There's no more romantic kiss than that which you see on the big screen. THose sweet and tender ones that make you sigh. Here are my pick for the most romantic movie kisses ever. I'll do steamiest kisses in another post.
Movie: Gone with the Wind
Starring: Clark Gable and Vivien Leigh
The Kiss: When Rhett steals a kiss from Scarlett while he's helping her escape as Atlanta burns.
Movie: The Way We Were
Starring: Barbara Streisand and Robert Redford
The Kiss: When Katie and Hubbell kiss in front of her fireplace.
Movie: Pretty Woman
Starring: Julia Roberts and Richard Gere
The Kiss: When Edward pulls up in a limo outside of Vivian's apartment with music blaring and flowers in hand. He climbs the rickety fire escape to get a kiss from Vivian.
Movie: How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days
Starring: Kate Hudson and Matthew McConaughey
The Kiss: When Benjamin and Andie kiss in the bathroom on Staten Island.
Movie: Lady and the Tramp
Starring: Lady and Tramp
The Kiss: When Lady and Tramp are having a spaghetti dinner, they each chew an end of a long noodle and you realize that they're eating on the same strand. They meet in the middle and share a kiss.
Movie:My Fair Lady
The Kiss: At the end, Eliza goes back to Professor Higgins' house and he's pacing back and forth because she's just left. He realizes that she's come back and kisses her.
Movie: Jerry McGuire
Starring: Renee Zellweger and Tom Cruise
The Kiss: When Jerry barges into one of Laurel's male bashing sessions, he asks where Dorothy is. Dorothy stands up and he tells her that she completes him and they kiss.
Starring: Tom Hanks and Helen Hunt
The Kiss: Kelly runs through the rain calling after Chuck as he drives away. As Chuck stops and gets out, Kelly jumps in his arms and they embrace in a passionate kiss as raindrops fall on them.
Kelly: "I always knew you were alive. Everyone said that I had to stop saying that; that I had to move on. You were the the love of my life."
Chuck: "I love you too Kelly. More than you'll ever know."
Movie: Notting Hill
Starring: Julia Roberts and Hugh Grant
The Kiss: At the press conference, William asks Anna if she loves him and then they walk towards each other and kiss.
Movie: Dirty Dancing
Starring: Jennifer Grey and Patrick Swayze
The Kiss: "Nobody puts Baby in the corner!". When Baby and Johnny finish their closing dance to "I've Had the Time of My Life", they embrace in a passionate kiss.
Movie: The Notebook
Starring: Tim Ivey and Gena Rowlands
The Kiss: Noah and Allie are standing in a downpour. Noah confesses "It still isn't over." and they passionately kiss.
Allie: "Why didn't you write me? Why? It wasn't over for me, I waited for you for seven years. But now it's too late."
Noah: "I wrote you 365 letters. I wrote you everyday for a year."
Allie: "You wrote me?"
Noah: "Yes. It wasn't over, it still isn't over." And Noah kisses Allie.
Movie: When Harry Met Sally
Starring: Meg Ryan and Billy Crystal
The Kiss: At the end, Harry goes to Sally's party and tells her how he loves her when she gets a crinkle above her nose when she's looking at him likes he's crazy and how he loves it when she's cold when it's 70 degrees outside. Then he tells her he loves her and kisses her.
Movie: The Lakehouse
Starring: Sandra Bullock and Keanu Reeves
The Kiss: When Kate is waiting at the mailbox at the Lakehouse for Alex's response, she falls to her knees crying, not yet knowing his fate. In her letter she asks him to wait the 2 years for her. She hears and car and Alex pulls up, walks over to her, and embraces her in a passionate kiss.
Movie: A Walk To Remember
Starring: Shane West and Mandy Moore
The Kiss: Where they are standing together, looking at the stars and one of the stars has her name.
Erotic romance author Mary Quast lives in a log home affectionately named "Camp Run-A-Muk" located in the woods of Michigan with her husband, three sons, and a collection of animal family members. She is currently writing for the 1 Night Stand series from Decadent Publishing and her short stories can be found cheap on Smashwords.
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