Rate These Royal Movies and We'll Reveal Who Your Prince Would Be

Who would YOUR prince be? Rate these movies and we'll reveal the answer!

Everyone seems to have royal-fever right now thanks to the recent British royal wedding. Everyone is wondering what it must be like to truly live the dream; either marrying a prince or even better, being born into a life of privilege and wealth.

For most of us, the charmed life of a royal person is too far removed from our own experience to even begin to imagine. We want to know more about them and their lives, any shred of information we can get our hands on.

Movies about royalty are not only entertaining but they also give us a glimpse into the lives of those born to rule. Being a king, queen, prince, princesses is not always as charmed as we'd like to think it is. Sure you have money and power but it comes at a price; usually a lifetime in the public eye.

Today's quiz is especially for the fans of royal movies. So if you love films about women finding their princes or sovereign power struggles, have fun rating these movies, and at the end, we'll reveal who your prince would be!

Question 1

Rate this movie: The Princess Diaries

If you're a fan of romantic comedies (and royalty) then we are sure we've seen this movie at least once! In this 2001 movie, Anne Hathaway plays the role of Mia, a teenager who suddenly discovers that she is a real-life princess.

Question 2

Rate this movie: Tangled

In this Disney animated version of the classic story of Rapunzel, a princess with long magical hair is locked away in a tower. Eventually growing restless she asks a prince to help her escape. How would you rate the 2010 film Tangled?

Question 3

Rate this movie: Black Panther

In Black Panther, T'Challa (played by Chadwick Boseman) returns to his home following the death of his father. He takes his place as the rightful king but it isn't long before a powerful enemy appears and forces him to defend his kingdom and the world.

Question 4

Rate this movie: Shrek

When his home is invaded by irritating fairy tale characters Shrek (voiced by Mike Myers) has no choice but to cut a deal with Lord Larquaard and agree to rescue Princess Fiona in order to save their home, and his own. How would you rate this movie?

Question 5

Rate this movie: Ever After

The 1998 film Ever After is an adaption of the classic story of Cinderella, with Drew Barrymore playing the lead role of Danielle, a young woman forced to care for her cruel step-mother and sisters. That is of course until she meets a mysterious prince...

Question 6

Rate this movie: The Prince & Me

In The Prince & Me, Julie Stiles plays the role of a premed student who develops a crush on a wealthy exchange student only to discover that his parents are the king and queen of Denmark. How would you rate this royal movie?

Question 7

Rate this movie: Elizabeth

In this 1998 historical drama, Cate Blanchett plays the role of Elizabeth Tudor. She becomes queen at a difficult time during England's history and must make hard decisions to ensure the longevity of her country. How would you rate this factual movie?

Question 8

Rate this movie: Thor

Thor (Chris Hemsworth) is the son of Odin, considered the king of the Norse gods. He is set to inherit the throne but on the day of his ascension he overreacts to a situation and is banished to Earth for his anger.

Question 9

Rate this movie: The Lion King

This classic Disney adventure follows the story of Simba; a young lion set in inherit his father's throne. But his uncle, Scar, has nefarious plans and kills Simba's father. Once he reaches adulthood Simba must return and take back his homeland.

Question 10

Rate this movie: Into the Woods

In order to reverse a curse which left them childless a couple venture into the woods to find a white cow, yellow hair, a red cape and a gold slipper. During their travels, they meet Cinderella, Little Red Riding Hood, Rapunzel and Jack, also looking to fulfill their wishes.

Question 11

Rate this movie: Maleficent

As an act of revenge, Maleficent, an evil fairy, curses King Stefan's infant daughter, prophesizing that she will prick her finger on a spinning wheel and fall into a deep sleep on her 16th birthday. But as time goes on she regrets her decision and tries to reverse the curse.

Question 12

Rate this movie: Marie Antoinette

In this 2006 romantic drama, Kirsten Dunst plays the role of an Austrian teenager who marries a French prince. Following the death of King Louis XV, she becomes the queen. The film is based on the real-life story of Queen Marie Antoinette during the years leading up to the French Revolution.

Question 13

Rate this movie: King Arthur: Legend of the Sword

In this 2017 Guy Ritchie film, Charlie Hunnam plays the role of Arthur, a young man robbed of his royal birthright by his power-crazed uncle. But once he pulls the Excalibur sword from a stone Arthur takes control of his destiny.

Question 14

Rate this movie: The Man in the Iron Mask

In this 1998 movie, Leonardo DiCaprio plays the dual role of tyrannical King Louis XIV and his ill-fated twin brother. The King imprisons his brother fearing he will take the throne. What rating does this movie deserve?

