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"Can the most famous film star in the world fall for the man on the street?"
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Anna seems a bit lonely even with all of the glamour and paparazzi that stalk her everywhere she goes. William Thacker, played by Hugh Grant lives in Notting Hill, a small neighborhood in London, England. Anna periodically visits the area for press releases and movie deals. When she unexpectedly pops into his bookstore, he has to impress her while trying to get a stolen book out of a shoplifter's trousers!

Anna moves in a fast paced lifestyle that is suddenly halted by an orange juice. The orange juice flinging gentleman is William Thacker. Sparks of romance fly, but the road to love is hampered by William's git of a roommate, and Anna's stressful lifestyle.

If you've ever wondered what just might happen if your favorite movie star would be forced to spend some time with you, this is a clever example. Would they fall in love with you? Would you be able to believe it? Well you don't have to feel insecure, William does it for you. Eventually Anna Scott settles down to find she has fallen for William. Once she makes that comittment, he is a believer!

The romance is on again off again and William's heart is easily cast aside. William visits one of the movie sets that Anna works on and listens to her private conversations. When Anna tries to protect William from Hollywood gossip, it sets the relationship back so far that it is almost irretrievable!

Notting Hill is an Romance, Comedy, Drama movie that was released in 1999 and has a run time of 2 hr 4 min. It has received moderate reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 7.1 and a MetaScore of 68.

Where do I stream Notting Hill online? Notting Hill is available to watch and stream, buy on demand at Amazon, Google Play, Apple TV, YouTube VOD, Vudu online. Some platforms allow you to rent Notting Hill for a limited time or purchase the movie and download it to your device.

| 1999 | 2 hr 4 min | 7.1/10 | 68/100
Julia Roberts, Hugh Grant, Richard McCabe, Rhys Ifans
Roger Michell
Produced By
Duncan Kenworthy

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