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1 Which Forbidden Fruit movie had this quote? "God wouldn't have given you maracas if he didn't want you to shake them."
Answer: Dirty Dancing

"Dirty Dancing" was released in 1987, and starred Patrick Swayze and Jennifer Grey. The film's story is about a girl named "Baby" Houseman (Grey) who goes to a vacation resort with her family in the summer of 1963. There she falls in love with the resort's dance instructor (Swayze). It has been told that Swayze basically had to beg Miss Grey to appear in this film. Apparently when filming the movie "Red Dawn" together in 1984 Jennifer had come to hate Patrick. The quote used in the question was uttered by the character Penny Johnson, who was played by Cynthia Rhodes. She uses this line to motivate her female dance class participants towards the beginning of the film.
    Your options: [ Dirty Dancing ] [ Moonstruck ] [ Harry and the Hendersons ] [ Roxanne ]
  From Quiz: Forbidden Fruit (Movies I Shouldn't Like)
2 #16 Quote: "It's not how you're buried. It's how you're remembered." Which movie is it?
Answer: The Cowboys

"The Cowboys" was released in 1972, and was directed by Mark Rydell. It starred John Wayne, and was the film debut of Robert Carradine. It grossed nearly $29 million domestically. Facing stiff competition, it was not nominated for any Academy Awards. Trying to keep up with 11 young boys during the filming, Wayne described this movie as the greatest experience of his life. Quote info: One of the boys loses his glasses among the herd of cattle. While trying to retrieve them, he spooks the herd, and causes a stampede. Dan (played by Nicolas Beauvy) is killed, and Mr. Anderson (Wayne) utters these words as they bury Dan.
    Your options: [ The Cowboys ] [ A Clockwork Orange ] [ The French Connection ] [ The Last Picture Show ]
  From Quiz: Fantasmo Films 2 (My Top Films 16-30)
3 #1 Quote: "Every day I think about what you said to me that day on the bridge, and I've tried to live my life the best I could." Which movie is it?
Answer: Saving Private Ryan

"Saving Private Ryan" was released in 1998, and was directed by Steven Spielberg. It starred Tom Hanks. The film grossed $481.8 million worldwide. It was nominated for 11 Academy Awards, and won five Oscars. It is widely considered one of the greatest movies of all-time, as well as being the greatest Oscar snub, as it lost to "Shakespeare in Love" for Best Picture. Quote info: It is uttered by the aged Private Ryan (portrayed by Harrison Young) at the headstone of Captain Miller's (Tom Hanks' character) grave at the Normandy American Cemetery in Collville sur-Mer, France. It was Ryan's eulogy to the Captain for all he did to save Private Ryan.
    Your options: [ Shakespeare in Love ] [ Saving Private Ryan ] [ Life is Beautiful ] [ The Thin Red Line ]
  From Quiz: Fantasmo Films (My Top 15 Movies)
4 1980 - Name the movie this quote comes from. Mrs. Torantino: "Are you the police?" Elwood: "No, ma'am. We're musicians"
Answer: The Blues Brothers

"The Blues Brothers" was a screwball comedy from 1980. Brothers Jake (John Belushi) and Elwood (Dan Aykroyd) Blues are on a "mission from God" to save their former orphanage. The plan is to "get the band back together" and raise the money together. There are some great comedy performances to go along with the many R&B and soul performances featured. Aykroyd is a perfect balance to go with Belushi's frenetic energy. This line comes as they're looking for one of their former bandmates.

All the wrong answers were also released in 1980.
  From Quiz: 10 Years/10 Questions - 1980s Movie Edition
5 Name the baseball movie this quote comes from. "I can't go into that backyard." "Why not? "There's a beast back there." "What kind?" "A giant gorilla-dog thing that ate one kid already."
Answer: The Sandlot

In 1962 Los Angeles, a group of neighborhood kids get together every day and play baseball in the sandlot. The newest kid, Scott Smalls (yes, of "You're killing me, Smalls" fame) decides to use his stepdad's Babe Ruth autographed baseball in one of their practices. When he hits the ball over the neighbor's fence, he is nearly sick about it. The other boys didn't know that Babe Ruth had signed the ball. Smalls didn't know who Babe Ruth was. The biggest problem with jumping the fence to get the ball? The dog they called "The Beast" lived there. Benny, the best player on the team, was visited in a dream by Babe Ruth. Babe told Benny to just jump the fence and get it. Benny's reply was this quote.
  From Quiz: America's Pastime: Quotes from Baseball Movies
6 Name the movie. "I can't see nothin'. You gotta open my eye. Cut me, Mick."
Answer: Rocky

