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Two Weeks Notice [DVD] [2003] [Region 1] [US Import] [NTSC]

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  • Actors: Sandra Bullock, Hugh Grant, Alicia Witt, Dana Ivey, Robert Klein
  • Directors: Marc Lawrence
  • Writers: Marc Lawrence
  • Producers: Sandra Bullock, Bruce Berman, Mary McLaglen, Scott Elias
  • Format: Anamorphic, Closed-captioned, Colour, Dolby, Dubbed, DVD-Video, Subtitled, Widescreen, NTSC
  • Language: English, French
  • Subtitles: English, French, Spanish
  • Dubbed: French
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9 - 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: PG-13 (Parental Guidance Suggested) (US MPAA rating. See details.)
  • Studio: Warner Home Video
  • DVD Release Date: 29 April 2003
  • Run Time: 101 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (60 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00008NRI8
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 226,451 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)


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Opposites don't just attract - they hilariously banter, fuss, feud and collide when SANDRA BULLOCK plays an activist lawyer and HUGH GRANT is the eccentric tycoon who hires her in this romantic-comedy romp from the writer of Miss Congeniality DVD Features:Additional Scenes:Two new scenesAudio Commentary:Feature-length audio commentary with branching gags by Sandra Bullock, Hugh Grant and Writer Marc LawrenceDocumentary:Visit the stars, moviemakers and New York City with "HBO First Look: The Making of 'Two Weeks Notice'"Filmographies:Cast/Director Film HighlightsInteractive MenusScene AccessTheatrical Trailer


Although Sandra Bullock and Hugh Grant display little on-screen romantic chemistry in Two Weeks Notice, by having them do what they do best the film manages to work around the missing key ingredient. Bullock is on top form as a bumbling but clever woman who is left ashore by her eco-warrior boyfriend and begins to work (against her better judgement) for Grant, the well-spoken and charming yet inept public face of a multi-million-pound building empire. Although sparks conspicuously fail to fly between them, the two make for genial pals and, as a result, the fact that little romance is evident until the end is actually a bonus.

It would be easy to dismiss this as just another Hollywood star vehicle, a formulaic rom-com that could have been produced anytime in the last 50 years or so. But it is impossible to deny that, although offering nothing new, the script does at least work well. In casting the stars exactly to type, making no social comment and leaving the audience happily gorged on feel-good vibes by the end, if nothing else Two Weeks Notice at least offers universal appeal. --Nikki Disney --This text refers to an alternate DVD edition.

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22 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Suzanne Moore VINE VOICE on 3 Sep 2003
Format: DVD
This is your general feel-good film, fairly predictable in its plot line but it still manages to entertain, especially with two of the best romantic comedy actors working together at last. Hugh Grant is brillant as the extremely wealthy and childish George Wade and Sandra Bullock as the down to earth woman determined to save as much of the world as she can! No two people could be more opposite but this film just goes on to show that opposites attract. Everyone one around the two characters know that they're perfect for each other but it takes the prospect of losing each other for them to realise that they're perfect for each other. A brillant film to watch if you're feeling down and one that you could watch time and time again and still love.
Not to mention the extras on the DVD, it's worth buying the DVD just to see Hugh Grant and Sandra Bullock in hysterics in the 'bloopers'.
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 1 Oct 2003
Format: VHS Tape
Well.. I don't like romantic comedies, I don't like Hugh Grant films and I don't like Sandra Bullock films, so you can imagine my mood when I was pestered into watching this.
To my astonishment, I enjoyed it.
If you're expecting originality or complex plot, forget it. Like all romantic storylines since the original Cinderella (if there was ever an original version of such an overdone story that is), you know what's going to happen. These types of films seem to be more about how they get to the end than what the ending is.
If you expect a different style of acting from Grant and Bullock to everything they've done before, then forget it. These parts could have been written for these two actors, it's character concepts they're familiar with.
If you're expecting extreme sentimentality, forget it. Yeah, it's a romance film that doesn't get sappy. Maybe that's why I liked it.
So, in short, you have an eccentric billionaire boss who lives in the shadow of his older brother and therefore rather bored with his life, and like most bored people makes everyone else's life around him a living nightmare just to spice things up. He's fully aware of his faults and fully aware noone will call him on it too.
Cue the environmentalist champion of the common man who's determined to show the world non-scummy lawyers can exist, who has her own eccentric quirks and baggage and is determined to thwat his plans by any means necessary.
Good points: Along with all the character flaws both Wade and Kelson have, the film is careful to develop redeemable character traits along the way as well, making both characters human rather than unsalvageably neurotic. Very human infact, I know people in real life like these two.
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17 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Mr. P. McCready on 6 Dec 2005
Format: DVD
Okay, I took one look at the case for this film, which sat on my sister's shelf, and thought 'I know exactly what will happen - Hugh Grant will play his usual bumbling but ultimately charming self, and will at the end of the 97 minute running time have won the heart of the female lead, after lukewarm humour for 60 minutes followed by 30 minutes of serious romantic issues.' Well, that's the template for any romantic comedy isn't it? And certainly it is for practically anything starring Hugh Grant!
But, even knowing what to expect, I decided to sit and watch it one winter afternoon, tissues in hand (for my cold I feel compelled to point out) and enjoy. Well I'm here to tell you that this rom-com, whilst still sticking with the time-honoured (some would say time-worn) template, still manages to be genuinely funny and charming - something I found lacking in the majority of both Hugh Grant films and generic romantic comedies. Hugh Grant does play himself as usual, but with what seems more assurance and confidence than the norm, and less of the bumbling and stuttering that we have come to associate with everyone's favourite quintessentially English rom-com actor who isn't Mr Darcy.
Okay, this was never going to trouble Oscar, but that's not why people want to see a film like this, neither will it be for dazzling special effects or a gripping narrative. But it's comfortable pace, simple but sweet plot and gentle comedy make it the perfect Sunday afternoon film to watch in front of the fire (especially if you have a cold - a feel-good film is just what you need, and this film fits the bill nicely).
However, there are some, (in fact, frequent) sharp and funny one-liners peppering this film.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Helen on 2 Dec 2009
Format: DVD Verified Purchase

I love every minute of this Romcom. The first time I watched it, I felt maybe it needed a few more sparks, but on second viewing I decided it's perfect just as it is. After all, why must every Romcom be full of angst?

Lucy Kelston is a lawyer who stands up for the rights of ordinary people. She has a boyfriend who's never around as he's too busy trying to save the world or something. So she lives alone and eats alone. She has this huge appetite but always has to end when ordering the Takeaway with, "No. Just for one."

She finds herself working for the very kind of company that walks all over ordinary people when it suits them. We couldn't see her ever joining such a company in the ordinary way, but she was persuaded by the company owner's front man - brother George, who takes a liking to Lucy when she harangues him about his company's latest mean scheme. So he persuades her to work for him - and thereby get control of the company's massive charity budget which she can deal with just as she likes. Hilarious scenes follow!

However, Lucy soon finds out George wants his lawyer to be his personal PA who pampers him and advises him on everything, day or night. This isn't feisty Lucy's idea of a worthwhile job, so after he's dragged her away from a wedding to advise him on what to wear to an event, she resigns. George is dismayed as he's now deeply dependent on her but eventually accepts she's going to leave.
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