Wednesday, February 3, 2010

14 Days To Love - Kisses No. 3

"Look for the girl with the broken smile, ask her if she wants to say awhile, and she will be loved..."

Now here's a kiss with a dash of real life romance!

I have not seen the movie "The Notebook". But I've seen this kiss a few times already and I'm pretty sure it's just as hot as the kisses that Ryan Gosling and Rachel McAdams shared in the big screen. I love the background music, I love Ryan's little "come hear" gesture. I love how he gently clutched Rachel's hair while they were kissing. I love that they showed Lindsay Lohan's reaction hahaha. I love how Rachel leaned a little closer to Ryan after they kissed and with him still holding her. Even Paul Walker shouting at Ryan ("C'mon say something!") was quite hot. Yep, still shallow.

Tuesday, February 2, 2010

14 Days To Love - Kisses No. 2


From my favorite Korean drama! I want to say that this is another great FIRST kiss, but technically, it's not their first (they had 2 accidental kisses before!). This was their first kiss as a couple, though, and it's sweet and passionate and swoon-worthy. The guy, Gong Chan, is your typical responsible, very serious guy who fell hopelessly in love with his pretend-cousin, the street-smart and bubbly Yoo Rin. Their kiss was both playful and romantic, and for me, showed Gong Chan's growth as a person. The first kiss on Yoo Rin's forehead was sweet, but like Yoo Rin, I was a bit disappointed. And then he pulled her close and really kissed her! The best part was that pause, with their noses touching a bit, long enough for him to whisper "saranghae" (I love you), and kissed her again. *swoons* I'm a pile of goo after watching that and even after rewatching that scene, I'm still kilig.

Monday, February 1, 2010

14 Days To Love - Kisses No. 1

Julia : Not porno tongue. Church tongue.
Robbie: [laughing] Church tongue. I like that.

My first kiss is from my favorite romantic comedy film and it's their first kiss! It shouldn't be romantic, at least as far as the leads are concerned, but it is, because it was at that moment when they began to feel that what they have is much more than just friendship.

I like this, because it's the leads' first kiss and it's sweet, and Julia got more than the "church kiss" she had envisioned. The awkward start, and the strains of the background music (oh so familiar because it's Robbie's proposal song to Julia later in the movie) made the moment a memorable scene.