“Every romantic comedy should just be called Trying to Fuck. This week, Jennifer Aniston and this guy are going to Try to Fuck. Next week, Jennifer Aniston and another guy are going to Try to Fuck.”

-Patton Oswalt

While hardly a comedy, I think Mr. Oswalt’s analysis can just as easily be applied to Nicholas Sparks films, the latest being Safe Haven – with Josh Duhamel and Julianne Hough in the same recycled roles Sparks has been floating since A Walk to Remember. The film’s directed by Lars Hallström (The Cider House Rules), who has to be wondering if this is some sort of punishment for sins committed in a past life. I’m half-hoping the Safe Haven hashtag burning a hole in the bottom right hand of the embedded screen isn’t just a Twitter advertisement, but a legit directorial choice that Hallström saw fit to grace his entire film with:

Source: Slashfilm