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When Harry Met Sally (movie)

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  • Harry Connick Jr. coming to Sands Bethlehem Event Center

    Harry Connick Jr. coming to Sands Bethlehem Event Center
    Harry Connick Jr., who has had more No. 1 jazz albums than any other performer in history and who is seen weekly as a judge on the hit show "American Idol," will perform at Sands Bethlehem Event Center, it was announced Tuesday.
  • Reel additions: Films playing at local theaters

    Reel additions: Films playing at local theaters
    BACinema Beverly Arts Center, 2407 W. 111th St., 773-445-3838, beverlyartcenter.org "Jersey Boys" ¿¿1/2 (U.S.; Clint Eastwood, 2014) "Jersey Boys" the movie is a different, more sedate animal than "Jersey Boys" the Broadway musical. Often this happens...

    Review: 'What If' ★★

    Review: 'What If' ★&#9733
    "What If" brings up the distinctions among wit, jokes and robotic banter, and this new romantic comedy has a bit of the first and a few of the second, but it's largely a case of the third. The script, adapted by Elan Mastai from the play "Toothpaste and...

    'What If' is a rom-com that tries too hard to charm

    'What If' is a rom-com that tries too hard to charm
    Call it "When Harry Met Sally" with skinny-dipping. Or "(500) Days of Summer" with people falling out of windows. However you frame the sweet yet self-conscious "What If," it pales in comparison to those and so many other rom-coms. That would have...

    'What If's' Daniel Radcliffe, Michael Dowse try to elevate the rom-com

    'What If's' Daniel Radcliffe, Michael Dowse try to elevate the rom-com
    Few genres have taken their lumps like the romantic comedy — endlessly pronounced dead as new ones keep coming, lamented for its cliches yet sought o‎ut by audiences with longing in their hearts. So why would a director known for Canadian cult...