Never gets old, does it? Noah and Allie embrace in the rain in The Notebook
11/05/2013 at 04:00 PM EST
There's no denying that Rachel McAdams
is the current undisputed queen of romantic comedies. And with Friday's release of About Time
, a time-traveling love story from the creator of Love Actually
, her reign is set to continue.
But why has this brunette beauty so successfully cemented her place in all of our hearts? For starters, she's always one line away from having us bawling into our movie theater napkins, and that goes for anyone, whether you like your romances to come from novel adaptations or from the same duo that brought you The Internship
. So before this weekend's dinner-and-a-movie meet-up, give her sweetest declarations a read, and feel free to pass them on to the Ryan Gosling
in your life.
Ah, young love. When falling so deeply for someone makes you believe anything is impossible, why not be a bird? And make sure your beloved joins you for the flight.
For the record, we wouldn't need much convincing to accept Channing Tatum
as our husband, but the beauty of this moment
from The Vow
lies in McAdams recognizing Tatum's commitment to her – without ever recognizing his face.
Just because a movie features Owen Wilson
and Vince Vaughn
arguing over whether to impersonate maple farmers or venture capitalists doesn't mean it can't also have heart, okay? Plus, for the commitment-phobic, comedy always takes the edge off.
It's not easy being The Time Traveler's Wife
, what with him disappearing for prolonged periods of time, including on your wedding night! But that's why McAdams's declaration to a dying Eric Bana makes this moment all the weepier. Cue the tears!
Hey, now, we know what you're thinking, but for Aaron Samuels, this was probably the nicest thing Regina George said to him all movie. Also: It's accurate.