“Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2”: Harry and Ginny
Harry and Ginny have been trying for, like, three whole movies to get a relationship going—that pesky Lord Voldemort and his plans for world-domination-by-murder just keep getting in the way! But in the final chapter of the “Potter” saga, the two finally end up just where they should: together. On a train platform. In creepily realistic age makeup.
“Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2”: Ron and Hermione
Opposites attract—and it’s a good thing, too, because it allows a bumbling gingerbutt like Ron Weasley to make some magic with smart, sexy uberwitch Hermione Granger. (But really, the post-Horcrux-destruction make out? Totally bangin’.)
“The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 1”: Edward and Bella
VAMPIRE WEDDING! SHREDDED PILLOWS! UNDEAD DEMON FETUS! …Best couple of the year? COULD BE.
“Friends With Benefits”: Dylan and Jamie
Kudos to Mila Kunis and Justin Timberlake for taking a tired old movie trope and turning it into a seriously cute chemistry-fest; even the rom-com haters among us couldn’t help rooting for this couple on screen!
“50/50”: Adam and Kyle
Who says that the best couple of the year has to be a pair of hetero sweethearts? The bromantic love-fest between JGL as a cancer-stricken gentleman and Seth Rogen as his supportive friend was more adorable than most of the movie romances we saw this year…or ever.