Natalie Portman and Mila Kunis, "Black Swan"
At the height
of Nina Sayers' trip towards a psychotic
break, the up-and-coming and overly pressured dancer embarks
on a drugged up night of passion with her colleague and rival Lilly — a memorable, if somewhat disturbing, first kiss.
Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson, "Eclipse"
It's not a stretch
to say that these two are the favorites; after winning in the same category
at last year's Movie Awards for their "New Moon" kiss, do the on-screen Bella Swan and Edward Cullen have enough heat to win two golden popcorns in a row?
Kristen Stewart and Taylor Lautner, "Eclipse"
Or will this be the year for Team Jacob fans to rejoice
? Though he's the eternal
underdog in the war for Bella's heart, the teen werewolf
(along with his killer abs) pleads his passionate
case to his fair-skinned love with what could go down as an award-winning kiss.
Ellen Page and Joseph Gordon-Levitt, "Inception"
Sometimes you don't need an epic
sweeping romance story to win your way to the top. Though it's a subtle
moment, Arthur's quickly stolen kiss from Ariadne speaks volumes about the dream thief's irresistible
Emma Watson and Daniel Radcliffe, "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1"
Then there are the times when a kiss doesn't even have to be real to be dubbed
the best kiss of them all. Jealousy
is the name of the game when Ron beholds a terrible vision of best pals Harry and Hermione with lips locked in a loving embrace, leaving both the red-headed hero and the viewers themselves in a stunned moment of silence.