Romedy NOW presents a fun filled month

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By indiantelevision.com Team Posted on : 10 May 2014 12:20 pm

MUMBAI: Summer time’s in bloom and it brings with it three amazing summer surprises only on Romedy NOW, the exclusive destination for English General Entertainment. Let the heartthrob Hugh Grant steal your hearts all over again with a special property ‘Romedy Heartthrob’ powered by Maruti Swift, every Monday Night at 11pm throughout May. Watch the sweetest of his movies like Two Weeks Notice, Music and Lyrics, Did You Hear about the Morgans, and Nine Months.  
 
What does it take for an immature, reckless and self-absorbed billionaire real estate tycoon to find true love? A hard working and devoted attorney who serves him a two weeks’ notice tired of his self-importance to make them both realize that they are more than boss and employee. Watch Hugh Grant as George Wade and Sandra Bullock as Lucy Kelson in the movie Two Weeks Notice.
 
It’s time for child psychologist Samuel Faulkner to let go of his fears of fatherhood and take responsibility of his soon-to-be-born son in Nine Months after an unplanned pregnancy with the love of his life a ballet teacher Rebecca Taylor (Julian Moore) throws him in a tizzy to be made worse by the boisterous daughters of an imperious couple and confusing advice from his single artist friend.
 
What’s romance without music? Indulge in music and love in Music and Lyrics, as Grant plays Alex a former pop sensation with a fading career in music. As he lacks inspiration to write a love song ‘Way back into love’ for a famed pop artist he seeks help from a creative writer Sophie Fisher (Drew Barrymore) who waters his plants and is overcoming a failed romance herself. The musical sojourn has more ‘aww’ moments than you can think about!
 
Running away from a contract killer after they witness a murder brings city slickers Paul Michael Morgan and his soon to be ex-wife Meryl to a small town of Ray in a witness protection program in Did you Hear about the Morgans. They rediscover love in the face of peril of escaping the contract killer and adjusting to country life, horse riding and fighting off bears and bulls. Enjoy the love and laughter in this one.
 
Too much love and laughter is never enough. It’s time to chill out with the most entertaining movies with a special property called ‘Hangout’ powered by Micro Max, Monday – Wednesday at 6pm all through May. Catch the foot-tapping penguin story in Happy Feet and the world of Emperor Penguins where a penguin cannot sing to find his partner but dance.
 
Spanglish has an honest Mexican domestic help Flor (Tea Leone) trying to get her teenage daughter Cristina stick to her roots and values while working in the household of a celebrated chef John (Adam Sandler) and his insecure wife. As the imperfect marriage and world of John crumbles down he finds companionship in Flor.
 
See humans get sued by a bee for eating all their honey in Bee Movie, two 11-year-olds falling in love in New York City in Little Manhattan, flooding an ant colony with his water gun has Lucas Nickle shrunk to insect size and work in the ruins in The Ant Bully. Watch more gems like Big, Chasing Liberty, Say Anything, Anastasia, and Aquamarine.
 
The feast does not end here! May is also the time for ‘Off the Shelves’ every Thursday night at 9 with some brilliant movies. Learn about the perils of misreading signs and falling in love with people who don’t love you back in the interconnecting stories in He’s Just not That Into You. Drool away watching Bradley Cooper, Scarlet Johansson, Jennifer Aniston, and more such scorchers in this ensemble cast.
 
The love story of a Parkinson’s patient and a medical rep working for Pfizer in Pittsburg in Love and Other Drugs. Love does not die as proved in PS I Love You where a young widow Holly Kennedy (Hilary Swank) is left 10 posthumous messages by her husband Gerry (Gerard Butler) to help her come to terms with the bereavement and move on. Not just these, enjoy movies like The Devil Wears Prada and How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days.

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