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Quiz about Midnight at the Lost and Found
Quiz about Midnight at the Lost and Found

Midnight at the Lost and Found Quiz


I've been suckered into the night shift at the local lost and found and it seems that we've accumulated a rather odd stockpile of ten "lost" items. Can you help me figure out what these items are as their owners arrive?

A multiple-choice quiz by kyleisalive. Estimated time: 6 mins.
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Author
kyleisalive
Time
6 mins
Type
Multiple Choice
Quiz #
332,113
Updated
Jul 23 22
# Qns
10
Difficulty
Average
Avg Score
7 / 10
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621
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Question 1 of 10
1. It's midnight at the lost and found and a line of ten has accumulated at my desk. The first to ring my bell asks if, by any chance, I've received a book. When I ask which, they reply that it was a sequel to "The Da Vinci Code". What book should I give this reader? Hint


Question 2 of 10
2. It still being midnight at the lost and found, the line seems endless and the next person steps forward to the desk. They say that they're missing a particular Canadian TV show and I ask for a bit more information. That's when they note that the show is about mystical creatures known as 'Fae', werewolves, and other supernatural beings. What's the name of this show I should find? Hint


Question 3 of 10
3. The clock still seems to read midnight at the lost and found as I take on the next patron and this time we're looking for an album. A follow-up to their second CD, "Oh No", the album we're looking for is OK Go's "Of the Blue Colour of the Sky". Which of these songs was written by OK Go for this album? Hint


Question 4 of 10
4. "I'm looking for something I've lost." The next in line scratches his head.
"I get the theme," I reply. Although it's still midnight at the lost and found, things don't seem to be getting any easier. "Can you describe it?"
"It's a DVD series- six seasons of a show beginning and ending on an island."

What TV show are we missing this time?
Hint


Question 5 of 10
5. Danger, Will Robinson! The next person in line tells me that they're missing a particular 1960s TV show...or perhaps 1998 movie (starring William Hurt). It being midnight at the lost and found, I'm finding it hard to keep my eyes open. What title should I be looking for on the lost item?

Answer: (Three Words)
Question 6 of 10
6. The next in line is worried. "I just don't know what I'll do! I lost my DVD. How will I go on without my Corey Feldman/Corey Haim fix?" I guess it sounds crazy, but anything can happen when it's midnight at the lost and found...I need a coffee.

What vampire movie am I looking for?
Hint


Question 7 of 10
7. I'm certainly the lost one in this case. Somehow it's still midnight at the lost and found and the next concerned member of the line steps forward.
"I'm missing my copy of Coldplay's "Viva La Vida" album," he states.
"The one with that song called 'Lost' on it?"
"It's not just 'Lost' without any punctuation," he replies adamantly. Which of these is on the album?
Hint


Question 8 of 10
8. Midnight at the lost and found never seems to come to an end as the next person steps up.
"I'm lost," they say.
"Where should you be?"
"The movie theater."
They want to see a movie starring Will Ferrell. What film are they trying to find?
Hint


Question 9 of 10
9. "I was playing 'Grand Theft Auto IV'," the next in line states. "Then it wouldn't let me go any further."
Luckily, since I often find myself without a line-up, I'm able to sit back and play video games on my night shifts. I realize that he's missing some downloadable content. What should I give this person waiting in line (at midnight at the lost and found)?
Hint


Question 10 of 10
10. The final person in line steps up and what do you know- it's still midnight at the lost and found. Something is wrong here.
"I'm missing my Indy!" His comment sounds odd, but I guess it makes sense.
What is the only film in the "Indiana Jones" series to have the word 'Lost' in its title?

Answer: (Five Words ("Indiana Jones and the..."))

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1. It's midnight at the lost and found and a line of ten has accumulated at my desk. The first to ring my bell asks if, by any chance, I've received a book. When I ask which, they reply that it was a sequel to "The Da Vinci Code". What book should I give this reader?

