In light of criticism on the Gatsby threads that Tobey&Leo have more chemistry than Leo and Carey, and that affects the movie, what couples of any race or gender improved a movie because they were hottt together?
Couples of any race/gender who had very strong chemistry on screen, and were thus exciting to watch; please list.
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Kathleen Turner and William Hurt, "Body Heat".
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R1, Did they fuck off camera as well? Was either screwing any of the rest of the cast or crew or "powers that be" to get those roles?
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Kate and Leo in "Titanic"
Redford and Streisand in "The Way We Were"
Bogart and Bergman in "Casablanca"
Natalie and Warren in "Splendor in the Grass"
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Christopher Reeve and Margot Kidder in 1980s "Superman" films. Well, the first two, anyway.
They made the Clark/Lois/Superman dynamic funny, romantic, and immensely entertaining, and that's no easy task.
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Richard Gere and Jodie Foster in "Sommersby." Electricity!
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I'll get flamed for this but WTF.
Brendan Fraiser and Rachel Weisz in "The Mummy".
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Cary Grant & Ingrid Bergman in [italic]Notorious[/italic]
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Humphrey Bogart and Katharine Hepburn in THE AFRICAN QUEEN
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Bill 'Bojangles' Robinson had a joyful and innocent chemistry with Shirley Temple.
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Fred and Ginger, at least when they were dancing.
When they stood there and talked, not so much, but when they danced they melted in to each other.
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Sophia Loren and Marcello Mastroianni in everything
Juliette Binoche and Naveen Andrews in The English Patient
Jeremy Northam and Jennifer Ehle in Possession
Javier Bardem and Laura Morante in The Dancer Upstairs
Daniel Day-Lewis and Madeleine Stowe in the Last of the Mohicans
Catherine Deneuve and Susan Sarandon in The Hunger
Ewan McGregor and Melanie Laurent in Beginners
David Sutcliffe and Antonio Sabato, Jr. in Testosterone
David Sutcliffe and Leonardo Brzezicki in Testosterone
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I get the gender comment, OP, but was it necessary to mention we could overlook race as well? There aren't nearly as many racists here as you and the homophobic, murderous thug troll think.
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R14, There are many movies that I haven't had a chance to see but hope to some day. These include many of the "Tyler Perry" romances, and other non-mainstream flicks. I was secretly hoping that someone reading this thread had seen a broader variety of films, both past and present than I had, and could make some recommendations. As proof except for "Mohicans," I've never seen any of R-13's list.
I certainly did not mean to offend anyone for how I phrased my original query.
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Not a couple, but James Dean and Sal Mineo in Rebel Without A Cause..
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Kim Novak and William Holden in that slow dance scene from Picnic
Faye Dunaway & Jack Nicholson in Chinatown
Faye Dunaway & Robert Redford in Three Days of the Condor
Faye Dunaway & Steve McQueen in Thomas Crown Affair
Kim Novak and Kirk Douglas in Strangers When We Meet
Ava Gardner and Gregory Peck in their scenes in Snows of Kilimanjaro
Diana Ross and Billy Dee Williams in Lady Sings The Blues
Diahann Carroll and James Earl Jones in Claudine
Judy Garland and Robert Walker in The Clock
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Great one, r1.
Kate and Leo in "Titanic"? Really? I thought they totally lacked chemistry.
Natalie Wood and Steve McQueen in "Love With The Proper Stranger".
Mel Gibson and Sigourney Weaver in "The Year of Living Dangerously".
Of course, Stallone and Kurt Russell in "Tango and Cash".
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For those who think Clooney lacks chemistry with women onscreen, I think he and Jennifer Lopez had great chemistry in Out of Sight (1998).
CZJ and Antonio Banderas in the first Zorro movie.
Ava Gardner and Clark Gable in Mogambo.
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Shari Lewis and Lamb Chop
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Jeff Bridges and Rachel Ward in Against All Odds
Mel Gibson and Sigourney Weaver in The Year of Living Dangerously
Zach Galifinakis and Bradley Cooper in both Hangovers
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Jodie Foster and Anthony Hopkins in The Silence of the Lambs.
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Jack Nicholson and Jessica Lange in [i]The Postman Always Rings Twice[/i]
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Audrey Hepburn and Greg Peck in "Roman Holiday"
Meryl and Stanley Tucci in the Julia Child film
Bogie and Bacall in the films they did together
Emma Thompson and Hugh Grant in "Sense and Sensibility"
(J/K about that last one...)
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Tom Cruise and that Italian woman in Rainman
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r24, agree with you about "Roman Holiday," which is, inmho, the best mainstream Hollywood romantic comedy ever.
Also Audrey and Peter Finch in "The Nun's Story." Their unexpressed, yet unmistakable attraction to each other is not acted upon,which makes it more powerful.
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The only person Jodie Foster had chemistry with in "Silence of the Lambs" was her co-FBI roommate friend who said "God damn, Clarice" and she said "He knew her".
The was the only person I found she connected with at all in that movie.
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I thought all three leads in the original "The Hangover" had excellent chemistry.
