By Anna Breslaw
1. Now and Then
Four best girlfriends who came of age in the 1970s reunite in the 1990s when one of them is about to have a baby. Features the incomprehensible morph of Christina Ricci (young Roberta) into Rosie O'Donnell (old Roberta) and a chain-smoking, black-clad Demi Moore. Pre-Ashton, obviously. Important because Friendship, and also because Brendan Fraser has a cameo as an almost-too-sexy Vietnam War vet.
2. The Way We Were
Robert Redford/Barbra Streisand classic that enjoyed a resurgence in popularity after Sex and The City famously referenced it at the end of Season 2. But it stands on its own because it tells a story we've all heard (or lived): High-strung, conscientious, a-little-too-intense not-quite-pretty girl falls for somewhat lazy, entitled, extremely handsome boy. She straightens her hair. He falls for her back. Then it inevitably falls