When Harry Met Sally . . . (1989)

Almost in a tribute to Made for Each Other—among a great many other movies that have wrapped up with scenes of revelers counting down to the new year—this popular Nora Ephron-scripted, Rob Reiner–directed romantic comedy ends its gender-disagreement tale of love, friendship, and fate amid midnight confetti and a proclamation of just-realized passion (everyguy Billy Crystal’s, for longtime buddy Meg Ryan). It’s a merciless sigh producer even for (or especially for) educated urbanites, and our advice is this: don’t watch it, ever, if you’re single and lonesome. If you’re not, you’ve probably already seen it.


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