With a hurricane headed toward the East Coast, your skies may be looking Earl gray. But rain storms, even of the hurricane variety, can be romantic inside and downright passionate outside. That's why so many iconic movie kisses are staged in the rain. Check out our favorites!
The Breakfast at Tiffany's Kiss is one of the most iconic movie kisses — with or without the rain. But the passionate postfight kiss in any relationship is probably even more iconic.
After Sam (Natalie Portman) and Andrew (Zach Braff) go on a — what? — a 48-hour life-changing adventure together, they both scream and madly make out in Garden State.
The fact that Ben Affleck's character is blind only adds to the drama of this first kiss in Daredevil.
In Australia, Nicole Kidman's character, Sarah, and Hugh Jackman's Drover are from opposing worlds, so their public kiss causes quite the drama.
When faced with life or death in Pirates of the Caribbean, it's only natural to get married in a storm for a passionate, "I do" kiss.
In Dear John, Amanda Seyfried and Chatum Tanning's characters seek inadequate shelter from the storm (another romantic movie trope). There they get to know each other by saying, respectively, "you don't scare me" and "you scare me," which inevitably leads to a passionate rain kiss.
After leaving the altar in Four Weddings and a Funeral, Charles (Hugh Grant) runs to Carrie (Andie MacDowell) and asks her to please not marry him for the rest of his life.
In Step Up 2, these competitive dancers show off by adding a rain kiss to their dance.
Some superheros can't just settle for a rain kiss; in Spider-Man, he has to do it upside-down.