Oscar winner for Best Picture, "Rocky" tells the story of Rocky Balboa (Sylvester Stallone), a small-time local boxer who is given a shot at the heavyweight champion, Apollo Creed (Carl Weathers). The quote comes during their bout. Creed has landed several punches to Rocky's eye and the swelling is so bad that he can't see to be able to fight. He asks his trainer, Mickey (Burgess Meredith), to open a small cut under his eye to relieve the pressure and swelling. Mickey is hesitant, but eventually allows it.
    Your options: [ Rocky ] [ Million Dollar Baby ] [ Cinderella Man ] [ The Fighter ]
  From Quiz: Movie Quotes - Noir, Action, Comedy, Classics
7 What movie has the following exchange? Pvt. Hudson: "Hey Vasquez have you ever been mistaken for a man?" Pvt. Vasquez: "No. Have you?"
Answer: Aliens

Hudson was played by Bill Paxton. Vasquez was played by Jenette Goldstein.
The movie, a sequel to "Alien", was released in 1986. It was directed by James Cameron.

The exchange is from the first half of the movie, during a time when Vasquez is working out with another soldier. Hudson makes fun of her while she is doing pull ups.
  From Quiz: How Many Is Too Many?
8 In which movie did Katherine Hepburn say to Humphrey Bogart 'Dear, dear what is your first name?'?
Answer: The African Queen

Katherine Hepburn played Rose a missionary in German East Africa. Humphrey Bogart plays Charlie a boat owner who trades up and down the river. When England and Germany go to war he agrees to take Rose on his boat down the river to safety. This is how she greets him after their first night of love.
    Your options: [ Bringing Up Baby ] [ The African Queen ] [ Guess Whose Coming to Dinner ] [ Father of the Bride ]
  From Quiz: Quotes from the Movies
9 The Dean is delivering the grade results to House Delta, looks up and sees the inebriated Flounder and advises him "0.2... Fat, drunk and stupid is no way to go through life, son" in which 1978 film?
Answer: Animal House

The Delta House is the worst on campus and Dean Wormer is looking for any opportunity to get rid of them. Their grade scores are the start of his ammunition, but his ultimate plan is "Secret Double Probation". Dean Vernon Wormer is played by the late John Vernon and his abovenamed victim, Kent "Flounder" Dorfman by the late Stephen Furst. Directed by John Landis the film also starred John Belushi and Donald Sutherland.

This question was created by Phoenix Rising member pollucci19.
    Your options: [ Animal House ] [ Revenge of the Nerds ] [ Fast Times at Ridgemont High ] [ Fraternity Row ]
  From Quiz: Words on Fire: Quotes That Identify the Movie
10 This classic film featured this statement: "It's always difficult to keep personal prejudice out of a thing like this. And wherever you run into it, prejudice always obscures the truth." Can you identify the film?
Answer: 12 Angry Men

This dialog comes from one of the greatest dramas ever made, "12 Angry Men", which was originally released in 1957, directed by Sidney Lumet and featured an all-star cast led by Henry Fonda. The film was later done as a made for Showtime Network film starring Jack Lemmon and George C. Scott, among others.
This quote comes from one of the jurors discussing and debating the possible verdict for the young man who has been charged with the felony that the jury must determine guilt or innocence for. "12 Angry Men" gives us a diverse cast of jurors, each bringing their own prejudices and history into the jury chamber. This quote comes from Juror number 8, played by Henry Fonda. Juror number 8 is, at the start of the film, the hold-out in the jury. The film shows him working to convince his fellow jurors that he is right.
It must be noted that while the drama is fascinating, it is not exactly true to what a real jury could or would go through. In fact there are multiple rules of behavior as a jurist that are broken in this drama. (Creative license was taken to offer more drama and tension in this film.) If you are looking for a realistic lesson in how a court works, you'd need to participate in a jury yourself and/or observe a few cases in a real life courtroom.
The other answers are courtroom or legal dramas and could potentially have had a similar quote, but were not the source of this specific quote. In the case of "Jury Duty", the likelihood is much lower as that is a comedy starring Pauly Shore. "And Justice for All" is a wonderful drama, as is "The Verdict". Both featured famous stars in the lead roles ("And Justice for All" starred Al Pacino, "The Verdict" starred Paul Newman).
  From Quiz: More Speaking of (or in) Movies
11 It might seem a little fowl, but we're not talking about birds here. What film features the line: "Talk to me, Goose."?
Answer: Top Gun

"Fly Away Home" was a film about getting geese to migrate. It featured live geese, and hence as the question text notes, wouldn't apply here.
"Father Goose" was a movie that starred Cary Grant. It didn't feature the famous line quoted in the question.
"The Wild Geese" was also not the answer here.
'Talk to me Goose' was uttered by Tom Cruise's character (Maverick) in the 1980s film "Top Gun". Maverick was trying to shake off his doubts and fears in his return to air combat - in this case in a fight that could have meant the sinking of a disabled ship and worse potentially the downing of his wingman.
  From Quiz: Speaking of (or in) Movies
12 "See, I did join the army, but I joined a different army. I joined the one with the condos and the private rooms." "Ha, ha, ha." Choose the movie these quotes are in from these multiple choices.
Answer: Private Benjamin

In this scene dismayed new Private Judy Benjamin (Goldie Hawn) has just seen the bunk beds in the barracks she has been assigned to and is explaining to Captain Doreen Lewis (Eileen Brennan) that there must be a mistake. Benjamin explains with line one and Captain Lewis cracks up. Benjamin is a sheltered high-society young woman who has never been independent in her entire life. When her new husband dies on their wedding night, she falls to pieces. In an attempt to turn her life around, she decides to join the US Army, with hilarious results. In the end, she decides she does like the new feeling of self-reliance the Army has instilled in her.