Answer: The Lost Symbol

Written by Dan Brown and released in 2009, "The Lost Symbol" followed up on the famous best-sellers "Angels and Demons" and "The Da Vinci Code". All three novels follow Robert Langdon (played by Tom Hanks in the film series) as he attempts to solve some of the world's most complex puzzles and codes, many of which have dangerous ties to the realms of Christianity, the Freemasons, and other organizations. "The Lost Symbol" was at the top of the 'New York Times' Bestseller list for six weeks and at the time of its release, "The Da Vinci Code" had become one of the top-selling fictional works of the 21st century. "Lost Empire" is by Clive Cussler, "Paradise Lost" is a John Milton classic, and "The Book of Lost Things" is a work of fiction by John Connolly.
2. It still being midnight at the lost and found, the line seems endless and the next person steps forward to the desk. They say that they're missing a particular Canadian TV show and I ask for a bit more information. That's when they note that the show is about mystical creatures known as 'Fae', werewolves, and other supernatural beings. What's the name of this show I should find?

Answer: Lost Girl

First airing on Canada's Showcase network, "Lost Girl" was first aired in 2010 as a unique sci-fi show about the Fae, a magical faction of beings who are split into light and dark sides. Bo, the main character of the show, is a succubus who finds it difficult to sustain her lust for pretty much any being.

She decides to develop romance with a werewolf as other Fae can help her restrain her powers- performing her rituals on humans would kill them. There's also a quirky sidekick, fantastical creatures abound, and the charming intimacy of a Canadian production running in the background. Surprisingly, the show took off and became the network's highest-rated premiere. Canadian actress Anna Silk played Bo while Kristen Holden-Ried, known for "The Tudors" and several years of "Degrassi: The Next Generation", also starred as the werewolf, Dyson.
3. The clock still seems to read midnight at the lost and found as I take on the next patron and this time we're looking for an album. A follow-up to their second CD, "Oh No", the album we're looking for is OK Go's "Of the Blue Colour of the Sky". Which of these songs was written by OK Go for this album?

Answer: All is Not Lost

Released in early 2010, "Of the Blue Colour of the Sky" was slightly more experimental than their last album, the indie pop rock stylings of "Oh No" which spawned viral internet sensations "Here It Goes Again" and "A Million Ways". In the years touring for this album, the band broke off and remained independent by opening their own record label, Paracadute Records, and they released their follow-up.

They brought their talent with them. Their knack for insanely-popular one-shot music videos and their quirky sound choices make for a clever CD. "Of the Blue Colour of the Sky" reached #40 on the 'Billboard Top 100' and #7 on the 'Billboard Rock Albums' chart. "All is Not Lost", while not released as a single, complimented their new style.
4. "I'm looking for something I've lost." The next in line scratches his head. "I get the theme," I reply. Although it's still midnight at the lost and found, things don't seem to be getting any easier. "Can you describe it?" "It's a DVD series- six seasons of a show beginning and ending on an island." What TV show are we missing this time?

Answer: Lost

First airing and 2004 and ending in 2010, "Lost" was a hit through and through. Beginning with a plane crash and containing enough mysteries to keep fans guessing until long after the end of the series, creator J. J. Abrams became a household name and had the clearance to create shows like "Fringe" and movies like "Cloverfield" because of its success. "Lost" starred a rather large ensemble cast with upwards of fifteen regulars per season, but the real treat was the clever storytelling in which perfect cliffhangers ended many of the episodes and the uncanny became the expected.

By the end of the show, sequences had been shown in flashbacks, flash-forwards, in present time, back in time, and in what many believed to be a parallel universe. This was, perhaps, one of the most influential shows of the 2000s.
5. Danger, Will Robinson! The next person in line tells me that they're missing a particular 1960s TV show...or perhaps 1998 movie (starring William Hurt). It being midnight at the lost and found, I'm finding it hard to keep my eyes open. What title should I be looking for on the lost item?

Answer: Lost in Space

First airing in 1965, "Lost in Space" followed a family sent into space to find habitable planets. When an angry doctor boards the ship and programs a robot to destroy it, he gets trapped inside and follows the family as they become lost in space. Really, the guy only causes problems for them while they try to survive on an alien world.

The show was canceled after three years due to rising costs but remains a cult classic. In 1998, a film adaptation was released starring William Hurt, Gary Oldman, Matt LeBlanc, and Heather Graham.

While critically panned, the movie made a lot of money (about $130,000,000). Stephen Hopkins, known for "The Reaping" and "Predator 2", directed this one.
6. The next in line is worried. "I just don't know what I'll do! I lost my DVD. How will I go on without my Corey Feldman/Corey Haim fix?" I guess it sounds crazy, but anything can happen when it's midnight at the lost and found...I need a coffee. What vampire movie am I looking for?

