An English Duke from 1876 is inadvertedly dragged to modern day New York where he falls for a plucky advertising executive. Kate appears just as he's about to announce his engagement and, rather than saying his intended's name he says Kate's. In the 21st century Leopold awakes confused and Stuart explains that he can forecast the appearance of time travel portals and that Leopold must remain in hiding until the next portal opens a week later. Stuart not only discovered the portal in time, but had enough confidence in his calculations to jump off the bridge and trust that it would open for him. Leopold -- a man living in the 1870s -- is puzzled by Stuart's tiny camera, follows him back through the gap, and they both ended up in the present day. She's dating Stuart , a half-loony inventor who discovers an opening in the matrix of time, jumps off the Brooklyn Bridge, finds himself in 1876--and returns with his own great-great-grandfather, Leopold, duke of Albany. Leopold is clueless about his new surroundings.
He gets help and insight from Charlie who thinks that Leopold is an actor who is always in character. Advertisement Ryan plays Kate, who works in market research and is responsible for promoting products of dubious value. Sounds like a movie we are all waiting to see. People who knew them related that when they did speak English, it was with a strong German accent. It's exactly the same as always, but this time they have added an interesting extra ingredient to it. NetflixReleases is an unofficial site for Netflix fans. He gets help and insight from Charlie who thinks that Leopold is an actor who is always in character.
It is inevitable that Kate will overcome her lukewarm affection for Stuart and fall in love with the dashing Englishman even though the first time she sees him in military costume, she thinks he's dressed as Sgt. He goes back to the 19th Century and takes pictures of the place. Her ex-boyfriend, Stuart, lives above her apartment. In the end they overcome all problems and will live happily ever after. Kate and her actor brother live in N.
He goes back to the 19th Century and takes pictures of the place. Instead, it uses its fish-out-of-water plot to show Leopold as a proper, well-behaved English aristocrat, astonished by what he finds in modern Manhattan. Like NetflixReleases on Facebook or follow us on Twitter and we keep you posted about what is new on Netflix and what will expire soon on Netflix! Duke Leopold of Albany is a man outside his time. Storyline: Kate and Leopold, Kate and her actor brother live in N. The trio make it to the portal just before it closes and Kate goes to 1876 to find a resigned Leopold prepared to do what his uncle expects and marry a woman he doesn't love to get her fortune. The photos show her there with Leopold and Kate chooses the man she's fallen in love with over her career. Leopold, we learn, designed the Brooklyn Bridge and invented the elevator.
Kate's brother has found a way to travel through time, meets Leopold and accidentally takes him with him to the 21st century. Thanks to the original approach, this movie is better than average. I guess I don't have to explain everything that happens afterward. In 1876 he is an unmarried thirty year old who dreams of bigger things than what his family has planned for him. Like the heroine of one of those romance novels her best friend reads, our gal Meg is swept off her feet by a wealthy and titled English lord. Although the couple still has feelings for one another they end their relationship.
Left to his own devices, Leopold meets Stuart's neighbor and ex-girlfriend Kate and befriends she and her brother Charlie. Leopold is immediately interested in the ambitious career woman although she is at first skeptical of his charms. Leopold is clueless about his new surroundings. The actors are convincing, although I was surprised to see how easily a man from the 19th century adapted to the 21st. Well, of course it's preposterous: Time travel involves so many paradoxes that it is wise, in a romantic comedy like this, to simply ignore them. Leopold is a highly intelligent man and tries his best to learn and even improve the modern conveniences that he encounters. Charlie and Stuart find Kate and show her pictures from Stuart's camera that he took back in the 19th century.
His Uncle schemes to have him marry a wealthy American heiress and bolster the depleted family fortunes. Eventually the pair start falling in love. When Stuart leaves to walk his dog he's injured and then institutionalized after babbling about his discoveries. Leopold -- a man living in the 1870s -- is puzzled by Stuart's tiny camera, follows him back through the gap, and they both ended up in the present day. Even though I'm not always a huge fan of romantic comedies, I have to admit that I had a good time watching this one. Meanwhile Stuart escapes from the mental hospital and returns Leopold to his own century.
If I had directed the movie, I would have accentuated it more. Also, Victoria and her children spoke German among themselves, not English. But hey, if you can see past that and you are a romantic soul, I'm sure that you'll love this modern fairy tale. Apart from any other reason, Stuart knows that unless Albany returns to 1876 and starts a family, Stuart will never exist. All promotional material including but not limited to trailers, images, logo's and videos are all copyright to their respective owners.
We know there will be scenes where Kate the practical and cynical girl is swept off her feet by old-fashioned romance, and there are: a candlelit rooftop dinner, and a moment when Leopold tucks her in, she asks him to stay, and he does, in full uniform. Leopold catches physicist Stuart Besser with a strange camera snapping photographs of elevator schematics Leopold's created. He's struck not so much by the traffic and the skyscrapers as by the manners. Her ex-boyfriend, Stuart, lives above her apartment. . Stuart finds a space near the Brooklyn Bridge where there is a gap in time.
They have a falling out when he refuses to act in a commercial which Kate has given him a part in because he hates the product and can't endorse something he doesn't believe in. Than they fall in love, but destiny comes in between them. Kate is unfazed both by his moral stance and his lecture about her integrity. Leopold is a highly intelligent man and tries his best to learn and even improve the modern conveniences that he encounters. It never really seemed a shocking experience to him.