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Cinemania: best big screen break ups

Posted by Peter Keough  February 7, 2014 06:40 PM

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Inspired by the “The Bride of Frankenstein” inclusion in our Best of Frankenstein entry a few weeks back

and also to serve as a consolation to those who insufficiently acknowledge that Feb. 14 is Valentine’s Day, our topic this week is best break-up scenes. They may be hell in real life, but they have made for some of the greatest moments in cinema. Which are your favorites? Include them in the comments section or send them to me at petervkeough@gmail.com We’ll be running the top five on Feb.16. [Shown is a scene from “Bride of Frankenstein”]

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