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Notting Hill

51 Ratings: 2.7
1999 romantic comedy starring Hugh Grant and Julia Roberts directed by Roger Michell

   Julia Roberts and Hugh Grant forge memorable chemistry in this charmer about two very different people--William, an unassuming bookstore owner in London's Notting Hill section, and Anna, a Hollywood actress--who, against the odds, fall … see full wiki

Director: Roger Michell
Genre: Romance
Release Date: May 28, 1999
MPAA Rating: PG-13
4 reviews about Notting Hill
Quick Tip by . May 21, 2012
posted in Movie Hype
It was on TV yesterday. Not bad for a boring Sunday afternoon! Too hot outside to go anywhere but staying home for relaxation. Julia Roberts looks pretty here. Boy, it's more than a decade since! As for Hugh Grant, well, he's almost the same in all the movies he acted in! Still, one wonders how he got all these roles! Good thing I didn't pay for these movies! ;-)
Quick Tip by . August 26, 2010
posted in Movie Hype
I first saw this movie on accident. It was the day my divorce was finalized. I had a date with my sister to see the new Austin Powers. She stood me up. Austin Powers was sold out. It was a Friday night and I was alone. I was NOT going to leave that theater. So, I saw this. I rolled my eyes through the whole thing...I was in such a mood. I saw it again when it hit the video stores. I fell in love with it. It's still one of my favorite movies.
review by . May 14, 2006
posted in Movie Hype
NOTTING HILL was a breath of fresh air when it entered the theaters in 1999. Written by Richard Curtis (Four Weddings and a Funeral, Love Actually, The Girl in the Cafe - as well as the Bridget Jones scripts) and directed by Roger Michell (Persuasion, Changing Lanes, Enduring Love) the story is a bit cockamamie but blossoms in the hands of the fine cast. Now with this Collector's Edition release it is available for us all to appreciate again.    William (Hugh Grant) is an ordinary …
review by . January 14, 2000
posted in Movie Hype
Pros: Sweet, funny, quite entertaining     Cons: Predictable     This movie is so predictable. I could have written it myself. I still enjoyed it very much. Both Julia Roberts and Hugh Grant give good performances. I was really tickled by her "acting" within the movie--it was pretty bad. Grant was his typical hesitant and stuttering self, but so sincerely sweet. I was thrilled to see Emma Chambers as Grant's sister. She translates very well to film …
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