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Which of These Films is This Movie Quote From? Quiz


Match the quote on the left with the movie in which it was uttered....but be warned, I've laid some traps!

A matching quiz by Billkozy. Estimated time: 4 mins.
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Billkozy
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4 mins
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411,982
Updated
Mar 06 23
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1. "She was the Picasso of passive-aggressive karate."  
  Bee Movie
2. "To make honey, young bee need young flower, not old prune."  
  American Hustle
3. "We demand an end to the glorification of the bear as nothing more than a vicious, smelly, ill-tempered, big-headed stink machine. I believe we all know what they do in the woods."  
  I Shot Andy Warhol
4. "Now if there's one thing you can be sure of, it's that nothing is more powerful than a young boy's wish. Except an Apache helicopter. An Apache helicopter has machine guns AND missiles. It is an unbelievably impressive complement of weaponry, an absolute death machine."  
  Annie Hall
5. "My love, stay strong and you will do well in life. I love you and my children deeply. Today and tomorrow let each day grow and grow. Keep smiling and never give up even when things get you down. So in closing my love, tonight tuck my children in bed warmly. Tell them I love them, then hug them for me and give them both a kiss goodnight for daddy."  
  Parenthood
6. "No, no, no, no. I'm too young to be a grandmother. Grandmothers are old. They bake, and they sew, and they tell you stories about the Depression. I was at Woodstock, for Christ's sake! I peed in a field! I hung on to The Who's helicopter as it flew away!"   
  The Karate Kid
7. "Don't knock rationalization; where would we be without it? I don't know anyone who could get through the day without two or three juicy rationalizations. They're more important than sex."  
  Black Hawk Down
8. "That's because they don't throw their garbage away, they turn it into television shows."  
  Network
9. "I've never felt more orderly in my life. It is a shattering and beautiful sensation. It is the exalted flow of the space-time continuum, save that it is spaceless and timeless and... of such loveliness. I feel on the verge of some great, ultimate truth."  
  Ted
10. "I have always found that socially unacceptable people make the best lovers because they are more sensitive."  
  The Big Chill





Select each answer

1. "She was the Picasso of passive-aggressive karate."
2. "To make honey, young bee need young flower, not old prune."
3. "We demand an end to the glorification of the bear as nothing more than a vicious, smelly, ill-tempered, big-headed stink machine. I believe we all know what they do in the woods."
4. "Now if there's one thing you can be sure of, it's that nothing is more powerful than a young boy's wish. Except an Apache helicopter. An Apache helicopter has machine guns AND missiles. It is an unbelievably impressive complement of weaponry, an absolute death machine."
5. "My love, stay strong and you will do well in life. I love you and my children deeply. Today and tomorrow let each day grow and grow. Keep smiling and never give up even when things get you down. So in closing my love, tonight tuck my children in bed warmly. Tell them I love them, then hug them for me and give them both a kiss goodnight for daddy."
6. "No, no, no, no. I'm too young to be a grandmother. Grandmothers are old. They bake, and they sew, and they tell you stories about the Depression. I was at Woodstock, for Christ's sake! I peed in a field! I hung on to The Who's helicopter as it flew away!"
7. "Don't knock rationalization; where would we be without it? I don't know anyone who could get through the day without two or three juicy rationalizations. They're more important than sex."
8. "That's because they don't throw their garbage away, they turn it into television shows."
9. "I've never felt more orderly in my life. It is a shattering and beautiful sensation. It is the exalted flow of the space-time continuum, save that it is spaceless and timeless and... of such loveliness. I feel on the verge of some great, ultimate truth."
10. "I have always found that socially unacceptable people make the best lovers because they are more sensitive."

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Quiz Answer Key and Fun Facts
1. "She was the Picasso of passive-aggressive karate."

Answer: American Hustle

Christian Bale plays Irving Rosenfeld, who describes his wife Rosalyn Rosenfeld in this manner. She is played by Jennifer Lawrence, in an amazingly convincing ditzy way, comical, but also frustrating. The film "American Hustle" is hard to categorize in a genre which is perhaps part of its excellence. Irving is a con-man and his wife, Rosalyn, is only too happy to reap the rewards of his duplicity, although not particularly adept at helping out. And that's where Sydney Prosser, played by Amy Adams,
comes in--she is Irving's mistress and proves a very capable con-woman.
2. "To make honey, young bee need young flower, not old prune."

Answer: The Karate Kid

In the 1984 movie "The Karate Kid" Ralph Macchio plays a high school student Daniel LaRusso, new to town who gets on the wrong side of a group of bullies who study karate at a dojo with a belligerent karate master. They beat him up and he seeks the help of a lonely mild-mannered and wryly humorous handyman, a Mr. Miyagi, played wonderfully by Pat Morita, who was Academy Award nominated for his performance. Mr. Miyagi has a slew of bits of wisdom about karate and life in general that he doles out as he trains Macchio's character Danny.

In one scene for instance, Mr. Miyagi tries encouraging Danny to go to the school dance, but Danny laments that he's not into dancing and doesn't feel like it. Mr. Miyagi tells him "Oh, Daniel-San, you too much by self.

Not good." And when Danny counters that he's not by himself, he's got Mr. Miyagi as his friend, Miyagi tells him, "To make honey, young bee need young flower, not old prune."
3. "We demand an end to the glorification of the bear as nothing more than a vicious, smelly, ill-tempered, big-headed stink machine. I believe we all know what they do in the woods."

