Happy National Proposal Day! Each engagement story is unique , from the location to the ring to the level of creativity, but when is a proposal too little or too much of a good thing? Well, let's look to Hollywood for answers, because if anyone knows how to do a proposal, then it's the masterminds behind romantic comedies, right? Or no? I'll let you decide. I've rounded up 10 proposal ideas from flicks funny, sweet, and sentimental, so tell me: are these down-on-one-knee moments worthy of the real world, or just the "reel" world?
Source: 20th Century Fox 
Proposing With a Shoe
OK, in the first Sex and the City movie, Big didn't propose with just any old shoe, they were Manolos; but would you say yes to the shoe?
In Front of an Audience
Depending on how you feel about public proposals, you may or may not be up  for being put on the spot in front of a large audience like what Johnny Cash did to June Carter in Walk the Line.
Without a Ring
While Ben's proposal in Knocked Up is heartfelt, if you were proposed to with an empty box, would you do like Alison and turn the fella down?
On a Holiday
In The Five-Year Engagement, Tom Solomon proposes to Violet on New Year's Eve exactly a year after they met on the holiday. What do you think of a holiday engagement?
Rose petals, music, and candles, oh, my! Do you find Lars's proposal in Serendipity sweet and romantic or cliché and cheesy?
Source: Miramax 
Ring in a Fortune Cookie
This proposal moment from Bride Wars was pretty cute, but putting rings in food has disaster written all over it. What do you think?
With a Song
Would you find a mile-high musical expression of love like in The Wedding Singer sweet or a bit too much?
With an Ex's Ring
In Leap Year, Declan proposes to Anna with a family heirloom . . . the only downside? It had also been worn by his ex-fiancée. Yay or nay?
In Front of Co-Workers
When Andrew pops the question to Margaret in The Proposal at the end of the flick, he does it at their office. Is mixing your love life with work a no-no?
A Laid-Back Proposal
In Rocky II, Rocky's proposal at the Philadelphia Zoo isn't exactly poetic, but would you choose personal and sentimental over showy and elaborate?