Romance

During the coronavirus pandemic, people have taken to their couches to watch the classic movies and the latest television shows which can help them deal with what is going on in the world.
We speak to counsellor and therapist, Jo Nicholl about the trappings of relationships, when they can become habitual and complacent. Jo shows us how to avoid a relationship from ending when it doesn’t need to.
The actor has a long history of catering to the white gaze in rom-coms, and her newest movie is no exception.
Christa B. Allen, who starred alongside Jennifer Garner in the rom-com, celebrated by analyzing what the genre teaches girls about womanhood.
HuffPost caught a sneak peek of David O’Donnell's drama, which is set to premiere at New York's LGBTQ film festival, NewFest.
"Aristotle and Dante Dive Into the Waters of the World" picks up where Sáenz's 2012 coming-of-age tale left off. It's due out this fall.
The newly released comedy stars Haaz Sleiman and Michael Cassidy as a cross-cultural couple navigating faith-based obstacles to intimacy.
Guilty of some of these unhealthy behaviors? Experts offer advice on how to break them.
Couples reveal the daily habits, sweet gestures and small traditions that bring them closer together.
"As far as romantic comedies go, that was a really good one," the "Greenlights" author said.