nicholson, and Greg Kinnear. They chat about how mental illness is portrayed in RomComs, James L. Brooks' affinity for love triangles, and th... more
Allie and Mia discuss the Nancy Meyers 2003 RomCom "Something's Gotta Give" starring Diane Keaton and Jack Nicolson. The chat about the double standards of ageing, the autobiographical nature of the film, and of course Keanu Reeves. more
If you like (or love) rom coms, this is the podcast for you! One of the best things about this pod is that Allie and Mia’s genuine love for these movies shines through, and you never feel like they are rolling their eyes or scoffing at the genre. Also they are both so funny and seem truly kind and warm to each other and their guests. Lastly, it gives me an opportunity and an excuse to watch rom coms I’ve never seen, would maybe not otherwise watch, and rewatch old favorites! Thank you Mia and A... more
For a while I didn’t always want to share how much I loved watching rom coms, even the bad ones, but this podcast has made me feel so much better about it. Love Ali and Mia and how much they enjoy watching these movies. Thanks ladies!
I love this pod! I laugh SO MUCH sometimes that people stare at me on public transit. I love thinking about what heroine I’m channeling every week. Thank you for such a great show!
Every time I listen to this podcast I smile, I laugh, and I learn something!
I feel like I’m talking to my best friends about these movies that I LOVE! I always skip the first 15-20 minutes, the “Which Rom-Com Heroine Are You Channeling This Week”. It’s not my personal favorite but after that segment the podcast really kicks off and is TERRIFIC! Lots of fun facts and trivia.
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