Source: Paramount Pictures07. Wayne & Garth
These recurring SNL characters were obsessed with all things rock, partying, and excellence. They were the best of buds. The men playing them, on the other hand, had a bit of a rocky relationship. The good news is that they finally buried the hatchet at a reunion screening this past April
.06. Batman & Robin
Their names are probably the first ones that come to mind when you think of duos; so much so that this article was named after them. Unfortunately, their hype doesn't hold up when you put them under the microscope. Feel free to disagree with me on this, but how many Robins has Batman been through now? Look, I love Batman and Robin as much as anyone. I'm just saying that maybe sending a pre-teen to fight armed killers isn't such a great idea.05. The Green Hornet & Kato
These two are basically a knock-off of the Lone Ranger and Tonto, so it's only fitting they ended up on this list. Also, just like in the new movie, it's the "sidekick" that actually gets to do all the cool stuff. That was especially the case in the 1960s television adaptation, where Kato was played by legendary martial arts master Bruce Lee.04. Han & Chewie
These two guys were the real heroes of the original "Star Wars" trilogy. After all, without them Luke would never have gotten off Tattooine or destroyed the Death Star. They also get bonus points for being able to understand each other despite speaking two completely different languages (English and RAAAUUUULLLGLHLGGGH).
Source: Miramax Films01. Vincent Vega & Jules
The iconic duo from "Pulp Fiction" will always epitomize cool, whether they're on the hunt for someone who crossed the boss or having a conversation about buying Big Macs in France.
"The Lone Ranger" is now out in theaters.
Speaking of on-screen duos, we talked to Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Tony Danza about their new movie "Don Jon," in theaters this Fall. Take a look.