Vous avez un mess@ge Soundtrack (

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Rating: 6.70/10 from 228000 votes
Tags: shop owner
Alternate Names:
Title in Español:

Tienes un e-mail

Title in Italiano:

C'è post@ per te

Title in Português:

Você Tem Uma Mensagem


Kathleen Kelly, owner of a little and famous bookstore for children's books, has an affair. Being together with Frank Navasky, a well-known journalist, she betrays him by e-mailing secretly and anonymously with a (also betraying) man whom she met in a chat room.

Suddenly, her business gets endangered by the opening of Fox Books discount store just "around the corner". She meets Joe Fox, son of the owner, and soon gets annoyed by his arrogant way of managing business matters.

Although getting advice by her anonymous mail-pal, she has to close down her store. But Joe Fox's life suddenly gets out of control when he learns that his anonymous mail-pal is nobody other than Kathleen Kelly.

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Vous avez un mess@ge
The Puppy Song
Harry Nilsson: Writer
Harry Nilsson: Performer
The Cranberries: Performer
Noel Hogan: Writer
Rockin' Robin
Bobby Day: Performer
Leon René: Writer
Never Smile At A Crocodile
Frank Churchill: Writer
Splish Splash
Bobby Darin: Writer
Bobby Darin: Performer
Dummy Song
Lonely At The Top
Signed Sealed Delivered I'm Yours
I Guess The Lord Must Be In New York City
Both Sides Now
Over The Rainbow
Anyone At All
I'm Gonna Sit Right Down And Write Myself A Letter
The Instrument Song
Rockin' Robin
Leon René: Performer
Signed, Sealed, Delivered, I'm Yours
Stevie Wonder: Performer
I'm Gonna Sit Right Down And Write Myself A Letter
Joe Young: Performer

User reviews

Brian Martinez

The use of playful and upbeat melodies in certain scenes adds a sense of charm and light-heartedness to the overall tone of the film.

Dorothy Young

The music in the movie effectively conveys the contrast between the cozy bookstore owned by Kathleen Kelly and the impersonal corporate world represented by Joe Fox's Fox Books.

Thomas Davis

The soundtrack of Vous avez un mess@ge perfectly captures the emotional rollercoaster of the main characters, from the excitement of new connections to the heartbreak of betrayal.

Kenneth Jackson

The soundtrack's ability to evoke different moods and emotions throughout the film enhances the viewer's connection to the characters and their journey.

Lisa Parker

Overall, the music in You've Got Mail plays a crucial role in shaping the narrative and elevating the viewing experience, making it a memorable aspect of the film.

Mary Baker

The soundtrack's diverse range of musical styles, from upbeat pop tunes to melancholic ballads, adds depth and complexity to the storytelling, enhancing the overall viewing experience.

Dorothy Jackson

The instrumental pieces in the soundtrack provide a sense of reflection and introspection, mirroring the characters' internal struggles and personal growth.

Patricia Wright

The score's subtle use of piano melodies enhances the tender moments of the film, creating a sense of nostalgia and longing that resonates with the audience.

Nancy Turner

Overall, the music in Vous avez un mess@ge elevates the film's emotional impact and serves as a powerful storytelling tool that immerses the audience in the characters' journey of love, loss, and redemption.

Richard Anderson

The soundtrack of You've Got Mail perfectly captures the whimsical and romantic atmosphere of the film, enhancing the emotional depth of the story.

Daniel Hall

The use of acoustic guitar in certain tracks adds a warmth and intimacy to the scenes, making the audience feel more connected to the characters' emotions.

Kimberly Jones

The soundtrack of You've Got Mail perfectly captures the emotions and atmosphere of the film, enhancing every scene with its beautiful melodies and arrangements.

Donald White

The soundtrack effectively conveys the clash of emotions and values between Kathleen's traditional bookstore and Joe's modern discount store, reflecting the central conflict of the story.

Brian Wright

The music in You've Got Mail sets the tone for each moment, from the charming and romantic to the dramatic and emotional, creating a captivating listening experience that complements the storyline perfectly.

Anthony Jones

The soundtrack skillfully mirrors the evolving relationship between Kathleen and Joe, capturing the tension, humor, and eventual romance between the two characters.

Joshua Hernandez

The emotional depth of the film is enriched by the beautiful and melancholic music that accompanies key moments, creating a sense of nostalgia and longing.

Joseph Perez

The soundtrack of You've Got Mail is a delightful blend of upbeat, catchy tunes and poignant, heartfelt melodies that stay with you long after the movie ends, making it a joy to listen to on repeat.

James Lopez

The music beautifully enhances the romantic tension between Kathleen and Joe, creating a sense of longing and anticipation throughout the film.