Pity they did more.
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Jennifer Aniston and Ben Affleck actually had a ton in that shitty movie they were in together. It was called Valentine's Day I think.
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Gwen Paltrow with both Brad Pitt AND Morgan Freeman in Seven.
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Hugh Grant and Sandra Bullock had amazing off screen chemistry promoting whatever movie they were in together years ago.
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Tony Goldwyn and Kerry Washington on Scandal. Although I'm not sure if they count since they're screwing in real life.
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Courtney Love and Woody Harrelson in Larry Flynt.
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Ingrid Bergman and Gary Cooper in Saratoga Trunk
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Fassbender and Carey Mulligan in Shame, and it was supergross b/c they were siblings.
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Elisabeth Moss and that Australian guy in TOP OF THE LAKE. Super hot.
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John C Reilly and Mark Wahlberg in "Boogie Nights".
John C. Reilly and Will Ferrell in almost everything they do.
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Kate Winslet and Jim Carrey in Eternal Sunshine...
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Cybill Shepherd and Robert DeNiro in "Taxi Driver."
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R35 I got the impression that the backstory in Shame was that the Fassbender and Mulligan characters were sexually abused as kids; so chances are that they slept together at one point.
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James Wilby alone or with others, in Maurice
Ellen Burstyn and Kris Kristofferson, in Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore
Marlon Brando and Maria Schneider, in Last Tango in Paris
Giancarlo Giannini and Mariangela Melato, in Swept Away (NOT the Madge version!)
Sam Shephard and Brooke Adams, in Days of Heaven
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Colin Firth and Jennifer Ehle in Pride and Prejudice.
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The guys who play Tyler and Noah on Y&R.
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Donald Sutherland and Julie Christie in Don't Look Now.
James Wilby and Rupert Graves in Maurice.
I know they are not a couple, they dislike each other throughout most of the film, but Channing Tatum and Jamie Bell had chemistry together in The Eagle.
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I thought Diane Lane & Olivier Martinez had amazing chemistry in Unfaithful.
Jake & Heath. Brokeback Mountain.
Elizabeth Taylor and Montgomery Clift in Raintree County & A Place n the Sun
Rhett & Scarlett
Gregory Peck & Jennifer Jones in Duel in the Sun
|by Anonymous||reply 45||09/21/2013|
Just a few: Sea of Love-- Al Pacino, Ellen Barkin. No Way Out-- Kevin Costner, Sean Young. Movie with Meryl Streep and Robert DeNiro where they were commuters from the NYC suburbs into the city and fall in love .(Can't remember the title,obviously!)
|by Anonymous||reply 46||09/22/2013|
R46, Falling in Love? Never saw this one.
And Sea of Love is a very good example.. The scene in the grocery store.
|by Anonymous||reply 47||09/22/2013|
Gina Gershon and Jennifer Tilly in "Bound"
Lucinda Jenny and Harvey Keitel in "Thelma and Louise"--great flirting in a small scene at the roadhouse
There is a German film called "3" where a bisexual man innocently starts a relationship with a straight couple, unbeknownst to each other. The sex scenes between the men are porn hot and there is little to no chemistry with the actress in the film from them.
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From recent TV, Taylor Schilling and Laura Prepon have ridiculously hot on-screen chemistry. Completely blown away by them.
To a lesser extent, so do Misha Collins and Jensen Ackles. I think Collins is really unattractive, but they keep winning "favorite couple" polls in major media polls like E! and being mentioned in TV Guide, which surprises me. I'm sure some of that is fangurl rigging, but it's still surprising that media outlets are getting in on it.
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Mary Stuart Masterson and Mary Louise Parker in Fried Green Tomatoes.
Harrison Ford and Carrie Fisher in Empire Strikes Back.
Holly Hunter and Albert Brooks in Broadcast News.
Marg Helgenberg and Dana Delaney in China Beach.
Sharon Gless and Tyne Daley in Cagney and Lacey.
Lucy Lawless and Renee O'Connor in Xena.
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[quote]Lucy Lawless and Renee O'Connor in Xena.
SO true. Even they acknowledge their off-the-charts chemistry IRL.
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Lily Tomlin and John Travolta.
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Too lazy to look at previous answers, but:
Jill Clayburgh, Alan Bates, An Unmarried Woman
Faye Dunaway, William Holden, Network
Jeanne Moreau, Oskar Werner, Henri Serre, Truffaut's Jules et Jim
Holly Hunter, Harvey Keitel, The Piano.
Timothy Bottoms, Maggie Smith, Love and Pain and the Whole Damn Thing.
|by Anonymous||reply 53||09/22/2013|
I like neither of them separately, but Emily Blunt and Matt Damon had remarkably good chemistry in the Adjustment Bureau. Only think that made it worth watching.
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Eusebio Poncela & Antonio Banderas in "Law of Desire". VERY realistic depiction of a toxic self-destructive unstable gay couple who literally can't stay away from each other until it's too late to extract themselves from the shit they've stirred up.
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Do you ever wonder if Almodovar ever wishes he were straight?
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