History Film / NottingHill

21st Jan '18 11:42:54 AM nombretomado
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** Comments he got about this made Richard Curtis to be more circumspect and present a more multi-ethnic cast in his next film, ''LoveActually''.

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** Comments he got about this made Richard Curtis to be more circumspect and present a more multi-ethnic cast in his next film, ''LoveActually''.''Film/LoveActually''.
15th Dec '17 6:31:02 AM tesoroazul90
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* SignatureLine: "And don't forget, I'm still just a girl... standing in front of a boy... asking him to love her."

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* SignatureLine: Anna's line to William towards the end of the film is quite known and sometimes parodied:
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"And don't forget, I'm still just a girl... standing in front of a boy... asking him to love her."
15th Dec '17 6:25:58 AM tesoroazul90
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* NiceGuy: Hugh Grant. As well as his roommate Spike.
* OldShame: [[spoiler: (invoked) How Anna feels about some risqué pictures of her. And possibly how she feels about her on-again/off-again movie-star boyfriend.]]

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* NiceGuy: Hugh Grant. As well as his His roommate Spike.
Spike may also count.
* OldShame: [[spoiler: (invoked) (Invoked) How Anna feels about some risqué pictures of her. And possibly how she feels about her on-again/off-again movie-star boyfriend.]]
15th Dec '17 6:25:04 AM tesoroazul90
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* SignatureLine: "And don't forget, I'm still just a girl... standing in front of a boy... asking him to love her."
9th Jun '17 7:34:48 PM mkmckoy
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->''I live in Notting Hill. You live in Beverly Hills. Everyone in the world knows who you are. My mother has trouble remembering my name.''
-->-- '''William'''
15th Apr '17 10:01:34 PM Scorpio3002
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* FunnyBackgroundEvent: When William spills orange juice on Anna's shirt on the street, there's a big [[{{Bald of Awesome}} bald]] man in the background wearing sunglasses and a fur coat leading a little girl in a blue pinafore by the hand.


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* IdiotBall: The only possible reason why Anna would answer the door to Will's flat, when she had previously made such an effort to keep a low profile.


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* ModestyBedsheet: The morning after sex, Anna muses about why men love breasts, while keeping her own safely covered under the sheets.
3rd Feb '17 6:29:40 PM Mdumas43073
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Anna Scott (Roberts) is a staggeringly successful movie star who meets travel bookstore owner William Thacker (Grant) in the eponymous area of London and begins a somewhat rocky relationship with him. They want to be together, but her mega-stardom is constantly intruding on their happiness. Along the way to love, there’s plenty of quirk and British accents to add a little fun and flavor.

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Anna Scott (Roberts) is a staggeringly successful successful, internationally famous movie star who meets travel bookstore owner William Thacker (Grant) in the eponymous area of London neighborhood and begins a somewhat rocky relationship with him. They want to be together, but her mega-stardom is constantly intruding on their happiness. Along the way to love, there’s plenty of quirk and British accents to add a little fun and flavor.
3rd Feb '17 6:27:39 PM Mdumas43073
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A 1999 RomanticComedy starring Creator/JuliaRoberts as staggeringly successful movie star Anna Scott who meets travel bookstore owner William Thacker (Creator/HughGrant) in the eponymous area of London and begins a somewhat rocky relationship with him. They want to be together, but her mega-stardom is constantly intruding on their happiness. Along the way to love, there’s plenty of quirk and British accents to add a little fun and flavor.

The movie is notable for taking several shots at show business, in particular how the movie business treats female stars.

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A 1999 RomanticComedy written by Richard Curtis, directed by Roger Michell, and starring Creator/JuliaRoberts as and Creator/HughGrant.

Anna Scott (Roberts) is a
staggeringly successful movie star Anna Scott who meets travel bookstore owner William Thacker (Creator/HughGrant) (Grant) in the eponymous area of London and begins a somewhat rocky relationship with him. They want to be together, but her mega-stardom is constantly intruding on their happiness. Along the way to love, there’s plenty of quirk and British accents to add a little fun and flavor.

The movie is notable for taking several shots at show business, in particular how the movie business industry treats its female stars. stars.
9th Jan '17 5:32:33 PM nombretomado
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-->'''William''': [[LeonardoDaVinci DaVinci]]?
-->'''Child Actress''': [[LeonardoDiCaprio DiCaprio]].

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-->'''William''': [[LeonardoDaVinci [[Creator/LeonardoDaVinci DaVinci]]?
-->'''Child Actress''': [[LeonardoDiCaprio [[Creator/LeonardoDiCaprio DiCaprio]].
1st Nov '16 11:15:38 AM Starfire
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* TimePassesMontage: * They do this so subtly that you could almost think they randomly tossed a music video of the protagonist walking down the street through a spot of bad weather. And then you realize that the woman holding the baby was pregnant at the beginning of the song, that other woman broke up with the boyfriend she was delirious about three minutes ago...and did that spot of bad weather have a Christmas tree and Santa in the middle of it!? It's actually four different takes that were extremely well planned out and edited together. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5nIxppYXonE Go watch and marvel.]]

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* TimePassesMontage: * They do this so subtly that you could almost think they randomly tossed a music video of the protagonist walking down the street through a spot of bad weather. And then you realize that the woman holding the baby was pregnant at the beginning of the song, that other woman broke up with the boyfriend she was delirious about three minutes ago...and did that spot of bad weather have a Christmas tree and Santa in the middle of it!? It's actually four different takes that were extremely well planned out and edited together. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5nIxppYXonE Go watch and marvel.]]
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