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I love "love actually" sooooooooooooo much and all i want is another film. is it me or is Thomas Sangster soooooo cute!he looks way younger than he actually is i mean i thought he was 9 and hes 16! Now i no i probably wudnt be able to go out with him if i met him coz im only 12! how unfair!!!!!!! anyway, luv the film want another and need more pics of thomas sangster!

Posted 11 years 4 months ago by Looby

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This movie is one of my all time FAVORITES! How can anyone NOT like it ? There is literally nothing about this movie that I don't like. The actors were great and the individual stories were interesting enough to keep you hooked all through the movie from start to finish. In addition, the way the plot intertwined with all the other characters and story lines was simply brilliant!....The character of Carl was so incredibly gorgeous I got aroused just watching him on screen. It's more than just a girl flick, you have to see it, you won't be sorry...

Posted 11 years 4 months ago by Ladeebug

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I LOVE the movie Love Actually. And whether or not an adjective is modifying the verb is totally irrelevant. Anyone who pays attention at the beginning of the movie will hear Hugh Grant's narration that says, "...if you look for it, you will find that love actually is all around." Hence the name of the movie. It doesn't matter if every character is connected. Is this totally necessary to make a movie enjoyable? I think that every aspect of love is covered as much as possible in this delightful movie. The only one I noticed missing was a gay relationship, but I found it in the deleted scenes. It would have been super if that one could have been left in. Anyway, utterly fantastic movie as far as I'm concerned. I have the DVD and watch it every couple of weeks.

Posted 11 years 5 months ago by CrissieSue

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love actualy, is a great move, with some compelling messages. it is jumbled, but that is the beauty of it, in all the madness there is one constant. that is the beauty of it and there is a structure in the move. it is a wonderful move, i enjoyed watching it, this is coming from a guy that likes action and comedy movies. its a love story with multiple plot lines, very hard to pull off but supurbe. yours respectfully vick

Posted 11 years 8 months ago by vick

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