Han Solo keeps his cool, no matter what. The only time he shows any true emotion is when the Falcon isn't working correctly. He's not angry, either. He's like a parent who just saw their child fall down the stairs and land directly on a Lego and then not get up immediately. Only true love can bring on this sort of panic.
Did you know that Jason went into space? Do you know what he brought with him? Yeah, his hockey mask, but it was basically stuck to his decomposing face. He could have dropped his machete at any point, but instead he held on to that thing like it was his baby. It basically is.
Back in 1990, they made a Ninja Turtles movie that wasn't awful. A big plot point in it was how pissed Raph was when he lost one of his sais. He was so intent on getting it back was that he revealed the existence of the turtles to the foot clan to get it back. It was worth it, because he got his sai back and now he's whole again.
When asked what to choose the shape of the destroyer, the thing that would kill all life on Earth, Ray Stantz chose marshmallows. If he thought of nothing, nothing would have happened. That's how much he loves marshmallows. With the choice of not dying or dying, he still couldn't help thinking of marshmallows. That's love.
This girl doesn't care about anything, ANYTHING, other than her video tape. Someone watches her tape and then she kills them. She doesn't even stop to ask questions or anything like, she just follows the tape. Because of love (or other reasons, I forget the explanation).
I can understand why Thor loves his hammer so much. When his hammer, named Mjolnir, is also into him, then he can fly and make tornadoes and stuff. All he has to do is not a jerk to people. That's a great relationship if you ask me.
If you watch the scene where Tom Hanks' character loses Wilson in the ocean, and you don't choke up a little bit, then you are a monster. The only people that don't cry at that are psychopaths and Tom Hanks' wife, Rita Wilson, and that's only because he's never shown her the same level of affection.