Two Weeks Notice
Comedy • PG-13 • 2002 • 1 hr 41 min
I wished they played up the chemistry specifically Hugh but besides that its rather decent. Not a bad 2000's romcom
A really cute romcom. I really loved this one
It’s not that it’s bad because I remember it being quite good although it’s a bit forgettable. Bit predictable but nice romcom
I love Sandra Bullock rom coms! They're just so very charming.
Sandra Bullock and Hugh Grant acted well as they always do, but the story unfolds in a predictable pattern. The usual rom-com, nothing more.
Super cheesy but I enjoyed it. A good Saturday afternoon film to throw on that doesn’t require much attention. Cute love story too 💞
Amazing rom-com, I fell in love with Hugh Grant watching it.
Enjoyed it as a comfortable movie thats easy to watch!
Another romcom movie. Forgettable, yet nice enough to watch it.
Not a bad movie but definitely very cliche romance movie. Two great actors so no complaints on that front.
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