Top 8 Movie Couples of All Times

Are you ready for a movie night? It's time to remember the most iconic movie couples, both angelic and tragic. These couples made millions of people tear up and laugh over several decades.

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1. Edward and Vivian in Pretty Woman

Edward and Vivian were one of the most iconic nineties couples thanks to the legendary Pretty Woman movie and that unexpected ring box scene. A rich businessman played by Richard Gere gets involved with an escort lady whom he favors shortly. It is a beautiful story about a difficult relationship between people from two different worlds. It teaches us that love cannot be measured by money or status and that Julia Roberts looks absolutely stunning in a red dress.

2. Mr. and Mrs. Smith in… Mr. and Mrs. Smith

You know that a '90s movie is going to be epic if it stars Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt. Because those two just met, we can see their screen characters unravel simultaneously with the actors themselves. Seriously, what was Douglas Liman thinking when placing two sexiest and spiciest actors of those times? You can see the spark between them from the first second. Maybe this is why the ratings were colossal.

3. Rose and Jack in Titanic

Kate Winslet and Leonardo DiCaprio made an excellent young screen couple. These two are considered the number one romantic couple in every movie ever made. More than 10000 people voted for these two chaps, making them, on the contrary to Titanic itself, invincible.

4. Ringo and Yolanda in Pulp Fiction

You might think that Vincent Vega and Mia Wallace were the best couple in Pulp Fiction, but remember how epic and cute Pumpkin and Honey Bunny were. Maybe these two are not the best burglars, but Tim Roth together with Amanda Plummer made one of the best screen couples. These two knew how to cheer each other up even under gunpoint.

5. Nicole and Simon in How To Steal A Million

Can you imagine a more charming thief than Audrey Hepburn in this movie? Wildly popular Audrey and Peter O'Toole created such an incredible on-screen couple, even the strictest censorship of that time could not resist the charm. The secret of the success of the movie is simple, yet unique. First of all, these adorable thieves operate with the best intentions. Second of all, they are wildly in love with each other. Isn't that adorable?

6. John Gray and Elizabeth McGraw in Nine ½ Weeks.

Kim Basinger and Mickey Rourke made the sexiest on-screen couple of the eighties. Although the story is not very positive and should not serve as an example of a healthy couple, it is an excellent cautionary tale and a realistic depiction of passion, aggression, fear, loss, toxicity, and sexual pleasure. It is a must-watch adult movie of all time.

7. Daniel and Alex in Fatal Attraction

Another sexy eighties movie about love and lust, faithfulness and infidelity, and human choices. Captivated by a whirlpool of emotions and dangerous romance, this couple remains one of the most diverse in the movie industry. Led by sex drive and personal loneliness, they created a unique atmosphere that has been keeping the audience thrilled for several decades already.

8. Nick Curran and Catherine Tramell in Basic Instinct

Michael Douglas and Sharon Stone always made a good on-screen couple. Basic Instinct is a complicated story about do's and don'ts, sexual desire, psychological problems, and the sweetest taboos. It is a story that tells us that a relationship is a constant mental battle where one has to win, and the other has to lose. Is there a place for love in this movie? Maybe, you have to see for yourself and decide.