In the 1981 Academy Awards Goldie Hawn was nominated for Best Actress in a Leading Role (but lost the Oscar to Sissy Spacek in "Coal Miner's Daughter". Eileen Brennan was nominated for Best Actress in a Supporting Role (but lost the Oscar to Mary Steenburgen in "Melvin and Howard").
    Your options: [ Private Benjamin ] [ Good Morning, Vietnam ] [ Stripes ] [ MASH ]
  From Quiz: Great Movie Exchanges 26
13 "Maybe we ought to burn the chicken a little." "Minny don't burn chicken!" Choose the movie these quotes are in, from these multiple choices. (Hint: Jackson, Mississippi)
Answer: The Help

In this scene Mississippi housewife Celia Foote (Jessica Chastain) sits down to eat fried chicken with her maid Minny Jackson (Octavia Spencer) and is enthralled at how good Minny's chicken is. Celia is a lousy cook who has hired Minny without her husband's knowledge (Minny has to arrive after 9:00 and leave before 4:00). Minny is an outstanding cook (her friends call her the best in the entire state) and she poses the question of won't Celia's husband get suspicious of the sudden improvement in the meals he is served? Celia sees the potential problem, and proposes a possible "solution" in line one. An indignant Minny replies with line two. "The Help" is set during the civil rights movement of the 1960s. It tells the story of African-American maids in Jackson, Mississippi, the white families for whom they work and the indignities the maids have to put up with on an almost daily basis.

In the 2012 Academy Awards "The Help" was nominated for Best Picture, but that Oscar went to "The Artist". Octavia Spencer won Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role. Jessica Chastain (she played Celia Foote) was also nominated for Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role but that Oscar was won by her "The Help" co-star Octavia Spencer. Viola Davis (she played Aibileen Clark) was nominated for Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role but that Oscar was won by Meryl Streep in "The Iron Lady". Something I did not realize until researching this movie is that actress playing Hilly Holbrook (Bryce Dallas Howard) is the daughter of actor/Oscar-winning director Ron Howard ("Happy Days", "A Beautiful Mind", "Apollo 13" and many other fine movies).
    Your options: [ The Help ] [ Fatal Attraction ] [ Guess Who's Coming to Dinner ] [ My Dinner with Andre ]
  From Quiz: Great Movie Exchanges 25
14 What is the name of the 1979 movie directed by Hal Ashby, and what actor plays the central character, Chance, who speaks the following dialogue while riding in an automobile? "This is just like on television, only you can see much further."
Answer: "Being There" - Peter Sellers

"Being There", starring Peter Sellers, is not just a very funny movie: it is also my favorite movie. A quiet, uneducated man who works as a gardener only knows of the world outside the home of his employer through watching television. When "the old man" passes away Chance is forced out and on his own. When he takes his first automobile ride the view through car windows reminds him of watching television.

Melvyn Douglas won an Oscar for his portrayal of wealthy Benjamin Rand, in whom Chance finds a friend. Shirley MacLaine plays Eve Rand, Benjamin's wife. Jack Warden plays the role of the President of the United States.

In 2015 the Writers Guild of America voted "Being There" the 66th funniest screenplay of all-time.

Peter Sellers is well known for his roles in "The Pink Panther", "Dr. Strangelove", and "The Mouse That Roared". His performance in "Being There" earned him a Golden Globe award. He passed away following a 1980 heart attack shortly after completing his final film "The Fiendish Plot of Dr. Fu Manchu". Sellers frequently worked with director Blake Edwards and commonly portrayed multiple characters in his films. He was very funny on film but also known for his depression, somewhat unpredictable behavior, being difficult to work with, and he probably shortened his own life through a reluctance to accept traditional heart treatments.
  From Quiz: Movies That Made Me LOL
15 Which movie, released in 1989, contained the quote "Excellent"? It was repeated several times in the movie by one or the other of the two main characters or sometimes simultaneously.
Answer: Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure

