There’s immense heart and a plethora of nostalgia in Spider-Man: No Way Home when Otto sees Peter Parker again.
Frank and Karen’s elevator scene in The Punisher’s “Virtue of the Vicious” is the showcase of beautiful intimacy.
Blackbeard’s vulnerability in Our Flag Means Death’s “The Art of F**kery” is one of the most beautiful moments in the series.
Scene Breakdown: Passing Down Memories and Honest Conversations Between Anthony and Gregory in ‘Bridgerton’
Anthony and Gregory Bridgerton share a moment of vulnerability to remember their late father Edmund in the Season 2 finale.
Kate and Anthony first dance in Bridgerton’s “Victory” is the type of magical number that brings overwhelming emotions to the surface.
Kate and Anthony’s “Wrecking Ball” dance in Bridgerton’s “The Viscount Who Loved Me” encapsulates all of their adoration beautifully.
In “Off to the Races” Benedict Bridgerton teaches his brother Anthony poetry and we’ve got thoughts about how it represents the character.
The Bridgerton family dance in “Harmony” puts Hyacinth and Gregory front and center allowing everyone to celebrate with a moment of joy.
Belfast’s “Everlasting Love” performance by Jamie Dornan is the beautiful showcase of a transcendent love story.
Michael buying and framing Pam’s drawing of Dunder Mifflin in The Office is a genuine showcase of his heart.
Rapunzel and Eugene’s scene by the campfire in Disney’s Tangled is and will always be one of the most beautiful scenes throughout the film.
Scars and stories in Vikings: Valhalla’s “The Greenlanders” exhibit why Harald and Freydis are great for each other.
How I Met Your Father’s “Rivka Rebel” gives Jesse the kind of musical breakthrough that also has our shipper senses intensified.
Midge and Lenny’s “Maybe someday” scene in The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel’s “It’s Comedy or Cabbage” could lead to the one thing fans want to see.
Lorelai’s phone call with her mother in Gilmore Girls “Fall” remains as one of the sincerest moments in the show’s history.
It’s been a few years, but Mike and Ginny’s phone call in Pitch’s “The Break” still lives rent-free in all our minds.