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The Greatest Couples in Movies – Pass the Tissues!

Kerry Provenzano itcherLooking for the greatest couples in movies? I’m gonna tell you about Noah & AllieJack & Rose and Big & Carrie. ~ Kerry Provenzano

Since they’re so common in the world of movies, I thought I’d talk you through some of the most awesome film couples that I’ve come across in my years of movie-watching.

I’m going to start with an obvious one, because one of the greatest all time best movie couples absolutely has to be Noah and Allie

3. Noah and Allie – `The Notebook´ (Nick Cassavetes, 2004)

If you haven’t seen this heartbreaking movie yet then what’s going on?

Even if you’re not a romantic movie kinda gal/guy, Noah and Allie’s story is one you just can’t overlook

Romantic stories seem to be largely rom-coms now, but the story of Noah and Allie is something totally different as we get to see the very beginning of their relationship and the very end… it’s bound to hurt your heart a little (ok, a lot).

Sidenote: Don’t be disappointed if you guess the ‘twist’ pretty quickly. (I did too, I’m not even sure you can call it a twist).

2. Jack and Rose – `Titanic´ (James Cameron, 1997)

Oh Leonardo, why must you be so gorgeous

Ridiculous as their whirlwind romance was, it’s so hard not to totally fall for Jack and Rose.

When their fates align on the ill-fated Titanic, they merge into such a perfect couple we can’t help but excuse the kind of Romeo-and-Juliet-eqsue crazy speed of it all.

For even more great couples check out these other movies like ‘Titanic’.

1. Carrie and Big – `Sex and The City´ (Michael Patrick King, 2008)

The best modern day classic couple comes in the form of Carrie and Big.

New York writer, Carrie, finally gets to plan her long awaited union with the elusive Mr Big.

But not all goes to plan and Carrie is left feeling like charity shop seconds than vintage Dior


Who should have Said ‘I don’t’?

So there are my top awesome film couples but I’d like to know what couples you think were a disaster from the offset. Who would have been far better off saying ‘I don’t’?


Hey, I’m Kerry. I began writing aged 4, when I wrote a moving retelling of the classic fairytale, Jack and the Beanstalk.
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