Cinema: Hugh Grant's Sorry Now

And with two frothy new films, he's on the comeback trail

It is life imitating art as Hugh Grant strides up the road toward a popular bar in the heart of London's Notting Hill, the neighborhood, just around the corner from a travel bookstore suspiciously like the one he runs in Notting Hill, the movie. No cameras are rolling, no colorful extras mill about, but the sunglasses do little to disguise his identity, given that the rest of the Hugh Grant package--the blue shirt and khakis, the bounteous hair he repeatedly refers to as "floppy"--is reassuringly intact. And so is that Hugh Grant awkwardness; he somehow manages to walk straight past the...

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