Notting Hill Synopsis
A shopkeeper (Hugh Grant) meets a movie star (Julia Roberts).
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San Francisco Chronicle

By Bob Graham
It comes as a bonus that this romantic comedy is one of the rare pictures of its type that actually is about something -- the double-edged...
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100

New York Daily News

By Jami Bernard
The overall result is a romantic comedy that indulges fantasies, calms insecurities (can an ordinary bloke stack up?), and breaks and mends...
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91

Entertainment Weekly

By Lisa Schwarzbaum
Blithe and exhilarating romantic comedy.
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88

USA Today

By Susan Wloszczyna
Its deadpan wit, ingenious fairy-tale premise and superbly accomplished cast will leave you feeling positively oxygenated.
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88

Chicago Tribune

It's funny, sympathetic, mostly smart, and it boasts a likable cast of characters led by two performers who have star power and know how to...
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82

Mr. Showbiz

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A smart, sometimes pissingly funny romantic comedy that is also oddly unmoving and predictable in spots.
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75

New York Post

The frothy, feel-good Notting Hill is about as enchanting as movies get these days.
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75

San Francisco Examiner

By Wesley Morris
The deft, hilarious Notting Hill finds Grant's dour-droll-deprecating affliction at its most dead-on.
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75

Chicago Sun-Times

By Roger Ebert
The movie is bright, the dialogue has wit and intelligence, and Roberts and Grant are very easy to like. By the end, as much as we're aware...
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75

Christian Science Monitor

By David Sterritt
There's some very funny dialogue, but the picture falls apart when it tries to think real thoughts about celebrity, publicity, and the...
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By karenfreakout
Such a good cute movie. I love it...

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Rated PG-13 | For Coarse Language
What Parents Need to Know
Common Sense Media says OK for kids 13+ Not deep, but definitely funny--teens will enjoy.
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