Who could forget Meg Ryan's
famous 'orgasm' scene in "When Harry Met Sally?" Ryan used to be one of the few actresses who could guarantee box office business - especially when she chose to act in romantic comedies. Her halo may have slipped a bit, but she's still got a following of fans after 25 years in Hollywood.
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Meg Ryan's restaurant scene is one of the most recognizable scenes in movie history. Billy Crystal and Meg Ryan are wonderful in this romantic comedy about the trials and tribulations of friendships between men and women.
Meg Ryan stars with Tom Hanks in this wonderful tale of love lost and love found. The DVD is loaded with extras including a "Love in the Movies" featurette, "When I Fall In Love" music video, and commentary from the film's director, Nora Ephron.
"The Doors" deserves a spot on this list due to Meg Ryan and Val Kilmer's dead-on portrayal of The Doors frontman, Jim Morrison, and his girlfriend Pamela. Ryan and Kilmer are incredible as they bring to life the poet/singer who may, or may not, have died in a bathtub in Paris.
Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan reunite for this romantic tale of total opposites who wage war with each other in person while falling in love over the internet. As their online relationship heats up, offline they come to near blows with Ryan's little bookstore fighting off the big, bad bookstore conglomerate owned by Hank's family.
Meg Ryan gets serious playing helicopter pilot Captain Karen Walden, a brave wmoen who died while trying to protect her crew after their chopper crashed. Denzel Washington, Matt Damon and Lou Diamond Phillipps also give incredible performances in this dramatic thriller.
Meg Ryan kisses a strange, elderly man who shows up uninvited at her wedding. New husband Alec Baldwin shoos the man away, but not before Ryan and the stranger swap bodies. It sounds strange, but it's really a moving tale of love and longing.
Tom Cruise became a superstar as Maverick, a Navy fighter pilot with an attitude, a motorcycle, and a gorgeous body, in "Top Gun." Ryan plays the part of Anthony Edwards' wife and has one very memorable scene at a bar.
Tim Robbins is Ed, an auto mechanic who falls for Albert Einstein's niece, Catherine (Meg Ryan). Despite the fact that Catherine is engaged, Einstein likes Ed and, with the help of his cronies, helps him capture Catherine's heart.
Meg Ryan met and fell in love with her now ex-husband Dennis Quaid while working on "Innerspace," a goofy sci-fi comedy about a cocky pilot (Quaid) miniaturized and inserted in the blood stream of a hapless store clerk (played by Martin Short).
The Special Edition DVD release of "City of Angels" is packed with added features including commentary by members of the crew, deleted scenes, two special Making Of featurettes, interviews with Alanis Morissette and Peter Gabriel, and music videos from U2 and the Goo Goo Dolls.