You’ve Got Mail (1998)  » Movies  »
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    • by Jermaine McKenzie

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      You’ve Got Mail, directed by Nora Ephron is rated PG by the Motion Picture Asociation of America for some language. The original release date was December 18, 1998 for United States audience. This movie fallsin the genre of Comedy/Romance and stars Tom Hanks as Joe Foxx, Meg Ryan as Kathleen Kelly, Greg Kinnear as Frank Navasky and Parker Posey as Patricia


      Kathleen is the owner of a bookstore that has a loyal following of regular readers. Her fears come to reality when another bookstore is opened near hers and offers strong competition.

      On the verge of her business being closed down after the mega bookstore opening has basically taken all her clients, Kathleen is left in a state of distress.

      She finds a friend ...

      • online to vent her frustrations with and it just so happens, that her online friend is actually her rival store owner. What a shocking development!

        The attraction that develops between the two makes for an intersting movie. The more they fight the feelings, the stronger they become, and the more their need for each other comes into play.

        An over the top romance

        that overshadows the fact that online dating is extremely dangerous in this day and age. Be very careful who you get involved with over the internet. They might not be who they prenetnd to be, don’t be fooled.

        Bottom line for this love story is in typical fashion of the fiction the promote in the individual bookstores. There will always be a happy ending!

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