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October 10th, 2013
It’s a decade that brought us neon bike shorts, flannel shirts and the return of bell bottoms. Sure, we could be mad at the 90s for giving us the WORST collection of elementary school pictures, but what the decade lacked in fashion, it more than made up for in movies.
Today we’re counting down our fave 15 movie couples from the 90s.
15. Lucy and Jack – Sleepless in Seattle (1995)
Peter Gallagher really picked the wrong time to slip into a coma.
14. Joe and Kathleen/Sam and Annie – You’ve Got Mail/Sleepless In Seattle (1998/1993)
From New York to Seattle, the pairing of Meg Ryan and Tom Hanks shows love can overcome distance and email.
13. Josie and Sam – Never Been Kissed (1999)
Okay, so the whole teacher liking a student thing is really questionable, BUT he didn’t see her as Josie Grossy. He saw her as his penguin. Totally rufus.
12. Wayne and Cassandra – Wayne’s World (1992)
She was the schwing beneath his wings.
11. Annette and Sebastian – Cruel Intentions (1999)
As with many movie couples, a cruel bet brought them together, but love and death is what made them great. And Sebastian’s car. That was a great car.
10. Amanda and Preston – Can’t Hardly Wait (1998)
She was the new girl in school and had a strawberry pop tart, just like him. Then she met Mike Dexter, who in one night went from being a god to an asshole. Four years, one letter, and a really good scene in a train station.
9. Jesse and Celine - Before Sunrise (1995)
I’d like to know just how much train travel in Europe increased after this movie was released.
8. Jerry and Dorothy – Jerry Maguire (1996)
He had her at hello.
7. Will and Viola – Shakespeare in Love (1998)
In true Shakespeare fashion, the film is a great love story…with a really, really depressing ending.
6. Forrest and Jenny – Forrest Gump (1994)
Through violent childhoods, a war, and the 70s, Forrest’s love for Jenny never wavered.
5. Will and Anna – Notting Hill (1999)
She was just a really famous girl, standing in front of a really normal boy, asking him to love her.
4. Kat and Patrick – 10 Things I Hate About You (1999)
In the scene where Julia Stiles reads her poem to Heath Ledger, her tears were real AND SO WERE MINE.
3. Romeo and Juliet – William Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet (1996)
Leonardo DiCaprio: Giving us unrealistic expectations since 1996.
2. Cher and Josh – Clueless (1995)
Cher was totally butt crazy in love with Josh and the feeling was mutual.
1. Jack and Rose – Titanic (1997)