This lossless mix is not going to give the sound system an extensive workout, but it's more than adequate for a film of this genre. » Honestly, my wife rented this and I wasn't planning on watching - but the luscious cinematography and some interesting writing drew me in. Looking at the modern world from this character's eyes is hilarious. . Okay, well, maybe not that high, but it's still fun.
He gets help and insight from Charlie who thinks that Leopold is an actor who is always in character. While the historical Leopold was a patron of the arts, and noted by Alfred, , for his high aims and thoughtful intelligence, he was not an inventor. Leopold is clueless about his new surroundings. Not a waste of time if you are in the mood to have something wash over you. Kate and Leopold become romantically involved as they dine and tour New York.
. They were convinced by their advisors to exchange their German dynastic or House names for English House and Family names surnames suggested to them by the College of Arms. Granted, it's not all that terrible with several good to excellent spots and bold, vibrant splashes of color on occasion to remind us we are in fact watching high-definition video. This not only diverges from the real Prince Leopold's baptismal and dynastic names, it is also an anachronism of over forty years' duration; for just as the British Royal Family's surname only became Windsor in 1917, so too, in reality, the fantasy Leopold's family name, , is a surname which did not exist in 1876. Especially how he masters the toaster without having to push the toast down twice. Is there anything more comforting? Kate initially rejects their overtures and goes on to give her acceptance speech, but it is there that she sees Stuart's picture and realises that she truly wants to be with Leopold.
Instead, he stayed in Britain where, through arrangements made by his royal mother, he married a German princess, and sired two children, including a posthumous son, through whom he is a great-grandfather of King , that country's current monarch. Leopold is clueless about his new surroundings. Stuart finds a space near the Brooklyn Bridge where there is a gap in time. Leopold is intrigued by the cynical and ambitious Kate McKay, Stuart's ex-girlfriend, who comes to the apartment for her stylus. Leopold is a highly intelligent man and tries his best to learn and even improve the modern conveniences that he encounters.
Looking for some fluff and a laugh? And to a greater degree, he leaves his audience craving a time of chivalry and romance. It's supposed to be ironic, but it's well played, sir. Please by the claims made and adding. Her ex-boyfriend, Stuart, lives above her apartment. Kate abruptly ends her speech, and the three of them rush to the Brooklyn Bridge. With Meg Ryan, Hugh Jackman, Liev Schreiber, Breckin Meyer.
Just before Leopold announces his bride, Kate bursts into the building, and he announces her name instead, referring to her as being one the McKays of Massapequa. And Jackman also has a very funny moment with future Oscar-nominated actress Viola Davis. Stuart finds a space near the Brooklyn Bridge where there is a gap in time. . Romantic, gallant, intelligent and creative.
I love a good romantic comedy! Synopsis Kate and her actor brother live in N. Leopold is clueless about his new surroundings. Great romantic movie with one of my favorite blondes. One day, the Duke finds Stuart Besser, an amateur and great-great-grandson of Leopold in his study perusing his schematic diagrams and taking photographs of them. He goes back to the 19th Century and takes pictures of the place. Leopold is a highly intelligent man and tries his best to learn and even improve the modern conveniences that he encounters. When her genius ex-boyfriend Stuart Liev Schreiber opens a portal in time, the experiment transports Leopold Hugh Jackman from 1867 to the present day.
Needless to say, since the movie is pure formula, the titular couple makes their long-distance relationship work, so don't act surprised when it happens. Her ex-boyfriend, Stuart, lives above her apartment. His name, title, and historical persona as Leopold, Duke of Albany is, however, only very loosely and fancifully based on , the eighth child and youngest of the four sons of and , who was the only real-life Leopold, Duke of Albany. Leopold is a highly intelligent man and tries his best to learn and even improve the modern conveniences that he encounters. An English Duke from 1876 is inadvertedly dragged to modern day New York where he falls for a plucky advertising executive.