Fun fact: was directed by Forest Whitaker, who also directed Whitney in the “Exhale (Shoop Shoop)” music video.
What happens when you pair a recently retired hockey player with a figure skating star who’s spoiled AF?
Nora Ephron wrote a perfect screenplay — this is not up for debate — that at its heart asks, "Can men and women ever really be friends?
" In the case of Harry and Sally, the answer is yes, they can be. Eva (Julia Louis-Dreyfus) starts dating Albert (James Gandolfini), and when she realizes one of her massage clients (Catherine Keener) is Albert's ex-wife, she doesn't tell either of them about the connection.
Among them is a woman named Annie (Meg Ryan), who’s engaged to be married but feels like something is missing in her relationship.
With a little scheming by Sam’s son, Sam and Annie eventually meet at the top of the Empire State Building.
The pair start dating after Reuben’s acrimonious split from his wife (Debra Messing), and free-spirited Polly shows Reuben how to live a little. was lauded for featuring an all-African-American cast led by Whitney Houston, Angela Bassett, Lela Rochon, and the great Loretta Devine.
That “you’ve got mail” voice may have gone the way of the 56K modem, but this second Meg Ryan and Tom Hanks team-up remains eternal. When their lives are rocked by the men in them, the four women realize the power of their friendship (and the power of fire, which is nice if you want to burn your soon-to-be-ex’s things).
With her birthday fast approaching, he announces an unexpected engagement — and she realizes she's in love with him and must sabotage the wedding.These kinds of relationships rarely work out in real life, which is one reason they’re so fun to watch on screen.Most people don’t carry flames for their high-school classmates for ten years, but most people don’t look like Ryan Reynolds and Amy Smart.We've all been Bridget Jones at one point in our life: single, fretting over men, and utterly disgusted by the thought of working out.Renée Zellweger brings the character to life perfectly, and Hugh Grant and Colin Firth as her love interest are not too shabby themselves.
When Verona (Maya Rudolph) and Burt (John Krasinski) find out that they’re expecting a child, they can’t decide where to raise it. Visit friends and family all over the country to see what might suit their new family.