You've Got Mail / Shop Around the Corner

You've Got Mail / Shop Around the Corner

James Stewart is a Budapest store clerk who finds himself feuding with his co-worker, Margaret Sullavan, only to unknowingly fall in love with her. Neighborhood bookstore rivals unwittingly become e-mail pen pals in thischarming remake of The Shop Around the Corner.
James Stewart is a Budapest store clerk who finds himself feuding with his co-worker, Margaret Sullavan, only to unknowingly fall in love with her. Neighborhood bookstore rivals unwittingly become e-mail pen pals in thischarming remake of The Shop Around the Corner.

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  • You've Got Mail

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    The stars of the box office smash "Sleepless in Seattle" team up again in this updated version of the classic romantic comedy"The Shop Around the Corner." Oscar-winner Tom Hanks ("Polar Express", "Road to Perdition") and Golden Globe-nominee Meg Ryan ("Kate & Leopold", "Proof of Life") portray two booksellers who feud during the day, but unknowingly fall in love with each other while chatting on the Internet at night. All-star cast includes Oscar-nominee Greg Kinnear ("Little Miss Sunshine", "As Good As It Gets"), Parker Posey ("Superman Returns", "Best in Show"), Golden Globe-winner Dabney Coleman ("WarGames", "Tootsie") and Emmy-nominee and Golden Globe-winner Jean Stapleton ("Michael" TV's "All in the Family"). Directed and co-written by Academy Award and Golden Globe-nominee Nora Ephrom ("Michael", "My Blue Heaven"). Ryan received her third Golden Globe nomination for her touching, yet comic, performance in this film.
  • The Shop Around the Corner

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    By night Alfred and Klara are pen pals who have never met but who are deeply devoted to each other. By day, Alfred and Klara are co-workers who, just as deeply, dislike each other in The Shop Around the Corner. Academy Award winner Jimmy Stewart stars with Margaret Sullivan as Alfred and Klara in this classic romance directed by the great Ernst Lubitsch. This day/night -- hate/love relationship cannot continue ... but will it be loving or loathing when Alfred and Klara discover the identities of their cherished pen pals?