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‘Love, Actually’: Plot, Cast, and Where to Watch Online

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It’s the holiday season, and many viewers have the movie Love on their to-watch lists. But where can we stream this holiday romance?

Love premiered at the theatres on November 26th, 2003, just in time for the holiday season. Although it has an average score from critics over at Rotten Tomatoes (64%), it has evolved into a Christmas classic for the hopeless romantics. In a world ruled by streaming platforms, there is no need for a Blu-ray or DVD copy to rewatch movies, and they can now be purchased, rented, and even watched for free.

What is Love, Actually, about?

The holiday romance contains nine stories that interweave at one point or another. What they all have in common is that they share the emotion of Love. Some viewers felt that there were too many stories to keep up with. While it does feel a little overstuffed, it’s still a lovely romantic ride with many iconic moments and memes you may have seen.

Who stars in Love?

Love is not only stuffed with stories, but it also involves a star-studded cast. A few names that are involved in the cast are –
Hugh Grant,
Billy Bob Thornton,
Colin Firth,
Alan Rickman,
Emma Thompson,
Liam Neeson,
Keira Knightley,
Andrew Lincoln,
Martin Freeman.

Where is Love, Actually streaming online?

The movie is currently streaming on Peacock and AMC+, and the AMC network also has numerous scheduled airings for the film.

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