32 Romantic Movie Trivia Questions

Romantic movies have been capturing our hearts and imaginations for decades, from classic love stories to modern romantic comedies. 

Whether you’re a hopeless romantic or just enjoy a good love story, test your knowledge with these romantic movie trivia questions. 

Get ready to dive into the world of on-screen romance and see how well you know your favorite romantic films!

Romantic Movie Trivia Questions

  1. “The Notebook” (2004): What is the name of the summer house where Noah and Allie spend a romantic summer in Nicholas Sparks’ “The Notebook,” and in what state is it located?

  2. “Pride and Prejudice” (2005): In the 2005 film adaptation of Jane Austen’s “Pride and Prejudice,” who plays Mr. Darcy, and what is the first line he speaks in the movie?

  3. “La La Land” (2016): What jazz song does Ryan Gosling’s character, Sebastian, play in the restaurant scene that leads to his firing, sparking the beginning of his romance with Mia?

  4. “Titanic” (1997): In “Titanic,” what is the name of the priceless necklace worn by Kate Winslet’s character, Rose, and who was the real historical figure it was associated with?

  5. “Before Sunrise” (1995): In “Before Sunrise,” what European city do Jesse and Celine spend the night walking around and falling in love?

  6. “Notting Hill” (1999): In “Notting Hill,” what is the name of the book William Thacker, played by Hugh Grant, accidentally damages at his bookshop, leading to his first encounter with Anna Scott?

  7. “Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind” (2004): What unique procedure do Joel and Clementine undergo in “Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind,” and what is the name of the doctor who performs it?

  8. “Pretty Woman” (1990): In “Pretty Woman,” what is the name of the opera that Edward Lewis takes Vivian to, and what city is it set in?

  9. “Amélie” (2001): In “Amélie,” what is the profession of Nino Quincampoix, the man Amélie falls in love with, and what unique hobby of his brings them together?

  10. “10 Things I Hate About You” (1999): What Shakespearean play is “10 Things I Hate About You” based on, and what are the names of the two main characters in this play?

  11. “The Shape of Water” (2017): In “The Shape of Water,” what is the unique characteristic of the creature that Elisa, the main character, falls in love with?

  12. Ghost” (1990): In “Ghost,” what is the name of the Righteous Brothers song that plays during the iconic pottery scene with Sam and Molly?

  13. “Casablanca” (1942): In “Casablanca,” what is the name of the nightclub owned by Humphrey Bogart’s character, Rick Blaine?

  14. “When Harry Met Sally” (1989): In which famous New York City location does the iconic scene where Sally proves to Harry that women can fake orgasms take place?

  15. “Bridget Jones’s Diary” (2001): What is the profession of Bridget Jones, and what are the names of the two main male characters vying for her affection?

  16. “An Affair to Remember” (1957): In “An Affair to Remember,” where are the main characters, Nickie and Terry, supposed to meet six months after their shipboard romance?

  17. “500 Days of Summer” (2009): What is the name of the park where Tom and Summer often meet, and what significant event happens there on Day 488?

  18. “A Walk to Remember” (2002): What is the main character Jamie Sullivan’s father’s occupation, and how does it influence her character in the movie?

  19. “The Fault in Our Stars” (2014): What is the name of the book that both Hazel and Augustus are obsessed with in “The Fault in Our Stars,” and who is its author?

  20. “Crazy Rich Asians” (2018): What game do Nick and Rachel play during the climactic scene in “Crazy Rich Asians,” and what is the significance of Rachel’s final move?

  21. “The Princess Bride” (1987): In “The Princess Bride,” what is the name of the fictional country where Buttercup comes from, and who is her abductor?

  22. “Silver Linings Playbook” (2012): What dance competition do Pat and Tiffany enter in “Silver Linings Playbook,” and what is the unusual bet tied to their performance?

  23. “Love Actually” (2003): Which character in “Love Actually” travels to Wisconsin, and what is the reason for his trip?

  24. “The Time Traveler’s Wife” (2009): What is the genetic disorder called that causes Henry to time travel in “The Time Traveler’s Wife”?

  25. “Sleepless in Seattle” (1993): In “Sleepless in Seattle,” which classic romantic movie do Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan’s characters agree to meet at the top of the Empire State Building, mirroring its plot?

