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Many find Love Actually to be a "Royale" hunk of cheese, but thanks to the creative folks at Screen Junkies, we are all reminded that it also boasts one of the most badass casts of all time.

More than 11 years ago, the romantic R-rated comedy movie was released. It received mixed reviews. It also made more than $246 million worldwide and remains a popular chick flick.

On Tuesday, Screen Junkies released a parody "honest" trailer calling the 2003 film a "Pulp Fiction for girls, stuffed with eight different plot lines that are creepy and depressing when you actually stop to think about them" and "one of the most subversive chick flicks of all time." It's "honest" title: S--t Actually.

The video then translates the plot lines into language cynics can appreciate.

Example: "This guy, who's trying to bang his best friend's wife...wait, is that Rick?"

Andrew Lincoln, Keira Knightley, Love Actually

Universal Pictures

The mock trailer shows Love, Actually star Andrew Lincoln as Rick Grimes, calling for his son Carl Grimes ("COOOOORAL!") on The Walking Dead. Love Actually has a character named Karl, played by Rodrigo Santoro.

The trailer then floats a fantastic theory as to why the movie remains a fan-favorite; The film, it says, stars "all these people you liked better in other things." You know the shows on TV? Yeah, some were on those.

The breakdown:

1. "Rick. For real! I'm telling you, that totally Rick." (Lincoln)

Andrew Lincoln, The Walking Dead

Valhalla Entertainment / AMC

2. Bilbo Baggins from The Hobbit (Martin Freeman)

 Martin Freeman, The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey

Warner Bros. Pictures

3. Star Wars Jedi knight Qui-Gon Jinn (Liam Neeson)

Liam Neeson, Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace

Lucasfilm / Walt Disney Pictures

4. Die Hard villain Hans Gruber (Alan Rickman)

Alan Rickman, Die Hard

Twentieth Century Fox

5. Pirates of the Caribbean 2 and 3 character Davy Jones (Bill Nighy)

Bill Nighy, Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest

Walt Disney Pictures

6. 24 character Kim Bauer (Elisha Cuthbert)

7. Harry Potter character Professor Trelawney (Emma Thompson)

8. Liz Shaw from Doctor Who (Caroline John)

9. Nadia from American Pie (Shannon Elizabeth)

10. Mad Men character Betty Draper (January Jones)

Mad Men GIF

11. 300 villain Xerxes (Santoro)

12. "Carmen from Starship Troopers" (Denise Richards)

Denise Richards, Starship Troopers

Columbia TriStar

13. "Bad Santa" (Billy Bob Thornton)

14. "Oh, of course, Mr. Bean's in it." (Rowan Atkinson)

15. Game of Thrones' Jojen Reed (Thomas Brodie-Sangster)

Thomas Brodie-Sangster, Game of Thrones


16. "Elizabeth from Pirates of the Caribbean" (Keira Knightley)


Keira Knightley, Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl

Walt Disney Pictures

17. "The voice of Marceline on Adventure Time." (Olivia Olson)

18. "Wow. All that's missing is someone from Breaking Bad. Oh s--t! It's the Grey Matter guy from Breaking Bad! (Adam Godley)

Adam Godley, Bryan Cranston, Jessica Hecht, Breaking Bad

Sony Pictures

And, of course, the trailer also pays tribute to "Hugh F--king Grant," another main cast member.

Love Actually has been spoofed before. Check out a Walking Dead mash-up with the film that was released in December 2013, just after the movie's 10th anniversary.