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Quiz about Favorite Movie Quotes
Quiz about Favorite Movie Quotes

Favorite Movie Quotes Trivia Quiz


I will give you a movie quote. It will have either been said by Kirstie Alley, Patrick Swayze, or Robin Williams in one of their movies. Your job is to decide whose movie and place it into that category. There may be spoilers in the interesting info.

A classification quiz by Ilona_Ritter. Estimated time: 3 mins.
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Author
Ilona_Ritter
Time
3 mins
Type
Classify Quiz
Quiz #
414,581
Updated
Dec 18 23
# Qns
15
Difficulty
Average
Avg Score
10 / 15
Plays
415
Last 3 plays: HumblePie7 (12/15), Guest 99 (8/15), selene_moon (13/15).
Kirstie Alley
Robin Williams
Patrick Swayze

"Ditto." "He's still a human being Philip." "He wouldn't know a new idea if it hit him in the Pachenga." "Phenomenal cosmic powers! Itty bitty living space!" "I want you to be nice until it's time to not be nice." "I'm sure that you will understand that I am going through a destructive phase." "I sort of like being right, but I do love you." "If you're that depressed, reach out to someone, and remember, suicide is a permanent solution to temporary problems." "That means the baby stays here and you sit!" "Whoa. I was having an out-of-movie experience." "Don't mess with me, man. I'm a lawyer!" "Yeah, I guess that's what you would see." "I can see! It's a miracle!" "Push a penny under the door." "It wasn't sex. It was good!"

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Quiz Answer Key and Fun Facts
1. "It wasn't sex. It was good!"

Answer: Kirstie Alley

Kirstie Alley played Marjorie Turner in "Sibling Rivalry" (1990). She was neglected by her husband, Harry (Scott Bakula), a doctor. His family (also all doctors) treated her like dirt, and she put up with it. Then her younger sister, Jeanine (Jami Gertz), who had no aim in life, and very few morals, told her to have an affair. Marjorie said she couldn't do that but then, one day, met a man at a grocery store, and they hit it off a bit too well. They did it, and it turned out the man was Charles Turner, Jr. (Sam Elliot), Harry's brother.

Marjorie broke down crying and her sister asked her why she was crying, and she said because of Charles, and when Jeanine said that Marjorie didn't even know him Marjorie confided that she knew him in the "Biblical sense". When a shocked Jeanine asked, "You had sex with your brother-in-law?" Marjorie replied, "It wasn't sex. It was good!"
2. "Don't mess with me, man. I'm a lawyer!"

Answer: Robin Williams

In "Hook", Robin Williams played Peter Banning, an uptight lawyer. Before Banning grew up, however, he was a lost boy in Neverland, named Peter Pan. Sadly, he forgot who he was, and everything about Neverland. But when Captain Hook (Dustin Hoffman) kidnapped his kids, Jack (Charlie Korsmo) and Maggie (Amber Scott) he had no choice but to return to Neverland with the help of his old friend Tinkerbell (Julie Roberts).

While there, the Lost Boys had to train him to fight Hook. They were trying to get him to remember by having a feast and insulting him, but he didn't see any food, even though they were all eating constantly. Rufio (Dante Basco), the new head of the Lost Boys, started to get on him, and finally, Peter started to attack back. The other boys cheered him on, at first his insults were lame, and he called Rufio a "math tutor". But then his insults became better and better. Finally, he called Rufio, amongst other things, a "paramecium brain" and when Don't Ask (James Madio) asked him what that meant, Banning responded "That's a paramecium!" as he pointed to Rufio. He then proceeded to define it, and yelled, "Don't mess with me, man. I'm a lawyer!" He soon learned to fight, fly, and crow.
3. "He's still a human being Philip."

Answer: Kirstie Alley

Kirstie Alley played Robin Bishop, an American History teacher in "Summer School" (1987). She had advanced kids who wanted to learn more over the summer. Meanwhile, a gym teacher, Freddy Shoop (Mark Harmon) had been blackmailed to take the summer school English class. These were not advanced kids, however, but students who failed English during the school year and had to repeat it over the summer. Shoop confessed he only became a teacher to get his summers off. At first, he just goofed off with the kids and took them on field trips to the zoo and such.

But then, Vice Principal Phil Gills (Robin Thomas) threatened to have him fired, so Shoop said he would become the model teacher and get all the students to pass the exam. Since the students had no interest in learning he bribed them all. He eventually ended up getting arrested and put in jail because an officer caught Chainsaw (Dean Cameron) and Dave (Gary Riley) on the beach with alcohol. They were underage. Shoop covered for them saying it was his and he asked them to hold it, so he was arrested for contributing to the delinquency of a minor.

