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  • Release Date:21 May 1999 (UK) and 30 may 1999 (US). The film had generally positive reviews, scoring an 82% "Certified Fresh" rating at Rotten Tomatoes. Nitrate said that "Notting Hill is whimsical and light, fresh and quirky", with "endearing moments and memorable characters". Widgett Walls of gave the film "three and a half cups of coffee", stating that "the humor of the film saves it from a completely trite and unsatisfying (nay, shall I say enraging) ending", but criticized the soundtrack. Notting Hill was 95th on the British Film Institute's "list of the all-time top 100 films", based on estimates of each film's British cinema admissions.
  • Cost: The cost to make Notting Hill was estimated at$43,000,000.
Profit: Opening Weekend: 」152,532 (UK) (23 May 1999) (1 Screen). The film had its premiere at the Odeon, Leicester Square, on 27 April 1999. It earned $116,089,678 as its overall domestic gross, with a worldwide gross of $363,889,678. It totaled $27.7 million over its opening weekend, an American record, the biggest opening for a romantic comedy film, beating My Best Friend's Wedding. Notting Hill made another $15 million the following week, but then began to lose. One month after its release, Notting Hill lost its record for highest grossing opening weekend for a romantic comedy film to Runaway Bride. It was the sixteenth highest grossing film of 1999, and as of May 2007 is the 104th highest grossing film of all time. At the time, it had become the highest grossing British film.
  • Studio-Working Title Films
  • Distributed By- Universal Pictures
Other Products: Music was composed by Trevor Jones. Several additional songs written by other artists include Elvis Costello's cover of the Charles Aznavour song "She", Shania Twain's remixed version of "You've Got A Way", as well as Ronan Keating's specially recorded cover of "When You Say Nothing at All"; the song reached number one in the British charts. Originally, Charles Aznavour's version of "She" was used in the film, but American test screening audiences did not respond to it. Costello was then brought in by Richard Curtis to record a cover version of the song. The soundtrack album was released by Island Records.
  • Track listing
      • 1."From the Heart" - Another Level
      • 2."When You Say Nothing at All" - Ronan Keating
      • 3."She" - Elvis Costello
      • 4."She" - Charles Aznavour
      • 5."How Can You Mend a Broken Heart?" - Al Green
      • 6."In Our Lifetime" - Texas
      • 7."I Do (Cherish You)" - 98 Degrees
      • 8."Born to Cry" - Pulp
      • 9."Ain't No Sunshine" - Lighthouse Family
      • 10."You've Got a Way" - Shania Twain (Notting Hill remix)
      • 11."Gimme Some Lovin'" - Spencer Davis Group
      • 12."Will and Anna" - Trevor Jones (Score)
      • 13."Notting Hill" - Trevor Jones (Score)
      • 14."Ain't No Sunshine" - Bill Withers[14] (bonus track)