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Podcast: Is This the Rom-Com That Finally Kills the Rom-Com?

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On this week's episode of the Voice Film Club podcast, Voice film critics Alan Scherstuhl and Stephanie Zacharek, along with L.A. Weekly film critic Amy Nicholson, discuss rom-com Begin Again (2:26), starring the always-interesting Mark Ruffalo. They also talk about the biting rom-com parody They Came Together (15:47), which might finally put a stake in the heart of the genre. Also, we hear about the post-apocalyptic sci-fi movie Snowpiercer (23:47).

Amy recommends Nothing Bad Can Happen (31:56) and the ESPN 30 for 30 doc The Two Escobars (33:25). Stephanie shouts out the eponymous biopic Yves Saint Laurent (35:43) and Alan encourages us to see You Can Count On Me and Do the Right Thing, which sees its 25th anniversary this month (38:30).

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