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Two Weeks Notice (Snapcase, Widescreen)

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Product Description

Opposites don't just attract - they hilariously banter, fuss, feud and collide when SANDRA BULLOCK plays an activist lawyer and HUGH GRANT is the eccentric tycoon who hires her in this romantic-comedy romp from the writer of Miss Congeniality

DVD Features:
Additional Scenes:Two new scenes
Audio Commentary:Feature-length audio commentary with branching gags by Sandra Bullock, Hugh Grant and Writer Marc Lawrence
Documentary:Visit the stars, moviemakers and New York City with "HBO First Look: The Making of 'Two Weeks Notice'"
Filmographies:Cast/Director Film Highlights
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Depending on how you liked this romantic comedy, you just might find more laughs in the delightful banter between the director and his two stars on the commentary track. Sandra Bullock and Hugh Grant join writer-director Marc Lawrence for a lively 102 minutes of conversation. Not much movie magic is discussed, but the three talents will sacrifice all for a good joke. It's best to watch the commentary track with the "Two Bleeps Notice" viewing option: when a heart appears on-screen, you can immediately view outtakes from that stage of the film. The flubs, on-set antics, and jokes are all guaranteed to bring a laugh. Other extras include two additional scenes (the wedding finale was judicially cut) and a HBO puff-piece on the making of the film. Yet the disc is a must-have for any fan of Bullock or Grant because it offers a chance to listen in on them; they're just as charming off-screen as on. --Doug Thomas

Special Features

  • Audio commentary with Sandra Bullock, Hugh Grant, and writer-director Marc Lawrence
  • Two additional scenes
  • "Two Bleeps Notice" viewing option--watch movie with access to gags and on-set antics
  • HBO First Look: The Making of Two Weeks Notice

Product Details

  • Actors: Sandra Bullock, Hugh Grant, Robert Klein, Alicia Witt
  • Producers: Sandra Bullock
  • Format: Closed-captioned, Digital Sound, Dolby, Widescreen
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 5.1)
  • Subtitles: English, French, Spanish
  • Dubbed: French
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: PG-13 (Parental Guidance Suggested)
  • Studio: Warner Bros. Pictures
  • Run Time: 102 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (462 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00008NRI8
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #83,736 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Two Weeks Notice (Snapcase, Widescreen)" on IMDb

