Jack (1996) Jack Powell (Robin Williams) suffers from an affliction that makes him grow four times faster than normal, so the 10-year-old looks like a 40-year-old man. After years of being tutored at home, Jack convinces his overprotective parents (Diane Lane and Brian Kerwin) to send him to public school. The children don't know what to make of Jack, but with the help of his fifth-grade teacher (Jennifer Lopez), he makes an effort to win them over.
When Harry Met Sally (1989) Can men and women remain friends without sex getting in the way? Nora Ephron's episodic screenplay introduces womanizing, neurotic Harry (Billy Crystal) and ambitious, equally neurotic Sally (Meg Ryan) as chums who resist sexual attraction to maintain their friendship -- a relationship always teetering on the brink of love. As the two draw closer, the question resurfaces: Can they stay just pals? Carrie Fisher and Bruno Kirby co-star.
13 Going on 30 (2004) It's 1987, and geeky Jenna wants to be popular -- more than anything. But when her 13th birthday party goes awry, and she makes a wish that she could just be 30 already, she wakes up to discover she's flash-forwarded 17 years. Now a sexy, successful magazine editor, Jenna (Jennifer Garner) finds out that being an adult isn't all it's cracked up to be … but she can still do the "Thriller" dance like a champ. Mark Ruffalo co-stars.
Dirty Dancing (1987) Expecting the usual tedium of summer in the mountains with her family, 17-year-old Frances is surprised to find herself stepping into the shoes of a professional dancer -- and falling in love with the resort's free-spirited dance instructor.
Mrs. Doubtfire (1993) Loving but irresponsible dad Daniel Hillard (Robin Williams), estranged from his exasperated spouse (Sally Field), is crushed by a court order allowing only weekly visits with his kids. When Daniel learns his ex needs a housekeeper, he gets the job -- disguised as an English nanny. Soon he becomes not only his children's best pal but the kind of parent he should have been from the start. Not surprisingly, the film won an Oscar for Best Makeup.