9 Perfect Movie Couples that are #RealtionshipGoals

There are movies with leading couples that have the cute factor. But then there are the movies with couples that make you feel things, that make you ugly cry, that leave you thinking about their romance for days after the credits roll. These are the couples who you're modeling your next relationship after, these are the kinds of movies you only watch if you're Netflix & Chillin' with a keeper. They make our current significant others look bad and have us setting our standards much too high to accommodate any species of common garden bro. We wish these celebs were dating, but more importantly, we wish we were them.

  1. Allie and Noah, The Notebook (Racheal McAdams, Ryan Gosling)

    For most girls this has become the ultimate date movie or some would call it the ultimate trap. "Notebooking" significant others has become infinitely popular. If a girl turns this on during Netflix and chill, it's likely she's trying to hint that you need to be more like Noah (Or she wants to see if you'll cry at the end too). What do I want? A beardy guy in a pageboy hat to build me a house. I mean that's perfectly reasonable right?

  2. Viola and Duke, She's the Man (Amanda Bynes, Channing Tatum)

    This movie made every girl want to be Amanda Bynes - you know, before she went crazy - and easily made everyone fall in love with Channing Tatum if Step Up didn't already convince you that he is perfect in every way. This film doesn't only breathe new life into a Shakespearean classic, but it made everyone want to join intramurals. I mean they were literal Swolemates, how much cuter does it get?

  3. Wade Wilson/Deadpool and Vanessa, Deadpool (Ryan Reynolds and Morena Baccarin)

    These two prove that looks aren't everything and have the sex life of my dreams. After Wilson's looks decay after some straight up torture, Vanessa still loves him. There's nothing more comforting than knowing you'll still be loved - and will still be getting some - even if your face ends up looking like the surface of the moon.

  4. Buttercup and Westley, The Princess Bride (Robin Wright and Cary Elwes)

    It doesn't get much better than this fairytale couple. Weastley is the perfect combination of badass and sweetheart, and Buttercup is #goals. There's nothing sexier than a guy in tights coming to your rescue. A story more perfect about true love - twu wove - is inconceivable.

  5. John and Jane Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Smith (Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie)

    James Bond sets the bar as far as spy goes, but these two arguably set the bar for relationships. The fight scene where they do some fighting, but mostly other things, was a life ruiner since everyone knows they will never achieve anything close to that amount of sexual tension. I imagine the spousal disagreements could get a little intense, with all that knife throwing. But I'm not, not down. And it seemed that these two didn't get enough on set as they're happily married with about a thousand children.

  6. Ennis and Jack, Brokeback Mountain (Heath Ledger and Jake Gyllenhaal)

    This movie easily made a whole lot of guys question their sexuality and fueled a whole lot of female fantasy. I'm not sure if most people want to be in this relationship or rather just between the two of them. I mean common, it's Heath Ledger.

  7. Han and Leia, Star Wars (Harrison Ford and Carrie Fisher)

    For nerds and closeted dorks alike these two are the perfect couple across all galaxies. They've inspired hundreds of couple tattoos and engravings with their iconic "I love you", "I know" lines. I mean their kid could have turned out a little better… but other than that every gamer girl is desperate to find the smuggler to their space princess. Even if he's a little short to be a stormtrooper.

  8. Rose and Jack, The Titanic (Kate Winslet and Leonardo DiCaprio)

    Aside from how the movie ends, these two are perfect. Everything from the scene in the carriage to how she really stuck it to her family fuels the romanticism of the film. I mean I guess it was sweet how Jack gave up his life for Rose, but I think we can all agree that there was plenty of room on that door...

  9. Elizabeth and Mr. Darcy, Pride and Prejudice (Kiera Knightley and Matthew MacFadyen)

    Next to The Notebook, this film might just be runner up for the ultimate chick flick. It's so beautiful to see these two put their own, well, pride and prejudice aside and give into romance. Plus, if you haven't noticed from the films mentioned above, there's something viewers love about couples going from mutual dislike to mutual love. This movie had everyone thinking twice about that cute guy or girl you find really annoying. Who knows? Maybe they're your soulmate.