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Love Actually (2003) Movie Information

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Richard Curtis


Bill Nighy
Colin Firth
Sienna Guillory
Liam Neeson
Emma Thompson
Gregor Fisher





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Follows the the love lives of eight different couples, and their loosely interrelated interactions, in one, frantic month before Christmastime in London. -- Chris Kavan

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Elshad 01/04/2013 (0 of 0 found this helpful)

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One of the best and excellent movies I've ever watched. First of all I didn't expect that much from this movie, but after minutes flew by, it became more and more interesting. What a pure, sincere and lovely movie. It makes you think, it makes you smile and and it lets you cry. Love, that's the only thing that bonds people to each other. Also, I've to say I've never thought of arrivals in airports this way before. Will watch again for sure!!!

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mitchellyoung 05/21/2012 (0 of 0 found this helpful)

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Unashamedly, Love Actually is one of my favorite films. Contrived as it is, it is the perfect example of a successful ensemble film, carefully and neatly tying all of its storylines together into an explosion of pure holiday joy and love. Not only does it work as a romantic comedy, but the film manages to encapsulate the childlike feeling of happiness that is nostalgically attached to Christmastime. The film also injects a fair amount of "Four Weddings" style humor, chiefly from Bill Nighy's brilliant turn as a cynical and aging rockstar.

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Alaine 12/16/2011 (0 of 0 found this helpful)

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I watched this again and decided to rate it a bit higher. I guess I was feeling a bit critical when I rated it before. Not an example of great film making, but it definitely is a good example of a movie about relationships (ten couples). This is something I'll include in my short list of things to curl up with during holidays. Many heartwarming moments and opportunities for tears of joy. The idea that love is everywhere on the planet and that everyone has a story about relationships is a wonderful antidote to the seemingly endless torrent of hate and hopelessness we're inundated with daily.

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PsychoKing1227 04/30/2010 (0 of 0 found this helpful)

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A fine Holiday treat, albeit sometimes a very dramatic one. Richard Curtis (of "Four Weddings and Funeral" fame) handles the interweaving stories quite well in my opinion. A nice comedy that will, in the end only uplift. Performances by Bill Nighy (especially funny in this film), Colin Firth, Liam Neeson (in a very touching role), Emma Thompson, Alan Rickman, and Natalie Portman all sparkling well-done, create such a wonderful atmosphere for comedy and drama. A recommended film.

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03/15/2012 (0 of 0 found this helpful)

"Love Actually" by Yojimbo

I have to admit, I watched this film under duress and in its favour, if you enjoyed Notting Hill and Bridget Jones, you'll enjoy this. If however you are like me, part of the 49% of the population with their plumbing on the outside, you will probably make the following observations (after being revived from the diabetic coma watching this film will induce.):
In a world that isn't inhabited solely by sensitive upper middle class English professionals who all live happily ever after covered in pixie dust tra-lal-la
1. Liam Neeson's son's stage school perfect cutie-pie brains would've been splattered all over Heathrow airport by armed security forces.
2. Keira Knightley would've called her hubbie's best mate a pervert and a stalker and he would've been on the receiving end of a restrainin...

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09/19/2011 (0 of 0 found this helpful)

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Probably one of the most copied flicks because of its hidden formula of detailed story telling and romantic comedy aspects. Some good lines: "Sam - But you know, the thing about romance is... people only get together right at the very end." an Jamie - "It's my favorite time of the day..driving you." A star studded, well written and positive film about the lives of couples. The feel was realistic and it didn't feel forced like Valentines Day. It wasn't too sappy either while the stories very interesting and humrous. Soundtrack and pace was superb. Not everybody will enjoy this film and that is why the reviews are mixed. Love Actually delivers the goods that is believable and not too Hollywood in a sense.

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