Bill and Ted go on a historical journey to find famous people in the past and bring them to the present for their high school history final report. If they don't pass their friendship will be in jeopardy since Ted's father has threatened to send him to military school if he flunks out of high school. The future of the world apparently depends on them staying together and forming their band, The Wyld Stallions. Because of this an enlightened cool guy from the future, Rufus (George Carlin), visits them and gives them a magic phone booth which they use to travel through time and collect the historical figures for their report. Anytime things work out and things are going well, either Bill or Ted says "Excellent," sometimes saying it at the same time (with screaming guitar riff in the background).
    Your options: [ Them ] [ Encino Man ] [ Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure ] [ Fast Times at Ridgemont High ]
  From Quiz: NOT AFI's Top 100 Movie Quotes
16 "Minkey?" Choose the movie this quote is in from these multiple choices.
Answer: The Return of the Pink Panther

In this scene Inspector Jacques Clouseau (Peter Sellers) is explaining to Chief Inspector Charles Dreyfus (Herbert Lom) why he arrested the bank manager in a bank robbery but let the thieves and their lookout go free. The lookout in this case was a "blind" man and his monkey (which Clouseau calls a "minkey" in his wonderful pseudo-French/English accent). Chief Inspector Dreyfus says this quote when he hears Clouseau's report. That leads to the following great exchange: Dreyfus: "The beggar was the lookout man for the gang." Clouseau: "That is impossible. How can a blind man be a lookout?" Dreyfus: "How can an idiot be a police officer?" There were numerous "Pink Panther" movies but this one in my opinion was the funniest. In one memorable scene, Inspector Clouseau (undercover as a telephone repairman) misjudges a doorway, runs into the wall behind the door and emerges to say, "No trouble back there."

In the 1976 Golden Globes "The Return of the Pink Panther" received three nominations: Best Motion Picture - Musical/Comedy, Best Original Score - Motion Picture for Henry Mancini, and Best Motion Picture Actor - Musical/Comedy for Peter Sellers, but did not win in any category. The role of Jacques Clouseau has been so popular at least three other actors have tried to recreate it in movies: Alan Arkin in "Inspector Clouseau" (1968), Roger Moore (under the odd pseudonym Turk Thrust II) in "Curse of the Pink Panther" (1983), and Steve Martin in "The Pink Panther" (2006) and "The Pink Panther 2" (2009). Not bad, but Peter Seller's version was better (in my opinion).

Historical note:
Contrary to a commonly-held false impression, the movie "A Shot in the Dark" (which also featured Inspector Clouseau but did not have the words "Pink Panther" in the title) was not released prior to the movie "The Pink Panther" (i.e., the "Pink Panther" movies were not spinoffs). "A Shot in the Dark" was released in the U.S. in June 1964. "The Pink Panther" was released in December 1963 in West Germany and March 1964 in the U.S.
  From Quiz: Quotes From Movies That Made Me Laugh
17 "If I'm gonna make a fake movie, it's gonna be a fake hit." - 2012 Choose the movie that this quote is in from these multiple choices.
Answer: Argo

In this scene John Chambers (John Goodman) and Lester Siegel (Alan Arkin) are sitting at a table piled high with movie scripts. They are trying to find one that will suit the objective of their team, which is to create a fake movie company as a cover that will allow them to rescue six American diplomats trapped at the Canadian embassy in revolutionary Iran. After discussing the movie "Horses of Achilles" as a possible candidate, Siegel says this quote. Team member Tony Mendez (Ben Affleck) then suggests the science-fantasy adventure movie "Argo". When Chambers wonders if they can get the option for it and Mendez asks why they need that, Siegel has this great line: "You're worried about the Ayatollah? Try the WGA (Writers Guild of America)." These scenes were filmed at Zsa Zsa Gabor's Beverly Hills estate. This operation came to be called the Canadian Caper.

In the 2013 Academy Awards "Argo" won three Oscars, including Best Picture. Alan Arkin was nominated for Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role, but the Oscar was won by Christoph Waltz in "Django Unchained". The fake movie "Argo" is named for the mythological Greek ship that Jason sailed in to retrieve the Golden Fleece (this story was told in the 1963 movie "Jason and the Argonauts"). I loved the special effects by Ray Harryhausen in this movie, especially when the Hydra's teeth were sown on the ground and fighting skeletons arose.

Historical note:
The six diplomats were successfully rescued by this operation on 27 January 1980, but 52 of their co-workers at the American embassy in Iran were not as lucky. US President Jimmy Carter authorized a helicopter rescue of these hostages (Operation Eagle Claw), but that failed. The hostages were finally released after 444 days of captivity (during the early days of US President Ronald Reagan's administration). After the six Americans were rescued, the Canadian embassy was closed that same day (to prevent any reprisals).
    Your options: [ My Week with Marilyn ] [ Sunset Blvd. ] [ Argo ] [ The Artist ]
  From Quiz: Quotes from "Best Picture" Movies, 9
18 What 1980s comedy starring George Carlin contained the quote: "This is a dude who, 700 years ago, totally ravaged China, and who, we were told, two hours ago, totally ravaged Oshman's Sporting Goods."?
Answer: Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure

