Love Actually

Love Actually

Director: Richard Curtis Cast: Alan Rickman, Bill Nighy, Colin Firth
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Love Actually 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 139 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This hilarious, yet serious, film is for adult and mature teens...for many reasons. The two children on the front make it look family friendly...but some very adult-type conversation goes on between the Liam Neeson character and his "son" including a "we did it in this room!" comment. That seemed very inappropriate even in an "R" film. I would have LOVED this movie made at a "PG-13" level!
Guest More than 1 year ago
I loved this film. I loved how the most fairy-tale endings still hinted that "Happy Ever After" is never a guarantee, because real love isn't that simple. It is important note why some were so put-off by "pornography". There is one story line that involves nudity, side views, in the context of the making of a porn film, and if they weren't in the show I'd love to let my young children see this fantastic story. They'll have to wait until the end of high-school, and then I think that they'll LOVE, actually, this wonderful, quirky, intimate film.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This "R" rating was well deserved...the language was raunchy especially bothersome was the foul launguage used by a parent talking to a child. Most of these story ideas could have been a FABULOUS PG-13 film, but you've got to wade through a lot of visuals and audio that make this unfit for teens...or even some adults. This film needs editing!!
dee_geer2030 More than 1 year ago
This is definitely a movie for someone who actually pays attention to the plot. There are several stories being told within the movie, but they are all interesting and innovative. I have to admit, I laughed, cheered, and even cried a little. It is not an easy task for me to find a movie that keeps my interest from beginning to end, since I have always preferred reading to watching movies. It is even a movie that my husband enjoyed, even though it could be considered a "chick flick." It truly is a rare gem of a smart comedy.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is my favorite contemporary Christmas story. It's actually several different stories all taking place simultaneously. The music is especially endearing and I find myself singing the songs long after the movie is over. It's a perfect romantic comedy.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I watched this on christmas day. It was a GREAT MOVIE. There are some very inappropiate scenes, but otherwise all of the small love stories go perfectly well together. I like how it doesn't all turn out perfect, but it gives a good ending.
SSGemini11 More than 1 year ago
Whereas some people may get the impression that this is a typical Hugh Grant movie, the plot does not center around him at all. There are several love stories taking place (some unrequited) and many of the characters intersect. The director explored many aspects of love- from crush to flirtation and many ages as well. Although this story takes place during the Christmas season it is not a Chistmas movie. The performances are excellent and the characters believable (albeit the airport security is not)no movie is perfect.
katknit More than 1 year ago
This winning film starts out with the premise that, contrary to popular belief, the world is full of love, not hatred. By watching the lives of 8 different pairs of people in London, England, some of the many different types of love are explored. There's platonic, seen in the relationship of an aging rock star and his manager, and puppy love, as a young boy develops a crush on a classmate. There's unrequited, when Mark's best friend marries the woman he wants for himself, and the specter of infidelity, when a husband's eye is caught by his secretary. Throw in a couple of cases of loving from a distance, and a junket to Milwaukee to hook up with some of those hot American girls, and there's all sorts of mistakes and magic going on. The finale, though relying heavily on coincidence, is fascinating as all the main characters are brought together at a school Christmas pageant. No deep philosophy here, just good, engaging entertainment provided by a stellar cast and witty director/writer. A bit too racy for children.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This movie is very good. England's finest actors/actresses are together in this romantic comedy about typical complications of love. Not your steriotypical scenerios either, since not everything works out hollywood perfect in the end. If you're like me and love Keira Knightley don't get too excited. Not that her acting isn't superb (like always) but she is very underused and probably has something like a total of 15 minutes in the movie. This movie is made up of a lot of stories, so try not to get lost. I reccomend watching it twice so you get everyone's story straight. And like I said earlier, Keira's story isn't very long... oh well. It's still a really good movie.
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chiclets More than 1 year ago
This movie has good actors, and it is the performances that save the film, and the stories. The movie is cute but not great. Due to some content it is not a X'mas movie for those with children.
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A fun cute love movie. There are four different stories going on and then you see how they are all tied together.
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