Kevin O'Connor’s review published on Letterboxd:
When Harry Met Sally feels real. I mean, it doesn’t feel like I’m watching Billy Crystal play a guy named Harry and Meg Ryan portray a woman called Sally; it actually feels like I’m actually watching two real people named Harry and Sally. There is a sense of realism and authenticity from their dynamic personalities, the things they say and the choices they make. They’re both just trying to figure out who they are, which is a feeling everyone could relate to at one point in their lives. It’s their relatable imperfections that make When Harry Met Sally such a rewatchable rom-com.