Best scene to make a move: After the pair falls in a river, they camp out by the side of a hill discuss their predicament while Hepburn’s character accidentally lights Grant’s socks on fire.For the first time, it becomes clear how much fun they’re actually having.
It concerns a morbidly obese mother, a mentally handicapped younger brother and a desperate middle-aged housewife.
But there’s something so fresh and simple about Johnny Depp and Juliette Lewis’s summer romance (she gets stuck in town with her grandmother after the truck pulling their motor home breaks down), that‘s other elements are overshadowed.
She says it best herself: "Jocks always want freaky girls…they just won't admit it."Why girls like it: I every girl can find something in Juno's character with which they can identify—she's smart, strong, funny and feminine.
Why you’ll both like it: If two wacky teenagers can make it through a pregnancy, you should be able to stay together for at least a few more dates.
Why you'll both like it: An actual couple at the time, Kidman and Cruise have a tangible chemistry.
It’s a tale as old as time, or at least the VCR: the way into a date’s pants is often on a couch, at home, watching a film that has been selected for its chemistry-sparking, pants-loosening potential.
Why guys like it: It's a smart spy movie with just enough action. Why girls like it: The way Grant and Bergman get pouty with one another masks a genuine affection that's endearing.
Why you'll both like it: Old thrillers are perfect date movies—less gore, more romance and all of the jump-into-each-others'-arms suspense. Sometimes cute, sometimes serious, it's a good test of your date's sense of humor—can they laugh at a movie about teen pregnancy? Why guys like it: Michael Cera is worth the price of admission alone, but Ellen Page steals the show with her snarky wit.
Why guys like it: Will Ferrell's awkward antics.