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Love Actually 2003 British Christmas Film | Richard Curtis

What's your review of the 2003 British Christmas film Love Actually? It's directed by Richard Curtis, with a cast including Emma Thompson, Alan Rickman, Colin Firth, Bill Nighy, Liam Neeson, Hugh Grant, Keira Knightley, and more. #LoveActually #RichardCurtis #EmmaThompson Do you want to watch Love Actually? Did you enjoy the full movie or just parts of it? Scroll down for more information!


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Love Actually plot from IMDb: "Follows the lives of eight very different couples in dealing with their love lives in various loosely interrelated tales all set during a frantic month before Christmas in London, England."

Love Actually trailer on IMDb:

Directed by Richard Curtis

Produced by Duncan Kenworthy, Tim Bevan, Eric Fellner, Debra Hayward, Liza Chasin

Written by Richard Curtis

Music by Craig Armstrong

Cinematography: Michael Coulter

Edited by Nick Moore

Production companies: StudioCanal, Working Title Films, DNA Films

Distributed by Universal Pictures

Release date: 14 November 2003 (United States), 21 November 2003 (United Kingdom)

Running time: 136 minutes

Budget: $40–45 million

Box office: $246.8 million

Cast and Characters:

Alan Rickman as Harry

Emma Thompson as Karen

Hugh Grant as David

Keira Knightley as Juliet

Colin Firth as Jamie

Sienna Guillory as Jamie's Girlfriend

Lúcia Moniz as Aurélia

Liam Neeson as Daniel

Thomas Sangster as Sam

Bill Nighy as Billy Mack

Gregor Fisher as Joe

Martine McCutcheon as Natalie

Chiwetel Ejiofor as Peter

Andrew Lincoln as Mark

Laura Linney as Sarah

Rodrigo Santoro as Karl

Michael Fitzgerald as Michael

Kris Marshall as Colin

Abdul Salis as Tony

Heike Makatsch as Mia

Martin Freeman as John

Joanna Page as Judy

Olivia Olson as Joanna

Billy Bob Thornton as U.S. President

Rowan Atkinson as Rufus

Claudia Schiffer as Carol

Nina Sosanya as Annie

Ivana Miličević as Stacey

January Jones as Jeannie

Elisha Cuthbert as Carol-Anne

Shannon Elizabeth as Harriet

Denise Richards as Carla

Lulu Popplewell as Daisy

Marcus Brigstocke as Mikey

Julia Davis as Nancy

Ruby Turner as Jean

Adam Godley as Mr. Trench

Élisabeth Margoni as Eleonore

Meg Wynn Owen as Mary, PM's secretary


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