He called Robin to bail him out, but she was dating Phil. Phil wanted to leave him in jail, so Robin reminded Phil that "he's still a human being, Phil." Later, she realized Phil was a jerk, and Shoop was a bit immature, but cared for the kids, and just needed some guidance.
4. "He wouldn't know a new idea if it hit him in the Pachenga."

Answer: Patrick Swayze

Patrick Swayze played Johnny Castle in "Dirty Dancing" (1987). Neil (Lonny Prince) was the grandson of the owner of the resort where Johnny was a dance instructor. He just came in on Johnny and Baby. (Jennifer Grey). He assumed that Johnny was giving her dance lessons. So he interrupted to tell Johnny that Johnny should do the final dance of the season to the Pachenga instead of to the Mamba.

Johnny was upset because he had ideas for the final dance, but Neil wouldn't even listen to him. So he told Baby (he and Baby were not doing lessons, per se, they were at this point in the movie, a couple), "He wouldn't know a new idea if it hit him in the Pachenga."
5. "That means the baby stays here and you sit!"

Answer: Kirstie Alley

James Ubriacco (John Travolta) was a taxi cab driver in "Look Who's Talking". . He took Mikey (voiced by Bruce Willis) out while Mollie (Kristie Alley) took a nap. He originally met her when she went into labor with Mikey and hailed his cab to go to the hospital. Mollie left her wallet in his cab, so he had her address.

He was trying to use her mailing address for his grandfather, to get him into a nursing home near there. Mollie and James have only just recently, officially met, but she agreed to let him babysit Mikey in exchange for using the address.

However, when she woke up, she panicked, seeing her son and the taxicab driver gone. James walked in with Mikey, and after making sure Mikey was okay she started hitting James and yelling at him.

He told her that he was babysitting. She told him, "That means the baby stays here and you sit!"
6. "I can see! It's a miracle!"

Answer: Robin Williams

Robin Williams was the voice of Batty Koda in "FernGully: The Last Rainforest". Batty had a habit of crashing into things, and he had just crashed into a tree. His eyes were closed and he declared that he was blind. Then he opened his eyes and announced, "I can see! It's a miracle!" Batty drove everyone around him rather...well batty. But they still loved him despite his quirkiness.
7. "I sort of like being right, but I do love you."

Answer: Kirstie Alley

Kirstie Alley played Mollie Ubriacco in "Look Who's Talking Too" (1990) the sequel to the 1989 hit "Look Who's Talking". Mollie and James (John Travolta), were married and had a daughter, Julie (voiced by Roseanne Barr) along with Mikey (voiced by Bruce Willis). However, the couple separated during the second movie.

There was a bad storm, and James was still planning to fly. Mollie was scared and went out to stop him. She told him that she had a gut feeling it was not safe for him to fly. When the air traffic controller told him the flight was canceled because of the weather, James told her that her gut feeling was right, and asked if she was happy. She told him she didn't care anymore about being right because she loved him.

James replied, "You do too you liar," as he laughed. She smiled and said, "I sort of like being right, but I do love you." He replied that he loved her too, and they kissed and were back together. And there was another sequel called "Look Who's Talking Now" in 1993.
8. "Phenomenal cosmic powers! Itty bitty living space!"

Answer: Robin Williams

Robin Williams voiced Genie in "Aladdin" (1992). When Aladdin went into the Cave of Wonders and accidentally discovered the lamp that Jafar (voiced by Jonathan Freeman) had sent him in to retrieve. He saw something on the lamp and wanted to know what it said, but the lamp was dirty so he rubbed it, not realizing it was a magic lamp, and was surprised when a genie popped out of the lamp.

Genie told Aladdin that he got three wishes. When Aladdin asked the Genie what he would wish for the Genie told him to be free. Aladdin was surprised to learn that Genie was a slave, to whoever owned the lamp, for three wishes. Then he had to stay in the lamp until someone else found it, so he was, essentially, a slave to the lamp. He explained (in a big voice) that he had, "Phenomenal cosmic powers!" Then he shrunk back into the lamp and finished in a tiny voice, "Itty bitty living space!"
9. "I want you to be nice until it's time to not be nice."

Answer: Patrick Swayze

Patrick Swayze played Dalton in "Road House" (1989). Dalton was hired to work as a cooler, which was a head bouncer, at the Double Deuce in Jasper, Missouri. They had been having a lot of trouble, and Dalton's reputation had preceded him. He told the other bouncers under him how to shape the place up. The first thing he told them was, "I want you to be nice until it's time not to be nice."