Bill and Ted gave this introduction for Genghis Khan during their oral report for History in the 1980s comedy "Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure". After their report (which also included other historical figures such as Socrates and Lincoln) concluded, they received applause from the audience and a passing grade in History. Thus they were able to keep their band together which, improbably enough, formed the basis of future society.
  From Quiz: 1980s Comedy Movie Quotes
19 "Uh... did you say yutes?" "Yeah, two yutes." "What is a yute?" "Oh, excuse me, your honor... Two YOUTHS." Choose the movie these quotes are in, from these multiple choices.
Answer: My Cousin Vinny

In this scene new lawyer Vincent "Vinny" Gambini (Joe Pesci) from Brooklyn, NY is arguing his first murder case before a Mississippi judge (Fred Gwynne), and runs into some language difficulties. This conversation actually did take place between actor Joe Pesci and director Jonathan Lynn, who felt it was funny enough to be added to the movie's script. Judge Haller says lines one and three and Vinny says lines two and four. Regional differences lead to some pretty funny situations in this movie: Vinny Gambini learns about grits and Judge Haller learns about yutes. In the events leading up to this scene, two young men from New York are driving across Alabama when they are stopped and jailed on suspicion of murder of a Sac-O-Suds convenience store clerk. The lawyer they choose to represent them is Vinny, a cousin of one of them, but he has very little judicial experience and none on murder cases.

In the 1993 Academy Awards Marisa Tomei won for Best Actress in a Supporting Role for her portrayal of Vinny's girlfriend, Mona Lisa Vito. This was the first Oscar she won. The scene where Vinny accidentally knocks over the judge's chessboard actually happened during filming, and the director thought it was so funny, he left in the final cut.
  From Quiz: Great Movie Exchanges 24
20 "But I don't want to use my head!" This line is said in what animated movie?
Answer: Toy Story 2

Rex says this line when the other toys are using his head like a battering ram to break through an air duct so they could get to their friend, Woody. "Toy Story 2" (1999) is about how Buzz Lightyear and his other toy friends try to save Woody after a toy collector steals him from Andy, his owner.
  From Quiz: A Picture Paints a Thousand Words
21 "I'll be back Bennett" is said by Arnold Schwarzenegger in which 1985 movie, that also stars Alyssa Milano as his daughter who is kidnapped in an effort to force Arnold to perform a political assassination?
Answer: Commando

Bennett, a former captain in John Matrix's (Schwarzenegger) special forces team, is one of the main "bad guys" in this film and well portrayed by Vernon Wells. Matrix delivers the words as Bennett bundles him into a plane against his will. Their aim is for Matrix to conduct a political assassination for a former South American dictator that Matrix had previously led a mission against. The film was a commercial success and won a nomination for best special effects at the Saturn Awards that year only to lose out to the James Cameron film "Aliens".
    Your options: [ Stay Hungry ] [ Scavenger Hunt ] [ The Long Goodbye ] [ Commando ]
  From Quiz: I'll Be Back!
22 "The right guy, he's out there. I'm just not gonna go kiss a whole bunch of losers to get to him". Which film did this quote come from?
Answer: Never Been Kissed

This quote was taken from the 1999 film "Never Been Kissed", which starred Drew Barrymore, David Arquette and Michael Vartan. Barrymore played the lead role of Josie Geller and said this quote to her best friend, Anita, who worked on the same newspaper. Anita replied "Yeah, but you know what? Sometimes kissing losers can be a really fun diversion." The character of Josie was a bumbling reporter on undercover assignment at a local high school. It was here she met and fell in love with one of the teachers, Vartan, who believed her to be an underage schoolgirl. At the end of the film, we see the girl who had never been kissed....getting kissed.
    Your options: [ 27 Dresses ] [ Never Been Kissed ] [ Prelude to a Kiss ] [ As Good As It Gets ]
  From Quiz: P.S. I Love Your Quote
23 " we're not going to fight anymore. We're going to pull together and we're going to find a way to get out of here." Samuel L. Jackson said this line mere seconds before a graphic death in which 1999 action film?
Answer: Deep Blue Sea

Renny Harlin's super-killer-shark film from 1999 introduced several science-type characters in an extensive floating complex at sea, tampered with some super-smart shark brains, and ultimately caused chaos. When the smart sharks got loose, they started to sink the complex to free themselves and, as it seems, eat the cast.
In one memorable scene, Samuel L. Jackson's scientist character tried to take the lead with a motivating speech about the dangers of man and the dangers of nature before proposing that they work together to escape. Seconds later, a shark leapt from an open pit behind him, grabbing him in its jaws, and pulling him under.
He shouldn't have said anything-- he jinxed it.

