Monday Movie Music Moment

Well, it’s just one of those Mondays. I had a nice, relaxing weekend, ate tasty food, drank wonderful wine, and danced to great tunes – so to be back at the grind is a little less than ideal. But, that being said, there’s always a way to brighten up the beginning of the week – and this particular movie moment is exactly the ticket.

It’s actually more of a holiday film, but I just couldn’t resist the temptation to chuckle out loud at the charming hilarity of this scene today, even if it’s barely September. As easily one of my favourite movies of all-time for an infinite number of reasons (including other adorable and witty scenes), this flick has a beautiful message that resounds true at any time of the year: love, actually is, all around.

This Love Actually scene is classically Hugh Grant (also a favourite actor of mine), in all of his quirky and comedic glory. Again, his character is the perfectly polite and sarcastic Brit we’ve come to know and love him as in other hit romantic-comedies – only this time he’s also an approachably sweet British Prime Minister who prior to this scene, stands up to pushy and arrogant American President Billy Bob Thornton in a press conference. Upon returning to his room after his triumphant speech that publicly proved his seriousness as Prime Minister and dedication to his country, a famous upbeat ditty called “Jump (For My Love)” pops on the radio, sparking a hilarious sequence of laugh-out-loud dance moves from the pumped-up Pres. And, his reaction when caught boogie-ing by an uptight housekeeper is absolutely priceless – so much so that I spit a little coffee on my keyboard this morning. British wit is really unlike any other.

There’s no way you won’t crack a smile with this scene, even if it is Monday! In a nutshell, it’s just what the doctor ordered.

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About Jess Huddleston

Jess (@JessHuddles) is the music mama and song savvy nut of in a nutshell. Since she was young, Jess has noticed new acts, harassed people to find out what tune is playing and asked everyone to repeat themselves because she's plugged in. After completing a journalism degree at Carleton University, Jess stepped into the world of communications, music publicity and magazine writing, while still making time each day to share sounds. Although this funny gal also has a strong passion for fashion and all things pop culture, you're most likely to hear her rave that a particular song or album will "change your life." * Bad Habit: Smart Food. * Favourite Food: Avocado everything. * Favourite Restaurant: La Carnita. * Wine of Choice: Merlot. * Favourite Band/Artist(s): The Boss, Ryan Adams, The Walkmen, Band of Horses. * Favourite Song: All Springsteen songs, "Sweet Thing" by Van Morrison, “Bennie and the Jets" by Elton John, "I Go To The Barn" by Band of Horses and "Try a Little Tenderness" by Otis Redding. * Fashion Icon: Emily Weiss. * Favourite Movie: Only You, Forrest Gump, The Departed. * TV series: Breaking Bad or Friends. * Sport: Basketball and Soccer. * Team: Duke... but, realistically, Florida. * Blackberry or Iphone: iPhone. * Favourite Books: The Great Gatsby, A Heartbreaking Work of Staggering Genius and all Kerouac.

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