Richard Curtis

Plus, the Tom Cruise joke that got cut from the Beatles-inspired film and Sarah Silverman's key contribution to the script.
Hugh Grant and Andie MacDowell return and "not everything will go as planned," screenwriter Richard Curtis said.
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Common threads of a romantic movie a man will watch: The screenplay is written by men, the film is told from the man's perspective and the male lead behaves like a man would in real life and the ending of the film is redemptive.
The writing is wonderful. The casting and acting is spot on. But what else could we expect from Writer/Director Richard Curtis?
About Time is a romantic comedy -- a genre I feel is fading in quality and relevance as repetition, the modern realities of relationships, and the myth of couples living "happily ever after" have exposed the shallowness of the genre's clichés.
Time travel is a tricky thing. It's a go-to plot device for movies that want to throw anachronistic conceits into a story
The short answer for why the best part of "Love Actually" is the relationship between Billy Mack and Joe, his manager, is
Was there any song you couldn't get? No, but there's a Nick Cave song, "Into My Arms," in the film. Bill says, "I wanted
I heard a lot of critics sniff at the inclusion of Richard Curtis' About Time in this year's New York Film Festival. The same cadre, no doubt, uses Curtis' Love, Actually as an example of what's wrong with romantic comedy.