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When Harry Met Sally (movie)

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  • A Katz fight: New York deli sues Deerfield Beach deli over name

    A Katz fight: New York deli sues Deerfield Beach deli over name
    Just to clear up any confusion, Harry did not meet Sally at Katz's Deli in Deerfield Beach. It was Katz's Delicatessen in New York where Meg Ryan had the world's most famous faked orgasm in the 1989 movie "When Harry Met Sally." But the fact that...
  • Stand-up Scene: Summer puts smiles even on comics' faces

    Stand-up Scene: Summer puts smiles even on comics' faces
    I can feel the heat. Summer in the city is finally revealing itself — and not in the way it does to the masses who revel in the season at the lakefront and the perennial misfortunes of the Cubs. Rather, I feel it as I approach Schubas Tavern...
  • LAGFF Honors Greek Cinema, Hollywood Producers

    A dark tale that begins with the suicide of a girl who jumps off a balcony during her 11th birthday party earned the Orpheus Award for best feature at the 8th annual Los Angeles Greek Film Festival on Sunday night. "Miss Violence," the second outing for...
  • Review: 'What If' ★★

    Review: 'What If' ★&#9733
    "What If" brings up the distinctions among wit, jokes and robotic banter, and this new romantic comedy has a bit of the first and a few of the second, but it's largely a case of the third. The script, adapted by Elan Mastai from the play "Toothpaste and...
  • 'What If' is a rom-com that tries too hard to charm

    'What If' is a rom-com that tries too hard to charm
    Call it "When Harry Met Sally" with skinny-dipping. Or "(500) Days of Summer" with people falling out of windows. However you frame the sweet yet self-conscious "What If," it pales in comparison to those and so many other rom-coms. That would have...
  • 'What If's' Daniel Radcliffe, Michael Dowse try to elevate the rom-com

    'What If's' Daniel Radcliffe, Michael Dowse try to elevate the rom-com
    Few genres have taken their lumps like the romantic comedy — endlessly pronounced dead as new ones keep coming, lamented for its cliches yet sought o‎ut by audiences with longing in their hearts. So why would a director known for Canadian cult...
  • Storied New York City deli Katz's wins name battle with Florida cafe

    Storied New York City deli Katz's wins name battle with Florida cafe
    The New York City delicatessen Katz's has won a legal battle to force a Florida restaurant to change its name, according to court documents made public on Monday. Katz's Delicatessen, founded in 1888, sued Katz's Deli of Deerfield Beach in June,...
  • How Daniel Radcliffe Killed Harry Potter and Found 'What If'

    Growing up, Daniel Radcliffe always thought Harry Potter would die at the end of J.K. Rowling's books. "Because of the prophecy with Lord Voldemort," Radcliffe says on a recent afternoon in New York, between cigarette puffs. "I thought, 'How is she...
  • Why a screenwriting team adapted 'The Spectacular Now'

    We wrote "(500) Days of Summer" because we loved the romantic comedy — and feared for its survival. What used to be "The Graduate" and "Annie Hall" and "When Harry Met Sally" had become the home of the unrealistic, the unrelatable and the insincere....
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  • Review: 'The Rosie Project' by Graeme Simsion

    Review: 'The Rosie Project' by Graeme Simsion
    Early on in “The Rosie Project,” 19 children punch the air shouting “Aspies rule!” It's a first clue that Graeme Simsion's sweetly disarming debut novel will change the way you think about Asperger's syndrome. ------------------...