The movie The Holiday

CanItBeChristineCanItBeChristine Posts: 6,343Registered Users
I spent this rainy day watching it. I thought it was super-adorable!

I have loved Kate Winslet since Sense and Sensibility, and I've never been a Jude Law fan, but he absolutely won me over in this role.

And the ending is so cute...loved it!


  • JayneeJaynee Posts: 2,039Registered Users Curl Neophyte
    I love that movie too! I caught the last half hour on HBO this afternoon (after seeing it twice in the past) and it's still just as cute!

  • NetGNetG Posts: 8,116Registered Users
    I loved that movie!

    But I love crummy cheesy sap love story movies.
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  • sexyjacksparrowsexyjacksparrow Posts: 439Registered Users
    I love this movie too. I've never been a fan of Law or Diaz so didn't think I'd enjoy their half of the story, but I loved it all. I love these sorts of cheesy films!

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  • MichelleBFTMichelleBFT Posts: 4,812Registered Users
    Cheesy, completely impossible premise... but yeah, I watched it last year and enjoyed it. I'm such a girl sometimes.
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