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Hugh Grant, arrested for filming a sequel to Bridget Jones' Diary

Romantic Comedy is a form of Comedy designed for equal romantic and humourous effect. This of course has never happened. As by extraordinary coincidence, a Romantic Comedy isn't actually funny. It is also law that every single film with even a slight hint of Romance and Comedy combined must contain Kurt Cobain Hugh Grant. Or, Alternatively, if Grant is unavailable (snorting cocaine or shagging prostitutes) then a cheap, old, rotting piece of wood referred to as Paul Bettany will do just fine.


The 4 Laws of Romantic Comedy

  • 1 Must contain a bumbling, dithering English person. Hugh Grant...or, oh what's his Bettany, ooh that's it.
  • 2 Must also contain a fiesty American girl. Kirsten Dunst would be an acceptable choice. Note: In 'Four Weddings and a Funeral', Hugh Grant was attracted to a fiesty American man called Andie MacDowell. Scientists dismissed claims that she is female to be total fabrication.
  • 3 Everybody in England lives in big, fancy, posh country mansions and works in London. This is entirely non-fiction. Really.
  • 4 Comic Relief: Don't forget the Comedy! Add a character from Scotland or Wales because people from there are Wacky and kind of primitive. Honest.

Notable Examples of Romantic Comedy

They suck

Trust me on this one.

Upcoming Projects

By looking at the Image above, it will indicate that there is infact no Romantic Comedy that has ever been deemed watchable without vomiting. This is true to the extent that Mark Kermode was hospitalised for witnessing a repeat of 'Four Weddings and a Funeral' on BBC3. Upcoming Romantic Comedy Projects include Four Weddings and a Funeral 2 (Directed by Quentin Tarantino) and Bridget Jones' Diary 3 (Written by Paul Haggis)

See Also

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