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Sarah Schmitt and Justin Mieczkowski
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Whether you call them romcoms, rom-coms, or kissy ha-has, we love this genre, and we want you to love it, too. This is RomCom Commentary, and we are here to analyze and uplift the genre of the beautiful, entertaining romcom.


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Latest Episodes

It’s been a loooong time since we recorded this episode, so I can’t remember really anything we talked about. But according to Justin’s notes, we talked a lot about wine! Big surprise! We really need to get back to recording…

2 months ago

This week we cover Easy A, starring Emma Stone and Amanda Bynes—one in her first starring role and the other in her last movie role ever. We have special guest and Youth Correspondent Olivia on to help us decipher all of this youth culture, even for ... more

10 months ago

Starring John Cusack and Ione Skye, this true 80s classic holds up as one of the strangest combinations of a romcom and a father-daughter relationship tested by a daughter growing up and a father going to prison. We discuss the needle John Mahoney th... more

a year ago


4.8 out of 5 stars from 19 ratings
  • Love

    My mom is Sarah so I am always behind the scenes and it is so much fun! I even sometimes get to watch the movies with them! And yes, Justin is over at our house almost every night. I actually “married” him when I was five. He is almost like my second dad. I have seen this podcast grow so much and I am so glad people like it.

    Apple Podcasts
    United Statesa month ago
  • Love Love Love

    Sarah and Justin provide such great discussions for excellent rom-coms. I love how they discuss the aspects of the movie and how they rate it on a rom-com scale and the check marks they tick off. And most especially I enjoy hearing discussions pertaining to the plot and stories in how they relate to their own lives or how they’d feel in a particular situation. I love romantic comedies so much, they’re my favorite next horror movies (i know, totally opposites haha) so I’m glad I typed “romantic ... more

    Apple Podcasts
    United States2 years ago
  • OMG - Justin is so amazing

    Justin’s viewpoint and voice is so engaging. I can’t believe how much I love this podcast! Sarah is able to keep more

    Apple Podcasts
    United States4 years ago
  • Comical and clever - with an ounce of skepticism and plenty of satire

    The balance of smart Sarah and jokey Justin is on point. I haven’t seen any of these films, but it doesn’t make the podcast any less enjoyable. Whether it’s making fun of poor acting, describing how unlikely a scene would be in real life, or telling a similar story, Justin and Sarah crush it. If you were born in the 80’s their stories may be more relevant, but they are hysterical regardless of perfect context. I hope these episodes keep coming. Thank you for the many laughs!

    Apple Podcasts
    United States4 years ago
  • Super Fun!!

    I’m not a huge romantic comedy fan so I was really surprised how much I enjoyed this podcast! It’s really funny and points out all the of fun and relatable things about these movies as well as the over the top things about the situations and characters. The hosts keep the showing flowing and have really done their research but they also take the time to share funny stories and joke around with the material. Looking forward to more episodes!

    Apple Podcasts
    United States4 years ago

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