نسخه بازبینی و سانسور شده. The film could have been a subtler comment on the way people look for complementary romances on line, not plain new relationships. They can't stand each other in person but over the internet they are very attracted. She says she never really loved me anymore. Meanwhile they have been corresponding over the internet without knowing who either of them are. Synopsis The owner of a large bookstore chain starts putting the owner of a small local bookstore out of business. Fox has the right name since he is a practical businessman running a chain of book mega-stores a la Starbucks Coffee.
Tales of this ilk can easily be mawkish, but this one largely avoids the trap, thanks to an intelligent script, the believability of the lead pair as well as the supporting cast and good pacing that leaves the denouement until the closing shot. During the memorable chat part, there's a moment where Joe Fox is anticipating the right answer and he's just happy when he gets it, because it allows him to move forward in his courtship. Then it gets more one-sided, making the ending questionable. Now, I have a hard time buying Tom Hanks as a despicable character, or even remotely unlikable, but that's the whole point of that savory little romantic comedy, signed written and directed by the late Nora Ephron, you only feel guilty when you hurt people you have deep connections with. The film is a nice time capsule of what was the Internet in the late 90's.
They can't stand each other in person but over the internet they are very attracted. He must now struggle to reconcile his real-life dislike for her with the cyber love he's come to feel. تنها قهرمانان و دلیران هر قوم یارای ماندن در این نبرد را باستانی دارند. Then there is the whole issue of Joe's serially monogamous dad Dabney Coleman that plays out quite humorously and the fact that Joe has an aunt that is thirty years younger than he is. A very moving addition to this version of the story is Kathleen's identification of the store with her mother to the point that, when the store does finally close, she considers it to be much like her mother dying all over again.
This is why on-screen relationships seem to work better and provide the illusion that our real life sucks. Considering Joe's mother had to be a victim of his father's philandering at some point, Joe seems to take his dad's personal habits quite casually. He has to fix it. Now, maybe I have not a problem with the ending except for the fact that it happens too late, how about seeing how two people behave on the Net and see them interact in real life as lovers. Both stores are located at the opposite sides of the same Manhattan street. بازی تراوین امپراتوری عظیم و پر افتخار خود را در تراوین بسازید! The only thing that really bothered me was the issue of Joe and Kathleen seeking other relationships while seriously involved with other people to the point of living with them and not letting on that there was anything amiss. I think this question is answered quite adequately.
The eagerness to check the mails to see if you've got one is still relevant today and epitomizes what we call now: an emotional affair. It's a place with warmth and soul. The 'e-motional affair' might provide the timeless appeal the film needs as the rest is just a succession of plot points leading to the inevitable declaration of love. It turns out that, even in Manhattan, people prefer to buy discount with the result being the end of Kathleen's store. In real life, you must be careful about what you say and you have no second chance. The movie was 2 hours long, felt like 10 minutes, and I didn't want it to be over! He starts to like her more but she still hates him.
کارگردان : نورا افرون بازیگران : تام هنکس، مگ رایان، گرگ کینر، پارکر پوزی، جین استاپلتون خلاصه داستان : ، «جوفاکس» هنکس و «کاتلین کلی» رایان در نزدیکی هم در وست ساید نیویورک زندگی و کار می کنند. But 1998 was the perfect moment to make this film, and now, it looks as a sweet reminder of how Internet used to work. This movie was warm, funny, smart, and sexy. Yes, we're blasé because we know if Skype or iPhones existed, there would be no plot. Did Joe's grandfather ever date Kathleen's mother? It's to Ephron's credit to have exploited her witty sense of humor and sensitivity to explore a modern device most people her generation would feel estranged with. Why and how did Birdie decide to buy all of that Intel stock? In films like You've Got Mail, where you can almost predict how it's going to turn out as soon as the opening credits appear, then it is up to the writers, director, and actors, to get us to enjoy the journey to the end credits. Words are still hanging in the air like a cartoon.
The point is love finding two people who on the surface seem completely mismatched in every way, and who, on top of that, are competitors. He starts to like her more but she still hates him. He starts to like her more but she still hates him. Some people may quibble that the ending is not very believable, but face it, do you fall in love with a person because of who they are, or what you think they are?. As the guy who is putting Meg out of business by opening a chain store close to her little shop, Tom Hanks character comes across as the arrogant person who only goal seems to open as many bookstores as he can, and make as much money as he can in doing so. When he is talking to Meg Ryan on the internet, we see another side of him, and learn that possibly, he's not the evil guy you think he is. Other films try to come in too trendy with freaky music and sexual content not that there's anything wrong with that - but it's not a feelgood movie! But the charm of the first exchanges and the acting save the film, it's perhaps one of the last performances where Meg Ryan still look like a sweetheart and Tom Hanks can have a lighthearted role after having played it so serious.
To everyone who hasn't yet seen this movie - rent it, buy it - enjoy it! Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan have more chemistry than a High School Science Department! Of course, that is not the point of the film. He has to fix it. The film missed many good points about the Internet and the battle between reality and virtuality, that's why the ending seems a bit forced. He finds out who she is but she doesn't know. Of course, in person, Meg hates him for what he is doing, on the internet, she falls in love with him. That felt real although I wish the portrayal of their real-life partners didn't make it so obvious they had no future together.
He has to fix it. This is why they're natural born talkers behind screens but all their real-life encounters are disasters. Internet offers something called anonymousness, allowing people to speak more openly about their personal troubles, their insecurities and doubts. However, for a modern romantic comedy this one hits the spot. And just the opportunity to talk about the things we loved. The virtual exchanges also highlight an important aspect of the Internet, it has revealed the inner loneliness of people, some who never realized they were alone until they could find a person to speak with.
It alters the basis of the disagreement to be that of Fox's big impersonal business delivering goods at a discount with the price being a largely anonymous and unknowledgeable retail staff versus Kelly's personal service and first editions that carries a large price tag for the paying customers. Eventually Joe learns that the enchanting woman he's involved with is actually his business rival. Now I start getting suspicious. Indeed, should have Kathleen fallen in love with the man who ruined her business? It is the same as its predecessor in that the pen pals actually know each other and do not like each other. The film does'nt get boring, even if watched for the 23rd time! He starts to like her more but she still hates him. This film has Joe Fox Tom Hanks as the heir to a Borders-like bookstore empire whose family is opening a new store near his pen pal Kathleen Kelly's Meg Ryan small children's' bookstore. When they meet online, however, they begin an intense and anonymous Internet romance, oblivious of each other's true identity.