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Notting Hill
Released 1999  /  124 min
Box Office: $363.9 million
William Thacker is a London bookstore owner whose humdrum existence is thrown into romantic turmoil when famous American actress Anna Scott appears in his shop. A chance encounter over spilled orange juice leads to a kiss that blossoms into a full-blown affair. As the average bloke and glamorous movie star draw closer and closer together, they struggle to reconcile their radically different lifestyles in the name of love.
Can the most famous film star in the world fall for the man on the street?
Julia Roberts
Anna Scott
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Best Performance
Hugh Grant
William Thacker
Gina McKee
Bella
Tim McInnerny
Max
Rhys Ifans
Spike
1
Scene Stealer
Emma Chambers
Honey
Hugh Bonneville
Bernie
Richard McCabe
Tony
James Dreyfus
Martin
Dylan Moran
Rufus the Thief
1
Worst Performance
Roger Frost
Annoying Customer
Henry Goodman
Ritz Concierge
Julian Rhind-Tutt
'Time Out' Journalist
Lorelei King
Anna's Publicist
John Shrapnel
PR Chief
Emily Mortimer
Perfect Girl
Dorian Lough
Loud Man in Restaurant
Sanjeev Bhaskar
Loud Man in Restaurant
Paul Chahidi
Loud Man in Restaurant
Matthew Whittle
Loud Man in Restaurant
Mischa Barton
12-year-old Actress
Clarke Peters
'Helix' Lead Actor
Ann Beach
William's Mother
Samuel West
Anna's Co-Star
Tony Armatrading
Security Man
Andy de la Tour
Journalist
Rupert Procter
Journalist
Maureen Hibbert
Journalist
David Sternberg
Journalist
Arturo Venegas
Foreign Actor
Phillip Manikum
Harry the Sound Man
Patrick Barlow
Savoy Concierge
Yolanda Vazquez
Interpreter
Melissa Wilson
Tessa
Emma Bernard
Keziah
September Buckley
Third Assistant Director
Dennis Matsuki
Japanese Businessman
Alec Baldwin
Jeff King (uncredited)
Simon Callow
Simon Callow (uncredited)
Omid Djalili
Coffee Shop Cashier (uncredited)
Matthew Modine
Actor (uncredited)
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60% Drama
Comedy 40%
British
Romance
London
Reviews
This was a soft pleasantly slow romcom. The relationship development is mostly done in montages or scenes set to music, which lessened my investment in them as a couple, but the setting and the friend group was well done and fun to watch. Mostly just felt a bit underdeveloped, like an extended plot point from Love Actually.