Movie buffs challenged to name the romcoms in these iconic scenes – so how many can you get?

CONSIDER yourself a movie buff? Perhaps you're a hopeless romantic? If so, why not try your hand at guessing these iconic rom-com scenes.

But you'll have to be quite the aficionado to pick the film based on the image alone – so how long will it take you?

A study from luxury UK jewellery retailer Goldsmiths looked at the UK’s perception of romance in their own lives, as well as the films they favour when they’re looking for a little bit of love.

But while there is clearly plenty of romance on-screen, it seems 50% of Brits surveyed admitted to wanting more love and romance in their own lives.

Paying homage to some of the most romantic films that have graced our screens over the years, the experts have created a series of puzzles showing engagement scenes in five iconic films – but will you score full marks?

We've provided a clue to help you out, and answers are below.

UK’s Top 10 Go-to Romantic Films

  1. Titanic (1997)
  2. Love Actually (2003)
  3. Pretty Woman (1990)
  4. Dirty Dancing (1987)
  5. Notting Hill (1999)
  6. The Notebook (2004)
  7. Four Weddings and a Funeral (1994)
  8. Casablanca (1942)
  9. A Star is Born (2018)
  10. Love Story (1970)

1.

Clue: We never thought this New York fashionista would ever make it down the aisle

2.

Clue: Will she, or won’t she?

3.

Clue: This group of friends certainly have their diaries full

4.

Clue: This couple won’t have any problem finding their wedding entertainment

5.

Clue: She’s a small-town girl making it big in the Big Apple – she just needs to tie up a few loose ends first

Answers

  1. Sex and the City
  2. Runaway Bride
  3. Four Weddings and a Funeral
  4. The Wedding Singer
  5. Sweet Home Alabama

Fancy another challenge? Can you spot the hidden ghosts in this puzzle?

And can you identify all of these fast food items in this tricky quiz?

Plus can YOU find the loo roll hidden in this brainteaser as UK lockdown restrictions tighten.

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