Kate Hudson asserts that several modern romantic comedies have really been 'dumbed down'

Kate Hudson asserts that several modern romantic comedies have really been 'dumbed down'

Published on December 10, 2022 18:39 PM by Ava Sara

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When she sees a good romantic comedy, Kate Hudson knows it.

The Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery actress, 43, said during her appearance on the Hot Ones that "a truly good story" may make a good romantic comedy stand out.

When asked what makes a good movie in the genre, Hudson replied, fighting back tears brought on by the show's hot sauce sampling. "Let's start with that," she remarked.

In certain cases, rom-coms, according to Hudson, are just about the meet-cute. "A great romantic comedy is about finding love, falling in love, having your heart broken, and then how you can get back together. That is a pretty common structure for romantic comedies."

"The people we love are in a love story starring two movie stars. They are brilliant and shiny, fulfilling your every whim "She went on. "yastmastmastmastmastmastmastmastmas, and They are the most traditional."

"Just because they're supposed to feel brilliant doesn't mean they need to look so bright," she continued.

She continued, "I believe the genre oftentimes becomes kind of dumbed down because they think they know. "Chemistry comes next. Thank goodness it was just me and Matthew [McConaughey, her co-star in How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days] because he's a hoot."

Apparently, Hudson could teach a course on romantic comedies: "When I'm 75, I'll be [teaching] that subject at the NYU film school. I'll be the rom-com professor."

The actor is well-known for romantic comedies such as My Best Friend's Girl (2008), Fool's Gold (2008), Bride Wars (2009),  How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days (2003), Something Borrowed (2011), Mother's Day (2016), and others.

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