You've Got Mail

You've Got Mail

By Nora Ephron

  • Genre: Nora Ephron
  • Release Date: 1999-02-12
  • Advisory Rating: PG
  • Runtime: 1h 59min
  • Director: Nora Ephron
  • Production Company: Warner Bros. Pictures
  • iTunes Price: USD 14.99
  • iTunes Rent Price: USD 3.99
From 1 Ratings


Neigborhood bookstore rivals unwittingly become e-mail pen pals in this charming remake of The Shop Around the Corner.




  • A new yorker talkin'

    By song mixer125
    I love this movie...the dymanics between hanks and ryan is uncanny. I am a New Yorker and the film gives a great comedic romance feature to living in Manhattan. Don't rent, buy!
  • Fantastic

    By Angel. 6011
    You've Got Mail is a wonderful breath of fresh air. Featuring a wonderful Tom Hanks and a fresh-faced, talented Meg Ryan, this film can entertain anyone and everyone. Bottom line: this movie is absolutely adorable and fun to watch over and over again. By the way, daisies truly are the friendliest flower. ;)
  • Heartwarming and uplifting movie.

    By forcina
    Wonderful movie. Lovely comedy. Highly recommended !
  • Horrible

    By Boba Nutt
    Only movie I've ever walked out of.
  • Meg Ryan love her work. why isn’t she doing more

    By Judy never had a nicname
    Movies etc ? please do not say she too old etc ! She can do comedy or Drama Loved her with Kevin Kline ( where has he been) Why is everyone so much into blood & guts, Fantasy? I do not need to laugh all the time, nor Cry, but I like to feel. By the way you folks who Make the $, try another real film with a Kline & Ryan. You might be surprised how many folks Are hungry for a real good film & we will pay & Can pay. How about a movie closer to their age & our age. I am just tired of the “drivel”
  • My favorite movie

    By SleeplessInHotLanta
    A great depiction of love in New York in all 4 seasons. My favorite movie to snuggle on the couch and watch with my cats.
  • Naïve Love Story

    By Semnick01
    I saw this movie at the theatres in early 1999 - I thought it was ok. Highlights are the scenes between Hanks and Ryan, at the coffee shop and at her apartment. Overall, a naive movie for who blindly believes in romantic stories.
  • The GOAT

    By EGValentino
    I don't think another film (okay, within the last 20yrs) gives the Rom-Com genra a better name. The chemistry, the setting, the dialogue, and the pace gives the film my complete 5-stars rating, and the Greatest Of All Time. It just never gets old. Brilliant by Ephron and the cast.
  • You’ve Got (Snail) Mail

    By ikoo712
    About that slow moving. At what point did “chick flicks” become “rom-coms”? Right about here.
  • still wonderful

    By littleRedFiat
    enjoyable on so many levels. a charming story with wonderful characters and great great actors.