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That Romantic Moment! Series: Kissing in the Rain

That Romantic Moment! Series: Kissing in the Rain

This is such a memorable concept that I was surprised by how little I've actually seen it in films. Which means there need to more films that use this motif. At least I think so!

A Cinderella Story

Fanaa

Little Women

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Jang Ok Jung, Live in Love

Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End

Spiderman
The iconic superhero kiss.

Singin' in the Rain

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  1. Aw great choices! Especially Little Women and Cinderella story :D Surprised I can't think of that many either, would have thought there'd be loads - Breakfast at Tiffany's and the Notebook both have one though :)

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  2. Aw great choices! Especially Little Women and Cinderella story :D Surprised I can't think of that many either, would have thought there'd be loads - Breakfast at Tiffany's and the Notebook both have one though :)

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    1. Thanks! I know, it's crazy there are so few movies. You know I have never seen Breakfast or the Notebook? It's scandalous I know. I have seen parts of Breakfast at Tiffany's when I was younger; not sure why I never watched it all. I mean it's Audrey Hepburn after all! I definitely should fix that. :D

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  3. Haha, wow. There's a lot of kisses in the rain. :)

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    1. Lol. Apparently it's the height of romance - at least in a movie. ;)

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