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Valentine’s Day is coming up in about a month and some people are becoming tired of attempting to think up ways of celebrating the day. Others would simply like to chuck the whole event and go hide somewhere, like some of the stars of these entertaining romantic comedies on British television —

Dame Judi Dench and Sir Geoffrey Palmer are hilarious in several years of As Time Goes By and its reunion movie. Before than, Dame Judi starred with her own husband Michael Williams in A Fine Romance about the romantically challenged.

This might be the year to celebrate Valentine’s Day differently, with a funny yet heartwarming film that will remind you that we are all human. See more wil some video clips and a whole episode at:

A FINE ROMANCE

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