Question 15

Rate this movie: The Queen

Helen Mirren plays the role of Queen Elizabeth II in this 2006 British fictional drama. The film follows the response of the Royal Family to the death of Princess Diana in 1997. Mirren won the Academy Award for Best Actress for her role as the royal matriarch in this movie.

Question 16

Rate this movie: Beauty and the Beast

In this re-telling of the classic story of Beauty and the Beast, Emma Watson takes on the role of Belle, with Dan Stevens (who you'll remember from Downton Abby) playing the role of the Beast. How would you rate this 2017 film?

Question 17

Rate this movie: Shrek 2

In Shrek 2 Fiona and Shrek travel to Far Far Away to visit her parents. The problem is that her parents are unaware of her curse and the fact that she married a huge green ogre. Laughs ensue of course! Does it deserve a five-star rating?

Question 18

Rate this movie: Braveheart

Mel Gibson produced, directed, and starred as Scottish warrior William Wallace in the epic drama film Braveheart. His work won him the Academy Award for Best Picture as well as the Golden Globe Award and Academy Award for Best Director. What rating does this historical drama deserve?

Question 19

Rate this movie: The Young Victoria

In this 2009 docudrama, Emily Blunt plays the role of England's heir to the throne, young Victoria. The movie is based on the early life and reign of Queen Victoria and the love of her life, Prince Albert. Have you seen this one yet? How would you rate it?

Question 20

Rate this movie: The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement

In this 2004 rom-com, Anne Hathaway returns as a new princess who has just graduated from Princeton and now needs to find a husband in order to get her royal title. This sequel didn't fare nearly as well at the box office as the first movie so how many stars do you think it deserves?

Question 21

Rate this movie: Thor: Ragnarok

Trapped in a prison on an isolated planet Thor has to race against the clock to stop cruel villainess Hela from destroying his homeworld of Asgard. Was this your favorite Thor movie yet? Does it deserve 5 stars?

Question 22

Rate this movie: Brave

Pixar's 2012 film Brave tells the story of Merida, an impulsive but spirited Scottish princess who doesn't want to follow in her parent's footsteps. But when her actions lead to chaos in the kingdom it's up to her to put things right.

Question 23

Rate this movie: The King's Speech

The King's Speech tells the story of England's Prince Albert and his struggles to overcome his speech impediment in order to be able to address his country with confidence. This film, which featured Colin Firth, Helena Bonham Carter, and Geoffrey Rush won seven British Academy Film Awards.

Question 24

Rate this movie: The Other Boleyn Girl

If you love movies full of royal intrigue and back-stabbing The Other Boleyn Girl won't disappoint. In this 2008 flick, Natalie Portman and Scarlett Johansson star as two sisters competing for the love of the heirless King Henry VIII.

Question 25

Rate this movie: Exodus: Gods and Kings

In Ridley Scott's 2014 biblical epic Exodus: Gods and Kings Egyptian Prince Ramses (Joel Edgerton) and Moses (Christian Bale) and are raised from birth as brothers. Moses learns of his true heritage and receives a mission from God: to free the Israelites from slavery.

Question 26

Rate this movie: Cinderella

In this 2015 re-telling of the classic story of Cinderella, Lily James plays the title role of a young girl forced to be a maid by her cruel step-mother, until she meets a mysterious man at a ball. How would you rate this movie?

Question 27

Rate this movie: Snow White and the Huntsman

In this movie, Queen Ravenna (played by Charlize Theron) is obsessed with longevity and in order to achieve immortality, she must consume the heart of her step-daughter. But when she escapes the Queen has to send her huntsman to bring her back.

Question 28

Rate this movie: Robin Hood: Men in Tights

You know what type of movies they don't make enough of anymore? Musical parodies like Robin Hood: Men in Tights! Yes, it might have been goofy but it was so much fun too. Have you seen this movie? What rating do you think it deserves?

Question 29

Rate this movie: Thor: The Dark World

In the 2013 Thor: The Dark World astrophysicist Dr. Jane Foster finds a portal which transports her to another world where she becomes infected with an ancient weapon known as the Aether. Thor is sent to find her and bring her back to Asgard before the Dark Elves can use her to destroy the world.

Question 30

Rate this movie: The Huntsman: Winter's War

In this movie evil Queen Ravenna (once again played by Charlize Theron) betrays her sister Freya (Emily Blunt) who retreats and begins to build an army to rise up against her treacherous sibling. How would you rate this movie? Does it deserve 5 stars?

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