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5 Romantic Movie Scenes To Define True Love

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Movies might be the reason why we have unrealistic expectations for our love lives. There have been plenty of romantic scenes that make you swoon. Some are over-the-top, but we love them anyway. But these five movies have scenes you fall in love with (literally) still to this day.

The Best Ending In “You’ve Got Mail”

Tom Hanks was the king of melting hearts in the 1990s. That’s true in his 1998 romantic classic You’ve Got Mail with Meg Ryan. Their characters, Katherine and Joe, know each other in real life, but they’re secretly involved in an online relationship— with each other. But at the end of the movie, Katherine finally discovers her anonymous online love is exactly who she wanted, Joe. She even tells him, “I wanted it to be you.”

Best Montage In “Up”

Pixar shattered our hearts within the first five minutes of the 2009 animated film Up. That’s because the opening montage chronicles Carl’s relationship with his beloved wife, Ellie. We see everything, from their childhood to their wedding, and even the hardships, including Ellie’s miscarriage. Eventually, Ellie dies, and the montage makes everyone cry. Pixar told the best love story in just five minutes and that’s pretty impressive.

Destined Soulmates In “Titanic”

One of the greatest love stories ever written, Jack and Rose were destined soulmates in the 1997 classic, Titanic. There are so many scenes that won our hearts, including when Jack draws Rose like one of his “French girls,” and the love scene in a steamy automobile. But our favorite scene is when Jack teaches Rose how to fly on the bow of the ship.

The Iconic “Casablanca”

Casablanca is one of the most iconic movies of all time. Released in 1942, former lovers Rick and Ilsa unexpectedly run into each other at Rick’s nightclub in Casablanca, Morocco. Of course, they still love each other. But in the end, he has to let her go. Before they part forever, Rick says one of the most famous lines in film history, “Here’s looking at you, kid.”

Best Kiss Scene In “The Notebook”

It was never really over for Allie and Noah in the 2004 romantic drama, The Notebook. There are many romantic scenes in the film that define true love. But the scene when Allie and Noah kiss in the rain when they realize their relationship isn’t over has to be one of the best.

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What’s Going To Happen In ‘Star Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker’?

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When Real-Life Plays A Part In TV Plotlines

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