Can men and women be friends? That eternal question, best asked by Nora Ephron in "When Harry Met Sally," takes center stage in Joe Swanberg's...
Join us for a free webinar tomorrow, March 7, from 10-11am Central When Procurement Met Finance: How to Achieve the Hollywood Ending Harry: There are two kinds of women: high maintenance and low maintenance. Sally: Which one am I? Harry: You’re the worst kind. Show More Summary
Meg Ryan’s faked orgasm in “When Harry Met Sally” made the list of greatest sexless sex scenes captured on film. Say that five times fast. And find out what other sexless sex scenes made the cut. [Next Movie] Try these unusual methods to drive your guy wild with lust all the time. They involve oysters [...]
Jaiya, a sexologist, thought herself to ("mini-")orgasm on Joy Behar's Current TV show last night. "Joop," she said, while climaxing. "Jip." I'll have what she's having! Am I right? A little When Harry Met Sally humor for you, folks. More »
The rom-com classic When Harry Met Sally asked whether men can be just friends with women they find attractive. Celeste and Jesse Forever, out tomorrow on Blu-ray and DVD, spins that question on its ear. Can a freshly divorced couple...Show More Summary
We all have different opinions on the "When Harry Met Sally" debate. Have you had platonic relationships with women throughout your life? Are we all destined to be attracted to each other? Or is there true friendship available that we've all ignored?
BY NELL BOESCHENSTEIN Flipping through the New York Times Magazine’s tribute to those who died in 2012, I was disappointed but not surprised by the page given to Nora Ephron. It was a collage of letters cut out and pasted ransom note-style onto what appears to be a slab of white stone....
Post by Aunt BeckyEvery since the world fell in love with When Harry Met Sally, people make the grand assumption that the movie was, indeed, true, and that men and women can't be friends because one of them will always have romanticShow More Summary
Up until last night the most defining moment of a young woman's life was her reaction to the final scene in When Harry Met Sally. But now after seeing TLC's Best Funeral Ever, we're forced to reconsider that commonly held notion. Could...Show More Summary
A collage recreating Meg Ryan’s soliloquy from “When Harry Met Sally.”
Moonstruck is a movie that I'm just glad exists. Look at all it did for us: 1) it provided the most fun rom-com charisma of the late '80s (take THAT, When Harry Met Sally); 2) it gave Cher a role that suited her signature brassinessShow More Summary
I have a fantasy that we will one day live in a world in which films that are obviously dripping with influences will no longer need to have titles. They'll just be called "Earthquake meets When Harry Met Sally," or "The Godfather, but in space," and filmgoers will be able to make split second decisions [...]
There are several different types of romantic comedies. There are the films that make their mark in romantic American cinema, like “When Harry Met Sally” and “Sleepless in Seattle”; there are the fun, memorable ones that my generation...Show More Summary
When you think about the best romantic comedies and their countries of origin there a few clear names at the top of the list. Hollywood, of course, has seen its fair share of gems (including High Fidelity and When Harry Met Sally) even...Show More Summary
Come on, Billy Crystal, you're better than this. In what is sure to be a holiday comedy popular with families this Christmas, Parental Guidance, with the once great star of City Slickers and When Harry Met Sally and Bette Midler, has a new trailer. Show More Summary
So asks a study. Because we are looking at When Harry Met Sally to find out what to do our psychological research on now, apparently. Ampersand over at Alas A Blog has a good breakdown of the problems with the study, so I don’t have to. It’s the usual sort of problems– once again, we [...]
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When Harry Met Sally is a commercial film. Its mission is to be entertaining, to ensure as much watching as possible. As a commercial romantic comedy, its entertainment stems from its romance (Harry and Sally ending up happily together)...Show More Summary
Anyone who’s ever watched When Harry Met Sally will remember the line “I’ll have what she’s having” as the perfect punchline to that memorably obscene deli scene. As a justification for CEO pay, though, the “I’ll have what she (or, more often, he) is having” approach is a lot less hilarious in its effects, contributing [...]