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December 01, 2015
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'Love Actually' follows nine stories and a seemingly endless cast, all exploring themes of love. But there were several moments that just didn’t add up.

Love Actually follows nine stories and a seemingly endless cast, all exploring themes of love. But there were several moments that just didn’t add up.

  • They play it as a joke, but it’s fucking stupid that the children’s Nativity Play has more than one lobster.
  • The Walking Dead guy is a bad friend.
  • They’re missing a comma between Love and Actually.
  • That prolonged scene in a Blockbuster where Hugh debates whether or not there should be a late fee on the copy of Dunston Checks In that he rented.
  • What’s up with that scene where the author forces the maid he’s falling in love with to dig up and clean that corpse?
  • Keira Knightley is way too young to get married; I don’t care how British she is.
  • That kid learned drum skills in three weeks that I still don’t have after 20 years.
  • Laura Linney’s troubled brother just needs a handjob from somebody but no one ever says it.
  • It wasn’t Spring Breakers.
  • That scene where Hugh Grant keeps needling the American President about why he did 9/11.
  • I tried doing that poster thing outside someone’s door once and didn’t make it past the first poster before they asked me to stop — HUGE waste of money.
  • There are 34 goofs in this movie and every one of them haunts me to this day except for the continuity ones because that’s a tough job and it’s the holidays.
  • Didn’t care for the scene where the Jewish man is kicked out of the Christmas party.
  • That poor kid learned to play the drums, for what? A tiny smooch in an airport? Sorry, but you’re gonna have to do better than that.
  • The form of love portrayed in the film is consistently a simplistic, cynical approximation of the emotion humans actually feel meant to appeal to American juveniles in order to indoctrinate them into wanting the form of love that is easiest for capitalists to sell products against.
  • Liam Neeson doesn’t even try to seek revenge on his wife’s killer.
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