People never kiss in the movies—they’re always getting interrupted. Watch the supercut. (Video)
Movie Kisses Always Get Interrupted: The Supercut
Brow Beat
Slate's Culture Blog
Aug. 27 2013 1:20 PM

Movie Kisses Always Get Interrupted 

Many movies spend their runtime building up to a climactic kiss—but the first attempt almost never works out. That’s the idea behind this supercut from Slacktory.

So if you’re about to kiss in a movie—especially one from Adam Sandler or Walt Disney—you better watch out: You're probably about to be interrupted by a bee sting, or a flying horse, or an invisible pane of glass, or Batman.

Forrest Wickman is a Slate senior editor. He writes and edits for Slate’s culture blog, Brow Beat.

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