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Kate and LeopoldStuart uncovers an extraordinary space near the Brooklyn Bridge where there is a gap in time. Stuart has a chance to come back the 19th Century and an interesting love story occurs between a 19th-century bachelor and a 21st-century woman.Keywords:
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Directors of "Kate and Leopold"James MangoldBirthdate: 16 December 1963, New York City, New York, USA
Creators of "Kate and Leopold"Steven RogersJames MangoldBirthdate: 16 December 1963, New York City, New York, USA
Critic Reviews of "Kate and Leopold"VarietySeptember 26, 2008
A time-travel romantic comedy whose best elements -- Meg Ryan and Hugh Jackman -- overcome distracting plot holes, loose threads and assorted contrivances to make for a mostly charming and diverting tale.Time OutJune 24, 2006
Ironically, what jeopardises the transaction is Ryan.Salon.comJanuary 08, 2002
The problem with Kate & Leopold is that although this is supposed to be a romantic comedy, the best scenes are the ones in which there's no Ryan.Washington PostDecember 28, 2001
Clocking her umpteenth role as a romantic comedy character in a forgettable mainstream scenario, [Ryan] seems to have lost all allure.San Francisco ChronicleDecember 28, 2001
It's as if the actress agreed to take another America's-sweetheart role but her spirit didn't.Detroit NewsDecember 26, 2001
The culture clashes you expect follow, but what isn't expected is how marvelous Jackman is in the role.Creative LoafingApril 25, 2012
It's rare to come across a time travel tale as listless as this one.Common Sense MediaDecember 24, 2010
Some nice moments but overall not a total success.Big Picture Big SoundDecember 27, 2007
Surprisingly effective romantic comedy with Hugh Jackman at his most charming and Meg Ryan proving yet again why she has become the watermark against which all other female romantic leads are compared.Empire MagazineDecember 30, 2006
Despite a promising premise, Jackman's Golden Globe-nominated performance remains the only tangible reason to see this movie.Northwest Herald (Crystal Lake, IL)January 07, 2005
Jackman commands Kate and Leopold as no actor has commanded a romantic comedy since Steve Martin in Roxanne.Film ThreatDecember 11, 2004
The two individually likable stars do eventually reach some level of warmth, but by that time the film is nearly over and Kate and Leopold are supposed to be madly in love with each other.
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