Moment that made you melt: Kim sings a whole song to Hugo to remind him how she feels. He asks if she wants the truth, then nods and says, "No" with an adorable and totally melt-worthy smirk, particularly for those who fall for bad boys. But when John asks his brother Scott (Penn Badgley) to spy on Kate, the "Other Tucker" begins to develop feelings for her. What it's about: Danielle (Elisha Cuthbert) moves in next door to Matthew (Emile Hirsch), who "accidentally" sees her changing through the window. P, What it's about: "Pleasantly plump," puffy-haired, and perfectly confident Baltimore teenager Tracy Turnblad (Ricki Lake) doesn't just take queen bee Amber Von Tussle's (Colleen Fitzpatrick) top spot on the The Corny Collins Show — she wins over Amber's dreamy boyfriend Link Larkin (Michael St.
But she disappears at midnight to return home before her evil stepmother realizes she's gone, leaving behind just a flip phone. Moment that made you melt: Watts, keeping Keith company in the garage in which he works, offers to coach him in kissing.Moment that made you melt: "Lena Kaligaris we are terrible at not loving each other." "…So what do we do? Instead of rejecting the lies, Olive (Emma Stone) uses it as a business opportunity — she allows her male classmates to spread sex-based lies about her in exchange for gift cards — all while her childhood crush Todd (Penn Badgley) stand idly by. Directed by: Frank Capra Written by: Frank Capra and Harry Cohn Socialite Ellie Andrew (Claudette Colbert) runs away and ends up crossing paths with handsome reporter Peter Warne (Clark Gable).Directed by: William Wyler Written by: William Wyler Crown princess Ann (Audrey Hepburn) ditches her handlers on a tour of Rome so she can experience the city herself.She ends up crossing paths with Joe Bradley (Gregory Peck), an American reporter, and the two enjoy a whirlwind romance.So when cheerleader Paris (Christina Milian) crashes her car and can't afford the repairs, Alvin agrees to fix the bumper for the small price of pretending to be his girlfriend for two weeks. What it's about: This movie, which was written but not directed by John Hughes, is like a gender-flipped version of Pretty in Pink that keeps the original ending, in which Andie and Duckie got together.