N is for Notting [A2Z]

Not gonna lie… I don’t enjoy many of Julia Roberts’ films. Pretty Woman? Meh. Steel Magnolias? Barf. Mystic Pizza? Nah. That one where she took swimming lessons and pretended to drown to escape an abusive monster husband? Eh.

But then we have Notting Hill. What is the difference between Notting Hill and those other movies? I’ll give you a hint and it rhymes with Clue Plant. 🤣🤣🤣

So, there you have it, peeps. Notting Hill: a reason to watch Hugh Grant do his witty, who me gosh I hadn’t realized I was quite this adorable no really would you like a spot of tea or perhaps later oh now is good well then now is good for me too.

/fans self/

24 responses to “N is for Notting [A2Z]

  1. I liked most of her movies. Hugh Grant hasn’t shown the range of acting he is capable of. In most of rom-coms, he is type cast.

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  2. I love this movie too…all the characters meld to make it great. I love the dinner scene the best.

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  3. “Notting Hill” is regularly quoted in our house. We love it.

    “Imagine the most stupid person you’ve ever met.”

    “I have him in mind, sir.”

    “Now, double that. That is the git with whom I am forced to live.”

    Sharon E. Cathcart
    N is for Notes

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  4. Hugh Grant is repeating “Four Weddings and a Funeral” in every movie he makes so sadly, he has become boring. I liked Julia Roberts in “Pretty Woman”, and I especially like her in “Erin Brockovich”. But I don’t go out of my way to see her movies. Have therefore not seen “Notting Hill”.

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  5. Ah!
    One of my all time favourites.
    I used to have the sound track playing in my car all the time.

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  6. This was a really good movie. I like all the movies you mentioned. 🙂

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  7. Watched this one once, but it didn’t leave a mark on me, unlike Pretty Woman, Erin Brockovich, Conspiracy Theory and Sleeping with the Enemy.

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  8. I haven’t seen this one but may now. If you are looking for a good Rom Com for your A2Z, I watched, “The Big Sick” last night. Maybe for “S”? It has Raymond from Everybody Loves Raymond and Holly Hunter as the parents of the girl, Zoe Kazan, and the guy is a Pakistani actor and comedian, Kumail Nanjiani. They all rock their roles. It is, it seems, at least loosely, or maybe more than loosely, based on Kumail’s real life.

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  9. This is really good Paula! Very whimsical! 😀 ❤

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