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Title: Half Magic
Genre: Romance Comedy
Release Date: 10 February 2018
Starring: Heather Graham, Angela Kinsey, Stephanie Beatriz
To be completely upfront and honest with you, I totally cringe when ever I have to watch and review “chick flicks” I’m not sure what it is but I seldom connect to predominantly all girls cast’s. Be it the lack of true action, or the unrealistic performances and situations of these movies I simply find it hard to “click” with them. Case in point being the typical scene of the morning after the night that the girl finally slept over at the guys house. Almost all of the time (yes I know, there are exceptions, Crazy Stupid Love, Don Jon and the first Fifty Shades of Grey) the girl covers her chest when she sits up in the bed in the morning. As far as I am concerned, if I am to be a true critique, that simply ensures that the film loses a large chunk of is realism factor. Nonetheless, this absolute delight of a creation, written as well as directed by the love sensei herself Heather Graham absolutely blew my hair back. Putting it mildly, this is the absolute best, funniest and most well put together story about finding love in the most unlikely of ways. There is one aspect of the production that got me triggered, but we will get to that in a moment. Besides from the fresh and energetic cast comprising Molly Shannon, Thomas Lennon and the forever handsome Jason Lewis to name just a few of my favorites, what I absolutely adored here was the non slap stick approach to the humor and true comedic appeal. I am taking true comedy here guys, like Deadpool and even wedding crashers level of funny, just an absolute must for not only all girls looking for love, but the perfect selection for a night of cinema for the whole family! Laughs and popcorn like I always say, helps make a good family great! That said, lets have a look at the one part that never sat well with me, and I am pretty sure it will not sit well with you either, and that is simply the domineering approach to dating from the girls side. I just found them to be too demanding in them wanting to be treated the same as men. At the end of the day a man doesn't want that, he wants a girl to be a girl, and in turn, the girl wants the man to act like a man. Besides from that one irritating aspect, the entire films is extremely well written and put together and sincerely speaking is the funniest romance I have seen since How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days!