Red Nose Day Actually

2017 "Love Continues"
7.1| 0h15m| PG| en| More Info
Released: 24 March 2017 Released
Producted By: BBC Film
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Fourteen years after the events of the first film, a series of encounters between people in Britain reminds us that in these different times Love, actually exists.

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Cortechba Overrated
VeteranLight I don't have all the words right now but this film is a work of art.
Platicsco Good story, Not enough for a whole film
Stellead Don't listen to the Hype. It's awful
lilpurpleangel Hilarious, silly even, short sequel to Love Actually. Quick mini updates on most of the main characters. I do believe though, that if I did not have such a great sense of humor, and were I not still a huge fan of the original movie, my rating would not be nearly so high for Love Actually 2.
Duc Hoang Kim I remember the first time watching "Love Actually" was 2011, hiding in the blanket so that my mom could not know that I hadn't sleep in midnight. And this film has changed my life, my point of view about love. It really stays around us, if we know how to feel it.6 years later and I know about "Red nose day, actually". Only with a few starting song, all of my memories flow back (despite the fact that I have saved and watch LA movie over and over and over). I feel like seeing an old friend again. Once and for all. Although being released on a hot summer day, I think it will touch the heart of many people, including me.
studioAT 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.
Horst in Translation ( "Red Nose Day Actually" is a 15-minute live action short film from the UK that aired a week ago (March 2017) for the first time and shows us how things have changed in the last 1.5 decades for the protagonists from the very successful "Love Actually". So we get to see Neeson, Grant, Knightley, Firth and others in here once again reprising their roles from (even today) one of the most beloved Christmas films of all time. The very first scene was my favorite right away. I did not remember the actor from "The Walking Dead" was actually in "Love Actually" and boy I also did not remember how young Keira Knightley was back when this film came out. Anyway, back to this one here, it gets a bit weaker after the first scene, but it's still pretty solid and I recommend checking it out, especially to the biggest "Love Actually" fans. Those really don't want to miss out. Oh yeah writer and director is of course again Richard Curtis and looking at how rarely he directed anything this is quite an honor, even if these 15 minutes probably also mean we will never be getting a LA sequel. Shame. But we take what we can get. See it, a really nice idea for this year's Red Nose Day.