Includes the British romantic comedies ABOUT A BOY, LOVE ACTUALLY and NOTTING HILL, all starring Hugh Grant. In ABOUT A BOY, Will Freeman lives lavishly off the royalties from a hit Christmas song penned by his father and excels at nothing except doing nothing, which, in his case, includes shopping for CDs and having his hair professionally dishevelled. When Will makes a guilt-free exit from a brief fling with a single mum, he decides to crash a meeting of S.P.A.T. (Single Parents, Alone Together) in pursuit of more single mothers. This scheme appears to pay off, leading Will to meet Suzie along with Marcus, the socially awkward 12-year-old son of her flaky best friend, Fiona. A series of odd situations leads to Will and Marcus becoming unlikely friends, and gradually both of their lives start to change for the better. LOVE ACTUALLY is set in the weeks leading up to Christmas. The story weaves a quilt of interlocking or unrelated vignettes all dealing with the subject of love. There's the new Prime Minister who falls for his personal assistant and the Prime Minister's sister Karan, who realises that her husband is attracted to his secretary. Author Jamie fleas England to escape his unfaithful girlfriend and then falls for his housekeeper, while movie stand-ins, John and Judy become attracted to each other on the film set. Recently widowed Daniel helps his stepson who is smitten with one of his classmates and Billy Mack, an ageing rock star discovers that love can be found in the most unlikely of places. In NOTTING HILL, a famous actress in disguise in London runs into a divorced bookstore owner. They strike up a friendship with each other as they each find something that was previously missing from their own lives.