85% of people identify the movie title from its onscreen kissing scene! Can you?

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People remember exciting movie kisses almost as much as they remember their own first kiss. Passionate kisses are one of the prized treasures of Hollywood. Do you think you can name a movie by its kissing scene? Take this quiz and find out!

"Titanic" is the highest-grossing movies of all time and the classic love story that will surely make you cry. The kiss scene, where Jack (Leonardo DiCaprio) sweeps Rose (Kate Winslet) off her feet, is stunning.

"Never Been Kissed" might be the weirdest romantic comedy of all time. It's a story of Josie Geller (Drew Barrymore), who is the "youngest editor at the Chicago Sun-Times" and Sam Coulson (Michael Vartan), a super-hot high-school English teacher. She only wants to kiss "the person you're supposed to kiss for the rest of your life," while he has problems with dating girls younger than him.

Sarah Michelle Gellar and Selma Blair’s kiss in "Cruel Intentions" can be instantly recalled by generations of men. And when Cecile breathlessly exhales, “That was cool,” movie fans couldn’t have agreed more.

If you are a huge fan of classic love stories, you'll never forget the moment when Rhett grabs Scarlett and overpowers her with his strength and passion to give her a passionate, assertive kiss.

After losing Sam (Patrick Swayze) in a tragic murder, Molly (Demi Moore) kisses him as a ghost. This is probably the most emotional scene in the movie.

When Baby (Jennifer Grey) and Johnny (Patrick Swayze) joke around after their afternoon session, they eventually start to crawl toward each other for a steamy, passionate kiss.

Pride and Prejudice (2005) is another version of Jane Austen’s classic romance. Even though it can't quite top the BBC version, we will never forget it because of the controversial kiss between Keira Knightley and Matthew Macfadyen.

As Cameron Crowe, the director of the movie, told journalists, this movie is “a love story for people who don’t say I love you.” And, of course, everyone can easily recognize "Say Anything" just by one iconic scene - the one where Lloyd Dobler (John Cusack) holds a boombox over his head with the song, “In Your Eyes,” in an attempt to win his girlfriend back.

The "Spider-Man" movie is not really a love story, but this kiss scene is nearly perfect. You can even find the Spider-Man kiss in the dictionary nowadays - it's an exceptional kiss in which one person kisses the other in an upside down position.

Did you know that those sweet "how we met" interludes throughout the whole movie are actually real love stories? This is not the only reason we love this classic love story, but it's definitely one of them.

This film, that has now become a beloved holiday classic, received mixed reviews when it was released in 2003. Some critics even called it the worst Christmas movie ever.

From Here to Eternity (1953) is a powerful, realistic story of the lives of American military men before WWII. In one of the most iconic movie kisses ever, Deborah Kerr and Burt Lancaster set the standard for the perfect, beach-set makeout.

Back then, nobody really knew that playing husband and wife in a movie called "Mr. and Mrs. Smith" would lead to the epic real-life marriage of Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie. However, the movie is filled with little moments where you can tell Pitt and Jolie are really falling for each other. Their hot kissing scene is definitely one of them.

Remember that moment in the first movie when Bella (Kristen Stewart) and Edward (Robert Pattinson) decide that kissing is worth the risk? Even if you didn't really like the movie, that kissing scene was nearly perfect.

You can't miss with a movie that is so full of love and passion. Remember that stunning scene when Shakespeare (Joseph Fiennes) goes in for the kiss with Viola (Gwyneth Paltrow)?

Few movies are as quotable as "The Princess Bride." Released in 1987, it's a fairy-tale adventure about a beautiful princess and the brave hero who rescues her from an evil villain.

A classic blend of comedy, drama, and romance full of real friendship, baseball, and, of course, love. Crash Davis (Kevin Costner) is a promising Minor Leaguer assigned to the Durham Bulls, a sports team with a long tradition of mediocrity. Probably the best sports comedy ever made.

