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After all the snow-shoveling many of us have been doing lately, I figured we could do with a bit of fun, so I’m hosting another movie quiz.

Just like the last time, I’m going to give you the answers before you even start. All you have to do is match those answers to the corresponding clues, but be warned, you’ll have to think literally, laterally (and perhaps even squint a bit) to stand a chance of scoring 100%. 

Here’s an example of how to match the clue to the movie title.
 
CLUE: Our planet is not a French egg.

ANSWER: The World is Not Enough

What sick, twisted logic brings us to that conclusion?

Well, I’m glad you asked. The French for ‘an egg’ is ‘un oeuf’ which gives you: ‘Our planet is not un oeuf.’ From there, you change ‘Our planet’ to ‘The World’ and Bob’s your uncle, you’ve found the matching movie title. 

I've set out the clues in the form of a poll. The correct answer to each clue matches one of the movie titles listed beneath the poll - I’ve muddied the waters a little by throwing in a few superfluous titles. All you have to do is match the clues to their corresponding movies by putting the titles in the relevant text boxes.

Please note: Once you click on the ‘Submit poll’ button, you won’t be able to go back and change/add any answers. 

You'll need an LJ account to take part,
but they're free).



Poll #1674160 Each clue refers to one of the thirty movies listed below. Copy and paste your answer into each text box
This poll is closed.

1: They break your spirits.

2: One wind-up fruit, of a color that’s hard to rhyme with.

3: A taxi’s cheer.

4: Zee unschooled Londoner might think this is French for “horse.”

5: You’d get this if Sir Lancelot went to see the Phantom.

6: Rise up against ‘the man’ for no particular reason.

7: Stay hidden and get sewing.

8: Not a lot of people know that Maurice Micklewhite led this revolt.

9: What you would call the fear of Atilla and two of his pals.

10: Unusual lobes on the sides of the locomotive.

11: The woman who marries the one they call ‘The doctor’ would be known as this.

12: In London they tell you smoking’s bad for your [ _____ ].

13: What Abraham Lincoln would be, if he started on a new book today.

14: At the time of posting, we’d be talking about this coming Monday.

15: When looking for Tolkein’s ‘Ranger from the north’ on Yahoo, bad spellers often find this instead.

16: Parents hope their kids do this at college.

17: A hirsute golf club, together with the smell from the burning bird.

18: The people who marked the calendar before anybody knew about it.

19: Echoing birds from Jamaica, as far from the earth’s beginning as they can get.

20: ‘Which person put this jolly bunny in the picture?’



101 DALMATIONS; 300; A CLOCKWORK ORANGE; CABARET;
THE CAINE MUTINY; THE DA VINCI CODE; THE DAY AFTER TOMORROW;
ELF; ERAGON; GET SMART; GHOST BUSTERS; GHOST RIDER; GIGI;
HARRY POTTER AND THE ORDER OF THE PHOENIX; INCEPTION; INDEPENDENCE DAY; LILO AND STITCH; MEET THE PARENTS;
A NIGHT AT THE OPERA; PARANORMAL ACTIVITY;
PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN: AT WORLD’S END; PREDATORS;
REBEL WITHOUT A CAUSE; ROBIN HOOD;  
STAR WARS: THE PHANTOM MENACE; STRANGERS ON A TRAIN;
THE TIME TRAVELLER’S WIFE; TWILIGHT;WHO FRAMED ROGER RABBIT?
 


  
The first person to ‘vote’ all twenty questions correctly gets a copy of my Fur-Face CD. I'll give a second copy to a random contestant who also gets 100% correct (if anyone manages to get them all right, that is. Mwaahaahaar!).   
 
This quiz closes on February 5th at 5:00pm (Eastern/US). I’ll announce the winners and provide the correct answers the following day.
 
Have fun!

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jongibbs
Jan. 29th, 2011 06:04 pm (UTC)
Thanks for playing :)

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