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  • Jul 29, 2010
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Quick Tip by . July 14, 2010
posted in Movie Hype
Even though it is a bit formulaic, the chemistry between Jackman and Ryan works. Also Liev Schreiber gives a good performance as the time traveler who inadvertently opens a portal for Jackman to travel into the future.
review by . July 13, 2010
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Not a Bad Chick Flick
Being that this movie has been on continually on the subscription movie channels I figured I would write a little review. The movie overall is a watchable chick flick with witty banter between the main characters, Meg Ryan (Kate), Hugh Jackman (Leopold), Breckin Meyer (Charlie), and Liev Schreiber (Stuart).      Warning, slight spoiler alert with the plot. Leopold follows Stuart through a worm hole of time from his time in 1876 to modern day New York. Being that Leopold was …
review by . December 29, 2001
Pros: Meg Ryan     Cons: not realistic, did not ring true     The Bottom Line: Another tired movie for Meg Ryan. Same character, same quirky nature, same everything. It's like she is stuck in a Harlequin Romance Novel. Only the scenery changes. Tsk tsk...     Plot Details: This opinion reveals no details about the movie's plot. Meg Ryan is always "cute" and it's hard not to like her. But....she plays the same character in this film as she …
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Kate & Leopold
 is a 2001 romantic comedy motion picture that tells a story of a duke who time travels from New York in 1876 to the present and falls in love with a career woman in the modern New York.

The film is directed by James Mangold and stars Meg RyanHugh Jackman and Liev Schreiber. The DVD edition contains two versions of the film: one, the original theatrical release, runs for 118 minutes while the director's cut version runs for 122. One scene in the director's cut shows Ryan's character in a test screening for a new movie and also features a cameo by Mangold.

This is Spalding Gray's final film.


In 1876, Leopold Alexis Elijah Walker Gareth Thomas MountbattenDuke of Albany and future inventor of the elevator, is a stifled dreamer. Strict Uncle Millard (Paxton Whitehead) has no patience for Leopold's disrespect for the monarchy, chastising him and telling him he must marry a rich American, as the Mountbatten family finances are depleted. His uncle has told him that on his "thirtieth birthday he had become a blemish to the family name".

The Duke finds Stuart Besser (Liev Schreiber), an amateur physicist (and descendant of Leopold, according to deleted scenes) perusing his schematic diagrams and taking photographs of them. He had seen him earlier at Roebling's speech about the Brooklyn Bridge. Leopold ...

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