It's a beloved classic, based on the book of the same name. The best part is when Paul (George Peppard) brings Holly Golightly (Audrey Hepburn) into a kissing embrace as the rain comes down.

Casablanca (1942) is the classic and much-loved romantic melodrama you can always find on top-ten lists of films. A half century later, this black-and-white movie is still a romantic, soul-satisfying experience.

This classic movie also inspired a modern musical that got mixed reviews, but it is still worth your attention. Besides the beautiful love story, there are plenty of stunning songs that make watching "The Bodyguard" a heart-warming experience.

When Philip Van Doren Stern couldn't sell his short story to a publishers, he gave the gift of words to his closest friends for the holidays. He decided to print up 200 copies of the story and send them out as a 21-page Christmas card. When David Hempstead, a producer at RKO Pictures, saw the story, he immediately purchased the movie rights for $10,000. At that time, nobody really knew that it was going to be a famous classic movie.

The movie that provided its director, Mike Nichols, his first and only Oscar, "The Graduate" is a complicated love story. A young college graduate who still lives with his parents is seduced by Mrs. Robinson, a bored housewife and friend of his parents. He finds himself torn between his older lover and her young attractive daughter.

This movie is "like a box of chocolates . . . you never know what you're gonna get." "Forrest Gump" got the Oscar for the Best Picture and tells the story of goodhearted but slow Forrest Gump, a man who manages to be involved with almost every major event in history during the end of the 20th century.

A lightweight romance that will certainly appeal to teens and couples, "Serendipity" is a sweet, heart-warming love story. It actually takes its title from two sources - the other one is the name of a real-life Manhattan dessert shop.

"Sweet Home Alabama" is a charming, sweet fairy tale that uses the old Holywood myth that Hollywood preaches but does not really believe - that small towns are preferable to big cities.

Starring Jennifer Lopez, Ralph Fiennes, and Natasha Richardson, this romantic comedy-drama film is perfect for watching on a quiet Saturday night. Light and funny, it will make you cry, laugh, and ask "so what's next?"

Generally speaking, "Under the Tuscan Sun" is a sweet little tale, calling viewers to never give up. At the center of the story are an old, crumbling Italian villa and a naive belief that escaping your life and traveling to another country can change everything.

One trip to Paris, France, transforms the lives of all members of the family, including a young couple. Even though the relationship between Gil (Owen Wilson) and his fiancée Inez (Rachel McAdams) did not work out, that dreamy kiss in the movie was just perfect.

"The Lake House" tells the story of a romance between a woman (Sandra Bullock) who lives in a glass house near the lake and her next tenant (Keanu Reeves), who accidentally finds a note from her. It also involves time traveling, with its logical flaws and contradictory time lines, and only a few kisses, which is weird considering that this love story spans years.

This movie is about a woman named Mary who is beautiful, sunny, good and pure, but somehow inspires only creeps to fall in love with her. There's ... just something about her. Maybe you'll find out what, exactly, after watching this hilarious movie.

This little film vowed the audience in 2008. It tells the story of Jamal Malik, an orphan from the slums of Mumbai, who is about to experience the biggest day of his life. we see him when he is just one question away from winning the main prize on India's "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?" This film was praised for its plot and music, but we also admire the moment when Jamal and Latika passionately kissed each other on the platform at the railway station.

This light seasonal and sweet movie also offers a few precious surprises, unexpected plot twists, and, of course, great actors such as Cameron Diaz, Jude Law, and Kate Winslet.

"Lady And The Tramp" is one of Walt Disney's very best animated movies. This beautiful story follows the relationship that develops between two dogs - a pampered cocker spaniel and a mongrel from the wrong side of the tracks.

The original title of "It Could Happen to You" was "Cop Tips Waitress $2M," which sums things up pretty nicely. A cop named Charlie (Nicolas Cage), who orders coffee in a greasy cafe, doesn't have enough money for a tip. So he tells the waitress, named Yvonne (Bridget Fonda), that he'll give her half of the winnings if the lottery ticket in his billfold is a winner. The next day, he wins $4 million, and here is where this whole story begins.

