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Cult Films Part Trois
"More fun for movie buffs. Cult films have a strong appeal to a certain group of people. These are either hard-core cult films or the writer thinks should be classified as cult."
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"Delicatessen" (1991) is an apocalyptic black comedy, set in a vague area of the world. The butcher shop always needs a handyman. A former out-of work clown applies for the job. What is his fate?
To be a human sacrifice
To be cannibalized
To be sold as a slave
To be forced to play Russian Roulette
"The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari" (1920) is another film school favorite. This film is a product of the intellectual trends of post WW1 in Germany. What is in the cabinet?
We never learn
Ancient torture weapons
"Pulp Fiction"(1994) is Quentin Tarantino's homage to mass market thrillers.
Four intertwined stories, time sequences out of order, a measure of violence, sex, and drugs, memorable dialog and a stellar ensemble cast make "Pulp Fiction" not only a film with a cult following but a commercial success as well.
In a scene stealing appearence, Christopher Walken makes a small performance in the film to present a souvenir to a young boy. What is this object?
An American flag
A time piece
A German pistol
A battered helmet
Hardly any list of cult films can ignore Ed Wood. You can reach in hat full of Wood's film and each one could be classed as a cult movie. "Plan 9 from Outer Space" (1959) is his most famous movie. What actor on the down side of his career played a role but died and was replaced by Wood's chiropractor?
When a film is shown on television only once a year but consistently draws a large, devoted audience, it must be a cult film. "It's a Wonderful Life"(1946) is such a film. The villain, Mr. Potter, was played by which actor?
John Blythe Barrymore
"The Day the Earth Stood Still"(1951) is one of the classic sci/fi movies of all time. What is the passage that is quoted most often?
".E pluribus unum"
"Veni, vidi, vici"
"Cogito ergo sum"
"Gort, Klaatu barada necto"
"A Clockwork Orange" (1971) is a novel that became a controversial movie. Who was the director of this ground-breaking film?
"The Matrix" (1999), along with its sequels "Reloaded" (2003) and "Revolutions" (2003), is better considered as a trilogy rather than three separate films. Keanu Reeves plays the central character. What is his name?
Although "slacker" movies are not a new genre, "Clerks" (1994) is perhaps the crowning achievement. A "slacker" is a character who seems to have no direction and purpose in life and does not seem to worry about it. Who is the director of "Clerks"?
Buffalo Bob Smith
An awkward geeky high school student is the protagonist in this surprisingly successful film, "Napoleon Dynamite"(2004). What is the name of the student that Napoleon becomes a campaign manager for Class President?
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