Today: May 26, 2024

Movie Matchmaking – Love Actually – With Oodle Car Finance

It’s that time of year again when mistletoe is hung, stockings are filled and Richard Curtis’ so-sweet-it-will-make-your-teeth-crumble rom-com Love Actually is played on TV screens around the country.

Films have always had a love affair with cars. Think Steve McQueen’s Mustang in Bullet, James Bond’s Aston Martins, or Ferris Bueller’s Ferrari. But the car in Love Actually? You probably can’t name it, yet it plays a key part in arguably the best storyline of the film. That involving Colin Firth and Lucia Moniz.

Oodle Car Finance have put together this adorable Movie Matchmaking to remind you of that true love between man, woman and, well the car that made it all happen. Find out more HERE.

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