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Sleepless in Seattle (1993)

Sleepless in Seattle (1993)

Sleepless in Seattle is a beloved romantic comedy film released in 1993. Directed by Nora Ephron, the movie follows the tender and heartwarming story of Sam, played by Tom Hanks, and Annie, portrayed by Meg Ryan, as their paths cross through fate and destiny. Sam, a widower, and his young son Jonah, played by Ross Malinger, relocate to Seattle, where they capture the hearts of listeners during a late-night radio interview. Annie, a journalist from Baltimore, becomes captivated by Sam's heartfelt story and can't help but feel drawn to him.

Featuring a stellar ensemble cast including Bill Pullman, Rosie O'Donnell, and Rita Wilson, the film perfectly encapsulates the essence of love, longing, and second chances. With its delightful screenplay, charming performances, and memorable soundtrack, Sleepless in Seattle has remained a timeless classic for decades.

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A transvestite, a flasher, a junkie, a chainsaw murderer
About a year and a half ago. Aw. Have you had any relationships?
About how much he loved his wife
About what? BECKY: Whatever it is.
About you. How you're doing.
About your mum.
Absolutely. Your words.
Actually, he sounded nice.
After the age of 40... That is absolutely untrue!
Ah! It's right there! Look!
All right, what's your Christmas wish, Jonah?
All right.
All right. Jonah, listen, I've got to go.
ALL: Ooh! Tennessee, you are on the air.
Although, I cried at the end of The Dirty Dozen.
Although, I cried at the end of The Dirty Dozen.
Am I what they had in mind?
An Affair to Remember. Did you ever see it?
And after a while I won't have to remind myself
And all I could say was hello. Oh, my God.
And breathe in and out all day long.
And could the whole front of the house open on a hinge so I can get in with a garage opener.
And get a feeling about them, ask them if they wanna have a drink.
And he asked me for some advice on how you might find a new wife.
And he got my lettuce and tomato on whole wheat, which, of course, he was allergic to.
And he is genuinely worried about you.
And he kind of just... They know and hug and it's so...
And he looks, and he comes out and looks at her.
And he says, No, as a matter of fact, I don't.
And he waited and waited. And it was raining, I think.
And he, like, goes to the bedroom.
And he's such a wonderful athlete. Are his folks nice?
And how he just fell in love with her like he was one of those cows in Michigan.
And I got his lettuce and tomato on white.
And I haven't been laid that much. Six girls in college. Maybe seven.
And I knew it, I knew it the very first time I touched her.
And I knew it.
And I knew it.
And I knew. What?
And I never would give it to them.
And I thought you were never going to.
And I tried to talk to her. It was like I knew her or something. It was weird.
And I understand you had a caller the other night, some guy from Seattle.
And I will calmly come and take care of it. You scream like that again, I'll kill you.
And I'll, uh...
And I've just told the most terrible one to the man I'm about to marry.
And if we start asking why, we'll go crazy.
And it was delicious. It was, wasn't it, Milton?
And Jonah and I will get along just fine again, as soon as I break his radio.
And knowing I could've done something. What do you think?
And now 2000 women want his number. The guy could be a crackhead,
And our pathetic need for it is what gets us into so much trouble.
And Richard Jaeckel and Lee Marvin we sitting on top of this armoured personnel carrier.
And some other people's.
And suddenly, he goes, I saw the painting
And the only problem... We have to redo all the cabinets.
And the shrink practically forces the guy and says, Do you want to talk about it.
And the stewardess won't carry you around and stuff like that.
And then after a while I won't have to think about
And then after a while, I won't have to remind myself
And then after a while, I won't have to think about
And then I gotta visit Winston Hughes about switching over our computers, but...
And then in a few months, boom, I'll be fine. I'll just grow a new heart.
And then it turned out the guy lived in Duluth. Where's Duluth?
And then one day we both ordered sandwiches from the same place
And then one day you order takeout that changes your life.
And then she's too proud to tell him that she's...
And to all my listeners, a magical and merry Christmas.
And to you, Sleepless in Seattle,
And tonight's topic is your wishes and dreams.
And we'll be right back after this break with your listener response.
And when I give parties, I always put in platters.
And when you get together, the puzzle's complete.
And who's this? Howard.
And you completely lose sight of what counts.
And you need a wife. What do they call that, when everything intersects?
And your host is... Not on your life.
And... You know what I think? I think I thought it was too perfect, you know.
ANNIE: Grandmother's dress.
ANNIE: Nothing's with me.
ANNIE: Oh, Mum...
Any one of them. Five minutes, and ready to eat.
Are you all right? She's fine.
Are you Annie? Yes.
Are you going with her? I'm going with Victoria, yes.
Are you in love with him?
Are you serious? Yeah.
Are you sure?
