Although I haven't seen it, I'm guessing it's the standard recycled "Girl wants famous boy, but can't see the other boy who loves her and has been a constant friend throughout her life."
Actually, the Robotech Vol. 10 through 12 is what amused me with this thread; I've just finished watching volumes one through six (seven weekly movies deal at the local video store, so I decided on an anime marathon, with Robotech 1 to 6 and the Metropolis anime).
Not such a bad Netflix list (big thumbs up on the Robotech stuff).
Remove the Tad Hamilton one (I don't remember what "Love Actually" is so that may be a "remove" as well) and I see nothing wrong with it. Remember one of the nice things about seeing movies at home on DVD is you can pause them, talk over them if they have boring parts, and generally not have to pay as much money as you would for a theater film, to me this equates to give "films a chance".
Other bonuses of watching films at home while snuggling on the couch with your significant other I shall not go into at this point but let's just say that guys, you might want to consider putting up with a romantic film or two every now and then
Love Actually isn't that bad. It didn't feel like the ending was as sugary sweet as in a lot of the other romantic comedies I've been forced to endure, and it does have it's moments. Oh, it's still a romantic comedy that ends in one of those 'Yay love!' moments, but I've seen a helluva lot worse. And heck, I just love Alan Rickman in just about anything he does and the rock star character gets some wonderfully brilliant lines.
The scariest thing about that queue is there are only ten discs in it, and most of them were just added by the girlfriend. My queue hasn't been that short since fifteen minutes after I opened my account.