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Red Nose Day Actually (2017)

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After 13 years, the cast of Love Actually reunite to pick up from where they are now.

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After 13 years, the cast of Love Actually reunite to pick up from where they are now.

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second part | sequel | See All (2) »

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Very charitable. Very comedy. See more »

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Short | Comedy | Romance

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25 May 2017 (USA)  »

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День красных носов  »

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Due to time constraints, some characters from the original film were omitted. According to Richard Curtis, his own daughters were particularly upset when they were told that Kris Marshall would not be reprising his role as Colin. See more »

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At 3:40, when prime minister falls on the stairs, you can see that he's not Hugh Grant. At the bottom of the stairs, the stuntman's face is even blurred. See more »

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Referenced in Good Morning Britain: Episode dated 27 March 2017 (2017) See more »

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Actually not that bad. Lovely even
2 April 2017 | by See all my reviews

Like other people I was a bit sceptical when this sequel to 'Love Actually', one of the most beloved Christmas films ever, was announced. As much fun as it would be to revisit the characters, it seemed a bit of a gimmick, albeit it one for a good cause.

I should have had more faith in writer Richard Curtis though, who manages to pen a great 10 minute sequel, that does more in its short length than I think a 90 minute version could have done.

Much like the original film it's warm, it's funny, and it also quite brilliantly pokes fun at the iconic moments from the original film.

It was great fun. Well done to all involved.


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