The Very Thought of You

PG-13, 88 min. Directed by Nick Hamm. Starring Ray Winstone, Joseph Fiennes, Tom Hollander, Rufus Sewell, Monica Potter.

Not reviewed at press time. Best pals Daniel, Frank, and Laurence have years of friendship thrown into a jumble when Martha, freshly arrived in London from Minneapolis, meets them each separately and they each fall for her in a big way. This contemporary romantic comedy was called Martha, Meet Frank, Daniel and Laurence when released in England last year.

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The Very Thought of You, Nick Hamm, Ray Winstone, Joseph Fiennes, Tom Hollander, Rufus Sewell, Monica Potter

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