"Deep Blue Sea" didn't sink in the box office; it took in over $165,000,000. Coincidentally, Harlin's filmography also includes "Cutthroat Island", known for being one of Hollywood's biggest flops of the 1990s. Jackson later went on to survive a horrible snake/plane incident in "Snakes on a Plane" in 2006. When asked which he preferred, Jackson claimed he liked the snakes more--the sharks beat him in the end.
    Your options: [ Pulp Fiction ] [ Sphere ] [ Snakes on a Plane ] [ Deep Blue Sea ]
  From Quiz: You Shouldn't Have Said Anything!
24 At the end of this film, a cub reporter walks up to Costner's character, Eliot Ness, and asks what Mr. Ness will do if they repeal Prohibition. Ness replies, "I think I'll have a drink." What film is it?
Answer: The Untouchables

In this Prohibition-era film, Costner plays Eliot Ness. He's the federal agent who goes after Robert De Niro's character Al Capone for tax evasion.
  From Quiz: If You Build It, They Will Play
25 "Nothing like a good piece of hickory." This quote is from a Clint Eastwood film. His character has just beaten up some bullies in town. Which movie is this from?
Answer: Pale Rider

"Pale Rider" is a classic Clint Eastwood western. It has the same mysticism as "High Plains Drifter" and you are never really sure if he is a man, or the ghost of a man. As it turned out he was the "Angel of Death" who had arrived to help a small gold mining community fight against a ruthless tycoon who wanted all the gold for himself.
    Your options: [ Unforgiven ] [ High Plains Drifter ] [ Pale Rider ] [ The Outlaw Josey Wales ]
  From Quiz: Quotes from Movies
26 "I have to crack this guy. I mean this is Defcon 5, and I have to do something truly appalling. It's not funny." Which film did this quote belong to?
Answer: How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days

The plot of the 2003 film, "How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days", revolved around journalist, Andie Anderson (Kate Hudson), and advertising executive, Benjamin Barry's (Matthew McConaughey), attempts to climb their own respective career ladders. Andie, in an attempt to prove herself worthy of writing about more serious topics, agreed to write an article entitled "How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days". Meanwhile Ben, in an attempt to secure a coveted diamonds advertising campaign, told his boss that he could make any woman fall in love with him in ten days. The pair's paths soon crossed, and each one, unbeknown to the other, resolved to use their newfound friend in order to achieve their own ends.

Andie said the above quote to her two friends, Michelle and Jeanie following numerous unsuccessful attempts to get Ben to break up with her. Baffled and bemused, Andie just could not understand why Ben would put up with her embarrassing, possessive and sometimes downright humiliating behaviour.
    Your options: [ How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days ] [ Failure to Launch ] [ Clueless ] [ Loser ]
  From Quiz: Which Chick Flick is It?
27 "The machine is still on Moira" is a haunting answering machine message from which Tom Clancy inspired movie?
Answer: Clear and Present Danger

"Clear and Present Danger" is the third Clancy movie to be released. It centers around CIA Deputy Director of Intelligence Jack Ryan uncovering an illegal war being fought by the US government against a Colombian drug cartel. Jack Ryan tells detectives investigating the murder of a senior level assistant that they have a recording of the killer's voice. The CIA are able to use the voice of this "latin Jack Ryan" in this and other intercepted recordings to identify cartel leader Ernesto Escobato's intelligence officer, Felix Cortez.
    Your options: [ Spy Games ] [ The Hunt for Red October ] [ Clear and Present Danger ] [ Patriot Games ]
  From Quiz: Quotes from Tom Clancy Based Movies
28 "Go back to the abyss! Fall into nothingness that awaits you and your master!" What epic movie could this be from?
Answer: The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King

This was said by 'Gandalf' to the Witch King in the movie. Pippin had gone to Gandalf for help to save his son from Denethor. It was while they were on their way that they ran into the Witch King and Gandalf uttered those words. The Witch King then threatened to kill Pippin & Gandalf and would have, had not the sound of a Rohan's horn saved them. The Witch King then rode off. "The Lord of the Rings" film trilogy consists of three live action fantasy epic films: "The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring" (2001), "The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers" (2002) and "The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King "(2003). These films were based on the three-volume book "The Lord of the Rings: written by J. R. R. Tolkien. It follows the book's general storyline but also features some additions and deviations from the book.
  From Quiz: Famous Movie Quotes Part One
29 "That's no moon." is said by Kenobi in what movie?
Answer: Star Wars

"That's no moon." is a line from "Star Wars" (1977), said when Han, Chewie, Luke and Obi-Wan are heading to Alderan and they find the Death Star. Obi-Wan says this after Luke says, "Look at him, he's heading for that small moon."
"Star Wars" is a Sci-Fi classic movie about rebels fighting the Galactic Empire. Also it is about one of the last Jedis passing on along his knowledge to the son of a fallen Jedi.
  From Quiz: My Favorite Movie Quotes
30 Which movie contains the following quotes? "That's no moon, it's a space station." and "Will somebody please get this big, walking carpet out of my way."
Answer: Star Wars

Both of these quotes are said in "Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope". This movie is mainly about Luke Skywalker, Ben Kenobi, Han Solo, Chewbacca, C3PO and R2D2 as they go on a mission to rescue Princess Leia (an important Rebel Leader) from the Empire. It was the first "Star Wars" movie to have been released.

