Hugh Grant is William Thacker or Will for many who own a self-reliant travel bookstore in Notting Hill. He is already divorced and imparted his house with an uninhibited Welshman and eccentric, known as Spike performed by Rhys Ifans. Will meet Anna Scott performed by Julia Roberts, the Hollywood superstar who enters into his shop to purchase a book. Later that, they bump in the street, and Will orange juice spills on Anna’s clothes. Will proposed his house that is near so that Anna can change. Before leaving, she rashly kissed him.
Notting Hill is a movie that proves only one thing; that joke lies in the strangest place. This movie is a brilliant vehicle for Anna or Julia Roberts to place her personal life as an actress into the microscope. While Anna Scott’s character is not an autobiographical outline, the Scott personality permits for some sharp satire on the life of Julia Roberts herself. Aside from the tiny bit of satire, Huge Grant's personality plays on the feelings of each guy who has ever unreasonable fell into, spill an orange juice-on, miss out on, and falling in-love into. Roberts personality can only assist us to understand how a connection as one Roberts and Grant share in the film, could be really strange, but absolutely nice. A very nice and recommended movie that you surely should not miss to watch.