Quiz – What Movie Should You Watch on Valentine’s Day?


Isabella McAllister, Newspaper Editor-In-Chief

  1. What are the first things that come to your head when you think of romance?

A. Love letters, and feRris wheels

B. My high school relationship lol

C. Music and love

D. Myself and a tub of ice cream


2. Do you like musicals?

A. I would rather watch something more mature. 

B. They are okay.

C. Yes! I love them!

D. Um…no.


3. What kind of gift do you expect to receive on Valentine’s Day?

A. A love letter, a nice dinner, and roses

B. A box of chocolates and a teddy bear

C. High school musical on DVD

D. Nothing but maybe something I buy for myself


4. When going out to Valentine’s Day where do you expect to go?

A. A boat ride on the lake

B. To the downtown cafe

C. Go see a movie in the theater

D. Go out with friends


5. Which quote stands out most to you?

A. “So it’s not gonna be easy. It’s going to be really hard; we’re gonna have to work at this every day, but I want to do that because I want you. I want all of you, forever, every day. You and me… every day.”

B. “Love is scary: it changes; it can go away. That’s the part of the risk. I don’t want to be scared anymore.”

C. “I’m letting life hit me until it gets tired. Then I’ll hit back. It’s a classic rope-a-dope.”

D. “The thing about being single is, you should cherish it. Because, in a week, or a lifetime, of being alone, you may only get one moment. One moment, when you’re not tied up in a relationship with anyone. A parent, a pet, a sibling, a friend. One moment, when you stand on your own. Really, truly single. And then… It’s gone.”


6. What kind of movie endings do you like in a love movie?

A. One where a person sacrifices so much in order to help the one they love.

B. One where we find love in the end despite knowing what the future holds

C. One where two people realize they cannot be together, despite wanting to be. 

D. One where we realize how being single should be cherished, and do things for ourselves.


7. What song do you like most out of these?

A. “I’ll Be Seeing You” by Billie Holiday

B. “You and I” by Twinsmith

C. “Start A Fire” by John Legend

D. “Love Myself” by Hailee Steinfeld


8. Where do you see yourself on a Friday night?

A. At the town fair

B. Watching a movie with my siblings

C. Taking a night stroll outside of a party

D. Going to a party with my friends


9. How do you see love?

A. I think everyone will find each other again if they are meant to be.

B. I think we never know what the future holds, but we have to try.

C. I do what is best for me even if it is hard and not particularly how I want things to go.

D. I think being happy on your own is better than being tied down too long.


10. When you watch a movie what genre do you tend to go for?

A. Romance, Mature

B. Teen Drama 

C. Award Winner Musical 

D. Comedy


 The Notebook- If you mostly picked A’s then you got The Notebook. It is a classic love story that never gets old. You simply love love and know that through obstacles love still stands. You are a hopeless romantic like this movie. It is a perfect love story to watch with your SO or even alone. 


To All The Boys I Loved Before- If you mostly picked B’s you got To All The Boys I Loved Before! You are most likely in your high school relationship and loving it. You know the obstacles of dating in high school. This is a cute movie that shows the struggle of being in high school, loss, and even dating. 


La La Land- If you picked mostly C’s you got La La Land! This movie is a sweet twist to the average relationship. With a musical aspect, it gives it a special pizazz. The two characters are facing the struggles of wanting to be together, but know that their jobs get in the way, and have to face distance. 


How to Be Single- If you picked mostly D’s you got How To Be Single! You understand how being single is a good thing. This is a funny, light-hearted movie that shows how being single can be fun. Despite love, sometimes being alone and being with friends is better than being tied down to a relationship.