'Sleepless in Seattle' Is Coming to Amazon Prime This Month
Plus, more recommendations for what to watch on the platform in September
The Nora Ephron-directed rom-com classic premiered 25 years ago, and it's still a favorite for so many reasons. For one, it stars the dynamic duo of Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan. When Sleepless in Seattle was released in 1993, they had already starred together in Joe Versus the Volcano (1990) and would go on to headline another beloved Nora Ephron feature in You've Got Mail (1998). These films are all supremely quotable, but when it comes to Sleepless, who can forget the final scene atop the Empire State Building?
What are you waiting for? Queue it up!
If you can already quote every line of Sleepless in Seattle and are looking for something new, there are a few other launches of note on Prime this month. The Maya Rudolph- and Fred Armisen-led Prime Original series Forever (2018) has garnered rave reviews, especially for Rudolph's multifaceted and moving performance. The stunning Paul Thomas Anderson film There Will Be Blood (2007) is also available on Prime beginning this month. (Haven't seen it yet? Prepare to be wowed.)
On Chesil Beach (2018), a film adaptation of the Ian McEwan novel of the same name has also been released on the platform. It stars Saoirse Ronan and Billy Howle as a young couple struggling in their new marriage. The Tom Cruise classic Jerry Maguire (1996) is also now available—time for a re-watch?
And who remembers 1991's Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves starring Kevin Costner, Alan Rickman, and Morgan Freeman? You can watch it on Prime now too. Also be sure to catch Smokey and the Bandit (1997) and Stronger (2017) on Prime while you can.
For more movie recommendations, check out 50 Movies Everyone Should Watch in Their Lifetime and 30 Movies from the Past 10 Years Everyone Should See at Least Once.
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Is Sleepless in Seattle one of your favorites? What are the rom-coms that you can watch over and over again?