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Fictional movie characters need love too. Here's where they can find it

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Having announced the 100 best romantic movies of all time, we couldn't help thinking about those poor fictional figures out there in movie land with no one to have or to hold. So, with them in mind, we decided to wheel out our exclusive movie character dating service.

Just scroll down to discover the movie matches we'd love to see, or use the comments below to tell us who you think are destined to be together.

Travis Bickle and Thana

God's lonely man

Personal profile
Alternative singleton with a burgeoning interest in political activism, back in the big, bad city after a lengthy spell travelling around SE Asia. Searching for Madonna/whore for a shot at romance. Has own car.

Where to find me
'Taxi Driver' (1976)

Breaking the habit

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Ready for a challenge? Tough, streetwise feminist with a host of issues and an unyielding thirst for revenge on entire male gender seeks ex-Forces type for roleplay and target practice.

Where to find me
'Ms .45' (1981)


E.T. and Aughra

Turn your heart light on!

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Newly resurrected M of advanced age, loves kids, enjoys botany, m&m's, interstellar travel and learning new languages, seeks open-minded, emotional F for moonlit bicycle rides and long phone conversations. No government scientists please!

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'E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial' (1982)

A face with character

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Elderly, astronomically inclined F, enjoys grumbling, pottering and saving the world, seeks patient M with observatory-building experience and a knowledge of crystals. Let's make a Great Conjunction!
 

Where to find me
'The Dark Crystal' (1982)


Carrie and Mick Travis

Miss Firecracker

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Lonely, bright-eyed Midwestern lass with mild telekinetic abilities looking for wannabe street-tough to treat her right and take righteous revenge on domineering mother and/or high school chums (optional).

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'Carrie' (1976)

Bullet boy

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No-bullshit public schoolboy looking for comely lass to help gun down the upper classes and symbolize cool teen rebellion. No kinky stuff (whips, etc).
 

Where to find me
'If...' (1968)


Atticus Finch and Daisy Werthan

My briefs are second to none

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Well-to-do, upstanding widowed M with developing family and unimpeachable professional standards seeks open-minded, politically savvy F to cook, converse and raise the moral awareness of backward Southern townsfolk. It’s not just my objections that are sustained…

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'To Kill a Mockingbird' (1962)

Wanna drive me crazy?

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Elderly, forthright F with old-fashioned (but increasingly flexible) moral values and own transportation seeks gruff curmudgeon with a heart of gold. Let’s set those local busybodies’ tongues a-waggin’!
 

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'Driving Miss Daisy' (1989)


James Ballard and Christine

Party crasher

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Fresh-faced rubbernecker with literal auto-erotic fixation and impossibly preppy looks seeks fetish fun with like-minded other. No Sunday drivers.

 

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'Crash' (1996)

Fill 'er up!

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Older model with good chassis and dazzling headlights seeks sensitive toy-boy for smooth rides, moonlight drives and eventual murder-suicide. Airbags and seatbelts are optional. A love for good, old-fashioned 'car'-nage is a must.

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'Christine' (1983)


Annie Wilkes and Leatherface

Break a leg

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Reclusive, literate F with working farm, pick-up truck and lump hammer, enjoys Liberace and heavy bondage, seeking thick-skinned non-smoking M for pill-fuelled orgies of uncontrollable violence. I’ll be your number one fan!

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'Misery' (1990)

Let me get under your skin!

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Carnivorous country boy from large, close-knit family, enjoys interior decoration, fashion design and extreme logging, seeks fleshy F with good screaming voice for long moonlit strolls in the woods. You never know, I might be Brad Pitt under this thing!

Where to find me
'The Texas Chain Saw Massacre' (1974)


Harvey and Jessica Rabbit

On the wagon

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Imaginary leporine enabler, well over six foot tall (on hind legs) seeks understanding, open-minded honey-bunny. Just come out of a mutually destructive relationship with friendly but mawkishly sentimental town drunk – now looking for hare-raising female.

Where to find me
'Harvey' (1950)

You're no-bunny 'til some-bunny loves you...

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Throaty, swivel-hipped lounge singer with abiding fur fetish seeks significant other. Previous partner far too animated – now searching for a bunny of substance to fill my hutch.
 

Where to find me
'Who Framed Roger Rabbit' (1988)


The Bride and Dalton

A woman scorned

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Scimitar-wielding, vengeance-fuelled hell vixen with lifetime of tragic dating experiences (eg shot at own wedding) looking for a new bruiser to tussle with. Any trouble, and will not hesitate to dismember.

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'Kill Bill' (2003)

My way or the highway

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Rugged, overpaid, Tai-chi wielding, philosophically alert bouncer looking for a casual Saturday night thing. Crime kingpins’ leggy daughters a speciality.
 

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'Road House' (1989)


Vianne Rocher and Davie 'Lardass' Hogan

Taste my sweet delicacies

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Warmhearted, well-respected culinary goddess with flourishing smalltown sweetmeat business seeks insubordinate, unpredictable M with a taste for haute cuisine and a flair for scandal. Let me feed you!

Where to find me
'Chocolat' (2000)

Boom-badda-boom-badda-boom!

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Hefty rebel with authority issues and unpredictable gastric tendencies seeks quickfire lady chef for three-day orgies of culinary and sensual delights. Let’s party ‘til we puke!
 

Where to find me
'Stand By Me' (1986)


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8 comments
Jjohn
Jjohn

The bride a.k.a. Beatrix Kiddo wields a katana not a scimitar, know your swords!

John
John

Norman Bates with Norma Desmond. Creepy. Introverted. Problems with Animals.

tom huddleston
tom huddleston

he ate m&m's in the novelisation written by william kotzwinkle, and as far as i'm concerned kotzwinkle's word is bond.

Ronnie
Ronnie

Yeah, Mojambo. You're thinking of Krzysztof Kieslowsk's 'Mac & Me'.

Drew
Drew

E.T. ate Reese's Pieces not M & M's

Ray
Ray

Forrest Gump with Nell? Or is that too easy?

Organs
Organs

Norman Bates of "Psycho" with May from "May".

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