http://static.hometheaterforum.com/imgrepo/thumbs/5/54/loveablu.jpg/1000x500px-LL-loveablu.jpg">[/url] [b]I am falling in love all over again![/b] The first time I saw [i]Love Actually[/i] was on an airline flight to Los Angeles. Normally I would skip the inflight entertainment and certainly a movie called [i]Love Actually[/i] by title alone didn't perk my interest, but without a portable DVD player on hand, I decided to give this film a few minutes of my time. Well a few minutes soon turned into total bliss as I sat spellbound watching one the best "feel good" movies I had ever seen. By the time we landed I was walking off the plane smiling ear to ear. I tried searching for my original review that I posted here some six years ago where I was boasting that this was one of the best films I had seen all year while admitting that watching it a second time on DVD was a bit of a disappointment. It was the first time that I had seen the film UNCUT which introduced the storyline of the porn actors (which was totally edited out of the airline version). I think this is the weakest story in the film and I dare say that I much better prefer the edited version. So here we are 6 years later and I am finding myself falling in love with this film all over again while watching it on Blu-ray. The film has lost none of its charm nor warmth. To this day [i]Love Actually[/i] remains one of the most "sellable" romantic comedies to those that would normally steer clear of such fare. What works best for this film is its cast that includes the likes of Hugh Grant, Liam Neeson, Colin Firth, Laura Linney, Emma Thompson, Alan Rickman and Keira Knightley. And though what could have easily been a "stuffy" sort of English comedy has instead turned into a very modern, fresh take on the trials and tribulations of falling in love. Universal has done a knock-out job with the Blu-ray transfer that not only looks clean and vivid but sports a punchy soundtrack filled with pop music that will have you tapping your feet and uplifting orchestration that will manipulate your feelings. This is certainly a film that benefits from being played LOUD! Kudos to Universal for also picking the perfect window of opportunity to release this film to Blu-ray. It's the perfect Christmas film for adults -- one of which I have a feeling may become a perennial favorite. I'm going to watch it every year just to lift my spirits. This one belongs under the tree for that special someone you really care about this holiday season!