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Comedy, Drama, Romance
The romantic comedy is one of the toughest kinds of film to do well. How do you keep two people who are obviously always meant to fall in love apart for two hours without it getting really annoying? What makes When Harry Met Sally so good is that at the start Harry (who's a slob) and Sally (who's uptight) are clearly anything but right for each other, even in a world where opposites attract? So in fact, it's shared experience and a long friendship that brings them together in this poignant, realistic and very funny film.
Contains strong language and moderate sex references.
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Charming, offbeat romance about a young tourist who persuades a French stranger to get off the train with him in Vienna to wander round for the night.
Contemporary musical set in Ireland featuring a Dublin busker and a Czech immigrant.
A cosy tale from Richard Curtis about a man who goes back in time to woo his dream woman and perfect his future.
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