1. When Landon in a walk to remember looks at Jamie on stage, or when he helps her to accomplish her list.
2. Love and Basketball, when Omar Epps and Sanaa Lathan characer make love for the first time and the song by maxwell plays
3. The scene at the very end of the bodyguard.
Сцена где Ретт уходит от Скарлетт, как нельзя лучше показывает то, что у любой любви есть логический конец
The slap on the ass near the beginning of "Secretary". Maggie's character looks so stunned and so aware so fast. And then the spanking continues. It is not the spanking I find romantic. It is the fact that the two, twisted, lonely souls have found their answers.
"The Notebook" ...yay!!!dancing in the middle of the street ...kissing in the rain...the whole love letter thing!melts my heart away!
I know it says movies, but the best romantic scenes aren't necessarily in movies. I'm so bad at rules.
My top 5 favorite romantic scenes:
1. Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles
The first episode of the second season. Cameron had glitched out and reverted back to her original programming. After stopping her and removing her chip, John is supposed to destroy her. He has a flare in hand, and instead of melting her he apologizes to Sarah. He puts the chip back in Cameron's head and hands her a gun. She doesn't kill him and the sexual tension rages on!!!
2. Final Fantasy X
At the beginning of the end when Tidus starts disappearing, Yuna is in denial and she attempts to hold him back. She ends up leaping through him and crashing to the ground. She gets up and doesn't face him. She musters out a weak "I love you." Even though he's become incorporeal, he comes up behind her and holds her. Even though she can't actually feel it, she can sense it and they just stand there.
I'm gonna include this in the same entry, even though it's technically a different scene. Yuna's now in Luca about to make a speech as Grand Master Summoner and Lulu finds her out on the dock whistling. Earlier on in the game, he teaches her how and tells her all she has to do is whistle and he'll be there.
3. As Good As It Gets
When Melvin tells Carol that she makes him want to be a better person. It's so frikkin' sweet! Of course he fucks it up like 5 seconds later, but the moment is still amazing.
4. The Truman Show
You see Truman tear out eyes from fashion magazines. At first you kinda wonder why. Later he pulls out this picture that he's compiled to create a picture of Sylvia. It's almost an exact match. You figure he's been doing this for years, like he believed in love at first sight and would never forget.
5. Conversations with Other Women
When Aaron Eckhart's character first approaches Helena Bonham Carter's character at the wedding and offers her a drink and she replies, "I don't drink." He responds, "You smoke, but you don't drink?" She giggles back, "Well,I shouldn't do that either." Then it flashes back to their younger days to the same conversation. It's a lot sappier the second time you watch it and know that they used to be married.
Actually...I think that entire movie may be one of my favorite romantic scenes of all time.
I could name tons of scenes that give me goosebumps. I can't possibly pick one, but I can narrow it down to a few select favorites:
1) "It wasn't over. It still isn't over..." Of course, the scene on the dock from The Notebook. There is so much passion in it. They were both standing in front of the love of their life and couldn't deny it anymore.
2) "You have bewitched me, body and soul and I love, I love, I love you." The end of Pride and Prejudice...sigh. I love that Elizabeth and Darcy finally get out of their own way enough to realize the one basic truth- they are crazy about each other.
3) But for now, let me say, without hope or agenda...to me, you are perfect. And my wasted heart will love you... Love Actually - the silent, poster board love confession. Unrequited love just moves me. This one almost made me wish she would leave her husband.
Inman: You are all that keeps me from sliding into some dark place.
Ada: But how did I keep you? We barely knew each other. A few moments.
Inman: A thousand moments. They're like a bag of tiny diamonds glittering in a black heart. Don't matter if they're real or things I made up. The shape of your neck, that's real...
Inman: The way you felt when I pulled you to me. That kiss- which I kissed again everyday of my walking.
Ada: Everyday of my waiting...
Cold Mountain - Ada and Inman's reunion. This one makes me tear up because it highlights love's ability to deliver us in even the most terrible circumstances. In the beginning, they fall in love as two fresh, innocent strangers and when they are finally reunited after the war, they are two broken, exhausted people who have witnessed humanity at its worst. They almost don't recognize each other in the woods, then it hits them and they know its the person whose memory kept them alive and sane all this time.
5) "You should be kissed, and often, by someone who knows how." Scarlett and Rhett's big kiss in Gone with the Wind. So classic and so perfect. It's just what every girl wants :)
The "Your hands are cold" scene from Pride and Prejudice (2005) is my favourite romantic movie scene so far. Firstly, the scene is gorgeous, with a magical use use of light and colour. Secondly, I love the music, and Pride and Prejudice is actually one of my favourite movie soundtracks. Thirdly and most important of all is the nature of the scene. This is when Darcy and Elizabeth finally confess their love for each other, after all the misunderstandings and misplaced pride that marred their previous relationship. Standing in a field between two houses, they've literally and figuratively arrived at the same place. They've created a middle ground between their differing temperaments, beliefs and social statuses, where they are free to love each other as they've wanted to for so long.
The scene in Breakfast at Tiffany's at the end where is looking for her cat and when she does and sees Paul standing out in the rain too. They kiss at the end with the cat sandwiched between them, looking quite uncomfortable.