Are you two finished? Fine, now where were we?
Aren't we all right? So far, have I done anything stupid?
Aren't you gonna read any of these? No. This is not how it's done.
At one point I looked down and I couldn't tell which fingers were his and which were mine.
BARBARA: I noticed these things are back in fashion.
BARBARA: Oh, honey, what a shame.
BARBARA: To Walter and Annie.
BARBARA: We'll move them.
BARBARA: We'll spray you.
BARBARA: We'll spray you.
Baseball. It's baseball. Historical reference.
Because he doesn't even notice that she doesn't get up to say hello.
Because he had to go off for a weekend special at the Holiday Inn!
Because I have these dreams
Because I realise I'm never going to fit my platters
Because I would be so absolutely mortified if anyone knew I did anything
Because it isn't your mother.
Because we can't stand the fact that everything that happens is accidental.
BECKY [ON PHONE]: Did you talk to him?
BECKY: See you tomorrow.
BECKY: So then what happened? ANNIE: So then I left, obviously.
BECKY: Something's with you.
BECKY: What was that about up there?
Bees. I'm allergic to bees.
Bless you. Bless you!
BOTH: Too many.
Breathe in and out all day long.
Breathe in and out all day long.
Brooks Robinson was the best third base men ever.
But couldn't we flip the house around so that everything in the back is now in front?
But everybody's an adjustment. Nobody's perfect. There's no such thing as a perfect...
But he comes to see her anyway. And I forget why, but...
But he saw you, right? He saw me.
But I am not one of those people. No, siree.
But I'm only gonna be gone one night.
But Jessica says, you and Annie never got together in that life.
But now it feels as if you're coming back from wherever you were.
But that's normal, right?
But we're dealing with it.
But what I really don't wanna do
But when you first met her, did you believe
But, anyway, I was listening to him talk about how much he loved his wife
Bye Bye Blackbird.
Bye. Bye, Jonah.
Bye. Bye.
Call her on the phone to say, Let's look at swatches?
Calm down, you brought it up. I did not, Wyatt.
Can I bring something back for you? A souvenir?
Can I get you a drink? Some champagne?
Can I just take a look? There's someone I was supposed to meet.
Can I take a minute? Go ahead.
Can we have a bottle of Dom DeLuise.
Can you appreciate the difference?
Can you keep an eye on things out front till I get back?
Cary Grant would call up and say, Come over and look at my swatches?
Cary Grant, right? You know that movie?
Chicago Cancer Family Network.
Christmas Eve, he phones in one of those radio call in shows.
CLAIRE: Sam, I'm so glad you're here. How are you?
Clarise is gonna be here.
Clarise, did you move your car?
CLIFF: Are you all right? It's nothing. It's nothing.
Clinical psychologist and the friend you never had.
Cold salmon, a lovely cucumber salad, strawberries.
Come here.
Come on.
Congratulations, Walter.
Could it be that you need someone just as much as Jonah does?
Could she use a barrette to keep her hair out of her face?
Couldn't do it.
Crippled. And he's too proud to find out why she doesn't come.
CROWD: Ten, nine, eight, seven, six
Dad, I was talking to Jessica about reincarnation.
Dad! Dad! Jonah?
Dad... SAM: Tell them about the radio show.
Dear Annie. Thanks for your letter. It was great.
Dear Sleepless and Son. I've never written a letter like this in my life...
Dear Sleepless in Seattle
Dear Sleepless in Seattle. I live in Tulsa. Where's that?
Destiny takes a hand.
Did anybody read that book all the way through?
Did anyone ever call you anything other than Walter?
Did you even read that book?
Didn't you see Fatal Attraction? You wouldn't let me.
Do you feel that any lie is a betrayal?
Do you have kids? No.
Do you know anyone who works for someone named Dr. Marcia Fieldstone?
Do you know how much money it costs to go to New York?
Do you know how much money it costs to go to New York?
Do you know how to make juice?
Do you like baseball?
Do you like camping?
Do you wanna hear about destiny?
Do you want mine?
Does he like those little snow globes?
Don't go rolling in poison ivy as soon as I leave the house.
Don't go rolling in poison ivy as soon as I leave the house.
Don't mind him, he's just a guy who's lost his wife.
Don't try anything tricky. Understand?
Don't you hate flying? Yes, I do.
Dr. Marcia Fieldstone of Network America. And you are on the air.
Dr. Marcia. SAM: I don't mean to be rude...
Drinking a glass of water from the other side.
Empire State Building.
Especially over a certain age.
Even remotely close to what I have done.
Eventually, in a few months, you'll start seeing women. You'll meet someone.
Every kid needs a mother.
Everyone thinks so. It's a sign.
Everyone, please eat before it gets cold.
Everything all right? Oh, yeah.
Everything else is what happens when you watch too many movies.
Exactly. Eight is too few, twelve is
Except for the bread?
Excuse me, are you Annie?
Excuse me.
FIELDSTONE: And I don't want to invade your privacy...
FIELDSTONE: Aw, I can understand that. Jonah, is your dad home right now?
FIELDSTONE: Eight? How come you're up so late?
FIELDSTONE: Go on, Sam. I'm listening. Sam.
FIELDSTONE: I have no doubt that you're a wonderful father.
FIELDSTONE: I'm sure that I can help. But I'm gonna need you to help me...