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Worst Relationships in Screenwritten History

Posted in Personal by Will on Sunday, May 2nd, 2010 ~ 8pm

(Trying to cheer myself up, here.)

Inara and Mal, Serenity

Bill and The Bride (aka Beatrix), Kill Bill

Batman and Catwoman, Batman Returns

I seem to recall Edward Scissorhands and Winona Ryder had problems (though I haven’t seen that one in quite awhile so I may be wrong.)

I’ll add to list if I think of any.

I think I want to watch Stardust again. They had a tough relationship but it turned out very well of course.

Catch a falling star an’ put it in your pocket,
Never let it fade away!
Catch a falling star an’ put it in your pocket,
Save it for a rainy day!

For love may come an’ tap you on the shoulder,
Some star-less night!
Just in case you feel you wanna’ hold her,
You’ll have a pocketful of starlight!

UPDATE: Superman and Lois Lane. Absolutely! Thanks Rodney. Rodney said — and he was spot on — “You forgot Superman and Lois Lane – especially the Superman Returns version. Not only did he knock her up and then leave the planet for five years….but he also made her forget (apparently) that he is Clark Kent. Then came to town and tried to pick right back up with her….”

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  1. Rodney said,

    on May 5th, 2010 at 11:28 am

    You forgot Superman and Lois Lane – especially the Superman Returns version. Not only did he knock her up and then leave the planet for five years….but he also made her forget (apparently) that he is Clark Kent. Then came to town and tried to pick right back up with her….

  2. Will said,

    on May 6th, 2010 at 1:48 am

    Spot on, Rodney!

  3. Elizabeth said,

    on May 21st, 2010 at 12:03 am

    The original Indiana Jones and…. I can’t remember her name.
    But it was bad. So bad it was better than all of the following love interests.

  4. Will said,

    on May 21st, 2010 at 10:47 am

    Marion Ravenwood or similar.

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