You've Got Mail (1998)

PG   |    |  Comedy, Drama, Romance


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Two business rivals who despise each other in real life unwittingly fall in love over the Internet.

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25 January 1999 | BChase
9
| Great movie, great performances, great music!
I was pleasantly surprised to find "Mail" not to be a rehash of "Sleepless." Ryan and Hanks do work exceptionally well together! Three-quarters into the movie I was wondering how they would ever pull off a romantic and yet believable ending, but the scene at the garden was one of those perfect moments in filmmaking. It just rang true and consistent with the story.

I really enjoyed this one! (And hearing Harry Nilsson's music again, used so beautifully, was icing on the cake!)

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