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  2. All Nora Ephron Movies, Ranked Best to Worst

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    Oct 12, 2018 · Heartburn – starring Jack Nicholson and Meryl Streep – is another good Nora Ephron film. Ephron's movie You've Got Mail addressed love in the age of email. Other good films featured on this best Nora Ephron movies list include Julie & Julia, Lucky Numbers, and Hanging Up. Do you have a favorite Nora Ephron film?

  3. Nora Ephron's 10 Best Movies, Ranked | ScreenRant

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    • When Harry Met Sally (1989) It's 1977 and recent graduates Harry (Billy Crystal) and Sally (Meg Ryan) are carpooling from Chicago to New York, arguing about whether a platonic friendship is possible between the sexes.
    • Sleepless In Seattle (1993) Mourning his wife's death, Sam Baldwin (Tom Hanks) moves to Seattle with his young son, Jonah (Ross Mallinger). After being pressed by Jonah to call-in to a radio talk show to discuss his feelings, Sam's story catches the attention of Annie Reed (Meg Ryan).
    • Silkwood (1983) Karen Silkwood (Meryl Streep) works at a nuclear facility where she raises concerns about its safety practices. As she continues raising awareness about violations that could put the plant's workers in danger, she discovers that she, herself, has been exposed to high levels of radiation.
    • You've Got Mail (1998) Kathleen Kelly (Meg Ryan), the proprietress of a small bookstore, finds her mortal enemy in Joe Fox (Tom Hanks), the CEO of a chain bookseller that threatens her business.
  4. Nora Ephron's 10 Best Movies, Ranked - IMDb

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  5. 7 Best Nora Ephron Movies - A List by ComingSoon.net

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    • When Harry Met Sally…
    • Julie & Julia
    • Bewitched
    • Sleepless in Seattle
    • You’Ve Got Mail
    • Silkwood
    • My Blue Heaven

    When Harry Met Sally… is not only Ephron’s best film but one of the best American romance movies of contemporary cinema, in large part because of its clever simplicity. Directed by Rob Reiner, the film plays Billy Crystal opposite Meg Ryan as the respective titular characters. Throughout the years, the two unwittingly pop up in each other’s lives. The prototypical “will they or won’t they?” scenario ensues as Harry and Sally frequently bicker about the nature of relationships between men and...

    Julie & Julia is an adaptation by Ephron of both professional chef Julia Child’s autobiography My Life in France and Julie Powell’s memoir Julie & Julia: My Year of Cooking Dangerously, based on her popular weblog. The film follows two parallel threads: Julia Child (Meryl Streep) and her husband (Stanley Tucci) moving to France in the 1950s, where Julia attends Le Cordon Bleu; and Julie Powell (Amy Adams) and her husband (Chris Messina) in New York in 2002, which Julie finds reprieve from her...

    Bewitched was named for the 1960s sitcom about a suburban American witch that preceded it. The film — co-written by Ephron, her sister Delia, and Adam McKay — is a meta-take on the show. An actual witch named Isabel Bigelow (Nicole Kidman) takes on the role of Samantha Stephens in a remake of the sitcom Bewitched. Antics ensue as she is cast opposite of a narcissistic mortal actor named Jack Wyatt (Will Ferrell), who plays Samantha’s husband Darrin. The film was frequently derided upon its re...

    Sleepless in Seattle tells the story of two lonely people: Sam Baldwin (Tom Hanks), who has recently lost his wife to cancer, and Annie Reed (Meg Ryan), who feels unsure and aimless in her relationship with Walter (Bill Pullman). Sam’s young son Jonah and his friend Jessica attempt — with varying success — to foster a relationship between the two. It is the sort of “will they or won’t they?” type of romance film that draws one in and provides as much tension as a thriller.

    You’ve Got Mail — which Ephron directed as well as wrote — was based loosely on the 1940 Ernst Lubitsch film The Shop Around the Corner starring Jimmy Stewart and Margaret Sullavan. In the film. Kathleen Kelly (Meg Ryan) and Joe Fox (Tom Hanks) embark upon an anonymous love affair via email, unaware that they are speaking to their respective real-life business competitors. It is an undeniably sweet film — even if it seems like an odd move to cast Hanks and Ryan opposite one another for the se...

    Silkwood is one of the darkest pieces — if not the darkest — in Ephron’s oeuvre as well as her screenwriting debut. The film, directed by Mike Nichols (director of Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf and The Graduate), tells the real-life story of Karen Silkwood (played by Meryl Streep), a nuclear factory worker and union activist who is killed in a car accident while investigating possible wrongdoing on the part of the factory which employs her. It is a gripping, tense film which Ephron and her c...

    My Blue Heaven is a sort of companion piece to Martin Scorsese’s acclaimed Goodfellas. Ephron’s husband Nicholas Pileggi wrote the book Wiseguy—upon which Goodfellas is based—with a series of interviews with the real-life mobster-turned-state’s evidence Henry Hill. As a result, Ephron also spent a significant amount of time with Hill and based the central character of My Blue Heaven upon him. Vinnie Antonelli (Steve Martin) has been recently placed in the Witness Protection Program so that he...

  6. Nora Ephron - IMDb

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    She was an acclaimed essayist (Crazy Salad 1975), novelist (Heartburn 1983), and had written screenplays for several popular films, all featuring strong female characters, such as anti-nuclear activist Karen Silkwood (Silkwood (1983), co-written with Alice Arlen) and a mobster's feisty... See full bio »

  7. The Essentials: 5 Key Nora Ephron Films | IndieWire

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    Jun 27, 2012 · The Essentials: 5 Key Nora Ephron Films ... The 100 Best Movies of the Decade 35 Must-See New Movies to See This Fall Season Sundance 2021: The 15 Best Movies of This Year’s Festival ...

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  8. The best of Nora Ephron – The Marquee Blog - CNN.com Blogs

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    Jun 27, 2012 · Throughout her life, Nora Ephron was the ultimate multi-hyphenate, succeeding as a journalist, a film director and a writer of fiction, essays and plays for the stage and screen. With those efforts, Ephron, who died at 71 on June 26 , has left behind a groundbreaking legacy filled with great characters, plenty of wit, and that distinct Ephron ...

  9. Nora Ephron - Wikipedia

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    Nora Ephron (/ ˈɛfrən / EF-rən; May 19, 1941 – June 26, 2012) was an American journalist, writer, and filmmaker. She is best known for her romantic comedy films and was nominated three times for the Academy Award for Best Writing: for Silkwood (1983), When Harry Met Sally... (1989), and Sleepless in Seattle (1993).

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    • 1973–2012
  10. 12 Movies by Nora Ephron | HowStuffWorks

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    • Silkwood (1983) Ephron was at the top of her game with this script based on the true story of Karen Silkwood, a whistle-blower on safety violations at an Oklahoma plutonium plant.
    • Heartburn (1986) The all-star cast of Heartburn included Meryl Streep, Jack Nicholson, and Jeff Daniels in a story based on Ephron's best-selling novel, which captured her real-life transition between marriages.
    • When Harry Met Sally (1989) Probably the most popular and iconic Ephron film to date, When Harry Met Sally is widely understood to be the romantic comedy by which all others are measured.
    • My Blue Heaven (1990) This light comedy stars Steve Martin, Rick Moranis, Joan Cusack, and Carol Kane as FBI agents, mobsters, and other suburbanites.
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