One of my girlfriend's favorite films of all time, and I can certainly see the adorableness that is "Notting Hill." It was a little raunchier than I expected a PG-13 romcom to be, but I felt it gave it that edge. Hugh Grant plays the same really handsome misfit who somehow hasn't found love he usually plays, but if it's not broke don't fix it. The man is charming, and he and Julia Roberts do have chemistry in a sometimes ridiculous film. While the plot is Hollywood questionable, the dialogue sparks in many scenes, including that heartbreaking climax where Roberts reminds Grant that she's just not a Hollywood actress. There's a streaming sadness that runs through her Anna Scott that the very adept Roberts taps in to. Rhys Ifans steals the show as lovably lewd loser Spike. All of the characters in the cast will snatch your heart at one point or another. It's the same guy who wrote "Love Actually," but unlike that syrupy film, I can see where people actually love "Notting Hill." It hit all the familiar 90's romantic comedy beats, but it's a fine two hours for date night.