"It's a glossy, big-budget film with borderline-detestable examinations of love and romance containing perhaps three genuine moments that seem to be of our own universe, but 'Love Actually' is one terrible Christmas movie that has strong-armed its way into the hearts of millions (including my own) despite being absolutely terrible," writes Finger, before explicitly laying out why this is true in the funniest way possible. Example, regarding the subplot involving the British Prime Minister (Hugh Grant) and one of his subordinates (Martine McCutcheon): "Unbelievable airport security. So someone runs past security and jumps on the Prime Minister and doesn't get shot? Sure."
Read the rest of the hilarity over at TheHairpin.com. Check back to Moviefone later for more from Richard Curtis on 'War Horse' and 'Love Actually'
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