BySam McGill, writer at Creators.co
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Sam McGill

What makes the best bromances ever? Two hunky dudes looking after each others backs till the very end, we're going to be counting down my personal and possibly your favorite bromances ever. We will be discounting, people and dogs, family members and friends who later became family members These relationships can be both complicated and likable, tragic ending or good ending. if you don't know what it means this video will answer your question....

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If that answers your questioned here we go! But be warned spoilers ahead

10) Reservoir Dogs (1992) Mr. White and Mr. Orange

"I'm hungry, let's get a taco"
"I'm hungry, let's get a taco"

In this first Tarantino blood fest action cat and mouse film six strangers take on a in and out diamond job. But five of them are only criminals and the sixth is a undercover cop, over the time two of the members; Harvey Kietel's character Mr. White takes Tim Roth's character Mr. Orange under his wing. We never see the official heist but Orange gets shot and from there White takes care and answers to him, but the cost for their friendship is futile when they the only survivors of a Mexican standoff Orange tells White of his true identity thus killing his friend and killed by the cops; the only movie where the bad guys are the good guys and the good guys are the bad guys.

Best Bromantic Line:

Mr. White: Joe I don't know what you know but your wrong....trust me on this, he's a good kid. I know this man he wouldn't do that kind of thing


9) Captain America the Winter Soldier (2014) Steve Rogers and Bucky Barnes

By far the most "super" Bromance of the marvel universe! Steve Rogers and Bucky Barnes friends for forever were the Howling Commandos of legends but sadly during the horrors of WWII Bucky supposedly was killed. Fast forwarding all the way seventy years, Hydra has snuck back into the Cap's life and who is the underling of assassins Bucky/The Winter Soldier who has been brainwashed for over seventy years for secret expendable assassination missions. But in the climax of Hydra's evil plan Cap tries to bring Bucky back to his own senses.

Best Bromantic Line:

Bucky: Hey remember when I took you out to Coney Island?
Cap: Yeah and i threw up?
Bucky: This isn't payback is it?


8) Young Guns (1988-90) The Regulators

Yoohoo....I'll make you famous
Yoohoo....I'll make you famous

In this epic two parter adaptation of the famous outlaw's short life Emilio Estevez character William H. Bonney comes to a honest cattle baron to work and makes new friends like Keifer Sutherland and Lou Diamond Phillips characters Doc Scurlock and Jose Chavez. By the end of the first film three other "pals" are killed and leading to the sequel, the two men follow Billy foolishly into a vain tall tail trip to Mexico who are also being pursued by lawman Pat Garrett played by William Peterson. The film's view of the fate's of the three boys are only fictionalized where Billy may have survived that deadly night.

Best Bromantic Line:

Charlie: Billy let me leave I got a wife waiting for me!
Billy: Charlie, if you don't stand up and start whipping some ass you aint ever going to see her again! {words of motivation]


7) Guns of the Magnificent Seven (1969) Chris and Keno

Tough way to make a living
Tough way to make a living

In this epic third installment to The Magnificent Seven, a revolutionary asks George Kennedy's character Chris to help him save his cousin from soldiers. Obviously he hires five other men. Monte Markham's Character Keno a supposed horse thief comes along due to Chris helping him from saving his life

Best Bromantic Line:

Keno: Hey Chris, I sure hope to see you tomorrow night


6) Of Mice and Men (1992) George and Lennie

This one's a very complicated relationship but these two are unbreakable. Gary Sinise's character George the smaller guy watches over his dumb strong bigger friend; John Malkovich's Character Lennie. Size does not matter in this film only their character. These two had a good plan for the future to live like kings. But the lust of a dream should never be exaggerated.

Best Bromantic Line:

George Milton: No Lennie- I aint ever mad at you


5) Davy Crockett: King of the Wild Frontier (1955) Davy and George Russel

We don't know how these two became friends but are LEGEN-(wait for it cause i hope you not lactose and tolerant)-DARY! In the prequel Buddy Ebson's character George follows Fess Parker's most epic performance Davy around across the Mississippi river for a race and ends up ending a River Pirate scheme. In the original they do the same thing and end their lives at defending The Alamo. Always remember The Alamo.

Best Bromantic Line:

George Russel: Give em more furry Davy!


4) Harry Potter Franchise (2001-11) Harry and Albus Dumbledore

For the first eleven years Daniel Radcliff's character Harry Potter; the boy who lived, lived in neglect against his Muggle aunt and uncle. Till one day he got his letter to Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. He meats the headmaster Richard Harris or Micheal Gambon's character Dumbledore. The two have the same agenda to destroy He must not be Named---VOLDERMORT. Sadly Alan Rickman's character Hans Gruber (Snape) kills Dumbledore. After the deaths of Voldermort and Snape Harry chooses to name his first son Albus Severous Potter.

Best Bromantic Line:

Albus Dumbledore: It takes a great deal of bravery to stand up to your enemies, but a great deal more to stand up to your friends.
Albus Dumbledore: It does not do to dwell on dreams, Harry, and forget to live.


3) Star Trek Franchise (1966-) Kirk and Spock

RIP Leonard Nimoy
RIP Leonard Nimoy

In honor of the sad death of young actor Leonard Nimoy. William Shatner have the best bromance in Cinema history. Through the TV series, the movies and the prequels, these dudes cannot say goodbye and resurrect each other in both Wrath of Khan and Into Darkness. But in reality Shatner's time will come and reunite Nimoy as they will both have a bromantic hug in heaven and hi-five Vulcan style

Best Bromantic Line

Kirk: We are assembled here today to pay final respects to our honored dead. And yet it should be noted that in the midst of our sorrow, this death takes place in the shadow of new life, the sunrise of a new world; a world that our beloved comrade gave his life to protect and nourish. He did not feel this sacrifice a vain or empty one, and we will not debate his profound wisdom at these proceedings. Of my friend, I can only say this: of all the souls I have encountered in my travels, his was the most... human.

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2) Terminator 2: Judgement Day (1991) T-800 and John Connor

"Come with me if you want to live."
"Come with me if you want to live."

The Time Traveling Machine is back, for young Conner the future leader of the last surviving resistance. Since the events of the first film has made Linda Hamilton's most best performance Sarah Conner suspicious of the dark future and for her son Edward Ferlong's character John Conner. The T-800 comes back from the future to stop the T-1000 from killing young John and Sarah. The T-800 is a killer from the future and John does not want any deaths except for the T-1000. T-800 finally destroys T-1000 in a sacrifice play, The Conner's then live in a alternative clean and good future thanks to the T-800

Best Bromantic Line:

John Connor: I order you not to go. I order you not to go, I ORDER YOU NOT TO GO!
The Terminator: I know now why you cry, but it is something I can never do. Here. I cannot self-terminate. You must lower me into the steel. Good-bye.


1) Top Gun (1986) Maverick and Iceman

No words describe this awesome bromance only this one video can.

Best Bromantic Line


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