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The 15 Greatest Movie Kisses

The 15 Greatest Movie Kisses

Young love, royal love, forbidden love. On the beach and in the pouring rain. We’re covering the greatest 15 movie kisses the movies have to offer. Pucker up!

1. Gone with the Wind

Gone

“You need kissing badly,” Clark Gable, as Rhett Butler, told Vivien Leigh’s Scarlett O’Hara in this 1939 epic.

2. Lady and the Tramp

Lady

Classic uptown girl, downtown boy story.

3. Breakfast at Tiffany’s

Tiffanys

Rainy New York alleys have never before, and never since, been so romantic.

4. Sixteen Candles

Sixteen

What 80s girl didn’t wish it was her kissing Jake Ryan at the end of Sixteen Candles? He had a Porsche!

5. The Princess Bride

princess

“As you wiiiiiish!”

6. Dirty Dancing

dirty

She sure does look like she’s having the time of her life!

7. The Notebook

Notebook

The pelting rain sure does add something, no?

8. Brokeback Mountain

brokeback

You would be hard-pressed to find another example on this or any list that comes close to expressing the love between these two characters.

9. Romeo + Juliet

romeo

Spoiler alert: it does not end well for the eponymous lovers!

10. My Girl

mygirl

First love, at its finest.

11. E.T.

ET

Anyone else forget that E.T. was quite the matchmaker?

12. Casablanca

Casablanca

“Here’s lookin’ at you, kid.”

13. The Empire Strikes Back

empire

Leia and Han, NOT Leia and Luke!

14. Titanic

Titanic

You didn’t think we’d forget it, did you? Ah, doomed love…

15. The Return of the King

Return

Last but not least. Though, certainly overlooked.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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