Valentine's Day quiz: Guess who said this mushy quote

"The Notebook" starring Rachel McAdams and Ryan Gosling is considered one of the more romantic dramas of all time.
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You may be a true romantic if you can match these mushy movie quotes with the character who said them in our Valentine's Day Quiz.

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Clockwise from left: Hugh Grant in "Love Actually," Richard Gere in "Pretty Woman" and Ryan Gosling in "The Notebook."
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Question 1 of 10 Score: 0

"Do you have anything in this shop as pretty as she is?"

"Pretty Woman," produced by Israeli filmmaker Arnon Milchan, featured actor Richard Gere playing a business executive who falls in love with a prostitute played by Julia Roberts. One of the highest-grossing films of 1990, it has since been named the #1 most popular romantic comedy of all-time.

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Clockwise from left: Robert Pattinson in "Twilight," Liam Neeson in "Love Actually" and Gerard Butler in "P.S. I Love You."
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"I know what I want, because I have it in my hands right now. You."

2007's "P.S. I Love You" starred Scottish actor Gerard Butler and American actress Hilary Swank as a married couple deeply in love. When Butler's character unexpectedly passes away, Swank must learn to live again through letters he's left behind.

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Clockwise from left: Michelle Williams in "Blue Valentine," Emma Stone in "La La Land" and Julie Delpy in "Before Sunset."
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"You can never replace anyone because everyone is made up of such beautiful specific details."

"Before Sunset," a 2004 sequel to the acclaimed "Before Sunrise," follows two characters as they spend a romantic day together in Paris. Starring American Ethan Hawke and French-American actress Julie Delpy, the film's screenplay was nominated for an Academy Award.

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Clockwise from left: Ryan Gosling in "The Notebook," Leonardo DiCaprio in "Titanic" and Tom Cruise in "Jerry Maguire."
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"I want all of you, forever, every day. You and me... everyday."

Starring American actor Ryan Gosling and Canadian actress Rachel McAdams, "The Notebook" tells the story of a young couple who fall in love, break up, and are then reunited years later. The film, which included a memorable "kiss in the rain" scene, is often ranked as one of the most romantic ever made.

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Clockwise from top left: Rachel McAdams in "The Notebook," Meg Ryan in "You've Got Mail," Nicole Kidman in "Moulin Rouge" and Kate Beckinsale in "Serendipity."
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"I wanted it to be you. I wanted it to be you so badly."

American actress Meg Ryan uttered those words at the end of "You've Got Mail," a 1998 comedy about finding love in the dawn of the digital age. The film marked the third coupling of Ryan with Tom Hanks.

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Clockwise from left: Hugh Grant in "Love Actually," Ashton Kutcher in "No Strings Attached" and Tom Cruise in "Sleepless in Seattle."
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"I'm warning you, if you take one step closer, I'm never letting you go."

In the 2011 romantic comedy "No Strings Attached," American actor Ashton Kutcher and Israeli-American actress Natalie Portman star as a couple who agree to sleep together without falling in love. As you might guess, things don't exactly go according to plan.

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Clockwise from top left: Ryan Gosling in "La La Land," Gary Oldman in "Dracula," Mark Ruffalo in "Begin Again" and Hugh Jackman in "Wolverine."
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"I have crossed oceans of time to find you."

British actor Gary Oldman starred as the king of the undead in 1992's "Bram Stoker's Dracula." In the film, Oldman's character falls desperately in love with Mina Harker, played by Winona Ryder, and tries to seduce her to join his "brides of Dracula."

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Clockwise from top left: Tom Hanks in "Sleepless in Seattle," Andrew Lincoln in "Love Actually," Brad Pitt in "Meet Joe Black" and Hugh Grant in "Knotting Hill."
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"To me, you are perfect."

2003's "Love Actually," directed by British filmmaker Richard Curtis, features an ensemble cast and intertwining stories of love. While the film received mixed reviews from critics, it's since come to be regarded as a modern-day Christmas classic.

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Clockwise from top left: Natalie Portman in "Garden State," Julie Roberts in 'Notting Hill," Keira Knightley in "Atonement" and Emma Stone in "La La Land."
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"I'm also just a girl, standing in front of a boy, asking him to love her."

The 1999 British romantic comedy "Notting Hill" tells the story of an American movie star (Julia Roberts) who falls in love with an English bookstore owner (Hugh Grant). The film won multiple awards and received three Golden Globe nominations.

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Clockwise from left: Ryan Gosling in "The Notebook," Leonardo DiCaprio in "Titanic" and Harrison Ford in "Star Wars."
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Question 10 of 10 Score: 0

"I think you just can't bear to let a gorgeous guy like me out of your sight."

The love affair between Princess Leia, played by the late Carrie Fisher, and Han Solo, played by Harrison Ford, was one of the central themes throughout the original "Star Wars" trilogy. Will there be another one in "Star Wars: The Last Jedi"?

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