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Updated on Aug 3, 2020. Posted on Aug 3, 2020

Which Rom-Com Movie Moment Shouldn't Have Made The Final Cut?

Remember when Billy Idol randomly made a cameo in The Wedding Singer?

Have you ever watched a rom-com and thought to yourself: "What the heck am I watching here?"

Sally looking at Marie in a perplexed way, wearing glasses, both standing in a bookstore
Columbia Pictures

Because sometimes they're filled with out of place moments that add absolutely nothing to the movie.

Sandy and Danny driving away in a car into the sky, happily ever after
Paramount Pictures

Maybe you were confused when Margaret joined Grandma Annie in the woods to chant with her in The Proposal because it was totally out of Margaret's character.

Margaret dancing and singing along to "Get Low" with Grandma Annie looking confused, but eventually, the both of them feeling passionate about it
Disney

Although it's funny, it's so random.

Or perhaps you were puzzled when Lara Jean floated down the hallway while lip-synching "Moral of the Story" in To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You because, well, that perfect movie isn't a musical.

Lara Jean sadly singing "Some mistakes get made that's all right, that's okay"
Netflix

Or maybe you were perplexed when Janis Ian ended up with Kevin G. at the end of Mean Girls because it was a random pairing, considering she was always disgusted when he tried to ask her out.

Kevin G. and Janis Ian embracing on the front lawn of the school at the end of "Mean Girls"
Paramount Pictures

Whatever it is, we want to know! Tell us which rom-com movie moment was so out of place, and why, in the comments below.

Billy idol pushing Glenn out of the way on the airplane with determination
New Line Cinema

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