Milo Ventimiglia’s best movie doesn’t even have a Wikipedia page

November 25, 2021 0

Welcome to No Shame November! This week we’re diving into the pop culture we love (or hate) that society tells us we shouldn’t.Hear me out. The finest work of Milo Ventimiglia — everyone’s favorite short-shorts-wearing, Instagram rule-breaking, Crock-Pot advocate — is most definitely not This Is Us, the show that earned him three Emmy nominations. Nor is it Gilmore Girls, which launched Ventimiglia and all his brooding glory into both stardom and the hearts of so many. His magnum opus is Winter Break, a virtually unknown 2003 romantic comedy that doesn’t even have a Wikipedia page. As I said, hear me out. Winter Break follows four recent college grads living in Aspen. They’re putting adulthood on hold in hopes of a care-free winter spent skiing, partying, and meeting girls. It’s one of those dime-a-dozen early 2000s movies you’d find buried in a pile of VHS tapes at a thrift store, the type of low-budget flick that’s

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