DVD: Love Actually – (2003)


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DVD: Love Actually - (2003) Genre: Comedy, Drama, Romance, Release Date: 2006-05-23 Duration: 135 Min D...


DVD: Love Actually – (2003)

DVD: Love Actually - (2003)
Genre: Comedy, Drama, Romance,
Release Date: 2006-05-23
Duration: 135 Min
Director:

  • Richard Curtis

`Love Actually,’ a romantic comedy, is a series of love stories of several people from the Prime Minister to a rock star, an actor stand-in, a housemaid, and others. It takes place in England and France during the Christmas season. Hugh Grant plays the unmarried Prime Minister of the UK, who falls in love with Martine McCutcheon. All of the love stories show the serious and foolish sides of love. Douglas Young (the-movie-guy)

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There was an octopus at the nativity? AND a lobster? Little boy falls in love with a little girl and becomes a rock drummer. Writer falls in love with his maid and doesn’t care when his book gets ruined. The Prime Minister tells off the President of the US and then falls in love with a member of his staff. A British nerd “with a big knob” finds out what an accent will do for you in the States. Love, actually is, all around, but sometimes love doesn’t work out.

Star:


Hugh Grant

Martine McCutcheon

Liam Neeson

Laura Linney


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