Feel All The Feels With These Meg Ryan Movies
Meg Ryan was the queen of rom-com moviesin 1990 and her films will prove to you that her title is just right for her. With her beauty, charming smile, and realistic portrayal of characters that she perfectly embodies, Meg Ryan was the ideal girlfriend of her time. Here are the list of Meg Ryan Moviesto make you feel all the feels.
This is the start of their romance and fate. In the late '80s before Dennis Quaid and Meg Ryan worked again in Flesh And Bone, They first worked in this film entitled Innerspace. Later on, these two will marry each other in real life.
Following an attack by a competing group, pilot Lt. Tuck Pendleton (Dennis Quaid) is shrunk and unintentionally implanted inside hypochondriac Jack Putter (Martin Short). Once Jack realizes what is happening, he enlists the assistance of Tuck's previous lover, reporter Lydia Maxell (Ryan), and the three embark on an expedition to apprehend the adversary and rescue Tuck before he runs out of oxygen. Although it was not a box office smash at the time, the picture received an Academy Award for visual effects and has since developed a cult following for its unique combination of humor, romance, science fiction, and adventure.
Meg Ryan was nominated for an Independent Spirit Award for this gritty drama, the festival's inaugural commission. Bev has a reputation for playing the role of the "good girls" and she proved her versatility by playing Bev, a reckless and careless wife.
A story of unfulfilled goals set in small-town Utah, the film follows two classmates several years after they graduate. Hancock, a failed college basketball player, becomes a police officer in his hometown while his cheerleader girlfriend continues to succeed in college in this 1987 drama film. Meanwhile, Danny, the geek, arrives home with Bev, his sweetheart. It's just a matter of time before the couples' lives become inextricably linked; however, danger looms on the horizon.
Finally breaking free from her "good girl: image and roles, Meg Ryan plays a heroic character that she portrays well in this 1996 war film. Ryan received a lot of praises in this movie as she perfectly embraced the challenging role of Captain Karen Emma Walden.
Lieutenant Colonel Sterling (Denzel Washington), haunted by a previous deadly and fatal error, is charged with determining if Captain Karen Emma Walden (Ryan) is deserving of the Medal of Honor. She died as a result of a rescue mission during which her own helicopter crashed. Sterling must unravel the mystery surrounding her death by sorting through contradicting accounts from her crew; because Ryan is only seen in flashbacks, her character is depicted differently depending on who is narrating the story: was she a hero or a coward? It's up to you to decide.
Before the two paired up in You've Got Mail, they starred in this 1993 romantic comedy film entitled Sleepless In Seattle as a couple.
Sam (Hanks) is still mourning the loss of his wife in Seattle, and his young son, Jonah (Ross Malinger) convinces him to dial into a radio talk program to express his grief. Hundreds of sympathetic ladies begin writing to the widower, including Annie in Baltimore, who writes to urge that Sam meet her in the Empire State Building, à la "An Affair to Remember." The whole film is devoted to Jonah's efforts to bring Sam and Annie together — it's a rare love story in which the two protagonists do not meet until the very end. With an Oscar-nominated script by Nora Ephron (who also directed) and an Oscar-nominated song that incorporates big band period hits, "Sleepless in Seattle" has become a modern-day romantic classic. The film, Ryan, and Hanks were all Golden Globe nominees.
"Can a man and a woman remain friends without sex getting in the way?" This is the question asked by Director Rob Reiner and screenwriter Nora Ephron. This is the most successful rom-com movie of Meg Ryan up to date because of her amazing portrayal of the character, the pacing is just right, and the realistic scenes of the film made it stand among the rest of the movies in its genre.
Harry Burns (Billy Crystal) and Sally Albright (Meg Ryan) meet through a mutual friend and agree to share a long car ride to New York, sparking the start of a 12-year friendship. Or is it more? Through a series of chance encounters, they begin speaking in strange accents at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, singing karaoke at the Sharper Image store, debating coffee tables — and gradually fall in love — even if they are unaware.
There is no wonder why Meg Ryan hailed the rom-com films in her time. Her beauty, charming smile, and realistic portrayal of the character that she perfectly embodies are proof that her success is something she deserves. Her break free from the "good girl" image is more than proof of her versatility as an actress. We can't wait for more Meg Ryan to make us feel all the feels.