Answer: The Lost Boys

Vampire fever strikes again- "The Lost Boys" showed up in theaters in 1987 and starred Corey Feldman and Corey Haim (who later starred together in their own reality series, "The Two Coreys", and several movies before the unexpected death of Haim in 2010).

The movie also starred a young Kiefer Sutherland and Dianne Wiest. Earning over $30,000,000, this film about teenage vampires in Southern California earned a cult following and resulted in two straight-to-DVD sequels. Director Joel Schumacher would go on to film "Batman Forever", "Phone Booth", and "The Number 23". Feldman and Kiefer's half-brother, Angus, appeared in the first sequel, "The Lost Boys: The Tribe".
7. I'm certainly the lost one in this case. Somehow it's still midnight at the lost and found and the next concerned member of the line steps forward. "I'm missing my copy of Coldplay's "Viva La Vida" album," he states. "The one with that song called 'Lost' on it?" "It's not just 'Lost' without any punctuation," he replies adamantly. Which of these is on the album?

Answer: Lost!

"Lost!", with that ever-present exclamation mark, is one of the singles from Coldplay's fourth studio album, "Viva La Vida (or Death and All His Friends)". After the release of this CD, it sold millions of copies and received very positive reviews winning the Grammy for 'Best Rock Album'. "Lost!" was the third single (following "Violet Hill", "Viva La Vida", and preceding "Lovers in Japan") reaching #1 on the Billboard 'Triple A' chart and appearing on three others in the U.S. Surprisingly, however, "Lost?", "Lost@", and "Lost+" are all different releases of the same song.

The first is a remix, the second was a live recording, and the third contains a guest appearance from Jay-Z. The last of these appeared on the band's follow-up EP, "Prospekt's March".
8. Midnight at the lost and found never seems to come to an end as the next person steps up. "I'm lost," they say. "Where should you be?" "The movie theater." They want to see a movie starring Will Ferrell. What film are they trying to find?

Answer: Land of the Lost

"Land of the Lost" is another movie based on an old-school TV show, this time from the 1970s. The original "Land of the Lost" aired on NBC from 1974 to 1976 and was later remade in 1991 for two seasons. The show follows a family (sound familiar), this time in an alternate universe in which dinosaurs rule the world.

The father and his two children spend a long time trying to figure out how to get home and the 2009 film breaks free of this to follow Ferrell (as an paleontologist) and a group of others as they accidentally travel into this other dimension on an expedition.

The movie failed to recoup its $100,000,000 budget and received critical panning making it a box office failure. It was nominated for seven Razzie Awards.
9. "I was playing 'Grand Theft Auto IV'," the next in line states. "Then it wouldn't let me go any further." Luckily, since I often find myself without a line-up, I'm able to sit back and play video games on my night shifts. I realize that he's missing some downloadable content. What should I give this person waiting in line (at midnight at the lost and found)?

Answer: The code for "The Lost and the Damned"

Released on the Xbox 360 and the PlayStation IV, "Grand Theft Auto" became one of the most popular games ever released in 2008 selling millions and receiving critical acclaim. This game actually caused a dent in the movie industry taking money from a specific demographic in box office totals for the weekend of its release.

The first DLC (downloadable content) pack for this game was "The Lost and the Damned" while the second was "The Ballad of Gay Tony". The series is particularly notorious for its subject matter; the player realistically makes their way through an open city environment and has the ability to steal, get into gunfights, and participate in uh...mature themes throughout.

It's no wonder the game gets flak from concerned parents...the creators of the series "Rockstar" have been in hot water (or coffee) on numerous occasions.
10. The final person in line steps up and what do you know- it's still midnight at the lost and found. Something is wrong here. "I'm missing my Indy!" His comment sounds odd, but I guess it makes sense. What is the only film in the "Indiana Jones" series to have the word 'Lost' in its title?

Answer: Raiders of the Lost Ark

"Raiders of the Lost Ark" was Harrison Ford's first bout as the famous fictional archaeologist and adventurer, Indiana Jones. Complete with a giant rolling ball of doom and demons in a mystical box, the film earned nearly $384,000,000 to become a fairly successful, non-"Star Wars" Lucasfilms Production. Steven Spielberg directed this and the next three films in the series (all starring Ford). Because of its significance, "Raiders of the Lost Ark" was entered into the U.S. National Film Registry.

It was nominated for eight Oscars (including 'Best Picture') winning four and received critical accolades. AFI frequently features the film on its various lists.
Source: Author kyleisalive

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