Louise (Meg Ryan), a high-powered lawyer, discovers her husband, Ian (Timothy Hutton) is having an affair. She knocks him out and binds him to the toilet with duct tape, just as a burglar (Justin Long) breaks in. When Sarah (Kristen Bell), Ian's girlfriend, shows up, things get even more complicated. Directed by Cheryl Hines. Categories: Comedy. Year: 2009.
Meg Ryan in Serious Moonlight
Clothing designer Mary Haines (Meg Ryan) spends most of her days at beauty salons, fancy lunches and fashion shows with her gossipy, high-society friends. Her luxurious, happy life is disrupted when she learns that her husband is cheating on her with Crystal Allen (Eva Mendes), a sexy shop girl. No one is more scandalized than Sylvie Fowler (Annette Bening), Mary's supposed best friend. As Mary goes head to head with Crystal, her friendship with Sylvie is put to the test, and their friends Edie (Debra Messing) and Alex (Jada Pinkett Smith) begin to question their romantic relationships as well. Directed by Diane English. With Candice Bergen, Carrie Fisher, Debi Mazar and Bette Midler. Categories: Comedy, Drama, Remake. Year: 2008.
Meg Ryan in The Women
Carter (Adam Brody), a young writer, leaves Los Angeles after he breaks up with his girlfriend, a famous actress. He heads for suburban Detroit, where he moves in with his grandmother (Olympia Dukakis). He gets to know the family across the street, and becomes friends with the mother (Meg Ryan), who is struggling to keep her troubled marriage together. He also begins a romance with the teenage daughter (Kristen Stewart, who plays Bella in Twilight). Soon, he finds that his life is changed profoundly by his relationships with these women. Directed by Jon Kasdan. With Makenzie Vega, Clark Gregg, and Elena Anaya. Categories: Comedy, Drama, Romance. Year: 2007.
Meg Ryan in In the Land of Women
After being around boxing her entire life, Jackie Kallen (Meg Ryan) is only able to climb up to being an assistant to a small time boxing promoter simply because she's a woman. But, when disgruntled boxing manager Sam LaRocca (Tony Shalhoub) offers her the contract of Luther Shaw (Omar Epps), a former contender and current drug addict, as a joke, Kallen jumps at the chance. With the help of trainer Felix Reynolds (Charles S. Dutton), Kallen is able to get Shaw back into top form and lands him the title shot he thought was gone for good. Directed by Charles S. Dutton. With Kerry Washington. Categories: Biography, Drama, Sports. Year: 2004.
Meg Ryan in Against the Ropes
Actress Rosanna Arquette was inspired to make this film when she wondered why Oscar-nominated actress Debra Winger disappeared from movies after she turned 40. Arquette decided to interview as many actresses as she could about the challenges of growing older on screen, including Gwyneth Paltrow, Meg Ryan and Frances McDormand. Directed by Rosanna Arquette. Categories: Documentary. Year: 2002.
Meg Ryan in Searching for Debra Winger
Kate (Meg Ryan) is a 21rst century career woman. Leopold (Hugh Jackman) is a 19th century British aristocrat who needs to marry a wealthy woman to restore his family fortune. When Kate's ex-boyfriend finds a way to travel through time, he meets Leopold and brings him back to contemporary New York. Most of Kate's friends think he is just an actor staying in character, but Kate believes Leopold's story. To her surprise, she finds herself falling in love with this perfect gentleman. Directed by James Mangold. With Breckin Meyer. Categories: Comedy, Fantasy, Romance. Year: 2001.
Meg Ryan in Kate & Leopold
Three sisters care for their wisecracking father (Walter Matthau) in this bright comedy-drama. Diane Keaton plays Georgia, a magazine editor. Meg Ryan is Eve, a party planner and Lisa Kudrow (from Friends) is a soap-opera actress. All their conflicts and rivalries come to the surface as they care for their ailing father, but so does all their love and humor. Directed by Diane Keaton. Categories: Comedy, Drama. Year: 2000.
Meg Ryan in Hanging Up
Tom Hanks is a corporate executive who longs for something more in his life, while Meg Ryan is the spunky owner of an old-fashioned small bookstore. Hanks' corporation plans to open a huge chain bookstore near Ryan's shop, offering big discounts she can't afford. While the two square off in business, without realizing it, they are carrying on a flirtation on the Internet. The film is based on the Hollywood classic, The Shop Around the Corner. Directed by Nora Ephron. Categories: Comedy, Romance. Year: 1998.
Meg Ryan in You've Got Mail
Sam (Matthew Broderick) is an easygoing astronomer who is devastated when his girlfriend, Linda (Kelly Preston), leaves him for a suave Frenchman, Anton (Tch_ky Karyo). He starts spying on Linda, trying to figure out how to break them up. But then bumps into Maggie (Meg Ryan), Anton's ex-fiancee, who also has the same plan and they join forces. Directed by Griffin Dunne. Categories: Comedy, Romance. Year: 1997.
Meg Ryan in Addicted to Love
Lt. Colonel Nathaniel Serling (Denzel Washington) is trying to do the right thing. An army officer haunted by a command mistake, he is selected to assess a helicopter commander's eligibility for the Medal of Honor. Captain Karen Walden (Meg Ryan) died in a heroic rescue attempt of a downed chopper and appears to be a hero. As Serling investigates, conflicting accounts from her crew cause him to question her actions. Directed by Edward Zwick. With Lou Diamond Phillips, Michael Moriarty and Matt Damon. Categories: Action, Drama, War. Year: 1996.
Meg Ryan in Courage Under Fire