Thursday, October 25, 2012

Best Ever Movie Kisses

Rewatched Persuasion 2007 and the awful kiss at the end and was reminded of this entry and made me want to do a reverse entry.

BEST EVER MOVIE KISSES (part I probably):

North and South
Woof, best. kiss. ever.
Four hours, Pride and Prejudice in industrial England, brooding John Thornton, shirt sleeves and a trainstation. SO much build up, SO much! I tried to explain the significance of this kiss to my ex once and he just didn't get it. We're looking at 18 months of Victorian angst culminating in the most perfectest kiss. Richard Armitage's jawline and stubble and lips and hands. Read the book, s'even better!

A Room With a View
There's opera playing and a wheat field in Italy and Julien Sands looks like an Arrow model. Uggs. Kiss at 1:10

Dear Frankie
This one's rather awkward leading up to it, and DVD extras tell me the actors' faces were exhausted from trying to get it right, and they did. Again, it's about the build up, which there is plenty of.

Word around the watercooler is that James McAvoy is the best kisser in the bizz. What a high honor, and how lucky is Anne Marie Duff? You know you're a good kisser when you can make snogging a hog look so good!

Gone With the Wind
There's a soldier in the South who loves you, Scarlett, Wants to feel your arms around him, wants to carry the memory of your kisses into battle with him. Never mind about loving me, you're a woman sending a solier to his death with a beautiful memory. Scarlett! Kiss me! Kiss me...once...*om nom nom*

Northanger Abbey
This one was also on the awkward list. First kiss, young passionate pent up angsty love, into the shrubs. Yes. Start at 1:15

Some Kind of Wonderful
It's just, uuuhhh...
Sound's off, but s'ok.

Almost kiss:

Mansfield Park
Science says the moment of most sensation is right before your lips touch. Tell me about it!

Special thanks to Allison and Tricia for their input. 


  1. Don't you mean Christina Ricci? She's the actress in Penelope.

    1. No, I mean his wife, Anne Marie Duff.

  2. Ahem, you forgot Buttercup and Westley.
    "Since the invention of the kiss there have been five kisses that were rated the most passionate, the most pure. This one left them all behind. The End."