When Harry Met Sally...
Comedy • R • 1989 • 1 hr 36 min
This holds up well. Terrific script. Wonderful casting.
Iconic movie that trancends the romantic comedy genre. Meg Ryan and Billy Crystal have amazing chemistry.
Very cute story and I can see why it’s a classic. I prefer You’ve Got Mail though
The two leads, their chemistry, and the witty dialogue are what make this romance so enjoyable and endearing.
I get why people like it but it wasn’t my favorite in the genre. Crystal and Ryan did pair up quite nicely. Seinfeld reminiscent banter.
Classic 80s/90s Rom-Com. The banter between Harry and Sally is what all the profiles on dating apps are wishing for.
The sweetest film ever. I want to cry when I see the way Harry and Sally look at each other.
Some good character development and a great story!
I have always had an issue with some of the ideas of this movie but it's charms cannot be denied.
Slow burn romance. Banter. Liked the cutaways to old married couples telling their stories. Balance between comedy/romance. Believable plot
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