Answer: Bee Movie

"Bee Movie" (2007) is an animated comedy about a bee named Barry B. Benson (voiced by producer of the film Jerry Seinfeld) who discovers, from a florist friend, that humans eat all the honey that bees produce. So Barry decides to sue the human race. He goes to court and making his case for the hardships bees face in the process of making honey, Barry brings a bear into the courtroom, the same bear that was broadcast attacking a bee hive on the "Hive at Five" news report on television.
4. "Now if there's one thing you can be sure of, it's that nothing is more powerful than a young boy's wish. Except an Apache helicopter. An Apache helicopter has machine guns AND missiles. It is an unbelievably impressive complement of weaponry, an absolute death machine."

Answer: Ted

At the beginning of the film "Ted", starring Mark Wahlberg who has a talking Teddy Bear as a best friend, actor Patrick Stewart narrates in voice over this quote as the camera pans across a sleeping little boy with his Teddy Bear...a Teddy Bear that will become the foul-mouthed raunchy Ted voiced by Seth McFarlane. Wahlberg's John Bennett, who was that little boy, had his wish come true and his bear came to life.

But the story would lead to John having to decide whether to keep his relationship with Ted or his girlfriend, Lori (Mila Kunis).
5. "My love, stay strong and you will do well in life. I love you and my children deeply. Today and tomorrow let each day grow and grow. Keep smiling and never give up even when things get you down. So in closing my love, tonight tuck my children in bed warmly. Tell them I love them, then hug them for me and give them both a kiss goodnight for daddy."

Answer: Black Hawk Down

This is the voiceover narration during the closing scene in the 2001 war movie "Black Hawk Down" directed by Ridley Scott. It is spoken by actor Johnny Strong who portrayed Randy Shughart, a Medal of Honor recipient for his role in Operation Gothic Serpent at the Battle of Mogadishu in October 1993, that is depicted in the film. Shughart's medal however, was given posthumously, as he was killed in the process of attempting to rescue his downed comrades.
6. "No, no, no, no. I'm too young to be a grandmother. Grandmothers are old. They bake, and they sew, and they tell you stories about the Depression. I was at Woodstock, for Christ's sake! I peed in a field! I hung on to The Who's helicopter as it flew away!"

Answer: Parenthood

Dianne Wiest played Helen in the 1989 film "Parenthood" and in the scene involving this quote Helen finds out that her daughter Julie (Martha Plimpton") is going to have a baby. Helen's brother George is present as well when this is revealed as Julie and her boyfriend Tod (Keanu Reeves) have a fight and he storms out. Exasperated, Juie says, "If he thinks I'm having his baby now, he's crazy!
7. "Don't knock rationalization; where would we be without it? I don't know anyone who could get through the day without two or three juicy rationalizations. They're more important than sex."

Answer: The Big Chill

In 1983's "The Big Chill", nominated for a Best Picture Oscar, a group of friends from college get together years later on the occasion of the funeral for a friend of theirs (who was played by Kevin Costner but got completely cut from the movie). The friends stay over at the home of Harold and Sarah. During their catching up over the weekend, Michael (Jeff Goldblum) and Sam (Tom Berenger) have an in-depth conversation about their lives which they videotape themselves having while sitting on the couch, talking about manipulative people and rationalizations. Nichael makes that humorous observation about rationalizations to Sam in their debate.
8. "That's because they don't throw their garbage away, they turn it into television shows."

Answer: Annie Hall

In 1977's "Annie Hall" the Best Picture comic masterpiece by Woody Allen, comedian Alvy Singer is dating the title character, played by Diane Keaton (who won the Best Actress Oscar). The film takes place in New York for the most part but does venture to Hollywood for a bit when Alvy and Annie visit there for an awards show. Annie admires how clean it is out there in California, prompting Alvy's negative remark about Tv culture in Hollywood.
9. "I've never felt more orderly in my life. It is a shattering and beautiful sensation. It is the exalted flow of the space-time continuum, save that it is spaceless and timeless and... of such loveliness. I feel on the verge of some great, ultimate truth."

Answer: Network

In this scene from the 1976 film "Network" news anchor Howard Beale (played by Peter Finch, who won a posthumous Best Actor Oscar) lays himself open to his friend Max Schumacher, played by William Holden. Max is the TV news division president of the network Beale is on. Beale has exhibited bizarre on-air behavior, launching into maniacal rants during the news. Sadly, Max gives Beale the news that he has to replace him. Beale explains that his behavior is not due to a psychotic breakdown, but rather that he feels plugged into a sort of universal truth.
10. "I have always found that socially unacceptable people make the best lovers because they are more sensitive."

Answer: I Shot Andy Warhol

"I Shot Andy Warhol" (1996) is based on the life of Valerie Solanas, a 60's radical who wrote a manifesto called "Scum" about her hatred of males. The film opens with the actual shooting and Valerie (played by Lily Taylor) taken into custody for shooting Warhol (Jared Harris), and in flashback we see the events leading up to her anger at being ignored by Warhol, who would not entertain the idea of producing a movie of a screenplay she wrote. Actor Stephen Dorff plays the transgender Candy Darling, a member of the Warhol "Factory". Candy writes this quote in her diary. Andy Warhol would cast Candy in his films, as she was somewhat of a muse for him.
Source: Author Billkozy

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