hmmn utter bullocks the last outpost6:22pm Sat 17 Oct
Disgraceful The TVGuide systems administrators who leave all these comments are clearly not native English speakers. Do they originate from the Middle East perchance? Mrs J. G. E. Cuttleborough Smythe-Henterton12:26am Wed 26 Aug
Korruptor Yu is eveb ronga. Tent the notis ov 2 wiks 8 all. sjus 2 wks notis wid no posfi satl. Eg Sprt12:22am Wed 26 Aug
Wrong Di obviously wasn't paying attention in apostrophe class. It's the notice of two weeks, so "Two Weeks' Notice". Korruptor12:16am Wed 26 Aug
Title gramm'r nise too sea somwun understand's appostrioflees. S'teve10:29pm Tue 25 Aug
Title grammar It's a notice period of "two weeks" not "two week's" so the title is correct. Thank you. Now, back to the film... Di Laughing10:01pm Tue 25 Aug
Two Weeks... watching paint dry. That's what it's like.
Sandra is the leading-lady equivalent of tofu. Dry Ice9:58pm Tue 25 Aug
Love It Love it when turnips like IYDLI get testy. Shows what worthless cretins they really are. Steven8:17pm Fri 21 Aug
I Like It As far as the comment below - grow a brain. Better Comments8:15pm Fri 21 Aug
Not Bad I like this movie, even if I don't like hugh grant. And regarding the comment below...get a life. IfYouDontLikeIt...9:52pm Mon 15 Jun
Week Apostrophe S Lynne Truss doesn't like the ignorant title. Better TV Guide Please3:15pm Mon 15 Jun
Two weeks notice Highly enjoyable, easy to watch film. Giggle from scene to scene. Very typical Hugh Grant and Sandra Bullock is a highly convincing character, which draws one into the plot. It's far more than a typical romantic comedy. If you liked "Love Actually"... you'll love this one!
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