This movie tells the enchanting tale of a fallen star who crashes into a magical kingdom and turns out to be no ordinary meteorite, but a beautiful girl. A boy vows to bring this fallen star to a girl he loves, named Victoria. This story also involves three witches, Captain Shakespeare (a pirate and a transvestite), a dying king, a lot of magic and a beautiful kiss at the end.

There’s a good reason why "You've Got Mail" has become a classic romantic comedy: few screen couples have shared the successful chemistry of Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan. This beautiful love story began with an intense and anonymous internet romance and became real after Joe says, "Don't cry, shopgirl, don't cry."

The most thought-provoking movie with an unforgettable atmosphere, "The Empire Strikes Back'' is considered to be the best of the original three "Star Wars" films by a majority of film critics. After the space opera cheerfulness of the first film, this one is full of darkness and even despair.

On a journey through space to a new home, two passengers are awakened 90 years too early when their ship malfunctions. Just when Jim and Aurora begin to fall in love with each other, they discover that their ship is in danger and only they can save the lives of 5,000 sleeping passengers on board.

It's a story of mill worker Noah Calhoun (Ryan Gosling) and rich girl Allie (Rachel McAdams) who are desperately in love. Even though the two share a lot of kisses during this romantic movie, nothing can beat the iconic post-canoe, pouring-rain moment.

When Paul (Tate Donovan), a shy biochemist, and Diane (Sandra Bullock), an animal psychologist who is also very shy, agree to test a love potion that works on chimpanzees, they have no intention of doing it together. But eventually they find themselves in possession of a love potion and, of course, they fall in love with each other.

A now-classic romantic comedy, "Moonstruck" won Oscars for Cher, Olympia Dukakis, and screenwriter John Patrick Shanley. During the unusual moonlit night in Brooklyn a lot of weird things happen,but at the heart of the story is the realization of Cher - who plays an Italian-American widow in her late 30s - that she is still capable of love.

"The Cutting Edge" stars Moira Kelly as a gifted but rich and spoiled prima donna and D. B. Sweeney as a tough hockey player who had an eye injury. They pair for Olympic figure skating and here is when they start to fall in love with each other...

The millennials don't really understand this 1984 classic, calling it offensive, racist and sexist. Anyway, "Sixteen Candles" was and still is a 1984 classic beloved by an entire generation of teenagers.

In the tradition of "Clueless," "Sixteen Candles" and "The Breakfast Club" comes another classic comedy for teens released in 1999. This movie seems to be quite simple and predictable, but at the same time it explores how young people can be paralyzed by peer pressure, parental expectations, the world's problems and having to grow up too fast in the modern world.

The plot of this romantic film is quite simple: Michael and Julianne dated each other in a college and when they broke up, they became best friends with one condition - if they were still single at 28, they'd marry each other. Now, when they're almost 28, Michael calls Julianne but not to propose. He's calling to explain he's engaged to be married in three days, and Julianne realizes that she always loves this guy.

"Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade" is a famous action-adventure film, directed by Steven Spielberg. The third installment of the widely beloved saga begins with an introduction to a younger Indy, who kind of explains the roots of his taste for adventure, his fear of snakes and his determination to find historical artifacts and bring them into the museums to which they belong.

"Brokeback Mountain" is a 2005 American romantic drama film. However, it was never going to be your average screen romance. It's a tale of two men falling in love in 1960s Wyoming, full of passion, real feelings, lies and struggles.

A modern drama and comedy that touches places most comedies wouldn't dare, "Knocked Up" is the story of a young, promising journalist, Alison Scott (Katherine Heigl) and an irresponsible slacker, Ben Stone (Seth Rogen).

"Prelude to a Kiss" opens with love at first sight, but then suddenly everything changes. Even though most critics agree that this movie could probably do more with its story, what it does is still gentle and moving.

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