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NEW Kate & Leopold (DVD)

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Kate & Leopold

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Lighten up with Kate and Leo April 29 2003
By A Customer
As long as you're not an uptight person as some other reviewers seem to be, you'll like this movie. We're not all professional film critics - although this movie did receive two thumbs up - so the rest of us who just watch a movie for entertainment purposes will enjoy Kate and Leopold. Not an oscar winner by any means, but still a cute romantic comedy worth seeing. It is entertaining and I believe that is the purpose of watching a movie - to be entertained by it, not pick it to pieces and over analyze it. Lighten up with Kate and Leopold and just enjoy the film! I would buy this movie.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great movie! July 5 2014
Format:Blu-ray|Verified Purchase
Great movie! Watched it many times.
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5.0 out of 5 stars A lovely romantic story Sept. 8 2013
By Maurice
Format:Blu-ray|Verified Purchase
Two different eras confronted by accident, giving birth to a lovely romantic love story. I cannot recommend more this Blu-Ray or DVD version of it. You will enjoy tremendously watching the story unfolding.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Loved it! Aug. 23 2013
By Bonni
Format:Blu-ray|Verified Purchase
I have always loved this movie and the clarity and colour of the blue ray was great. I would recommend it .
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By Mike London TOP 100 REVIEWER
While Meg Ryan has contributed some worthy movies to the "chick flick" genre, KATE AND LEOPOLD falls woefully short of "good movie" status. While not a complete nadir, KATE AND LEOPOLD serves up yet another formulaic movie that offers no real surprises and makes us wonder why Ryan plays a role in a film as uninspiring as this. Not that the acting is bad, because it's not. The real problem is the story itself.

Stuart (Live Scheiber), an inventor and Kate's ex, discovers a time wormhole and travels back to 1876 New York. Leopold (X Men's Hugh Jackman), who invented elevators, chases him from his uncle's house, where he is to announce his bride to be, back through the wormhole into modern day New York. Leopold was to marry into money since his family has run short of funds. The rest of the movie shows Leopold adjusting to the modern world and wooing Kate (Ryan) off her feet. The first half plays like a natural "fish out of water" story. Stuart conviently has an elevator accident, getting him out of the majority of the movie. Also making an appearance, Charlie (Breckin Meyer), Kate's brother, spends a lot of time with Leopold, thinking him another actor. Beware: spoiler ahead. If you know anything about films, it's obvious how this is going to end, so it's not really a spoiler. Kate and Leopold go back to 1876 New York to live happily ever after.

The biggest problems I had with this movie was the uneasy mixture of science fiction and romance. The exact same story could have been told without involving time-travel. An excellent film in its own right, Splash took the "fish out of water" story and succeeded quite admirably. Here, the science fiction is little more than a gimmick to dress up a rather formulaic story.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Mauvaise information June 12 2013
By LiLy
Format:DVD|Verified Purchase
Je l'ai commandé pensant et ayant lu qu'il était en français, mais quand je l'ai reçu et mis dans mon dvd je me suis rendu compte qu'il n'y avait pas le fançais. Donc, j'ai retourné le dvd.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars How original. A time travelling romantic comedy. May 13 2003
This is one of those pieces of film reviled by males the world over: A MEG RYAN ROMANTIC COMEDY. E[...]
KATE AND LEOPOLD sees Ryan playing herself as usual, but cleverly cast as an advertising executive in present day. Meanwhile in the 19th century a Duke named Leopold (Hugh Jackman) stumbles across a portal that brings him into the 21st Century. Obviously, given the title, their paths cross and despite the 200 year time space, they fall in love; as always happens in a Meg Ryan movie.
Jackman was good as usual, and I kept wondering why he wasted his time with this fluff. Meg Ryan on the other hand, is Meg Ryan; so she just basically stands around with her hair all mussed up looking cute for the entire movie. I kept expecting a little old lady to walk on in every other scene and pinch her cheek and make baby noises about what a cutesy-wutesy she is. Yes, she izzy wizzy.
DVD extras include a choice of viewing either the original cut or Director's Cut of the movie, an On Set feature, deleted scenes, director's commentary, photo gallery, a feature about the costume design and a Sting music video. If you're a woman, you'll probably love KATE AND LEOPOLD, but guys should steer clear. ...
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3.0 out of 5 stars Don't look for historical fact! May 13 2005
As someone who knows a bit of history, the movie was spoiled a bit for me when the used a real character from history - HRH The Prince Leopold, Duke of Albany, who had a real wife and real family. I would have prefered them to use a fictitious British prince instead of a real one. It would have saved me nitpicking this film.
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