Choosing a Valentine’s Day Movie: A Comprehensive Guide

Me choosing a Valentine’s Day movie for you is like picking a chocolate out of one of those heart-shaped Russell-Stover boxes that’s missing its map. You just don’t know what you’re gonna get – or if it’s gonna make you barf. I’ve put together a comprehensive list of the Valentine’s Day movies that I’d choose…

The Eclipse - Illustration by Alex Landers | Irish horror film by director Conor McPherson (2009) | onecriticalbitch.com

The Eclipse

*Danger, Will Robinson: Affiliate Links Ahead! Read the disclosure policy.* Terrible news if you’ve been a fan of the in-your-face horror options presented thus far (See Halloween, Drag Me To Hell, and Identity). More along the lines of Absentia, but with a grander, more classic tone, The Eclipse is at its heart a romance. A romance with…

Two romances, each with a classic southern belle - The Notebook and Boy Meets Girl are on the blog |Read the full review at onecriticalbitch.com | #chickflickfebruary

Charm Makes a Southern Belle: The Notebook and Boy Meets Girl

It’s two days into March and I’m bringing an official (and officially late) end to #ChickFlickFebruary. I wanted to end with something classic. I wanted to end with something new and different. I had a strong desire for something with a bit of a twang, maybe a Southern Belle, and crazy rich mothers with a lot of…

Notting Hill is NOT a chick flick|Read the full review of this rom-com favorite at onecriticalbitch.com | #chickflickfebruary

Notting Hill is NOT a Chick Flick

You know that movie that you think is the quintessential chick flick? Maybe it’s Pretty Woman. Or When Harry Met Sally? Guess what? It’s not. And Notting Hill? It’s NOT a chick flick.  Notting Hill (1998) Oh, sod a dog, I’ve made the wrong decision, haven’t I? Hugh Grant as William Thacker is the relatable protagonist. Julia Roberts as Anna Scott…

Happy New Year! See what's to come for the blog in 2016 | onecriticalbitch.com

New Year, New Features: Coming Soon to the Blog

Happy New Year, new readers and old! It’s been a nice holiday break, but 2016 is alive and kicking, and so time to get back to the usual bitching (wasn’t that rhyme just too cute?). It’s a new year, and I think we could use some new content, don’t you? Here’s a bit of what you can…

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