Sleepless in Seattle
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Although this film relies so much on the plot of 'An affair to remember' the central protagonists act splendidly. Every scene fits in seamlessly with the next; this film has so many quirks, namely 'David Hyde Pierce'(Niles from Fraiser) is supremely witty in his brief part as Ryan's (Annie's) brother. I also loved the theme of the United States map, the classic songs, Rosie O' Donnell's extra-marital affairs, Walter's allergies, Clarise's blandness (babysitter), 'tirimasu' and lastly but most importantly 'Jonah.' It wouldn't have been the same without him. The fact that the fashions of the 90's are reflected in the film makes it interesting. People didn't seem as interested in fashion trends in the 90's; I loved the coats. If you loved this movie you must watch 'You've got mail.' Sure this movie is a classic chic flick but it''s also an appropriate family film. I've watched this film many times with my family and although the boys groan when I say I'm popping it into the DVD film, there are no real objections. If you haven't watched it, do.
- matertenebraum, Wednesday, December 23, 2009
I really fell for this movie out of my shear devotion to Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan, the greatest on screen couple. It's a really unique concept and it worked really well. What sets it apart from every other romantic comedy out there is the lovable and, more importantly, memorable characters. It doesn't try to preach on life or call on self importance, that's why it's really easy to watch and retain a sense of reality.
- ythelastman89, Wednesday, November 18, 2009