Delia Ephron - Daryl Roth, Myra Lucretia Taylor, Sonia Manzano, Loretta Swit, Emily Dorsch, Daisy Eagan, Delia Ephron and Karen Carpenter New York City, USA - The Off-Broadway show 'Love, Loss, and What I Wore' celebrates 900 performances at B. Smith's restaurant Thursday 15th December 2011
Nora Ephron and Delia Ephron - Nora Ephron and Delia Ephron New York City, USA - Photocall with the new cast members of the play 'Love, Loss, and What I Wore' held at Marseille. Thursday 7th January 2010
Delia Ephron and Nora Ephron - Delia Ephron and Nora Ephron New York City, USA - Party to celebrate the new cast members of the play 'Love, Loss, and What I Wore' at 44 1/2 Wednesday 21st October 2009
Delia Ephron and Nora Ephron - Delia Ephron, Nora Ephron and Daryl Roth New York City, USA - Opening Night After Party for Nora and Delia Ephron's Love, Loss and What I Wore held at the Bryant Park Grill. Thursday 1st October 2009
A pair of sisters (Nora and Delia) collectively control the purse strings of many a woman and hold they keys to the heart of the modern romantic through two movies: Sleepless in Seattle and You've Got Mail. Nora Ephron (along with Meg Ryan), redefined delis and male-female interaction with 1989's When Harry Met Sally.... Both are the daughters of a screenwriting duo, children of The Industry, and have become higher-level powerbrokers than their parents ever were with a string of well publicized hits and soon forgotten misses that formed a winning streak that lasted up until now.
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Based on Ann Brashares' novel, Pants focuses on four 16-year-olds, all lifelong friends. Bridget (Blake Lively) is the go-getter of the bunch and a soccer star in the making; Tibby (Amber Tamblyn) is a sarcastic, wannabe filmmaker who favors black on her clothes and blue in her hair; Lena (Alexis Bledel) is the prudent one of the bunch; and Carmen (the outstanding America Ferrera), the narrator, is an aspiring writer and the only one whose body actually has curves.
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While its trailers make you believe the small screen gem has been reincarnated from its TV Land graveyard, those expecting a proper big screen revival will be sorely disappointed. In fact, the sisters Ephron have carefully crafted a film that tries and succeeds at not resembling the original. Too bad the parts they took out are all the best bits. The finished product is new and different, but it's too predictable and remarkably devoid of anything entertaining or enduring.
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You've Got Mail is about a woman named Kathleen Kelly (Meg Ryan), who's children's book store is in danger of being put out of business because of a new Barnes and Noble type book super store, owned by Joe Fox (Tom Hanks). When they meet each other they (of course) hate each other. What's the problem? They don't know that the other one is their favorite e-mail buddy. The premise is actually creative but they don't do anything with it. Hanks and Ryan have the unnecessary romances with Parker Posey and Greg Kinnear at the beginning, but the audience knows better. We know they're going to be history in about forty-five minutes. Bored yet?
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