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57 of 61 people found the following review helpful By MICHAEL ACUNA on January 7, 2003
Good, Light Romantic Comedies are few and far between as are actors capable of pulling them off. The days of Cary Grant, Marilyn Monroe, Katherine Hepburn, Carole Lombard, etc are long gone. Once in a while though, moviemakers come up with a good one and "Two Weeks Notice" is one of them: substantially helped along with the Charisma, Charm and talent of Sandra Bullock and Hugh Grant.
Even though I was a fan of Bullock's "Murder One," most want to see her only in these light comedies as in her hit last year with "Miss Congeniality." And Bullock has the business-savvy and intelligence to hire the best writers and directors as in Marc Lawrence here.
The story of "Two Weeks Notice" is a trifle: filled with witty repartee between Grant and Bullock and involving a love/hate relationship standard in this type of genre film. With so many of last year's films turning out so deadly serious, this is a relief and a palliative to all that earnestness. Ditto with J-Lo's "Maid in Manhattan."
"Two Weeks Notice will provide you with an hour-and-a-half of smart, funny dialogue performed by two of the best practitioners of this difficult art. And whereas many current comedies require that you leave your brain parked outside at the curb, this one requires that you bring it in the theater with you.
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36 of 39 people found the following review helpful By Tucker Andersen VINE VOICE on December 30, 2002
This is a throughly enjoyable, light as air movie that you should go to see when you just want to relax, smile a lot and spend some time watching Hugh Grant and Sandra Bullock have fun. No serious message, no real surprise twists and turns; but despite being totally formulaic it was a traet and we and the rest of the audience were often laughing out loud.
Sandra Bullock is Lucy, a dedicated environmental lawyer following in the "do good save the world" footsteps of her parents. Hugh Grant is the rich shallow playboy developer whose project she wants to halt. He shocks her by offering to hire her; they strike a deal to save her beloved Coney Island neighborhood center from the wrecker's ball in return for her becoming his counsel. Of course, she soon becomes his indispensable aide, eventually becomes disillusioned, and gives her TWO WEEKS NOTICE. Her relacement invokes jealousy in Lucy, the community center is about to be demolished due to George's brother's (and partner) efforts to make their project profitable after cost overruns, and Lucy heads back to her former life in her parent's cramped apartment.
Of course, what the moviegoers have always known is by now dawning on George and Lucy. Namely, they may be as different as day and night but will be miserable without each other. And, so, in the tradition of such feel good films, George overwhelms Lucy with the grand romantic gesture and after some initial confusion and ambilavence she eventually overcomes her doubts and recognizes her true feelings for him.
The pace is right, the jokes mostly work, and the supporting cast is more than adequate. So, go see this when you are in the mood for fun rather than adventure, drama, tension, action or deep meaning. It is about on par from the usual work of Bullock and Grant, but if you are a dedicated fan of either don't expect it to measure up to their best work; the material just isn't stong enough.
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31 of 35 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on December 20, 2002
I will begin by issuing a disclaimer. Like probably a million other heterosexual American men below the age of 65, I have a bit of a crush on Sandra Bullock. To paraphrase the line from "Jerry Maguire," she had me from hello, or at least when I first saw her in "While You Were Sleeping."
So, I eagerly went to see "Two Weeks Notice." I had fairly high expectations given the charisma of Bullock and Hugh Grant. By and large, I wasn't disappointed. It was not side-splittingly funny, but there were a number of moments where I chuckled or laughed out loud. The other people in the audience seemed to enjoy it too. I thought that Sandra Bullock did her trademark performance very well, that of the lonely girl next door that steals our hearts. Hugh Grant came across as a sympathetic and charming rogue. As a couple, I thought they looked good together.
Where I felt the movie was weak was a little on plot. I'm not picky, like movie critics who seem to spend their careers sneering at airy little pieces of fluff like "Two Weeks Notice." If you go to see a romantic comedy, you shouldn't go expecting brilliant plot twists. No, instead you go to watch a "feel good" story that's very predictable: Boy and girl meet cute. Boy and girl fall in love. Obstacles arise, but movie ends with boy and girl together.
This being said, there were a couple plot elements that didn't work. I for one did not buy Sandra Bullock as a compulsive over-eater. If she ate the volume of Chinese food we see her ordering several times in the movie she'd be a whale or bulimic, and her character was neither. I also thought that the scene where she got in a cat fight with her romantic rival was a wee bit implausible even for this kind of a film.
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Sandy Thompson on December 23, 2003
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This movie is hilarious and Sandra Bullock takes it a cut above the usual romantic comedy. Handsome Hugh Grant and quirky Sandra Bullock make up this thoroughly enjoyable movie, from Lucy (Bullock) ordering huge portions of Chinese and laying under wrecking balls in protest, to George (Grant) and his little boy attitude. A delightful watch. Enjoyed this movie as much or more than "While You Were Sleeping" also starring Bullock. A must see for a Sandra Bullock fan (me)!!!
Favorite Quotes:
Lucy Kelson: You are the most selfish human being on the planet!
George Wade: Well that's just silly. Have you met everyone on the planet?
George Wade: Well, we obviously can't leave you alone with that stapler.
Helen Wade: Would you like anything?
George Wade: I could really go for some Milk Duds.
Helen Wade: We don't have any, I could send out for one.
George Wade: Oh no, don't be ridiculous. If you're going to send out, get a whole box.
Lucy Kelson: Please don't tell me you called me out of a wedding to pick out a suit!
Enjoy the movie! You'll love it, promise!
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