POLL: What Is The Most Romantic CBM Scene?
It's Valentine's day...we had to do somethin! Which scene pulls on your heartstrings, makes you go all gooey, stirs those feelings for that special someone - be they in your chest, or slightly lower. Click to vote..
Let's start with a doozy. In the final moments of the first Hellboy, the big red fella is charged with bringing the love of his life back from the dead. How does he do it? He whispers: "Hey, you on the other side. Let her go. Because for her I'll cross over, and then you'l be sorry." *sniff*
Next a real classic: that upside-down kiss between Spidey and MJ in Sam Raimi's first Spider-Man movie. It's pretty much become an iconic moment, endlessly parodied and referenced. But there is no denying how effective it is, and Kirsten Dunst's detractors need only take a look at her lovely n....eckline..
Can you read my mind? Ok so it might be a bit cheesy by today's standards but how could I not include this? It still works for me, but then everything about this movie still works for me. No embed for this one I'm afraid, so click on the image below..
This one might be more sexy than romantic, or you may find it borderline ridiculous! Either way Nite Owl and Silk Specter doing the no pants dance in Zack Snyder's Watchmen makes the list. This one is NSFW..
This moment from Tim Burton's Batman Returns may end with Bruce Wayne and Selena Kyle realizing that they are in fact enemies, but they definitely get a bit hot under their cowls first. They are both the only two to arrive at Max Shreck's costume party without costumes, and proceed to steam up the place with talk of eating Mistletoe and king size beds..
Next is a moment from Bryan Singer's X-Men 2. After narrowly escaping a nasty plane crash, Wolverine attempts to get closer to Jean Grey. She blows him off (mind out of the gutters!) of course, because she's married to that squarest of squares, Scott "Cyclops" Summers, but we know she wants ol Wolvie as much as he wants her..
Finally we have this scene from Captain America: TFA. This might edge the line between romance and tragedy but sometimes it's a fine one. Sure Cap may "die" at the end, but the conversation he has with Peggy Carter over the radio first is as romantic as it gets..
Now I may have left out one or two good ones, but I'm pretty sure that's most of the scenes that don't come across too cheesy or forced (Daredevil, Thor I'm looking your way). If you like any that aren't on the list be sure to click "other" and let us know in the comments section. Vote away!
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