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1. This movie about "a galaxy far, far away" was called "fairy tale rubbish" by one of its stars. He didn't have "Great Expectations", but a deal for a box office percentage from director George Lucas meant he didn't need "The Lavender Hill Mob" to make himself a lot of money. Which movie was it?
2. A Simple Minds song is the backdrop to class detention for a group of five "stereotype" students who "only met once, but it changed their lives forever". Which movie is this a description of?
3. Bud Cort and Ruth Gordon meet at a funeral in a May-December romantic dark comedy with what name?
4. Evil room 237 overlooks Colorado mountains. There's writer's block and snow. And REDRUM is neither a drink nor a horse. Which movie is this?
5. She has hard time ordering a Manhattan in a dive. Femme fatale Linda Fiorentino, as Wendy Kroy exploits and gets what she wants from any men in her path in which noir thriller?
6. Wallace Shawn has meaningful conversation over a meal at a New York restaurant with someone he's been trying to avoid for years! Which movie?
7. Character inspired by Chuck Wepner uses a side of beef as a punchbag and runs up the steps at the Philadelphia Museum of Art. Which Academy Award-winning movie is this a description of?
8. Paul Newman's "got vision and the rest of the world wears bifocals". He rides a bicycle and might have used too much dynamite robbing a train in which buddy comedy western?
9. The third movie in a series can go either way - will it be good like "Toy Story 3", or not so good like "The Godfather Part III"? Ditching Michael Myers and Laurie Strode was certainly a bold move, and the song based on "London Bridge is Falling Down" was catchy! Which third entry in a movie series was this?
10. Marlowe is loyal to his cat and his friend, Terry. He doesn't believe Terry killed his wife or himself, and won't stop digging. Which movie?
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