Hoping to latch onto fans of Twilight and Nicholas Sparks, Letters to Juliet isn’t hopelessly romantic so much as it is just plain hopeless. What’s more frightening is girls from the ages of 14 to young women in their mid to late twenties (or tweenties maybe?) will be coming in droves to see this saccharine disaster.
In this article, LS2FG writer Benn Hadland takes a look at the social implication of Indie romantic dramedies, and how they reflect the state of relationships and romance with Generation Y. Due to the subject matter (and Benn’s affinity for flowery ramblings), the article will be split into three parts. Part two will be released on the 9th, and the final part will drop on the 16th.