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Watch this masterpiece and you'll find how and where to find a person who fills your heart with joy. Produced in 1998, this romantic comedy is based on a manuscript of the same title written by Nora Ephron (director, producer and author of the screenplay with her sister, Delia Ephron). The film is an updating of the Ernst Lubitsch "The Shop Around the Corner" to the Internet Age, a movie that reunites "Sleepless In Seattle" stars Meg Ryan and Tom Hanks and which follows the squabbling and romance of two competing book retailers on Manhattan's Upper West Side.
You've Got Mail movie 1 online - I turn on my computer I turn on my computer Kathleen Kelly (Shopgirl): I turn on my computer, I wait impatiently as it connects, I go online and my breath catches in my chest until I hear three little words: You've got mail.
 
You've Got Mail movie 2 online - Fox Books Watch You've Got Mail movie 2 online - Fox Books The Shop Around The Corner Frank Navasky: When you are finished with Fox Books The Shop Around The Corner will be responsible for reversing the entire course of the Industrial Revolution. Kathleen Kelly: Well, now, that is so sweet! Thank you.
 
You've Got Mail movie 3 online - I am your competition I am your competition Joe Fox: Why would I spy on you? Kathleen Kelly: Because I am your competition, which you know or you wouldn't have put up the sign: Just around the corner. Joe Fox: And you do not own the phrase around the corner.
 
You've Got Mail movie 4 online - The Shop Around The Corner The Shop Around The Corner Do you want the West Side to become one big, gigantic strip mall? Do you want to get off the subway at 72nd and Broadway and not even know you're in New York City? Can we save The Shop Around The Corner?
 
You've Got Mail movie 5 online - Bringing books to the masses Bringing books to the masses Kathleen Kelly: You think you're a benefactor bringing books to the masses. But no one will ever remember you. And maybe no one will remember me. You are nothing but a suit. Joe Fox: That's my cue.
 
You've Got Mail movie 6 online - I think I'll take some time I think I'll take some time What are you going to do now? I think I'll take some time. I'm almost looking forward to it. Good luck to you.
 
You've Got Mail movie 7 online - Through the internet Through the internet Kathleen Kelly: I only know him through. You won't believe this. Joe Fox: Let me guess. Through the internet? You've got mail. Those are powerful words. I'm happy for him.
 
You've Got Mail movie 8 online - I wanted it to be you so badly I wanted it to be you so badly Joe Fox: Don't cry, Shopgirl. Don't cry. Kathleen Kelly: I wanted it to be you. I wanted it to be you so badly.
 
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Nora Ephron Nora Ephron (May 19, 1941 - June 26, 2012)
 


Production


Directed by Nora Ephron; screenplay by Nora Ephron and Delia Ephron; writing credit to Miklos Laslo ("Parfumerie"); produced by Nora Ephron, Lauren Shuler Donner; music by George Fenton; cinematography by John Lindley; film editing by Richard Marks; animation by Walter Bernard, Milton Glaser, Mirko Ilic.


Cast

 
Tom Hanks as Joe Fox Tom Hanks as Joe Fox   Meg Ryan as Kathleen Kelly Meg Ryan as Kathleen Kelly
 
Greg Kinnear as Frank Navasky Greg Kinnear as Frank Navasky   Parker Posey as Patricia Eden Parker Posey as Patricia Eden
 
John Randolph as Schuyler Fox John Randolph as Schuyler Fox   Jean Stapleton as Birdie Conrad Jean Stapleton as Birdie Conrad
 
Dabney Coleman as Nelson Fox Dabney Coleman as Nelson Fox   Heather Burns as Christina Plutzker Heather Burns as Christina Plutzker
 
Dave Chappelle as Kevin Jackson Dave Chappelle as Kevin Jackson   Steve Zahn as George Pappas Steve Zahn as George Pappas
 
Jeffrey Scaperrotta as Matt Fox Jeffrey Scaperrotta as Matt Fox   Hallee Hirsh as Annabelle Fox Hallee Hirsh as Annabelle Fox
 
Cara Seymour as Gillian Quinn; Katie Finneran as Maureen, the Nanny; Michael Badalucco as Charlie; Deborah Rush as Veronica Grant; Veanne Cox as Miranda Margulies; Bruce Jay Friedman as Vince Mancini; Sara Ramirez as Rose, Zabars Cashier; Howard Spiegel as Henry, Zabars Shopper Diane Sokolow and Julie Kass as Zabars Shopper; Reiko Aylesworth as Thanksgiving Guest;
 
 

Script



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Plot


The owner of a large bookstore chain (Fox & Sons) starts putting the owner of a small local bookstore out of business. Meanwhile they have been corresponding over the internet without knowing who either of them are. They can't stand each other in person but over the internet they are very attracted.


Trivia


Joe Fox's grandfather mentions that long ago, he briefly shared a pen pal romance with the store's previous owner, Cecilia Kelly (Kathleen's mother), and that they only communicated through letters. This may have been a reference to the movie's predecessor, The Shop Around the Corner, starring James Stewart and Margaret Sullavan, or possibly the famous book and the movie 84 Charing Cross Road of the same name, with Anne Bancroft and Anthony Hopkins.

Soundtracks


"Puppy Song", "Remember (Christmas)", "I Guess The Lord Must Be in New York City" written and performed by Harry Nilsson; "I Guess The Lord Must Be in New York City" written by Harry Nilsson, performed by Sinead O'Connor; "Over the Rainbow" written by Harold Arlen and E.Y. Harburg, performed by Harry Nilsson; "Dreams" written by Noel Hogan and Dolores O'Riordan, performed by The Cranberries; "Dream" written by Johnny Mercer, performed by Roy Orbison; and others.


Box office


The film was a financial success, grossing $250 millions to a $65 millions budget.


Quotes


Joe Fox: Brinkley is my dog. We both love New York streets. Although he likes to eat pizza off the sidewalk and I prefer to buy it. (Share this quotes with full scene movie lines)

Kathleen Kelly: Dear friend: I like to start my notes to you as if we're already in the middle of a conversation. I pretend that we're the oldest and dearest friends as opposed to what we actually are.

Frank Navasky: Save The Shop Around The Corner and you will save your soul.

Schuyler Fox: She was too young for me but she was enchanting.

Birdie Conrad: You are marching into the unknown, armed with nothing.

Nelson Fox: Another independent bites the dust.

Christina Plutzker: I mean cybersex. Don't do it. The minute you do, they lose all respect for you.


Review


As famous Michelangelo Buonarroti's quote, from Carol Reed "The Agony and the Ecstasy" 1965 film, in reply to the remark of a cardinal "No modern artist can hope to equal the Greeks", "Why not? Why shouldn't we equal them? Surpass them, if we can.", Nora Ephron proved that it can overcome precursors, be it a successful film as "The Shop Around the Corner".
Thank you from my heart, Nora Ephron!