Quiz: Which Movie Couple Are You and Your Significant Other?
Which Movie Couple Are You and Your Significant Other?
By: Kennita Leon
Image: Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation, Paramount Pictures, Lightstorm Entertainment

About This Quiz

From tear-jerking breakups and steamy lovemaking scenes, to whirlwind love affairs and crazy love triangles, some of the greatest relationships that we can think of were between fictional characters. Not only have they set the tone for other movie couples, but they have also influenced many of our relationships and the idea of what real romance should be.

For over a century, we have watched some of these couples make outlandish gestures of love, go against the wishes of their family and forsake everything they know just to be with the ones whom they love.

Was your attraction with your significant other instant like Anastasia Steele and Christian Grey from the "50 Shades of Grey" chronicles? Was it a slow burn like Tris and Four from the "Divergent" series? Perhaps it was a forbidden love like Rose DeWitt and Jack Dawson from "Titanic," or a romance that seemed to last for an eternity like Allie Hamilton and Noah Calhoun from "The Notebook." Maybe it was a complete surprise like Ennis Del Mar and Jack Twist from "Brokeback Mountain." To find out which of these great couples is most like your relationship, you should take this quiz. Get your significant other to give it a try just to see if you both get the same result!

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