  26. “The Big Sick” (2017): What is the unique cultural background of Kumail Nanjiani’s character in “The Big Sick,” and how does it create a conflict in his relationship with Emily?

  27. “The Notebook” (2004): What unique condition does Allie suffer from in “The Notebook,” and how does Noah try to help her remember their past?

  28. “Call Me By Your Name” (2017): In “Call Me By Your Name,” what fruit does Elio use in an intimate moment, symbolizing his burgeoning sexuality and feelings for Oliver?

  29. “Moulin Rouge!” (2001): What is the name of the song that Christian sings to Satine at the end of “Moulin Rouge!” to express his love for her?

  30. “The Proposal” (2009): What is the profession of Sandra Bullock’s character, Margaret Tate, in “The Proposal,” and what country is she originally from?

  31. “West Side Story” (1961): What are the names of the two rival gangs in “West Side Story,” and how does their feud affect the main characters’ relationship?

  32. “Her” (2013): In “Her,” what is the profession of Theodore Twombly, played by Joaquin Phoenix, and what is the unique nature of his romantic interest?

Answers

  1. The summer house is called the Seabrook House, and it is located in South Carolina.

  2. Mr. Darcy is played by Matthew Macfadyen. His first line in the movie is, “She is tolerable, but not handsome enough to tempt me.”

  3. Sebastian plays “A Lovely Night,” leading to his firing. This is also the song where he has his first dance with Mia.

  4. The necklace is called “The Heart of the Ocean.” It is fictional but is said to be inspired by the real Hope Diamond.

  5. Jesse and Celine spend their night in Vienna, Austria.

  6. The book is a travel guide titled “Istanbul: A Traveller’s Companion.” Anna Scott spills orange juice on it.

  7. Joel and Clementine undergo a memory-erasing procedure. The doctor’s name is Dr. Howard Mierzwiak.

  8. Edward takes Vivian to see “La Traviata,” an opera set in Paris.

  9. Nino Quincampoix works in a sex shop and is a collector of discarded photo booth pictures. His hobby of collecting these photos is what leads Amélie to him.

  10. The movie is based on Shakespeare’s “The Taming of the Shrew.” The main characters in the play are Katharina (Katarina in the movie) and Petruchio (Patrick in the movie).

  11. The creature is an amphibious humanoid, often referred to as “The Asset” or “Amphibian Man.”

  12. The song is “Unchained Melody.”

  13. The nightclub is called “Rick’s Café Américain.”

  14. This scene takes place at Katz’s Delicatessen, a famous deli in New York City.

  15. Bridget Jones works in a publishing house. The two men are Mark Darcy and Daniel Cleaver.

  16. They agree to meet at the top of the Empire State Building in New York City.

  17. The park is called Angelus Plaza. On Day 488, Tom returns to the park and finally gains closure with Summer.

  18. Jamie’s father is a minister, which greatly influences her devout Christian faith and values throughout the movie.

  19. The book is called “An Imperial Affliction” by Peter Van Houten.

  20. They play Mahjong. Rachel’s final move symbolizes her decision to let Nick go for the sake of his family, proving her understanding of sacrifice and family values.

  21. Buttercup is from the fictional country of Florin. She is abducted by Vizzini, a Sicilian criminal mastermind.

  22. They enter a local dance competition. The bet, made by Pat’s father, is that they will score at least a 5 out of 10, which is tied to a larger bet on a football game.

  23. The character Colin Frissell travels to Wisconsin to find American women who will find his British accent irresistible.

  24. The genetic disorder is called Chrono-Impairment.

  25. They agree to meet at the top of the Empire State Building, mirroring the plot of the classic movie “An Affair to Remember.”

  26. Kumail is of Pakistani descent, and his family expects him to have an arranged marriage, which creates a conflict with his relationship with Emily, who is American.

  27. Allie suffers from Alzheimer’s disease. Noah reads their old love story from a notebook to help her remember their past.

  28. Elio uses a peach in a significant scene, representing his complex emotions and connection with Oliver.

  29. Christian sings “Come What May” to Satine.

  30. Margaret Tate is a book editor, and she is originally from Canada.

  31. The two gangs are the Jets and the Sharks. Their feud creates a tragic barrier for the relationship between the main characters, Tony and Maria.

  32. Theodore Twombly is a professional letter writer. His romantic interest is an AI-operated operating system named Samantha.

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