Thursday Movie Picks Romance Tropes Edition: Famous Person and Non-Famous Person Romance

Hey, guys!
Welcome to another entry for Thursday Movie Picks.
It’s a series hosted by Wandering Through the Shelves, so if you want to join the party, head over to her blog! It’s pretty easy: check out each week’s topic and come up with 3 to 5 movies that fit the theme.
Continuing the February Romance Tropes Edition, we’re going to talk about non-famous and famous person romance films. I accidentally turned this into a list of Hugh Grant movies, but whatever ammiright? 😅

#1 Notting Hill

The first one that came to mind, and one that I expect to be very popular this week is Notting Hill. In my brain that’s the OG movie for today’s theme!

#2 Love, Actually

After this, my brain actually drew a blank and it took me a moment to think of any other films. However, we also have Hugh Grant in Love, Actually where he plays the Prime Minister which I think does qualify as famous. 😉

#3 Music and Lyrics

I haven’t even seen this one, but I certainly remember the song! 😂

What’s your favorite film about a famous person in love with somebody non-famous? Let me know in the comments!

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13 thoughts on “Thursday Movie Picks Romance Tropes Edition: Famous Person and Non-Famous Person Romance

  1. I like Begin Again or Can a Song Save Your Life! That’s not … two different movies, I just never remember which title they actually went with in the end! I also really like Another Cinderella Story with Selena Gomez 🙂 but you definitely chose some classics!

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  2. You went all Hugh Grant-a theme within a theme. I am not a fan of Nodding Off but I love his roommate. Love, Actually fits quite nicely and that man who sings with Hugh has an amazing voice. I still have to see Music & Lyrics…one day, when it’s on TV.

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