3. “Runaway Bride” (1999)
In this movie, Richard Gere plays Ike Graham, a fictional columnist for USA Today who writes a scandalous piece about Julia Roberts’ character Maggie Carpenter.
She sends in this well-written retort, and Ike is promptly fired.
But most importantly: “World celebrates the coming millennium.”
7. “Now and Then” (1995)
The girls go to the library to find old newspaper articles and run across the story of how one of their mother’s died. Below that, we learn that there’s a doctor who thinks television isn’t good for you.
Also: “Building-Loan Men to Hold Banquet for Jubilee Date”
10. “The Notebook” (2004)
“Model Pays Traffic Fine for Husband”
Ryan Gosling…plus a Frenchman who has won a prize.
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