Hugh Grant heads up the ensemble cast of this charming romantic comedy from Richard Curtis, who took his first turn behind the camera after penning the scripts for such well-received films as Four Weddings and a Funeral, Notting Hill, and Bridget Jones's Diary. Love Actually criss-crosses the love lives of several characters over the course of the Christmas holiday and makes its way to DVD with a widescreen transfer and Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround Sound. For Spanish- or French-speaking viewers, there are dubbed audio tracks and optional subtitles. Fans of the film can get a glimpse into the production process and set happening with a full-length audio commentary track by Curtis, Grant, and cast members Bill Nighy and Thomas Sangster. Additionally, there are deleted scenes introduced by Curtis, a feature covering the music on the film's soundtrack, and the video for Kelly Clarkson's "The Trouble With Love Is." A full-screen version with identical features is also available.
Feature commentary with actors Hugh Grant, Bill Nighy, Thomas Sangster and director Richard Curtis
Deleted scenes with introductions by Richard Curtis
The music of Love Actually with introductions by Richard Curtis
Music video: Kelly Clarkson "The Trouble With Love Is"
Bill NighyBilly Mack
Hugh GrantThe Prime Minister
Billy Bob ThorntonPresident of the United States of America
I owned the dvd already but decided to upgrade to BluRay since it was only $4.99 during Christmas. This is one of my top favorite Christmas movies which I watch once a year with friends. It's a whole bunch of love stories with characters connected to each other. Although children are in a few story lines in this film, it's not for children since there are a few nudity scenes along with fake "p" scenes. I recommended especially if you are a lover of British movies.
This movie has a great cast and diverse storylines but despite the large cast the story always makes sense and is a really feel good movie. It does deal with a few dark themes but it does so in a very intelligent manner. Perhaps the best thing about the film are the few scenes Rowan Atkinson aka Mr Bean appears in as they steal the spotlight. Another classic holiday film.