"That's no moon, it's a space station." is said by Obi Wan (Ben) Kenobi when he, Luke, Han and Chewbacca are in the Millenium Falcon and trying to locate the planet Alderaan, which had actually been blown up by the Death Star. Instead, they come across the Death Star, which is the space station belonging to the Empire. At a distance Luke mistakes the Death Star for a moon, but Obi Wan is the first to realise it is not a moon, but a space station.

"Will somebody please get this big, walking carpet out of my way?" is said by Princess Leia while she is being rescued from the Empire and is still onboard the Death Star. This is said not long after Han, Luke and Chewy escape from the garbage chute and Leia decides that they must follow her orders from now on. She is referring to Chewbacca the Wookie, who is in her way. She calls Chewy a "walking carpet" because he is tall, brown and furry!
    Your options: [ Men In Black ] [ Nanny McPhee ] [ Independence Day ] [ Star Wars ]
  From Quiz: Movie Quotes Mix
31 "Hello, Jack. Are you of the Boston Dawsons?" "No, the, uh, Chippewa Falls Dawsons, actually." Choose the movie these quotes are in, from these multiple choices.
Answer: Titanic

In this scene Jack Dawson (Leonardo DiCaprio) has joined a group of first-class passengers on the RMS Titanic at dinner, as a reward for saving the life of Rose Bukater (Kate Winslet) and has just been introduced to millionaire John Jacob Astor (Eric Braeden). Astor says this first line and Dawson replies with the second. "Titanic" tells the true-life story of the luxurious White Star ocean liner RMS Titanic that sank in 1912 on its maiden voyage, through the lives of two main fictional characters, Jack Dawson and Rose Bukater. "Titanic" won 11 Oscars in the 1998 Academy Awards, including Best Picture and Best Original Song for "My Heart Will Go On." Both Gloria Stuart (old Rose) and Kate Winslet (young Rose) were nominated for Oscars, but neither won.
  From Quiz: Great Movie Exchanges 1
32 Mrs. White: 'Are you a cop?' Mr. Green: 'No I'm a plant.' Miss. Scarlet: 'A plant? I thought men like you were usually called a fruit.'---1985 What comedy are these lines from?
Answer: Clue

This was the part in the movie where the guests in the house found out that Mr. Green was an undercover government agent.

Leslie Ann Warren played the role of Miss Scarlet in this movie, based on a board game, where you have to figure out who killed who, with what weapon.
  From Quiz: Movie Quote Mixture
33 'On second thought, let's not go to Camelot. 'Tis a silly place.'
Answer: Monty Python and the Holy Grail

"Monty Python and the Holy Grail" is a 70's movie that mainly spoofs the legend of King Arthur and his Knights of the Round Table as they search for the Holy Grail. The finally make it to Camelot and when Arthur says to 'ride on to Camelot', it shows the knights singing a song about spending their time in Camelot and what they do there, while also showing them dancing on tables and drumming on other knights' helmets. This quote is said by Arthur after the song is over.
    Your options: [ A Knight in Camelot ] [ Monty Python and the Holy Grail ] [ Black Knight ] [ A Knight's Tale ]
  From Quiz: Comedy Quotes
34 "Here's Johnny!"
Answer: Jack Torrance ("The Shining")

This cult classic line is spoken right as Jack has used an axe to cut a large slit into a locked door Wendy Torrance has been using to keep him away from her. After cutting the slit, Jack sticks his head into it and says this line. Shortly after this, he tried to open the door but was turned away as Wendy stabbed his hand. The rest of the movie sees him pursue her similarly.

"The Shining" portrays the deteriorating state of mental health of Jack Torrance as he is caretaker in a hotel amidst dreadful weather. His stay, along with that of his wife and child, gets progressively worse until he completely loses his mind and attacks his wife viciously.
    Your options: [ John Kramer ("Saw") ] [ Ghostface ("Scream") ] [ Freddy Krueger ("Nightmare on Elm Street") ] [ Jack Torrance ("The Shining") ]
  From Quiz: Mixed Horror Movie Quotes
35 "I just stole fifty cars in one night! I'm a little tired, I'm a little *wired*, and I think I deserve a little appreciation!" was said in which movie?
Answer: Gone in 60 Seconds

