This 1990’s movie about a likable prostitute and a handsome, rich man has a memorable kissing scene towards the end of the movie.
Vivian (Julia Roberts) tells Edward (Richard Gere) early on in the movie that she doesn’t kiss on the mouth. Consequently, when the couple finally does lock lips, it is a pivotal moment that signifies a long-term relationship and mutual trust.
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This 2002 movie based on the Marvel comic book character, features a unique and unforgettable kissing scene that makes the movie more than just an adventure story. The scene takes place when Spiderman (Tobey Maguire) while in full Spiderman costume hangs upside down from his web and kisses Mary Jane (Kirsten Dunst) in the rain.
3. The Notebook
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The 2004 love story features an epic kissing scene in the rain between the two stars of the movie. Allie (Rachel McAdams) and Noah (Ryan Gosling) finally come together and share a passionate kiss while being pelted with rain. This and many other features of the movie cumulate to make it a favorite chick-flick.
4. Dirty Dancing
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Baby (Jennifer Gray) falls for the older Johnny (Patrick Swayze) while on vacation with her family at a resort. When the unlikely couple of guest and employee finally share a passionate kiss and embrace, it shows the characters’ true feelings for one another.
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This 1997 movie based on a real life tragedy displays the whirlwind romance of Rose (Kate Winslet) and Jack (Leonardo DiCapro). However, the kiss that stands out the most is the one shared at the forward most point of the ship where the couple “fly” as their ship glides through the water at record speed.
6. Gone with the Wind
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Rhett Butler (Clark Gable) and Scarlett O’Hara (Vivien Leigh) lock lips after Butlers’s iconic line from the 1939 epic movie.
Rhett said to Scarlett, “You need kissing badly. You should be kissed, and often. And by someone who knows how.” Rhett then follows through on his own suggestion and gives Scarlett a kiss she and all of America would not soon forget.
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This hugely popular series of movies is beloved by thousands of fans. The kiss that stands out in the series is the first kiss that is shared between Bella and Edward. The romantic chemistry between the two is almost palatable.
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The 1990 film’s famous kiss takes place between the movie’s stars Molly Jenson (Demi Moore) and Sam Wheat (Patrick Swayze), who is the deceased boyfriend of Molly. The couple share a kiss from beyond the grave in a touching and memorable scene.
9. Lady and the Tramp
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When the two animated characters share a kiss at the end of a long piece of spaghetti, which they both were attempting to eat, it shows that uptown girls do fall for riff raff boys every now and then. The kiss from the 1955 movie is still well known today.
10. Sixteen Candles
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This 1984 movie embodies the hopes and dreams of all those who were less than popular. The quirky and somewhat awkward Sam (Molly Ringwald) has a crush on the handsome upperclassman played by Michael Schoeffing. By the end of the movie the nerd and the handsome guy unite in a sweet kiss.