Nora Ephron, the queen of romantic comedy filmmaking in the late 80's and 90's, made one of her most enduring films in 1998 (seriously, how many times a day is this movie playing on one channel or another?), which is ironic, considering how dated it's become in the subject matter. Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan meet in an internet chatroom (remember those?) and fall in love online, but can't stand each other in real life. Oldest premise in the book, right? Not only that, but it's a remake of The Shop Around the Corner, a Jimmy Stewart/June Allyson comedy from 1940- but I'll bet you today more people have seen this movie than have even heard of the original, sadly. But what can I say about You've Got Mail, except that it's proven itself endlessly watchable due to the charm of its actors and lightness of tone. It celebrates New York in the fall, old-fashioned bookstores, true love right around the corner and Tom Hanks at his most un-actorly, authentic, Jimmy Stewart-esque self. Who can resist?