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Notting Hill: Col Ed (1999)
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Starring: Hugh Grant, Julia Roberts, Hugh Bonneville, Emma Chambers, James Dreyfus, Rhys Ifans, Tim McInnerny, Gina McKee
Director: Roger Michell
Category: Drama, Comedy
Studio: Universal Studios
Subtitles:
[None]
Length:
124 mins

 
 

 

"The Best Romantic Comedy In Years!" - CBS

Anna Scott (Julia Roberts) is the world's most famous movie star. Her picture has been plastered on the cover of every magazine, and every time she makes a movie, the entire world knows about it.

William Thacker (Hugh Grant) owns a travel bookstore in the quaint neighborhood of Notting Hill. His business is stagnant, he has the roommate from hell and his love life is completely nonexistent.

Then one day, their paths cross and the couple comes to face the ultimate question: can two people fall in love with the whole world watching?

 
 
   
   

 
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