Are you kissable? That depends. Are you Iron Man?

 


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So Zoosk.com, a top online dating service, surveyed more than 3,500 singles to reveal pop culture’s most memorable kisses.

And your name didn't make the list.

Just kidding. Okay, here are some of the results:

The most memorable on-screen smooches of summer 2013 are…

  1. 41% of Americans say Tony and Pepper’s lip lock in “Iron Man 3” was the most memorable kiss among this summer’s blockbuster flicks.
  2. 23% of singles say Spock and Uhura in “Star Trek Into the Darkness.”
  3. 21% of singles say Alan and Cassie in “The Hangover III” shared the most memorable kiss of this summer’s blockbuster films.

The top 3 kissing songs are…

  1.  Could I Have This Kiss Forever” by Whitney Houston & Enrique Iglesias (21%)
  2. “A Kiss From A Rose” by Seal (17%)
  3. “Blow Me One Last Kiss” by Pink (12%)

The most romantic places to kiss are…

  1. On the beach (30%)
  2. In a car (23%)
  3. In front of a roaring fireplace (15%)
  4. On a carriage ride in New York’s Central Park (14%)

Do you agree with these results? Tell me why — or why not — on my FaceBook page:

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You can watch the kiss, below. (Of course, it's always better to watch a kiss with foreign subtitles…)

— Josie

 


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You’ll love SHERLOCK HOLMES 2: GAME OF SHADOWS…

Sherlock+Holmes+2As much as I adored the first Guy Ritchie-directed SHERLOCK HOLMES (who wouldn't? Victorian London at its steampunkiest, Ritchie action sequences choreographed with the intricacy of a period ballet Robert Downey, Jr starring in the lead, Jude Law's Watson for class and panache, a coterie of Great Britain's best character actors, and the always delectible Rachel McAdams) both Martin and I actually liked — make that LOVED — the second film in the series even more.

Called GAME OF SHADOWS, it ramps up all of the above, yet tightens the dialogue so that Holmes and Watson's tete-a-tetes are much more than tongue-in-cheek wordplay. It doesn't hurt, either that they've added the inniminable Stephen Fry to the cast, as Holme's brother, Mycroft. I love his smugness, especially whenever he tweaks kid bro "Sherlie…"

Ah, if only all bromances were this witty!

Out with the penis and titty jokes, in with bon mots between bon vivants,

— Josie

 

 

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