Robert pattinson on dating a girl who reads
And we thought the whole Charlie Sheen-goddesses triangle was weird.
Released: 1954 Triangle: Linus, Sabrina, and David Ultimate bachelor David (William Holden) has ignored the affections of young, shy Sabrina (Audrey Hepburn) for years.
Released: 2011 Triangle: Rachel, Dex, and Darcy Rachel (Ginnifer Goodwin) loves Dex (Colin Egglesfield), who happens to be engaged to her best friend, Darcy (Kate Hudson). But when Rachel and Dex realize their feelings for each other can't be ignored, Rachel wavers between playing the role of supportive friend and backstabbing temptress.
While we don't condone the ruining of relationships — we're talking to you, Angelina — this is one instance where we're rooting for the other woman.
Nola soon throws a curveball at her lover, resulting in a catastrophic ending for both.
Put simply, this Woody Allen thriller makes us thankful for background checks. After shy teen Bella (Kristen Stewart) falls for the red-eyed vampire Edward (Robert Pattinson), she finds herself faced with an impossible choice: the friendship of werewolf Jacob (Taylor Lautner) or the love of her blood-sucking boyfriend.
We don't blame him — what kind of guy gives up both the girl and the goods?
Victor needs the documents Rick is entrusted with to escape Morocco, but Rick refuses to hand them over.Despite being from opposite sides of the tracks, Blane and Andie fall in love, forcing Duckie to accept only Andie's friendship.Poor guy, it must be hard losing the love of your life to a guy with a better nickname Released: 2005 Triangle: Nola, Chris, and Chloe Chris (Jonathan Rhys Meyers), a former tennis pro turned instructor, is introduced to friend Tom's little sister, Chloe (Emily Mortimer).Outcast Andie (Molly Ringwald) fails to realize her best friend, the always-awkward Duckie (Jon Cryer), is head over heels for her.Instead, she vies for the attention of school stud/rich boy Blane (Andrew Mc Carthy).