This love letter to NYC's eccentric Upper West Siders aspires to be sophisticated romantic trifle in which polar opposites find heaven in each other's arms. But writer-director Nora Ephron's second go-round with SLEEPLESS IN SEATTLE stars Tom Hanks and
Meg Ryan is a disappointment, as reunions so often are. Bubbly Kathleen Kelly (Ryan) owns Little Shop Around the Corner (a not-so-subtle homage to the 1940 Ernst Lubitsch film on which this is based), a child-friendly shrine to kid-lit. Joe Fox (Hanks) is a cutthroat businessman whose family is
opening a mega-book emporium across the street from Kathleen's shop. They loathe each other on principle: She thinks he's th...