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Richard Curtis: Genius
Six Weddings and Two Funerals: Three Screenplays by Richard Curtis
"His three genre-defining scripts, in one volume."
The Boat That Rocked [Blu-ray] [Region Free]
The Boat That Rocked
The Girl in the Cafe  [DVD]
"A beautifully observed romantic tale that gradually develops into a powerful political statement. Part of the the Live 8/Make Poverty History campaign, which he was centrally involved in."
Love Actually [Blu-ray] [Region Free]
"Curtis's directorial debut. A warm-hearted romantic comedy epic, performed by a stunningly gifted cast, bursting with gorgeous photography of London at Xmas."
Love Actually: Film Script
"Beautifully illustrated, with an introduction and deleted scenes, just like Curtis's previous script books."
"Richard Curtis makes cheerful pop songs the heart of his films. Love Actually adds Xmas music into the mix as well as Craig Armstrong's stunning score."
Notting Hill [Blu-ray]
"Curtis's most all-around brilliant film so far. If you're a completist, get the DVD as well, it features a great, lively commentary that's not on the Blu-Ray."
"One of the most perfectly written romantic comedies of all time."
Notting Hill: Music from the motion picture
"While almost half the songs aren't even in the film, those that are make this a must buy for Curtis fans."
Four Weddings and a Funeral [DVD] 
"Finally, the Special Edition this film has long deserved. Commentary, deleted scenes, featurettes, the works."
Four Weddings and a Funeral: The Screenplay from the No.1 Smash Hit Comedy
"A high quality, illustrated edition. Out of print, but relatively easy to find."
Four Weddings & A Funeral
"More tracks than the American CD, but annoyingly has dialogue over the beginning of many of the songs"
Four Weddings & Funeral / O.S.
"A better alternative, but missing the lovely score suite on the UK CD"
Bridget Jones Diary [Blu-ray][Region Free]
"Only co-written, it's true, but bears Curtis's unmistakable touch in its witty dialogue, loving use of pop music and quirky circle of friends. The DVD is positively loaded with extras."
The Tall Guy [DVD]
"The first Curtis rom-com. A bit uneven and not as cinematic as the later films, but a fascinating look at where the whole one-man-genre began."
The Vicar of Dibley Collection [DVD] 
"Curtis's hugely entertaining 1990's sitcom, with Dawn French giving a totally winning performance, manages to treat faith quite seriously without being preachy."
The "Vicar of Dibley": The Great Big Companion to Dibley
"A fun keepsake for fans. Scripts to 14 of the show's 16 episodes. (Why they left off two is beyond me)"
Blackadder - The Complete Collection [DVD]
Blackadder: The Whole Damn Dynasty
Bean - the Ultimate Disaster Movie [DVD] 
"Atkinson is delightfully, brilliantly goofy and the script is witty and intelligent. Not very cinematic, it feels like a 90 minute TV movie, but fun."
Bean: The Script Book
"Nicely illustrated, with an introduction by Curtis and numerous deleted scenes. This one suffers, however, from the fact that most of Mr. Bean's gags are stunningly unfunny described dryly on the page"
"An odd mix of pop songs, with film dialogue played over their beginnings and ends. Worth picking up only for the lovely orchestral Bean Theme by regular Curtis collaborator Howard Goodall"
Robbie The Reindeer Collector's Edition - Hooves of Fire/Legend of the Lost Tribe [DVD]
"Hilariously wacky Xmas special that's aimed as much at adults as kids"
Bernard and the Genie [VHS] 
"Richard Curtis obviously loves Christmas. Lenny Henry is hysterical as a genie, let out of his bottle after 2000 years, who revels in the excesses of modern life while granting Alan Cumming's wishes"
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