Okay, so maybe you
dopes dear people will do better with movie trivia. And, I'm sorry if you don't like trivia in general, but I'm taking off for the long weekend so this is all I have to offer you. I expect to have plenty of emails upon my return.
I tried to make this easier than the music quiz, but the basic set-up is essentially the same. The quiz is broken into three parts: quote ID, scene ID, and general trivia. The rules are also the same: (1) No Googling, Yahooing, using a lifeline, or whatever else lousy cheaters do to get the answers, and (2) Do not answer the questions in the comments section. Even if you only know one or two, you still may not e-blurt them out in the comments section, thus ruining the game for everyone else, Dale. I mean, Mathdude. Um, I mean, no one in particular. Email all answers to me via this magical link.
Okay, ready? Action! (I know, I know...that's so lame.)
Part I: Quotes - Identify the movie that belongs to each quote.
(1 pt each)
1. "Uh, Dick? Excuse me. Rich? Will milk be made available to us?"
2. "Suck my fat one, you cheap dime store hood."
3. "He's an idiot. Comes from upbringing. His parents are probably idiots too."
4. "Son, you got a panty on your head."
5. "You are the vulgarian, you fuck."
Part II: Scenes
|Identify the movie that corresponds to each still frame.|
(1 pt each)
*Click pictures to enlarge.
Part III: General Trivia
(1 pt each, unless otherwise specified)
1. In Better Off Dead, how much did Lane owe the paperboy? (Note: This is what's known as a "gimme." I will endlessly, publicly mock anyone who does not know this.)
2. According to Raymond Babbitt, which airline never had a crash?
3. Originally created as Cheech and Chong Join the Army, the script was rewritten to become this 1981 comedy. Name it.
4. In 1985, The Color Purple received 11 Oscar nominations. How many did it win?
5. Which of these actors was not considered for the role of Ferris Bueller?
|a. Johnny Depp|
b. Emilio Estevez
c. Tom Cruise
d. Michael J. Fox
e. Robert Downey, Jr.
6. What are the first names (or nicknames) of the seven main greasers in The Outsiders? (Note: It's all or nothing, kids. You have to know all seven to get the point!)
7. Which three musicians played The Three Most Important People in the World in Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure?
8. This oft-forgotten 1984 flick, which starred Chris Penn and Eric Stoltz, was considered a sequel to Fast Times at Ridgemont High. Name it. (Bonus point: Who sang the theme song?)
9. Who taught John Travolta how to do the two-step for Urban Cowboy?
10. What was Chuck's apartment number in Night Shift? (This question isn't as random as it seems. If you love this movie like I do, you'll understand.)