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Some goofball critic at Rotten Tomatoes said this: "Plenty of entertainment in this well acted ensemble comedy that Robert Altman could easily have put his name on." Somewhere, Robert Altman is preparing bloody vengeance from beyond the grave for this particular critic. This - to me - is like saying that "Grown Ups" would have been a fine addition to Fellini's canon. Imagine making a film out of the loglines from ten awful romantic comedies and you have "Love Actually." But this is a film that is well worth watching in order for the discerning viewer to vent his or her spleen while yelling as a constant parade of well known actors prove that when it comes to reciting garbage, not even a nice English accent can cover the stench. Watch it and see which love story irritates you the most. Is it the porn body doubles who talk sweetly as they simulate on-camera sex? Is it the brilliant writer who falls head over heels for his cleaning lady?Is it the story that sees Prime Minister Hugh Grant realizing that he can't live without his buxom aide? Is it the bromance between the old glam rocker and his long-suffering manager? No cliche is unutilized, no logic is applied, no cheap sentimentality is unexploited. Worth watching for the funeral scene where Liam Neeson's wife's coffin is carried out of the church to the strains of the Bay City Rollers.