Two Weeks Notice (2002) (DVD)

Starring Alicia Witt et al

Write a review

R 55

List Price R 59



Discovery Miles  550

Shipped in 5 to 7 working days

When do I get it?

Prepaid codes are delivered to you via email as soon as payment has been approved.

When do I get it?

Once payment has been approved, purchased eBooks are added to your Digital Library, ready for you to download.

When do I get it?

Gift vouchers are delivered via email to the recipient as soon as payment has been approved.

Of course you want to know — When do I get it?

We strive at all times to get it to you on time but here are some indications:

If we say In Stock, we dispatch within the time frame of the shipping plan you selected.

If we say In Stock (You can also collect in cpt), the stock is available from our Cape Town warehouse and you can collect as soon as your “ready to collect” mail has been received.

If we say dispatched between X and Y days then it takes X to Y days to receive from a supplier and it will then be with you within the time frame of the shipping plan you selected.

If we say Pre-order it means that your item will be dispatched to you on the day it's released and arrive with the time span of the shipping plan you chose.

And then there's the Weekend. In order to receive goods on the weekend, select our weekend delivery option when checking out.

Eligible for Cash on Delivery. Learn more

Hassle-Free Exchanges & Returns for 30 Days. Learn more

Hassle-Free Exchanges & Returns for 30 Days


If you are not completely satisfied with your purchase, simply return the items to us in their original condition and packaging within 30 days of receipt and we will issue a credit which can be used to place a new order.

Exchanges (Fashion, sportswear and shoes only)

Wrong size? Don't quite like the colour? You can exchange your purchased item for a different size and/or colour up to 30 days from the day you received it, completely free of charge.

The item must be unworn and unused (other than trials) with the original tags still attached. Packaging should be returned in an undamaged condition with the item

When does this policy not apply?

If the item is:
  • older than 30 days
  • opened, unsealed, used or missing any accessories
  • a digital product such as an eBook, electronic voucher, gaming code or other digital download;
  • an audio or video recording or computer software that has been unsealed;
  • a newspaper, periodical or magazine;
  • a foodstuff, beverage, or other product intended for everyday consumption;
  • a nursing or maternity product that has been unsealed, including (but not limited to) breast pumps, bottles, formula, maternity underwear, nappies and wipes;
  • a beauty product or fragrance which has been used; or
  • a product which has been personalised for you or made to your specifications.

Find out more about Exchanges & Returns

FPB certification number
Number of Discs
TV System
South Africa
  1. 2
Running Time
FPB Rating
  1. Marc Lawrence
Two Weeks Notice (2002) (DVD)
  1. Alicia Witt
  2. Hugh Grant
  3. Sandra Bullock
Bundle deals expire when stock runs out. T&Cs apply

Steve, . 6 June 2003

A film review by Steve Rhodes
Copyright 2002 Steve Rhodes
RATING (0 TO ****): ***
Some actors have so much charisma that you'd be happy to listen to them reading the phone book. Hugh Grant and Sandra Bullock are two such likeable actors. In TWO WEEKS NOTICE, written and directed by Marc Lawrence, MISS CONGENIALITY's writer, these two stars don't read books. Instead, they play coworkers who argue charmingly and are rather like an old married couple who share each other's food and seek each other's advice. The movie isn't anywhere near either star's best work, but it is a serviceable comedy with jokes that hit more often than miss.

George Wade (Grant) is a wealthy building magnet in the Donald Trump mold. Trump even has a cameo in the movie in order, one supposes, to drive home the point. Although George has had his face plastered across the covers of GQ and Fortune, he is actually a clueless guy whose fortune might be lost to his string of ex's. Since "having to share a helicopter with another family" is his definition of poverty, it's hard to feel sorry for him.

In contrast, Lucy Kelson (Bullock) comes from an old-line liberal family, who are happiest when they've been thrown in jail to protest the cause de jour. Lucy is currently trying to stop George's company from destroying a local community center in order to put up a high rise.

In the plot's most improbable moment, George ends up hiring Lucy to be his firm's chief counsel, a position for which she ends up working relentlessly. She is his first decent lawyer, since he hired all of the others solely on their sex appeal. "You need someone who can write a brief instead of removing yours," one of his workers advises George before he hires Lucy.

In addition to Lucy's legal skills, George quickly comes to rely on her for decisions on everything from the right personal stationary to the best suit choice. Day and night, she ends up being at his beck and call. Neither will admit the intimacy of their bond. After all, Lucy still has a boyfriend, and George is actively dating every young thing that passes by. We, of course, realize that they are made for each other. The beauty of the script is how long it keeps them from figuring it out.

Several scenes are precious but none more so that the time that they get stuck in heavy traffic on a rainy highway. Bullock gives a dead-on impression of someone who really, really needs to go to the bathroom. Since the company helicopter isn't nearby, George improvises imaginatively and cutely after he spots a RV in an adjacent lane.

You have to give it to Sandra Bullock, since she had to wear clothes so dowdy and dull that they might be called office camouflage. Full of putrid colors and awful plaids, her outfits show her in what might charitably be called a less than flattering light. But you can't stop a trooper like Bullock. Her charm always shows through, even when Grant keeps stealing their scenes. Grant has one bad hair day after another, but manages to look terrific nonetheless. Let's hope we can see them again but next time with a more consistently funny script.

TWO WEEKS NOTICE runs 1:40. It is rated PG-13 for "some sex-related humor" and would be acceptable for kids around 8 and up.

My son Jeffrey, age 13, gave it ***, saying that it was funny and it reminded him a bit of NOTTING HILL.

Region details

DVD Region 2

Region 2 - Europe (except Russia, Ukraine, and Belarus), Middle East, Egypt, Japan, South Africa, Swaziland, Lesotho, Greenland, French Overseas departments and territories.

R 55

Shop by Department