Best Kisses

And for your weekend what better way to leave you than with Hollywood and TV’s most romantic kisses?

 

Have to put in my vote for this one.  But I’m a huge Friends geek :):

Do you have a favorite kiss from these?  Is there one I missed?  What’s your favorite kiss from a romantic movie or a TV show?

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15 Responses to Best Kisses

  1. Teresa Hughes says:

    My favorite kiss in Richard Gere and Julia Roberts in Pretty Woman. The one when he climbs the fire escape to “rescue” her. It gets me everytime!

  2. Mona Kekstadt says:

    The Notebook…Rachael McAdams and Ryan Gosling….The one where there caught in the rain…Love it and can’t tell you how many times I have seen that movie…

    • Kylie Brant says:

      I haven’t seen that movie but I know I saw the clip when I was perusing best kisses 🙂

      • Mona Kekstadt says:

        It was actually an almost kiss in that scene…I read in another blog once with a lot of almost kiases…lol…but when it happens it’s beautiful..the movies is always on TV..Lifetime, or I can’t remember…I have seen it more then 4 times…it’s sweet and romantic…

  3. Willa says:

    Hmmm – don’t think I have a favourite snog moment . . 😉 Two posts in a week eh? Daring . . impudent . ..

  4. Margay says:

    Two of my absolute favorites are the train scene in the mini-series North and South with Richard Armitage and the love scene from Last of the Mohicans.

  5. Margay says:

    For anyone interested, here is the link for North and South:

    and Last of the Mohicans:

  6. Kylie Brant says:

    My pick is Last of the Mohicans 🙂

  7. NL Gassert says:

    Jack and Ennis in Brokeback Mountain. I love their kiss when they see each other again after having been separated. Romantic also because it moved us forward in the whole “what is love” debate 🙂

    Nadja

    • Kylie Brant says:

      I never saw the movie but did see the kiss on a couple clips of best kisses. There was a touching sort of desperation in it…And you’re completely right about the ‘what is love’ debate. Or, as I like to call it, the ‘love is love’ debate 🙂

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