After a discussion about that, he told them he would be the one to decide when it was time not to be nice.
10. "Ditto."

Answer: Patrick Swayze

Patrick Swayze played Sam Wheat in "Ghost" (1990). His girlfriend, Molly Jensen (Demi Moore) would tell him "I love you." Sam could not bring himself to say the words, "I love you" to Molly so he would reply, "Ditto." Molly was upset that Sam would not say the words, but he told her they were just words, and what mattered was how he felt, not what he said.

After Sam was killed, and then helped save Molly's life at the end of the movie, he told her, "I love you, Molly. I've always loved you." She could now hear and see him briefly at this point, and responded to him, "Ditto."
11. "I'm sure that you will understand that I am going through a destructive phase."

Answer: Kirstie Alley

Kirstie Alley played Mollie in "Look Who's Talking" (1989). Mollie was an accountant who had an affair with another accountant named Albert (George Segal). Albert was married, and he kept telling Mollie he was going to leave his wife for her. Then he found reasons not to leave.

Mollie was with her best friend Rona (Twink Caplan) when they caught Albert with another woman in a dressing room. Mollie went into labor and hailed a cab.

Later, Albert wanted to meet his son (Mikey, voiced by Bruce Willis) who was now about a year old. Mollie and Mikey went to Albert's office; Albert was a jerk. Mollie finally was done when he told her not to change Mikey's diaper on the desk which cost so much. She took the dirty typer (dirty side down) slammed it on the desk and yelled, "Now it's junk." Then she delivered the line about going through a destructive phase as she and Mikey trashed the office before they left it.
12. "Yeah, I guess that's what you would see."

Answer: Patrick Swayze

In "Dirty Dancing" (1987), Johnny Castle (Patrick Swayze) was fired from his job because he was accused of stealing wallets and. Even though Frances "Baby" Houseman (Jennifer Grey) explained she was with him in his room all night, so he couldn't have done it, he was still fired because he had been fraternizing with a guest and he was considered unworthy to do so.

As he was leaving, he stopped at the cabin where the Housemans were staying, at the resort, to speak to Dr. Jake Houseman (Jerry Orbach). Johnny told Dr. Houseman how special his daughter Baby was because Johnny felt bad that Baby and her father were not speaking. After all, Dr. Houseman did not approve of Johnny. He started to tell him, "If you would only see...". But Jake cut him off and replied, "Don't you tell me what to see! I see someone in front of me who got his partner in trouble..." He referred to Penny (Cynthia Rhodes) who got pregnant (not by Johnny but by Robbie the Creep (Max Cantor), but Jake assumed it was Johnny. Johnny didn't bother defending himself, and just replied, "Yeah, I guess that's what you would see."
13. "If you're that depressed, reach out to someone, and remember, suicide is a permanent solution to temporary problems."

Answer: Robin Williams

Robin Williams played Lance Clayton in the movie "World's Greatest Dad" (2009). His son, Kyle, died embarrassingly, and Lance covered it up by making it look like a suicide. Lance, was a high school teacher, he wrote a book of poems and claimed his fifteen-year-old son wrote it before he died and his son became a celebrity.

Lance was on a show called "Dr. Dana" (Deborah Horne), where he was talking about his son's death. He said on camera (which he got from the therapist he saw at the school, Dr Pentola played by Tony V.), "If you're that depressed, reach out to someone, and remember, suicide is a permanent solution to temporary problems."
14. "Whoa. I was having an out-of-movie experience."

Answer: Robin Williams

Robin Williams voiced Genie in "Aladdin and the King of Thieves" (1996). Aladdin (voiced by Scott Weinger) wondered where his father Cassim (voiced by John Rhys-Davies) was, and when he asked Genie, the Genie turned into Pumbaa from "The Lion King" and told Aladdin "Hakuna Matata!". He then changed back into himself and told Aladdin, "Whoa. I was having an out-of-movie experience."

Robin Williams was known for not sticking to the scripts, so as a result of this Disney has hours of unused material.
15. "Push a penny under the door."

Answer: Patrick Swayze

In the movie "Ghost" (1990), Sam (Patrick Swayze) and Oda Mae (Whoopi Goldberg) return to Molly's (Demi Moore) apartment to warn her that Carl (Tony Goldwyn) was on his way over. Molly thought Oda Mae was a fake, and didn't believe Sam was there since he was dead. Sam went through the wall and told Oda Mae, "Push a penny under the door."

Once she did so, he was able to lift the penny up to Mollie, and even though she couldn't see Sam, she could see the penny moving. She knew it was him, and opened the door for Oda Mae.
Source: Author Ilona_Ritter

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