Best Movie Couples Of All-Time: Gus & Hazel, Edward & Bella & More

Fri, July 4, 2014 8:45am EDT by 33 Comments 13,320 Article Views
Best Movie Couples Of All-Time
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msgramps

Posted at 3:28 PM on July 8, 2014  

I’m a Twihard 4ever. best couples and love story told.

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Sam

Posted at 3:20 PM on July 8, 2014  

Peter & Gwen!! FTW!! C’mon keep votinggggg!!

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duh

Posted at 2:37 PM on July 8, 2014  

Well of course Edward & Bella are going to get more votes when HL posts this article on their (Rob & Kristen) message board which is inhabited by THEIR fans. Duh! I would expect nothing less.
Now if an article like this were posted on a general message board it would be a different story.

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lena

Posted at 12:38 AM on July 8, 2014  

Kristen Stewart and every actor, who beside her in her movies.

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rita

Posted at 7:20 AM on July 7, 2014  

the best actor and actress rob and kristen stewart in whole world

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Susy

Posted at 2:45 PM on July 6, 2014  

As a fan of both Titanic and Twilight it is hard for me to choose. Bella and Edward’s story had a happier ending so I will choose them. I can’t believe Rhett Butler and Scarlett O’Hara from Gone With The Wind were left off this list, but that was 75 years ago. That movie was shown in theaters for 37 years before it was on TV. I wonder if this is a record or perhaps some Disney films stayed in theaters longer than 37 years before being shown on TV. Today the time from theater to TV is often less than a year.

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