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  1.  good fun.


    typical 'hugh grant' movie.
    not great ,however very watchable.
    'drew' meets fading pop star 'hugh' because her friend
    has asked her to tend to 'hugh's' plants whilst she is
    'hugh' is trying to pursue his career by writing songs,
    trouble is he's rubbish at lyrics,however by accident
    finds that 'drew' whilst watering the plants has a talent
    for making up lyrics to fit the music being played.
    they write a song between them at the reqest of a hugely
    popular pop star who happens to be in town.
    romance between ' hugh and drew ' ? .
    well,in typical 'hugh' style he appears to miss what is
    over a period of time staring him in the face.
    the song wrote is not bad by the way.
    relax and enjoy.

  2.  both of these films are brilliant.


    flags of our fathers portrays the battles of iwo jima
    with great effect.
    and the highs and lows of the soldiers selected and used
    to raise funds for the war effort.
    not the usual u.s. portrayals we saw through the 60's and
    70's. where one man wins the day. superb.

    even better than 'flags' is the sensitive portrayeil depicted
    in ' letters from iwo jima ' i was tottaly enthralled by the
    way the story was depicted from a japenese perspective.
    thankyou ' clint eastwood ' for these two masterpieces.

  3.  an enjoyable movie experience


    this is a pleasant family film that gives you a smile and
    a moment of sadness.
    a must for kiddies,in truth most adults as well.