9º – Notting Hill (Roger Michell, 1999)A young man, owner of a small book store in England, ends up, by mere chance, meeting one of the greatest film actresses in the world. The film gains its dynamism when the two form a loving bond and begin to face the dilemmas of their social positions. Light and entertaining, this romantic comedy manages to trap the spectator during all of its 124 minutes, taking advantage of the talent and chemistry of the cast, with the duo Julia Roberts and Hugh Grant.
8º – How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days (Donald Petrie, 2003)A man and a woman start a different relationship: each one (without the other knowing it) is subject to a bet against the other about the duration of this novel. Perhaps the great romantic comedy of the 2000s, ‘How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days’ defined several of the future paths to subgenre, working with various improved concepts from the previous decade.
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