Yet another toxic rom-com in which a group of once loved actors trade away their remaining industry respect for an easy pay check.
Honestly this film has one of the most toxic plot lines I have ever seen. Emma Robert’s character thinks she can pressure her boyfriend, played by Luke Bracey, into marrying her by saying if he won’t then they will break up. What makes this more troubling is that her character’s mum, played by Diana Keaton, thinks that this is a totally fine thing to do as well. For what it is worth it is not a normal thing to do, you shouldn’t pressure your partner into doing what you want before they are ready and marriage isn’t the be all and end all that this film seems to think it is but hey.
Really you shouldn’t expect very much from a film that has such clunky lines of dialogue as this is my heart and this is my brain, whilst holding the character’s significant other’s hand over these areas. To say it is cringe is both an understatement and well as giving this film too much credit, the writing is just so subpar that it becomes impossibly not to notice bad.
Overall, avoid this at all costs and Michael Jacobs should probably never write anything ever again and hope that one day he lives down the shame of this film.
It is short
It has a bad message
It has deeply unlikeable characters
The romance is troublesome
It is tedious and generic
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2 thoughts on “Maybe I Do: The Rom-Com Genre Is As Toxic As Ever”
Emma Roberts sucks anyway. She’s so freaking bland in literally everything she does.
Indeed it is why I am concerned for Madame Web
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