The unforgettable couples of the cinema, those who make you badder to be all alone in your click-clac
Why do not I have that?
The question has certainly touched your mind these last few days if like a bunch of fragi … romantic uh, you stuck to the cinema in front of “La Land” and the incarnation of the perfect couple: Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone . Sure enough, the doublette, which plans to do a razzia at the Oscars this Sunday, makes its direct entry in the ranking of the couples of ciné who sent us from the dream and whose relationship we envy …
Demi Moore and Patrick Swayze in “Ghost”
Since this movie, you no longer have the right to watch a potter’s wheel without taking a frantic urge to make love to your partner. The Half-Measure …
Olivia Newton-John and John Travolta in “Grease”
The time of the drive-in, the comb in the pocket and where you packed gow with a simple milkshake and waddling in rhythm. Magic.
Richard Gere and Julia Roberts in “Pretty Woman”
A modern version of Cinderella in which Richard Gere is a girl of joy, for a night, then for life. “Better to have a bitch who gets better than a good bitch who is getting worse” .
Marion Cotillard and Guillaume Canet in “Jeux d’enfants”
Cap or not cap? A simple delirium of recreation gave us the most beautiful French romantic film. And also our couple of celebs the most glam.
Kevin Costner and Whitney Houston in “Bodyguard”
Whitney howls as loud as a wolf on a full moon night. Kevin likes to dance with wolves. Whitney and Kevin are made to get along.
Patrick Swayze and Jennifer Gray in “Dirty Dancing”
Romain Duris the designer is formal: to reproduce the same dance on “The Time of my life” remains an unstoppable technique for peso. (PS: avoids the final reach, it can fuck you in the air what remains of your old back).
Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt in “Mr. and Mrs. Smith”
A film that Jennifer Aniston hates, oddly enough. In all the scenes, it oozes love at first sight and love with a great A. Well, today is more a document of time that Brad must look at him in his solo at 3 o’clock in the morning Half tangled … # ReviensAngie
Kim Basinger and Mickey Rourke in “9 weeks and 1/2”
“50 Shades of Rourke” . It’s also since this movie that Joe Coker ‘s “You Can Leave Your Hat On” sound is irredeemably associated with the striptease. Thank you.
Nicole Kidman and Ewan McGregor in “Moulin Rouge”
Because it is a poet, romantic in the soul, Ewan McGregor not contented to approach Nicole Kidman with a “do you want to sleep with me tonight?” . Sir has dragged things to the delight of fans of romantic movies.
Rachel McAdams and Ryan Gosling in “Never Forget”
Memories memories. Friend Ryan revives the memory of her beautiful Rachel, who suffers from Alzheimer’s in this romantic drama that has chouined millions of chicks around the world. For the record, the two actors could not be framed during the shoot, before still ending up in a couple in real life. Too strong this Ryan.
Kate Winslet and Jim Carrey in “Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind”
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Clementine Kruczynski and Joël Barish
Love is so bad that the two heroes of this fable of Michel Gondry preferred to erase their memory and their common memories. But like dab ‘, it’s going to break because of Jim Carrey …
Meg Ryan and Billy Crystal in “When Harry Meets Sally”
Yes, they all simulate, Meg Ryan proved it to you. On the other hand, you were not simulating by kiffant before this romantic comedy cult.
Johnny Depp and Winona Ryder in “Edward with Silver Hands”
Not easy to be different. It did have the merit to soften the pretty Winona, who in good clepto, stole the heart of Edward and Johnny Depp in real life. Double blow.