"Gone in 60 Seconds" is a 2000 American action heist film about a gang of car thieves that need to steal fifty top-end cars within 72 hours so that Memphis' brother Kip does not get killed by Raymond Calitri. Memphis Raines, who Nicolas Cage played said the quote to Raymond Calitri who Christopher Eccleston played. The quote was said when Memphis went to drop the last car, the Shelby GT500, off at Raymond Calitri's junkyard and said because Memphis was late dropping off the car. The actors in this film were Nicolas Cage, Angelina Jolie, Giovanni Ribisi, Delroy Lindo, Will Patton, Christopher Eccleston, Chi McBride, and Robert Duvall.
    Your options: [ Gone in 60 Seconds ] [ The Italian Job ] [ Fast and Furious ] [ Rush ]
  From Quiz: Quotes From A Few Movies
36 Which Forbidden Fruit movie had this quote? "Don't worship me until I've earned it."
Answer: Terms of Endearment

"Terms of Endearment" was released in 1983, and starred Shirley Maclaine, Jack Nicholson, and Debra Winger. The story revolves around a mother and daughter's relationship, and spans many years of their lives. It demonstrates how love is shown in different ways by different people. The film was based on a novel of the same name by Larry McMurtry. Director James L. Brooks got a gift from a a friend for finishing the film. The gift was a book of cartoons by Matt Groening. Brooks was so impressed with the book that he used Groening's cartoons in other projects. Eventually this lead Mr. Groening to create the T.V. series "The Simpsons". The quote in the question was uttered by the character Aurora Greenway, as portrayed by Shirley Maclaine. She tells this to Danny DeVito's character, Vernon Dahlart, near the onset of the film while on a "date".
    Your options: [ Terms of Endearment ] [ The Big Chill ] [ Mr. Mom ] [ Flashdance ]
  From Quiz: Forbidden Fruit (Movies I Shouldn't Like)
37 #17 Quote: "There's a conflict in every human heart. Between the rational and the irrational, between good and evil, and good does not always triumph." Which movie is it?
Answer: Apocalypse Now

"Apocalypse Now" was released in 1979, and was directed by Francis Ford Coppola. It starred a myriad of great actors, including Marlon Brando, Robert Duvall, and Martin Sheen. The film grossed nearly $150 million worldwide. It was nominated for eight Academy Awards, but only won two Oscars. It is known as an all-time Oscar snub, as is evident by the fact that The Director's Guild ranked it as the number six greatest movie in the history of film. Quote info: Cpt. Willard (Sheen) is being appraised of his mission to assassinate Col. Kurtz (Brando), and Gen. Corman (G.D Spradlin) says these words as a justification for the mission.
    Your options: [ Apocalypse Now ] [ ...And Justice For All ] [ Breaking Away ] [ Kramer vs. Kramer ]
  From Quiz: Fantasmo Films 2 (My Top Films 16-30)
38 #2 Quote: "I've never known a people so eager to laugh, so devoted to family, and so dedicated to each other. The only word that comes to mind is harmony." Which movie is it?
Answer: Dances With Wolves

"Dances With Wolves" was released in 1990, and was Kevin Costner's directorial debut on a feature film. It starred Costner, himself. The film grossed $424.2 million worldwide. It was nominated for 12 Academy Awards, and won seven Oscars. It was the first Western to win Best Picture since "Cimarron" in 1931. Quote info: It is a narrated aside by Dances With Wolves/Lt. John J. Dunbar (Kevin Costner's character) midway through the film that describes how he has come to view and feel about the people of the Lakota tribe.
    Your options: [ Ghost ] [ Dances With Wolves ] [ Awakenings ] [ Goodfellas ]
  From Quiz: Fantasmo Films (My Top 15 Movies)
39 Name the baseball movie this quote comes from. "Nice velocity." "Sounded like it." "We better teach this kid some control before he kills somebody."
Answer: Major League

The Cleveland Indians' franchise was a consistently losing team for over 40 years. Their new owner devised a plan to put the worst players they could find on the field so they would lose so badly that their attendance would drop. If it dropped below a certain point, she would be allowed to move the team to Miami (before Miami had the Marlins). During spring training, Rick Vaughn (Charlie Sheen) was on the mound, with the pitching coach and manager standing behind the catcher to see how Rick could throw. When he let a 96 mile per hour fastball go, it flew over the catcher's head, between the two coaches and broke a sign on the fence. The conversation the coaches had about him was this quote.
    Your options: [ Major League ] [ Field of Dreams ] [ The Sandlot ] [ Bull Durham ]
  From Quiz: America's Pastime: Quotes from Baseball Movies
40 Name the movie. "You are named after the dog?"
Answer: Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade

In my opinion, the best Indiana Jones film, "Last Crusade" follows Indy (Harrison Ford) as he tries to first rescue his father, Henry Jones (Sean Connery), then to locate the Holy Grail. Throughout the film, Henry calls Indy "Junior". Indy always tells him not to call him that. In the ending scene, their friend Sallah (John Rhys-Davies) asks what "Junior" means. Henry says that it's Indy's name, "Henry Jones, Junior". It's revealed that they named their dog Indiana. Sallah thinks this is hilarious and spouts this quote.
  From Quiz: Movie Quotes - Noir, Action, Comedy, Classics
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