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Music and Lyrics

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  • Haley Bennett – Buddha’s Delight HD from Music and Lyrics 2007
  • Meaningless kiss – soundtrack Music & Lyrics, Hugh Grant
  • Way back into love (with subtitles)
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Customer Reviews

Rom-com’s don’t have to make sense!

26 people found this helpful.
 on 16 August 2007
By CJR
I watched this on the plane and made a complete fool of myself by laughing aloud. Frequently. (Don’t you hate it when no one else in the vicinity is wearing headphones?!) It is frothy and would never happen in real life, but isn’t that what romantic comedies are all about? Hugh Grant is lovely in this, with none of the usual arrogance associated with his typical characters. Drew Barrymore is as always fabulous if a bit eccentric. I really really enjoyed this and so will anyone who is up for some light-hearted laughs and a bit of romance.

Surprisingly Good

20 people found this helpful.
 on 5 October 2007
By Johnentwistlespout
I cannot believe I am giving this four stars. I fully expected this to be a Hugh-Grant-Romcom-of-Diminishing-Returns vehicle, but actually this is surprising for a number of reasons; 1) the musical mcguffin isnt a simple mcguffin at all, the plot really is about two people trying to write a song, 2) the songs are actually pretty good and certainly better than most of the dross that turns up in your average “musical”, 3) there are some class 80s pastiches and 4)this doesnt follow the simplistic romcom get-together-fall-in-love-split-up-get-back-together template. At the end of the day this is a pretty good nights entertainment and unless you find Mr Grant completely unwatchable then Id give it a go (hats off by the way to Hugh for some pretty good singing). Recommended.

Five Stars

 on 22 May 2017
By Miss Samantha Summerfield
Ok

Four Stars

 on 26 April 2017
By Tetra
Great

Five Stars

 on 11 April 2015
By Nicky
Great!

But one of the better ones. Good seller I use them a lot

 on 1 June 2017
By Amazon Customer
Chick flick. But one of the better ones. Good seller I use them a lot.

Five Stars

 on 20 May 2017
By Sarahkate
Hugh is gold

I laughed all the way through- Pop goes my heart!!!

15 people found this helpful.
 on 11 May 2007
By Ms A Robinson
I loved this film. Not only do you hear Hugh Grant and Drew Barrymore sing but there are plently of laughs too. The older sister Rhonda provides a lot of them. Also some of the end credits footage give reference to other music facts etc. I loved the irony and the singing.

‘no one grows up in Florida – unless they’re an orange’

2 people found this helpful.
 on 18 July 2016
By schumann_bg
Music and Lyrics is quite an enjoyable caper, but slightly runs out of steam after a very good start. It is a bit like a modern update of two Mickey Rooney films rolled into one: Words and Music, about the musical partnership of Rodgers and Hart, but the Hart character is here played by a woman, in which sense it is more like Babes on Broadway, in which Rooney starred with Judy Garland. The similarities extend to the look of the film, unfortunately, which is too talk-oriented and has too many fairly flat, rather over-filled interiors. However the stars here are better, I think – Hugh Grant is particularly successful as a washed-up 80s pop star in the Wham mode, Alex Fletcher, and the satirical musical performances are hilarious. There are quite a few funny lines. Drew Barrymore stars as the love interest who has a natural aptitude for writing lyrics, and she brings considerable charm to Sophie, while Kristen Johnston is scene-stealing as her sister who seems to still have a teenage crush on Alex. The tension needed to create drama in the romance feels a bit contrived, and at this point you feel that the whole premise is a bit thin. However the two stars have enough charm to keep it afloat, if lacking the bite of Marc Lawrence’s more recent film pairing Grant with Marisa Tomei, The Rewrite.

Five Stars for a Silly Romance? Yes!

6 people found this helpful.
 on 15 February 2007
By A.Trendl HungarianBookstore.com
Sure. Why not? The first question in assessing a movie’s merit is does it do as intended?
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