Richard Curtis movies are probably very familiar to you even if the name means little, New Zealand-born British director, screen-writer, actor and music producer is well-known for his feel-good British romcoms. Richard Curtis movies made Hugh Grant a star and provided the British nation and worldwide with iconic self-deprecating and quirky-characters in adorably hilarious scenarios. For a cosy night in take a #look at this Top 10 Must-See Richard Curtis Movies and watch some of his best and most popular work, with a hot chocolate, fluffy slippers and a bottle of bubbly!
1. Bridget Jones’s Diary (Writer)
'I like you. Just the way you are." Swoon fest! Mr Darcy (Colin Firth) playing Mark Darcy (Colin Firth) becomes Bridget’s own real Mr Darcy. This iconic Richard Curtis movie is based on the book by Helen Fielding, which takes inspiration from Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice. The cast director of film made a superb move of casting the original BBC’s Mr Darcy as Mark Darcy in one of the most beloved and funny feel good British film.