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Quiz about Anaconda Movies
Quiz about Anaconda Movies

Anaconda Movies Trivia Quiz


What is an 'Anaconda Movie' you say. Well one that has a title that begins and ends with the same letter of course. Best of luck on the quiz!

A multiple-choice quiz by Triviaballer. Estimated time: 5 mins.
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Author
Triviaballer
Time
5 mins
Type
Multiple Choice
Quiz #
387,745
Updated
Dec 03 21
# Qns
15
Difficulty
Easy
Avg Score
13 / 15
Plays
1484
Awards
Top 20% Quiz
Last 3 plays: Guest 51 (15/15), Guest 50 (12/15), jackseleven (9/15).
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Question 1 of 15
1. Our first film involved the Hess family and a string of weird crop circles appearing throughout the world. What was this movie that starred Mel Gibson as a former priest and Joaquin Phoenix as a washed up minor league baseball player? Hint


Question 2 of 15
2. This movie's title is both a description of how our lives go haywire at times and how wine bottles should be oriented to age properly. What is the name of this film that featured Paul Giamatti and Thomas Haden Church exploring the Santa Ynez Valley of California? Hint


Question 3 of 15
3. Shia LaBeouf and Michelle Monaghan starred in a 2008 thriller about two strangers who are on the run from the FBI. Throughout the movie they communicate with a woman by phone that can see their every move and who helps them elude the authorities. What is the name of this movie directed by D.J. Caruso? Hint


Question 4 of 15
4. Set between 1939 and 1942 one of the main storylines of this film was the bombing of Darwin. What was this movie which starred Hugh Jackman as Drover and Nicole Kidman as Lady Sarah Ashley? Hint


Question 5 of 15
5. Based on a novel of the same name by Stanisław Lem, different versions of this film were released in 1972 and 2002. Starring a psychologist as the protagonist, what film takes place on a space station whose crew has gone insane? Hint


Question 6 of 15
6. Seemingly made for the roles, in this movie Will Smith starred as a dating consultant whereas Kevin James was an investment consultant who struggled to attract women. What was the name of this film in which Will Smith's character falls in love with Eva Mendes's character? Hint


Question 7 of 15
7. The main characters in this film are a genius who works as a janitor and a psychologist who is struggling to move on from his wife's death. What was this 1997 movie that primarily takes place in South Boston? Hint


Question 8 of 15
8. Sharing its name with a 1969 song by Led Zeppelin, this film grossed just $8 million in spite of featuring Matthew McConaughey, Ben Affleck, Milla Jovovich, and Parker Posey in the cast. What was this 1993 movie that told the story of the last day of school for a group of students from Lee High School near Austin, Texas. Hint


Question 9 of 15
9. Partially science fiction and partially satire, this film was based on a novel by Robert A. Heinlein. Released in 1997, which movie took place in the 23rd century and had humans battling massive arachnid-like creatures? Hint


Question 10 of 15
10. One of the primary settings of this film is in Montana where Colonel William Ludlow lives on a ranch with his three sons: Alfred, Tristan, and Samuel. What is this movie that depicts Tristan (played by Brad Pitt) being attacked by a bear at both age 12 and in his 70s? Hint


Question 11 of 15
11. Josh Kovaks (Ben Stiller) and Charlie Gibbs (Casey Affleck) enlist the help of a criminal named Slide (Eddie Murphy) in this 2011 comedy. What is the name of this film in which corrupt businessman Arthur Shaw (Alan Alda) is robbed out of money that he had robbed from other people through his Ponzi scheme? Hint


Question 12 of 15
12. In this film Llewelyn Moss finds $2 million in drug money and attempts to flee but he is chased down by a hitman named Anton Chigurh. Winning the Academy Award for Best Picture, what was this 2007 film directed by Joel and Ethan Coen? Hint


Question 13 of 15
13. In this film John Travolta plays the role of Sean Archer while Nicolas Cage plays Castor Troy. Or is it the other way around? What is this film of multiple identities that was directed by John Woo and released in 1997? Hint


Question 14 of 15
14. Interestingly, this film was the first in the Eon Productions "James Bond" series that was not formerly a title of an Ian Fleming story. What was this 1989 film that starred Timothy Dalton on a personal vendetta against Franz Sanchez who had tortured his friend Felix Leiter? Hint


Question 15 of 15
15. With music by Irving Berlin, this film featured the acting talents of Judy Garland, Fred Astaire and Peter Lawford. What was this movie that ends with two dance partners falling in love and getting engaged during a holiday? Hint



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Quiz Answer Key and Fun Facts
1. Our first film involved the Hess family and a string of weird crop circles appearing throughout the world. What was this movie that starred Mel Gibson as a former priest and Joaquin Phoenix as a washed up minor league baseball player?

