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      Two Weeks Notice

      2002, Romance/Comedy, 1h 41m

      124 Reviews 250,000+ Ratings

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      Though Two Weeks Notice has nothing new to add to the crowded genre, Hugh Grant and Sandra Bullock make the movie a pleasant, if predictable, sit. Read critic reviews

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      Movie Info

      Dedicated environmental lawyer Lucy Kelson (Sandra Bullock) goes to work for billionaire George Wade (Hugh Grant) as part of a deal to preserve a community center. Indecisive and weak-willed George grows dependent on Lucy's guidance on everything from legal matters to clothing. Exasperated, Lucy gives notice and picks Harvard graduate June Carter (Alicia Witt) as her replacement. As Lucy's time at the firm nears an end, she grows jealous of June and has second thoughts about leaving George.

      • Rating: PG-13

      • Genre: Romance, Comedy

      • Original Language: English

      • Director: Marc Lawrence

      • Producer: Sandra Bullock

      • Writer: Marc Lawrence

      • Release Date (Theaters):  wide

      • Release Date (Streaming):

      • Box Office (Gross USA): $93.3M

      • Runtime:

      • Distributor: Warner Bros. Pictures

      • Sound Mix: Surround

      Cast & Crew

      Hugh Grant
      Alicia Witt
      Dana Ivey
      Robert Klein
      David Haig
      Mary McLaglen
      Bruce Berman
      László Kovács
      Peter S. Larkin
      Susan E. Morse
      John Powell
      Gary Jones

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      • Feb 14, 2016
        I am always a fan of anything with Sandra Bullock and whilst this was not her best movie it was entertaining enough and was funny in places.
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      • Dec 10, 2014
        This is a romantic comedy just like every other romantic comedy. It is actually a little better than some romantic comedies because there are good one liners. Overachieving women with zero current boyfriends will be able to relate to Lucy's orders for Chinese. "No, it's an order for one. Always for one."
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      • Feb 12, 2014
        This romantic comedy starring Hugh Grant and Sandra Bullock, written and directed by Marc Lawrence, was watchable to degree which allowed me to appreciate the chemistry of the actors. It seems that for this movie response can be mixed, depending on how much do you like the actors. The film received a successful box office run globally, because it was an easy going and not very deep (I didn't want to use the word shallow), and somehow fits the most of the fantasies of the younger generations. The story is about Lucy Kelson (Sandra Bullock), a liberal lawyer who specializes in environmental law in New York City, and George Wade (Hugh Grant), an immature (and very ignorant) billionaire real estate tycoon who has almost everything. Lucy's hard work and devotion to others contrast sharply with George's world-weary recklessness and greed. When two of them meet it was Lucy's attempt to stop the destruction of the Coney Island community centre from her childhood. To do that she agrees to replace his old Chief Counsel, Amber, ignoring his playboy tendencies... but it doesn't go as planned! The film opened at No. 2 at the U.S. Box office, raking in USD$ 14,328,494 in its opening weekend, behind The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers. It had a total domestic gross of $93,354,851 and an overall gross of $199,043,242. I bet Sandra Bullock as a producer was very happy! It is for the fans - and if you don't like the actors it could be annoying... if you like them, do not miss it. Nothing special in it, everything is pretty smooth in directing and in writing, and acting was very professional. That is all I can say.
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      • Jun 30, 2013
        I found this on Netflix and considered it worth the chance due to my fondness of both Bullock and Grant. The two lead characters are quite good but what undermines the good work is a thin plot storyline and the lack of chemistry the characters share. They didn't deserve the rom com ending and I was a little frustrated by the forced conclusion. The film tries very hard to create a fun and likable romantic comedy but Bullock doesn't seem all that interested with the film. She normally nails the slapstick goofy character but here, the character is too intelligent and liked by most. Grant never feels comfortable in the role and attempts a more normal character compared to the bumbling characters he normally portrays. Not without moments but unfortunately it doesn't work for me and I normally enjoy a rom com with some funny awkward moments. 02-07-2017.
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