Nova Trivia Quiz
TIME TO TEST YOUR MOVIE KNOWLEDGE
1. Which movie features an iconic dance scene between Uma Thurman and John Travolta?
2. The hero in Starship Troopers, Johnny Rico, hails from which city?
3. Julianne Moore, Robert Pattinson, John Cusack and Mia Wasikowska all star in what David Cronenberg film?
4. What is the highest-grossing box office film of all time?
5. In the beginning of 1996 film Twister, what category was the twister that robbed Jo (Helen Hunt) of her father and the door he was holding?
6. Who has won the most Oscars for acting in the history of the Academy Awards?
7. Who is Alan Smithee?
8. In The Hateful Eight, Major Marquis Warren (Samuel L. Jackson) boasts about being written a personal letter by which US President?
9. In the Home Alone franchise, the title ‘Home Alone’ is always written in all capitals except for one letter… which letter is it?
10. Pongo, Perdita, Roger Radcliffe, Anita Radcliffe and Lucky are all characters in which 1961 film?
11. "The key to faking out the parents is the clammy hands." - which movie is this quote from?
12. What is the name of Wes Anderson’s upcoming comedy-drama about the staff of a European publication who decide to publish a memorial edition of the three best stories of the last decade?
13. In Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind what colour is Clementine’s hair the first time her and Joel meet?
14. Who played young Indiana jones in Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade?
15. Can you name Edgar Wright’s five theatrically released feature films?
16. Who played Elvis in True Romance, after originally trying to get the starring part?
17. In the 1927 film Metropolis, how many extras did they use: 10,000, 21,000, or 37,000?
18. In Ever After (1998), who plays the stepmother to Drew Barrymore's character Danielle?
19. What is the name of Tom Hanks’ directorial debut which charts the rise and fall of a one-hit-wonder band in the 1960s?
20. Name the film which boasts the famous line: “You can’t handle the truth!”
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1. Pulp Fiction. 2. Buenos Aires. 3. Maps To The Stars. 4. Avengers: Endgame. 5. Category 5. 6. Katharine Hepburn, she has won 4. 7. A pseudonym used by film directors who wish to disown a project. 8. Abraham Lincoln. 9. The 'e' in alone. 10. 101 Dalmatians. 11. Ferris Bueller's Day Off. 12. The French Dispatch. 13. Green. 14. River Phoenix. 15. Shaun Of The Dead, Hot Fuzz, The World's End, Scott Pilgrim vs. The World, Baby Driver. 16. Val Kilmer. 17. 37,000. 18. Anjelica Huston. 19. That Thing You Do! 20. A Few Good Men.
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