'The Notebook' turns 15 and we're still obsessed

PHOTO: Ryan Gosling, as Noah, and Rachel McAdams, as Allie, in a scene from "The Notebook."PlaySnap Stills/REX/Shutterstock
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"The Notebook," one of the most beloved romantic movies of all time, turns 15 today.

The film, based on the 1996 novel by Nicholas Sparks, starring Ryan Gosling as Noah and Rachel McAdams as Allie, was a monster success in the box office, grossing over $115 million.

The on-screen relationship depicted between Allie and Noah still melts hearts today, and inspires viewers to chase love at all costs.

Fifteen years later, we're reflecting on some of our favorite parts of the film.

Ryan Gosling and Rachel McAdams pulled off one of the most memorable kissing scenes of all time

"It wasn't over … it still isn't over."

The scene in which Allie and Noah reunite after so many years apart is forever cemented as one of the best movie kisses in history.

The rain, the drama, the lines -- pure cinematic cheesiness mastered.

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The scene was so well-loved that the actors even recreated it at the MTV Movie Awards in 2005 when they accepted the award for Best Kiss.

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Although the actors' off-the-screen relationship ended, fans of the movie will always have these moments to remember.

The film had some of the most quotable moments

Who knows how many romantic proposals or acts of courage referenced the lines in this famous film -- there's plenty of inspiration to draw from.

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From the instantly-recognizable, "If you're a bird, I'm a bird" line, to Noah's declaration of love in a last-chance effort to win back Allie, the quotes are timeless.

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The film's message still resonates

The idea of true love prevailing over extraneous factors like one's background, income or family, is still very much alive.

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In the end, Allie and Noah's union showed us that a true connection is worth fighting for.