The '80s were the heyday of the cheesy romantic comedy. This quiz will test your mastery of the romances and wacky hijinks of the best '80s rom-coms.
Working girl Tess (Griffith) falls for executive Jack (Ford) in the 1988 rom-com.
Sarandon and Costner play baseball groupie Annie and minor league catcher Crash in 1988's "Bull Durham."
Widow Loretta (Cher) has an affair with her boyfriend's brother, Ronny (Cage), in 1987's "Moonstruck."
Wright plays Princess Buttercup and Elwes is her true love, Westley, in "The Princess Bride."
Martin and Hannah star in "Roxanne," a 1988 "Cyrano de Bergerac" update.
In "Baby Boom," Keaton is a high-powered executive who inherits a baby, and Shepard is the veterinarian she falls for.
In the workplace rom-com "The Secret of My Success," Brantley (Fox) falls for Christy (Slater).
In "Legal Eagles," Winger and Redford fall in love while trying a case.
Downey is Shepherd's reborn husband (long story) in "Chances Are."
Artist McCarthy creates mannequin Emmy (Cattrall), and of course she comes to life.
Hilarity ensues when workaholic Walter (Willis) brings Nadia (Basinger) to a work function in "Blind Date."
Rich-boy Blane (Andrew McCarthy) and working-class teen Andie (Molly Ringwald) fall in love in "Pretty in Pink."
Lloyd Dobler (John Cusack) finally wins over his high school crush Diane (Ione Skye) in "Say Anything ..."
Josh Baskin (Tom Hanks) suddenly becomes "Big" and dates Susan (Elizabeth Perkins) in the 1988 film.
Lowly sophomore Sam (Molly Ringwald) lands hot senior Jake (Michael Schoeffling) in "Sixteen Candles."
Tom Hanks is Allen and Daryl Hannah is his mermaid love, Madison, in "Splash."
Heiress Joanna (Goldie Hawn) gets amnesia and single dad Dean (Kurt Russell) convinces her that she's his wife in "Overboard."
Harry and Sally's New Year's Eve kiss was a really long time coming.
John Cusack and Diane Franklin are the boy and girl in question in 1985's "Better Off Dead."
Of course Ronald (Patrick Dempsey) and Cindy (Amanda Peterson) end up together, even after a rocky beginning.
"About Last Night …" follows a couple (and their friends) from a one-night stand through a year of a relationship.
Arthur (Dudley Moore) and Linda (Liza Minnelli) meet cute in 1981's "Arthur."
And despite it all, boy (John Cusack) and girl (Daphne Zuniga) end up together.
Eddie Murphy is Prince Akeem in "Coming to America."
Rosanna Arquette is bored housewife Roberta, and Madonna plays free spirit Susan in "Desperately Seeking Susan."
Michael Douglas and Kathleen Turner star in 1984's "Romancing the Stone."
In "Hannah and Her Sisters," Hannah's husband falls in love with her sister Lee, and Hannah's ex-husband marries her sister Holly.
Dudley Moore is Rob, and Amy Irving and Ann Reinking are his two pregnant wives in "Micki & Maude."
Friends Stacy (Lea Thompson) and Melissa (Victoria Jackson) cruise for dudes in "Casual Sex?"
Richard (Burt Reynolds) and Paula (Goldie Hawn) are happy life and work partners, but things go downhill when they get married.