Sleepless in Seattle
Comedy • PG • 1993 • 1 hr 45 min
A cozy classic romcom. Far fetched story but always enjoyable to watch.
Cute story, definitely a rom com classic.
I love all versions of Tom Hanks but 90s romance chick flick Tom Hanks is a personal favorite.
I remember liking it but I dont remember much details as I was relatively young when I watched it. Need to revisit it.
When I was young and first watched this it felt painfully drawn out, as an adult I appreciate the build. A timeless classic.
Sweet love story, the story of a single widowed dad is so pure
A romcom one can watch multiple times and still enjoy it.
Another Hanks Classic that everyone should see at least once.
A romantic classic. Nostalgic, enveloping, warm, the movie equivalent of a roaring fire in winter.
Cute rom-com. Ephren'esque. Witty and teary - sometimes the same time. It's not my favorite as I prefer one emotion at a time.
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