A certain amount of overlap with Dramedy is not unusual.
Romantic comedies in more recent years have made a concerted effort to subvert some parts of the genre where possible, present the story in a more down to earth or certainly less light and fluffy manner, add raunchier humor, more flawed characters and occasionally elements of self-deprecation, but in most of them there remains a large degree of audience-understood foregone conclusion.
Or the couple is already married for some reason, and the conflict comes partially from different expectations and misunderstandings.
The climax of a rom-com requires the satisfactory recognition of love: the other chases after the love interest and does something really romantic to win them back.
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Cast: Paul Walker, Tyrese Gibson Synopsis: Former cop, Brian O’Conner, is called upon to bust a dangerous criminal, and he recruits the help of a former childhood friend and street racer who has a chance to redeem himself.
Cast: Michael Fassbender, Kate Winslet, Seth Rogen Synopsis: Steve Jobs takes us behind the scenes of the digital revolution to paint a portrait of the man at its epicenter.
Cast: Robert De Niro, Sharon Stone, Joe Pesci Synopsis: A tale of greed, deception, money, power and murder occur between two best friends as a mafia enforcer and a casino executive compete against each other over a gambling empire (and a fast-living socialite).
The reconciliation scene ends with the two characters reunited in a romantic embrace. Tropes typically employed in a romantic comedy are covered in: The usual rom-com main characters are covered in Love Interests.
It is becoming increasingly common for one or both protagonists to be Adorkable.
His/her friends and family urge him/her to find someone.
The protagonist may agree to go on several blind dates. Usually, the second character isn't an obvious match for the first; maybe she's wild and crazy and he's a CPA. A romantic comedy usually provides a victory of love against all odds.