Most Romantic Moment #13
Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi (1983)
I love Star Wars so much!
Like I really, really love it!
So of course one of my romantic moments has to come from this, I mean seriously.
This is the last installment of the original film series. Han Solo was captured and the crew went to save him. Afterwards, Luke returns to training with Yoda while the others go back to the rebel base.
Luke has reached the end of his training and returns to his friends. They all head to Endor so that they may use it to destroy the Death Star.
There Princess Leia, Han Solo, and the new friends they meet-the Ewoks, try to take down the Empire there. Luke leaves to head to the Death Star and confront the dark lord and the head of the empire-and his father, Darth Vader.
Will all work out well, or will the dark side win?
Most Romantic Moment: Just Hold Me Tight
So Luke has to leave or else he will endanger the mission. He knows that Leia is his sister and the two have a moment where he shares about Darth Vader being his father and what he has to do. Han Solo comes along after Luke says his good-byes and is all jealous of Luke, especially when Leia can’t share with him what is on her heart.
He gets upset and blows up at her, but apologizes for his behavior. And then the real romantic moment comes. She asks him to hold her, and he does.
He has no clue what is happening and going on, and is still upset that she can’t confide in him-most likely doubting whether she does really love him like she said-but he puts that all aside and just gives her the comfort she desires and needs at the moment-that’s super romantic and sweet.
To start Romance is in the Air: Part V, go to Who Says I Have to Stop: Fireproof (2008)
For the previous post, go to Love at First Bite: Trolls (2016)
For more Star Wars, go to Dad’s Day
For more Han Solo, go to You Put the Jedi in Pride & PreJEDIce
For more Princess Leia, go to Why the Princess Leia Crown Hairdo is Awesome
For more ’80s films, go to China is Here Mr. Burton. The Chang Sing, The Wing Kong, They’ve Been Fighting for Centuries: Big Trouble in Little China (1986)