27th Nov 2014
prime minister and love interest in love actually
You either love Love Actually, or you find it an overblown feast of piled-upon schmaltz that even that scene of Hugh Grant dancing to Girls Aloud cannot forgive. If you fall into the latter boo hiss camp you are going to really enjoy this honest trailer of the Richard Curtis rom com, which dissects some possibly worrying plot lines. The Prime Minister firing the tea lady because he fancies her too much? Almost certainly breaking a few employment laws. Even those of you who think showing up at your married crush’s house with some confessional signage is the ultimate in romantic gestures will appreciate this honest trailer’s lampooning of the now-eleven-years-old romantic comedy.
Should we maybe replace this Christmas ritual movie with another yuletide hit? Let us know your suggestions in the comments below!
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