10 Cute Movie Couples
These ten cute movie couples all come from movies that are great first date movies - or for any time you want to show your romantic side. Most women love movies that feature sweet love stories with a cute movie couple. Romantic comedies are great at showing people overcoming a hardship or misunderstanding in a relationship, which gives everyone hope for their own relationship. And these ten cute movie couples are romantic but can still give you a laugh, and they all have that touch of innocent sweetness that makes you say "awww!"
Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore in "The Wedding Singer" - One of Adam Sandler's best movies. Their first kiss won an MTV movie award for "Best Kiss." Sandler shows a real vulnerability in this movie and Barrymore is the perfect "girl next door." For extra points, make it a double feature with "50 First Dates."
Seth Rogan and Kathleen Heigl in "Knocked Up" - As Ben and Alison, Rogan and Heigl play a cute movie couple who make the best out of one of life's most disastrous situations - getting pregnant during a one night stand. After a condom "malfunction," Alison discovers that she's in fact knocked up, and she and Ben decide to try and stick it out. But her professional lifestyle doesn't mix well with his laid-back, pothead existence and comedy ensues.
Steve Carell and Catherine Keener in "The 40 Year Old Virgin" - While much of the comedy in the movie revolves around Carell's inexperience with the ladies, you find yourself really rooting for his and Keener's relationship. He's the virgin, she's the harried single mom just looking for a second chance at love. Together, will they find a way to make it work?
Michael Cera and Ellen Page in "Juno" - Another movie that revolves around an unexpected pregnancy, although this time with a much different outcome. It's touching to watch this cute couple deal with being best friends while one of them is pregnant.
Wall-E and Eve in "Wall-E" - This cute movie couple is animated and absolutely adorable Wall-E and Eve show us all what it means to stand by someone. Despite Eve's original standoffishness, she eventually comes around to care for Wall-E as much as he cares for her.
Evan Rachel Wood and Jim Sturgess in "Across the Universe" - She's an upper class American, he's a poor kid from Liverpool who hops ship in the US to try to find his GI dad. They manage to fall in love against a backdrop of the Vietnam War, all to music from the Beatles.
Ryan Gosling and Rachel McAdams in "The Notebook" - One of the more romantic movie couples of recent times, it's hard to deny the chemistry between Gosling and McAdams - especially as they share a passionate kiss in the rain.
Ryan Reynolds and Sandra Bullock in "The Proposal" - Two of today's cutest stars together in one movie. It's always fun to watch movies where the two leads hate each other, only to realize half way through that they're actually in love. Bullock falls for Reynolds when she realizes there's more to him than she assumed.
Sam Worthington and Zoe Saldana in "Avatar" - Ok, so it's not actually the actors, but their CGI counterparts who make up this super cute movie couple. And maybe cute isn't really the word for them, but there was something so sweet about watching them together on the screen. Worthington doesn't only fall for Zoe, he falls for her whole culture.
Rupert Grint and Emma Watson in the "Harry Potter" series - In the beginning, their relationship consisted of Watson's "Hermione" barely tolerating the Grint's "Ron" character. But through their adventures together with Harry, we've see it blossom into young love, with each of them coming to admire the other's courage and loyalty.