You'Ve Got Mail

This love letter to NYC's eccentric Upper West Siders aspires to be sophisticated romantic trifle in which polar opposites find heaven in each other's arms. But writer-director Nora Ephron's second go-round with SLEEPLESS IN SEATTLE stars Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan is a disappointment, as reunions so often are. Bubbly Kathleen Kelly (Ryan) owns Little Shop...read more

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Kathleen Kelly and Joe Fox can not stand each other. He is trying to drive her out of business. She launches a city-wide slam campaign against him. But on the internet, with the anonymity of cyberspace, they find they are perfect for each other. What will happen when the anonymous emailers meet in person?

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You've Got Mail
02:02 — Kathleen Kelly and Joe Fox can not stand each other. He is trying to drive her out of business. She launches a city-wide slam campaign against him. Bu (more…)
You've Got Mail
02:26 — Kathleen Kelly and Joe Fox can not stand each other. He is trying to drive her out of business. She launches a city-wide slam campaign against him. Bu (more…)
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01:32 — Kathleen Kelly and Joe Fox can not stand each other. He is trying to drive her out of business. She launches a city-wide slam campaign against him. Bu (more…)
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02:21 — Kathleen Kelly and Joe Fox can not stand each other. He is trying to drive her out of business. She launches a city-wide slam campaign against him. Bu (more…)
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02:18 — Trailer for You've Got Mail. Based on the classic film The Shop Around the Corner, this tale of pen-pal romance has been updated for the internet age (more…)

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  • Released: 1998
  • Rating: PG
  • Review: This love letter to NYC's eccentric Upper West Siders aspires to be sophisticated romantic trifle in which polar opposites find heaven in each other's arms. But writer-director Nora Ephron's second go-round with SLEEPLESS IN SEATTLE stars Tom Hanks and Me… (more)

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