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Dreamwedding's Top 10 On-Screen Kisses of All Time!

Spider-Man (2002)

We're not quite sure which we love more - Tobey Maguire and Kirsten Dunst's upside-down kiss in the Sam Raimi remake of the comic-book classic, or Seth and Summer's version in The OC.

 

Four Weddings and a Funeral (1994)

Hugh Grant and Andie McDowell's rainy-day kiss is a defining moment in one of the cheesiest movies we hate to love. Every time it rains, we think about recreating it... Then we remember how much we hate the rain!

Sleeping Beauty (1959)

It wouldn't be a movie-kisses list without this Disney classic, in which the kiss - quite literally - saves Princess Aurora's life.

Breakfast at Tiffany's (1961)

What is it about kissing in the rain that's just so very romantic? (Top tip: kissing in the rain isn't all that great in real life. Usually you're just blocking the sidewalk and people are not happy about it, especially in the rain!)

Dirty Dancing (1987)

It's not Baby and Johnny's first kiss that we love the most in this 1980s classic, but this almost-kiss, to a Mickey & Sylvia soundtrack.

Speed (1994)

It wouldn't be right not to include Keanu Reeves and Sandra Bullock's adrenaline-fueled passionate makeout session, especially since Speed just turned 20. Happy anniversary, kids!

Romeo & Juliet (1996)

Baz Luhrmann's 1996 remake of the Shakespearean classic is one of our all-time favorites, and Leo and Claire's initial kiss is one of the sweetest we've seen on-screen. (Sorry, we think we have something in our eye...)

The Notebook (2004)

Speaking of tears, there's never a dry eye in the house when Nicholas Sparks's The Notebook comes on, and we feel sadder about Ryan Gosling and Rachel McAdams' real-life split than we did about Jen and Brad.

Twilight (2008)

Forbidden love will never get old, and Edward and Bella's attraction - all of that teen angst and unbridled passion - practically burns up the screen. (We try not to think about the real-life drama.)

Lady and the Tramp (1955)

But our all-time favorite? Lady and the Tramp's accidental lip-smack in the 1995 Disney film is, hands down, our number one movie kiss. Adorable!

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