It’s mostly common for people to crap on Love Actually but it that is not going to stop a sequel from coming up. That’s right, the haters can cry all they want because the classic 2003 holiday themed romantic comedy film Love Actually is coming back around with a short.

Recently, writer/director Richard Curtis confirmed that the cast of the film will return for “Red Nose Day Actually”, an exclusive feature on Comic Relief’s Red Nose Day Special. Sadly, Love Actually star Alan Rickman passed away last year and so did one of the most important plotlines of the film, the complicated marriage of Harry and Karen (Emma Thompson). Curtis stated that the sequel, which will air on NBC on March 24, will outline the lives of the characters now.

While people love to hate Love Actually, the fact that it is still a subject of conversation after nearly 14 years is proof that the film didn’t fail to leave its mark on the audience. The script may be mediocre but the portrayal of love in the film is quite natural and in some ways, takes the viewer aback with its astounding accuracy. Here are the 10 times Love Actually actually managed to get it right.

Love is not bound by language
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Your crush might admire you too

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A romance at the office helps deal with a work stress

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You can fall for your best friend’s partner and that doesn’t necessarily end in a dramatic disaster

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No matter how far-fetched your love might seem, you can always find togetherness by “the dodgy end”

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Love loosens you up

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Stability doesn’t ensure a long-lasting relationship

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A child’s love interest can be serious too

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Sometimes, ‘no strings attached’ is all you need

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“Love Is All Around”

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