Rob Reiner

 The Bucket List (2007) Rated PG-13

When corporate mogul Edward Cole and mechanic Carter Chambers wind up in the same hospital room, the two terminally ill men bust out of the cancer ward with a plan to experience life to the fullest before they kick the bucket. In a race against the reaper, the new friends hit the tables in Monte Carlo, down obscene amounts of caviar and tear up the road in supercharged cars.

 The Princess Bride (1987) Rated PG

In this enchantingly cracked fairy tale, the beautiful Princess Buttercup and the dashing Westley must overcome staggering odds to find happiness amid six-fingered swordsmen, murderous princes, Sicilians and rodents of unusual size. But even death can’t stop these true lovebirds from triumphing.

 Rumor Has It (2005) Rated PG-13

In this Rob Reiner comedy, Sarah Huttinger travels to California for her sister’s wedding, where her grandmother reveals a bit of gossip: Sarah’s mother cheated on her father just a few days before they were married. The plot thickens when Sarah hears a rumor about a local family who served as the real-life inspiration for The Graduate’s Robinson clan.

 Stand By Me (1986) Rated R

In this Rob Reiner dramatization of Stephen King’s novella The Body, a writer tells the story of how four boys sought adventure and heroism in the Oregon woods with their search for a missing teen’s dead body in the 1950s. What they uncover about themselves along the way, however, means even more.

 When Harry Met Sally (1989) Rated R

Can men and women remain friends without sex getting in the way? Nora Ephron’s episodic screenplay introduces womanizing, neurotic Harry and ambitious, equally neurotic Sally as chums who resist sexual attraction to keep up their friendship — a relationship always teetering on the brink of love. As the two draw closer, the question resurfaces: Can they stay just pals?

synopsis by Netflix.

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