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You've Got Mail (1998)

You've Got Mail (1998)

You've Got Mail is a heartwarming romantic comedy film released in 1998. Directed by Nora Ephron, this delightful movie stars Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan in the lead roles. Set in New York City, the story revolves around Joe Fox (Tom Hanks) and Kathleen Kelly (Meg Ryan), who unknowingly become each other's online pen pals while being adversaries in the real world. Their virtual connection blossoms into an endearing relationship as they confide in each other anonymously, sharing their dreams, fears, and passions.

This feel-good movie explores themes of love, destiny, and the impact of technology on human connections. With its witty dialogue, charming performances, and timeless romantic essence, You've Got Mail has captured the hearts of audiences worldwide.

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A Fox Books superstore.
A handkerchief is a Kleenex that you don't throw away. See?
A hot dog is singing.
A man who has made my professional life a misery.
A nut? She called me a nut?
A place in this city where people could mingle.
A project that needed...
A real bitch.
A snap to find the one person in the world who fills your heart with joy.
A train got trapped underground with him inside.
A week goes by, the phone doesn't ring and you think,
Aah! Aah! Aahh!
About what?
Above the refrigerator.
Absolutely. Why not? Who cares about Kathleen Kelly?
Ah, the joy of rent control. Six rooms...
Ah, the joy of rent control. Six rooms...
All right, N Y 1 5 2.
All right, you guys, are you ready to go out on the boat?
All right.
All right. I'll see what I see.
All right. Okay, wait. Wait a minute.
All right. Okay. Get down, get down.
All that means is that it wasn't personal to you.
All this publicity and not one bit of difference?
All you really do...
Although he likes to eat pizza and bagel off the sidewalk...
Although Kevin and I are concerned about the neighborhood response.
Although Skating Shoes is completely wonderful.
Am I married?
Am I right?
Amazing. This is amazing!
Amazingly enough.
An hour later, I got out of the elevator...
And an amazing thing happened.
And as I waited, someone else showed up.
And forgot to vote.
And getting those eggs harvested. Don't worry! See you later.
And he was there. And we started chatting.
And I found myself wishing I were as lucky as he.
And I have gotten carried away.
And I have no idea what any of it's about, really.
And I think I'm contagious. So I would...
And I wanted to make sure...
And I was thinking that she'd make a great children's book editor.
And I was worried.
And I was...
And I'm Henry.
And I'm so honored that you'd want to be with me...
And if you don't get your ass up here in two shakes...
And it was yours. And it is...
And like...
And maybe no one will remember me.
And no one can ever make it right.
And no phone.
And of course, afterwards I felt terrible...
And sometimes I wonder...
And that, in a nutshell, is the Fox Books philosophy.
And the next book, Betsy and Tacy become friends with Tib...
And the telephone system blew too.
And then there was Sybil, the, um...
And then there's the inevitable legal hassle.
And then...
And there is that children's store nearby. Shop Around the Corner.
And this is her best friend Tacy, whose real name is Anastasia.
And those flowers are for you.
And upstairs, the shelves are late...
And vice versa.
And we are the Price Club.
And we did $ 1200 less than the same week last year.
And we will meet.
And we'd both be happy.
And you are Kathleen.
And you do not own the phrase around the corner.
And you into Attila the Hun.
And you must be late for something. Volunteering, rolling bandages...
And you!
Annabel is my aunt. Isn't that right, Aunt Annabel?
Are we at the right time? Yeah, let's go.
Are you his uncle?
Are you online?
Aren't we?
As a matter of fact, I've read it.
As a sop to the neighborhood.
As almost all hats are.
As are you.
As far as I'm concerned...
As in gunshot.
Aww. Another independent bites the dust.
Because I am your competition, which you know...
Because it is Kathleen Kelly.
Because this is a big date.
Birdie is a very special person to me.
Birdie, where was this one taken?
Books and music, how much we both love New York...
Bottom dweller...
Bouquets of sharpened pencils. Oh.
Boy, she's a pill.
Brinkley and I will be waiting.
Brinkley is a great catcher who was offered a tryout on the Mets.
Brinkley is my dog. He loves the streets of New York as much as I do.
But all they're saying is that something you didn't want to happen at all...
But don't tell anybody. It's nothing to be proud of.
But good luck.
But he chose to stay with me so he could spend 18 hours a day...
But I beg you from the bottom of my heart...
But I have no excuse.
But I think that there's something there.
But I was thinking about it tonight as I was decorating my Christmas tree.
But I'm absolutely sure...
But I'm in the middle of a project that needs...
But I'm not going to tell.
But it was personal to me.
But it's out of print.
But no one will ever remember you, Joe Fox.
But plenty of people remember my mother.
But she thinks the window display is lovely.
But somebody else entirely different.
But somehow it is worse this year since I need some advice from her.
But the truth is...
But there is the dream of someone else.
But they discount.
But they don't fall in love with fascist dictators.
But they don't provide any service.
But we'll get them in the end.
But we're so right for each other.
But what if it did?
But you'll never forgive me.
But you're crazy about him?
But you're not.
Bye, Mom.
Call the super and then 9 1 1.
Can I ask you a question?
Can we save The Shop Around the Corner?
Can you help?
Can you see her?
Can you see her?
Can you spell cat?
Can't see. Waiter's blocking.
Cat. Thanks.
Cecilia had beautiful penmanship.
Cecilia Kelly.
Cecilia, what should we do?
Cecilia's store. Cecilia Kelly.
Certainly not the world's greatest expert...
City Books, on 23rd Street?
Close. We're going to close.
Closing the store is the brave thing to do.
Come on, one more time.
Come on, you can do it. Zip, zip.
Coming soon, a Fox Books Superstore. The end of civilization...
Confession, I've read Pride and Prejudice about 200 times.
Construction's going well. We should open on time.
Could you give me a hand with these used books?
Damn it!
Days later...
Dear friend,
Dear friend, I like to start my notes to you...
Did he say anything about wanting to meet you again?
Discount them and sell them.
Do children even know what handkerchiefs are?
Do you ever feel you've become the worst version of yourself?
Do you have the shoe books?
Do you know that Joni Mitchell song?
Do you mind?
Do you mind?
Do you remember me, from the bookstore?
Do you still want to meet me?
Do you think it would be a conflict of interest if you wrote about the store?
Do you think we should meet?
Do you think you could get our Christmas mailers out this week?
Do you want the West Side...
Do you want to get off the subway at 72nd and Broadway...
Don't be ridiculous.
Don't cry, Shopgirl.
Don't cry.
Don't do that, son. Don't romanticize them.
Don't I get a hello?
Don't misunderstand me. I'm trying to pay you a compliment.
Don't say that. That makes it worse.
Don't say that. We don't know that for sure.
Don't take the whole thing, just half.
Don't tell me. Not the slightest difference?
Don't they know you're supposed to have a last name?
Don't you have another one at your apartment?
Don't you just love New York in the fall?
Don't you love New York in the fall?
Don't you think daisies are the friendliest flower?
Enchanting. Your mother was enchanting.
Even deserved.
Even now...
Every night a truck pulls up to my neighborhood bagel place...
Every time I see you...
Everyone is breaking up. You. Me.
Everyone says things they regret when they're worried or stressed.
Everyone was talking about her today.
Excellent. I've got this covered. You can have the day off.
Except to say go to the matt...