Billy Crystal, Meg Ryan, Carrie Fisher, Bruno Kirby
Rob Reiner (Director), Nora Ephron (Screenplay)
Release: Jan. 12th, 1989
Runtime: 1 hour, 36 minutes
During their travel from Chicago to New York, Harry and Sally debate whether or not sex ruins a friendship between a man and a woman. Eleven years later, and they're still no closer to finding the answer.
I'm not a fan of modern romantic comedy generally. To me, the screwball era did it properly and most of the films I've seen from this era were light on comedy and too high on contrived romance.
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It doesn't help that the film's reputation virtually guarantees that there won't be any significant conflict between these two over the course of the film Other characters aren't much better - about the only other characters who get any remotely significant development are their best friends (Bruno Kirby and Carrie Fisher respectively) and even then there's barely any development for their talent to even try to carry.