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Kathleen (played by ‘90s darling Meg Ryan) and Joe (played by everyone’s favorite dad Tom Hanks) meet in an over-30 chat room and set some rules when they start messaging: they won’t reveal their real names (just Shopgirl and NY152) or anything about their jobs, hobbies, friends, or family.
What they don’t know is Joe’s new bookstore franchise, Fox Books, is ruining business at Kathleen’s local bookstore, the Shop Around the Corner.
Once they discover their identities, she says, “I wanted it to be you.
I wanted it to be you so badly.” They kiss and live happily ever after with their giant laptops.
“Eurotrip” is one of the best teen movies of all time — not to mention it has one of the best songs to ever come out of a movie: “Scotty Doesn’t Know.” When Scotty’s girlfriend breaks up with him on graduation day, he gets drunk at a party to numb the pain.
Before the party, though, Scotty is emailing with his German pen pal, Mieke, when his best friend, Cooper, tells him it’s weird that he talks to a foreign dude every day and that he’s probably a sexual predator.
It’s been over 20 years, so I think it’s OK to spoil the ending of this movie for those who haven’t seen it: Joe and Kathleen realize their feelings for each other, and the final scene shows them arranging a meeting with their online love interest at the park.
Sarah brings her brother’s dog, Mother Teresa, who she’s dog-sitting, and Jake brings his friend’s dog.
They have some cute love/hate banter about Sarah’s profile where she indicates the man must love dogs, not must own a dog.
This is the quintessential online dating movie, and I remember going to see it with my dad and sister when I was a kid.
Released in 1998, “You’ve Got Mail” is set in New York City during the days of AOL (oh, that dial-up tone).