You realize of course that we could never be friends

WhenHarryMetSallyPosterOh dear. We’ve been a bit rubbish recently haven’t we? Between the summer, busy jobs, ladies and holidays we haven’t had much time at all for the podcast. Don’t worry listeners, Lewis and I are suitably chastised (we pay someone to do it).

This week (although as this write-up has taken so long it was actually several weeks ago) Lewis and I watched When Harry Met Sally. Somehow I’ve managed to avoid seeing it up till now but, as we discuss in the podcast, I’ve certainly seen lots of things influenced by it.

I was mostly taken by its charm and the chemistry between Meg Ryan (at her most beautiful) and Billy Crystal (looking like he always does, like a middle-aged supermarket manager). Lewis was less convinced, finding the film on his second watch rather melancholy. He’s a sensitive boy in many ways.

Anyway, hope you enjoy!

A first for the podcast this week. Monstrum, a micro-budget horror comedy currently in the middle of filming, gets the much-sought-after Secret Sponsor status. They are the first ever film we’ve made a Secret Sponsor. We’re hoping this means we’ll get invited to the premiere.

If our review has piqued your interest in the film, you can buy the When Harry Met Sally DVD from Amazon by clicking here (and we get a little bit of cash if you do – thanks in advance)

Anyway, without further ado, let us present our feature presentation:

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101 Films Podcast 061 – When Harry Met Sally

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Director: Rob Reiner  Year of release: 1989  Studio/Distributor: Castle Rock Entertainment, Columbia Pictures  Country: USA

Published by Lewis Packwood

The first game that Lewis ever played was "Horace Goes Skiing" on the ZX Spectrum. Yes, he's that old.

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