Writing for the Chicago Tribune, Michael Wilmington compares and contrasts romantic comedies of today and the ones of yesteryear, focusing on two recent examples, Wedding Crashers and Must Love Dogs. Of course, being Chicagoan, Wilmington can't help but mention Preston Sturges more than once, which is fair enough. At any rate, he writes about how the zeitgeist changes the way romantic comedies are approached from era to era, but in a much better way than I ever could, so you should really check it out. Go on. I'll be here when you get back.