— Film is one of the most compelling storytelling mediums in the history of the world, and can tell every kind of story. Chick flicks are traditionally romantic comedies known for eliciting stories about love, conflict, hope and drama, and are designed to appeal to a primarily female audience. Los Angeles Film is a film blog covering all things Hollywood, and has just published a new article recapping the best offerings the genre had to offer last year.
The article offers a shortlist of the ten top chick flicks, each of which is accompanied by a summary of its plot, an overview of the critical reception to the film and the impact the film had on the editorial team at the website. What’s more, the website includes the film’s trailer and full information of where it can be found for on demand or streaming viewing.
The article lists ten good chick flicks, which are hugely diverse in their concept and execution, from arthouse offerings like Strange Magic and Beyond Paradise to commercial flagships like Pitch Perfect 2 and The Duff. The round up offers something for everyone, and guarantees to list a film chick flick lovers haven’t seen before.
A spokesperson for Los Angeles Film explained, “We are pleased to have been able to put together this collection of amazing films, which we feel represent the best chick flicks of the past year. The genre is often maligned for relying too heavily on tropes, but the evidence for that opinion is waning fast. Our shortlist demonstrates the variety and creativity on offer within the genre, as well as showing the increasing mainstream appeal of these films. We look forward to helping more people discover more great movies throughout 2016.”
About Los Angeles Film: Los Angeles Film is an online resource center committed to helping people get the best information about films coming out of the LA, the biggest film industry on earth. The site is regularly updated with new content on the latest and upcoming releases, including previews, trailer analysis, film reviews and more. The site is run by a dedicated team of writers and researchers with a passion for film.
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