What happened when this random duo came together onscreen was the stuff of Hollywood legend -- and remains so to this day.
Without Roberts's horsey laugh and leggy appeal to coax Gere's Edward out of his shell, this pic might have languished in rom-com obscurity.
This pair's love-hate chemistry crackled onscreen nonetheless, and the movie was a smash hit -- as were two more collaborative pics.
It was a moment of true inspiration when Michel Gondry conceived of pairing lanky goofball Carrey with actress's actress Winslet as his kooky leads.
Allen's classic rapport with Keaton in this flick is one of a kind: a kooky, neurotic back-and-forth that manages to feel real against all odds.
The film's casters were reluctant to pick them, but Reeve's all-American affect and Kidder's tough-but-vulnerable demeanor were a perfect fit.
Bringing these two superstars together for this action-romance flick now feels like a no-brainer, but at the time it was casting genius.
An insanely unlikely pairing, and one that underscores the movie's underlying message: that love could be waiting around any corner.
Who better to play the gorgeous, uninterested foil to Pacino's irascible (but pint-size) drug lord than Pfeiffer, in all her flawless twentysomething glory?
This pair's off-kilter chemistry makes the unexpectedly moving film -- and the romance between the two -- a thing to behold.