I know I'm being somewhat anal but this irritates me. I just checked out DVD File where they announced 4 new Warner releases for February and referred to them as "mushy romantic dramas". First off, Prince And The Showgirl is a witty comedy about a showgirl on a one night stand with a stuffy European monarch and getting involved with his family life and foreign policy. Hardly a mushy romantic drama. Mrs. Soffel a mushy romantic drama? It's a hard edged film about two murderers on death row who break out of prison by manipulating the warden's wife and taking her with them. Mushy, indeed! As for the other 2 titles, Love Affair and Love In The Afternoon, depending on your view of your romance I suppose they could qualify as "mushy" although the Gary Cooper-Audrey Hepburn is a romantic comedy But then this is the same site that originally referred to (bedfore editing it) the Neil Simon-Peter Sellers comedy Murder By Death and the classic Fritz Lang film noir, Big Heat as scraping the bottom of the barrel stuff. If you're unfamiliar with a film, a quick trip to the IMDb could clue you in before you make inaccurate generalizations, guys.