The 7 Most Romantic Moments From Endless Love

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Searching for the perfect Valentine’s Day movie? Well, look no further because Endless Love is the ultimate V-Day film for you!

For those of you who don’t know, Endless Love is based on the book by Scott Spencer, with a screenplay by Shana Feste and Joshua Safran of Gossip Girl fame. This film begins on the day of high-school graduation for Jade Butterfield, a sheltered young woman with a limitless future, played by Gabriella Wilde, and David Axelrod, a working-class boy with a troubled past who in turn falls head over heels for her, played by Alex Pettyfer. The two are on completely different paths, she’s headed off to Brown and he’s staying in town to work in his dad’s shop. Yet, when they bump into each other after graduation, sparks fly and they begin a very intense romance.

Want to know some of the most romantic moments from the movie? Well, check out the gallery below because we’ve picked out seven just for you! Take a look at the gallery, then tell us, will you be going to see this movie on Valentine’s Day?


1. David signs Jade's yearbook!

After graduation, Jade's family goes to dinner at the country club, where David works as a valet. When Jade gets out of the car, she drops her yearbook and David helps her pick it up. Their chemistry is immediate! Normally shy, Jade even gets up the courage to ask him to sign her yearbook, which he does, OBV!

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2. They 'borrow' a car together.

At the country club, David asks Jade to come for a ride with him, in a car that he “borrows” from valet. Jade's hesitant but she agrees and takes an exhilarating ride with David and his friend. The spark between them grows very fast and we love them together instantly.

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3. David saves Jade's graduation party.

When Jade throws a graduation party, the only guests who show up are her parents’ stuffy friends. David makes some calls and gets the entire school to Jade's house. SO sweet! Before the party's over, Jade and David dance, and share a heated moment in a closet!

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4. David lends a hand.

Working in his father's shop, David has become good at fixing cars. When Jade mentions her family can't get a certain car to run, David comes to the rescue to help fix it.

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5. David comes to dinner.

After David helps the Butterfield's car, he's invited to dinner. Jade's dad doesn't approve of David, but he wins over the rest of the family at dinner. Later that night, Jade and David decide they should be together for the first time and they realize how overpowering their feelings are for each other.

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6. Jade gets the cutest text of all time.

Jade gets curious as to who David is texting while they’re together. Moments later she gets a text that reads, "What are you doing every day for the rest of the summer?" Aw!

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7. Jade stands up to her father.

When Jade’s father realizes that David is distracting her from her college plans, he becomes furious. He takes the family to their lake house to get away, but then David shows up. At first, Jade's father refuses to let him in, but she tells him that David is her guest and he's staying. Go Jade!

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Watch Alex Pettyfer and Gabriella Wilde in the final Endless Love trailer!

This post written in partnership with Universal’s Endless Love, in theaters on Valentine’s Day!

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2 Responses to "The 7 Most Romantic Moments From Endless Love"

  1. Teen.com
    Sammy says:

    This movie looks so cute!

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