Special Sub-Topic: Let's Play Tag: Movie Tag Lines
|A movie from the director of "Unbreakable" used the tag line "It's Happening," among others. What is the title?|
Signs. The signs were the mysterious crop circles in this Mel Gibson starrer with Joaquin ("Commodus"). Another tag line was "It's Not Like They Didn't Warn Us."
|"Love is here to stay. So is her family." This tag line was for a big 2002 sleeper. Its title was ___________________________.|
My Big Fat Greek Wedding. Lead actress Nia Vardalos was the brains behind this smash. Good for her!
|"Over. Done. Finished. A comedy about love at last glance." This tag line was for what movie?|
Two Weeks Notice. Sandra and Hugh: a combination nobody's tried before.
|The tag line is "The true story of a real fake." The movie came out at the end of 2002. What's the title?|
Catch Me If You Can. Directed by Spielberg. Starring DiCaprio and Hanks. Great
screenplay if not totally true to life.
|"America Was Born in the Streets." Maybe you've noticed that on a movie poster. It was the poster for:|
Gangs of New York. "Gangs" was a pretty decent flick I must say, directed by Marty Scorsese. "Kill Bill" is a 2003 effort from Quentin Tarantino.
|The tag line is "Survival Is a Killer." The movie is straight to video. The lead actor used to be a huge star. What's the movie?|
Eye See You. Sly Stallone is the star. By 2003 his popularity seemed to be on the decline.
|What suspenseful 2002 release was marketed with the tag line "Don't Close Your Eyes"?|
Insomnia. The log jam scene was incredibly scary.
|"In War There Are Some Lines You Should Never Cross" goes with what movie?|
Behind Enemy Lines. A very exciting movie with Owen Wilson and Gene Hackman but a wee bit short on credibility, don't you think?
|"What We Do in Life Echoes in Eternity" was the tag line for what award-winning movie?|
Gladiator. The movie was an Oscar winner for Best Picture. This might be the most poetic tag line ever.
|"Off the record, on the QT and very hush-hush . . . Everything is suspect . . . everyone is for sale . . . and nothing is what it seems. It's a crime saga that will shock you. It's a mystery that will keep you guessing. It's a thriller that will keep you riveted." This long-winded tag line was for what movie?|
L. A. Confidential. This movie made Russell Crowe a big star. It was also a big boost for Guy Pearce's career. Both gentlemen grew up in Australia, though neither was born there. Crowe was born in New Zealand, Pearce in the UK. See how much info you can get from imdb.com?
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