Romance Double Feature: Must Love Dogs/You've Got Mail [DVD]

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Romance Double Feature: Must Love Dogs/You've Got Mail (DVD)  (Enhanced Widescreen for 16x9 TV)  (English/French)  2005 - Larger Front
  • Romance Double Feature: Must Love Dogs/You've Got Mail (DVD) (Enhanced Widescreen for 16x9 TV) (English/French) 2005
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Special Features

  • Must Love Dogs:
  • Full-screen version
  • Additional scenes
  • Pass the Beef gag reel
  • Theatrical trailer
  • Languages: English & Français (dubbed in Quebec)
  • Subtitles: English, Français & Español (feature film only)
  • You've Got Mail:
  • Widescreen [16x9 1.85:1] version
  • HBO First Look: a conversation with Nora Ephron
  • Interactive Discover New York's Upper West Side map tour
  • Commentary by director/co-writer Nora Ephron and producer Lauren Shuler Donner
  • Music-only audio track
  • Extensive enhanced features for your DVD-ROM PC
  • Theatrical trailer gallery
  • Subtitles: English & Français (feature film only)

Synopsis

Must Love Dogs
A woman finds herself drafted into the battle of finding the perfect man in this romantic comedy. Sarah Nolan (Diane Lane) is a kindergarten teacher in her mid-thirties who is still dealing with the emotional aftermath of her divorce eight months ago. While her sisters, Christine (Ali Hillis) and Carol (Elizabeth Perkins), both think Sarah needs to start dating again, Sarah herself isn't so sure. Carol decides to force the issue by posting Sarah's photo and profile on an Internet dating site, and soon a number of seemingly eligible bachelors are sending her e-mails in hopes of a date. However, nearly every man she meets turns out to be a loser, with the exception of Jake (John Cusack), who is smart, good looking, and even brings along a dog for their walk in the park (though he doesn't tell her the pooch was borrowed for the occasion). However, Sarah also makes the acquaintance of Bob (Dermot Mulroney), the divorced father of one of her students, and she finds herself having to choose between two potentially worthwhile men. Meanwhile, Sarah's widowed father, Bill (Christopher Plummer), decides to give Internet dating a try, and lands himself a new steady in Dolly (Stockard Channing). Must Love Dogs is based on the best-selling novel of the same title by Claire Cook. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi

You've Got Mail
Sleepless In Seattle director Nora Ephron originally made a name for herself as the writer of romantic comedies such as Heartburn and When Harry Met Sally. She continues the genre with You've Got Mail, marking her second collaboration with actors Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan. The story brings romance and courtship into the electronic age of the World Wide Web via e-mail and chat rooms. Joe Fox (Hanks) and Kathleen Kelly (Ryan) live and work blocks from each other on New York City's Upper West Side. Their lives are practically intertwined. They both shop at the same place, frequent the same coffee shop, and even own competing bookstores on the same street. They also both have significant others of their own. Joe has the overly hyper book editor Patricia Eden (Parker Posey), while Kathleen lives with the scholarly newspaper columnist Frank Navasky (Greg Kinnear). Then they meet in a chat room. Though they keep their identities secret (they're known only by screen names "NY152" and "Shopgirl"), they tell each other everything about their lives, including their private feelings, which slowly turn into affection for each other. When Joe decides to open a new branch of his "Foxbooks" chain that risks putting Kathleen's "Shop Around the Corner" out of business, the tension between them escalates. Surely her boutique business will be lost to the conglomerate with a built-in newsstand and coffee bar. When Joe sees Kathleen waiting for him in the restaurant where they agreed to meet up, he puts two and two together, but cannot face her, given their agreement not to reveal each others' names and professions. How can he reveal himself to her now, knowing that he is the cause of her misery? Hopefully, love will conquer all. ~ Chris Gore, Rovi

Cast & Crew

  • Diane Lane
    Diane Lane - Sarah Nolan
  • John Cusack
    John Cusack - Jake
  • Elizabeth Perkins
    Elizabeth Perkins - Carol
  • Christopher Plummer
    Christopher Plummer - Bill
  • Dermot Mulroney
    Dermot Mulroney - Bob

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