The best rom-coms are from the 1990s, hands down. This is one of my favorites. It stars Andie MacDowell and Gerard Depardieu. Each needs the other and so they marry to get him a green card, or spousal visa, and her a greenhouse. MacDowell is a horticulturist trying to move into a tony Upper West Side apartment with a magnificent garden. Depardieu is a Frenchman trying to move to America permanently. Since MacDowell's character, Bronte, has a better chance of getting the apartment of her dreams if she is married, she is set up with Depardieu's Georges. They marry, she gets the place, and he will have permanent residency if they can convince the government agents that the marriage is legit. Of course things go wrong before they go right. Still, the ending may surprise you, so stay for it. Great movie, with beautiful scenery--New York at its finest--plus comedy, drama, and the very likable MacDowell and Depardieu. It's sweet, family friendly and holds up pretty well over time.