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  • Anita Smith

    "You know what that handkerchief reminds me of.. "The first time I met you" "The first time you LIED to me!" "I did not lie to you!" "Oh yes you did...and I thought you were so charming with that "FOX"... (might not be verbatim, but that's close enough!) Joe Fox and Kathleen Kelly from You've Got favorite movie.

  • Ed Uyeshima

    Kathleen Kelly (Meg Ryan) to Joe Fox (Tom Hanks): "Well... if he's not here, he has a reason, because there is not a cruel or careless bone in his body. But I wouldn't expect you to understand anybody like that. You with your theme park, multi-level, homogenize-the-world mochaccino land. You've deluded yourself into thinking that you're some sort of benefactor, bringing books to the masses. But no one will ever remember you, Joe Fox. And maybe no one will remember me, either, but plenty of people remember my mother, and they think she was fine, and they think her store was something special. You are nothing but a suit! " -- from You've Got Mail (1998) directed by Nora Ephron

  • Alaina Kaczmarski

    "'Hi, I'm Kimberly.' 'Hi, I'm Janice.' Don't they know you're supposed to have a last name? It's like there's an entire generation of cocktail waitresses." // You've Got Mail, 1998

  • Angelica Salinas

    Life Lessons from "You've Got Mail"

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