Answer: Signs

Directed by M. Night Shyamalan who also appeared as the character Ray, "Signs" was a box office success with revenues of more than $400 million on a budget of $72 million. The unexpected crop circles and animal aggression in the film is the result of aliens that have landed on Earth.

The aliens eventually leave after it is discovered that their skin deteriorates when in contact with water.
2. This movie's title is both a description of how our lives go haywire at times and how wine bottles should be oriented to age properly. What is the name of this film that featured Paul Giamatti and Thomas Haden Church exploring the Santa Ynez Valley of California?

Answer: Sideways

Released in 2004, "Sideways" won the Academy Award for Best Adapted Screenplay and was nominated for Best Picture. In the film Miles and takes his soon to be married friend Jack on a road trip through wine country. Through their travels they discuss the difficulties of entering middle age, relationships, and work.
3. Shia LaBeouf and Michelle Monaghan starred in a 2008 thriller about two strangers who are on the run from the FBI. Throughout the movie they communicate with a woman by phone that can see their every move and who helps them elude the authorities. What is the name of this movie directed by D.J. Caruso?

Answer: Eagle Eye

The film "Eagle Eye" begins with Jerry Shaw (Shia LaBeouf) attending the funeral of his twin brother who was in the Air Force. Shortly after he receives a large sum of money as well as weapons and classified documents seemingly framing him for a crime. Eventually Shaw and Rachel Holloman (Michelle Monaghan) are activated by the Autonomous Reconnaissance Intelligence Integration Analyst (ARIIA) which recruits civilians to promote national security.

However, ARIIA's mission for them is to eliminate the executive branch of government, an order that they are not willing to accept.
4. Set between 1939 and 1942 one of the main storylines of this film was the bombing of Darwin. What was this movie which starred Hugh Jackman as Drover and Nicole Kidman as Lady Sarah Ashley?

Answer: Australia

Not surprisingly, the two stars of the movie fall in love, get separated, and are then reunited toward the end of the film. Much of the plot of "Australia" takes place at a cattle station known as Faraway Downs which was owned by Sarah's deceased husband. Throughout the course of the movie Sarah befriends and cares for an Aboriginal boy named Nullah and together with Drover fend off Fletcher who seeks to take over Faraway Downs.
5. Based on a novel of the same name by Stanisław Lem, different versions of this film were released in 1972 and 2002. Starring a psychologist as the protagonist, what film takes place on a space station whose crew has gone insane?

Answer: Solaris

The 1972 version of "Solaris" was directed by Soviet filmmaker Andrei Tarkovsky while the 2002 version was directed by Steven Soderbergh and starred George Clooney. In both films the lead character is sent to a distant space station that orbits the planet Solaris.

While unraveling the mysteries of the crew and Solaris, Dr. Chris Kelvin reflects on his life on Earth and accepts that he may never return.
6. Seemingly made for the roles, in this movie Will Smith starred as a dating consultant whereas Kevin James was an investment consultant who struggled to attract women. What was the name of this film in which Will Smith's character falls in love with Eva Mendes's character?

Answer: Hitch

"Hitch" was released in 2005 and the title refers to Will Smith character who is named Alex "Hitch" Hitchens. While he is very successful at helping other men gain confidence and attract women, Hitch struggles to win the heart of Sara Melas until he realizes that just being himself and not trying to impress is the best course of action.
7. The main characters in this film are a genius who works as a janitor and a psychologist who is struggling to move on from his wife's death. What was this 1997 movie that primarily takes place in South Boston?

Answer: Good Will Hunting

"Good Will Hunting" was a box office and critical success as it grossed $226 million on a budget of just $10 million and it earned Robin Williams an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor and Matt Damon and Ben Affleck Best Original Screenplay. Throughout the film several experts try and tap into the potential of Will Hunting (Matt Damon) but he lacks the motivation. Eventually he ends up leaving Boston for California to see about a girl and start a new life.
8. Sharing its name with a 1969 song by Led Zeppelin, this film grossed just $8 million in spite of featuring Matthew McConaughey, Ben Affleck, Milla Jovovich, and Parker Posey in the cast. What was this 1993 movie that told the story of the last day of school for a group of students from Lee High School near Austin, Texas.

Answer: Dazed and Confused

I love the tagline for "Dazed and Confused" which was "It was the last day of school in 1976, A time they'd never forget, If only they could remember". The film showed many of the less honorable parts of high school like bullying, hazing, drinking, and smoking as well as the influence that music had on the graduating class.
9. Partially science fiction and partially satire, this film was based on a novel by Robert A. Heinlein. Released in 1997, which movie took place in the 23rd century and had humans battling massive arachnid-like creatures?

Answer: Starship Troopers

Panned by critics, "Starship Troopers" follows the story of Johnny Rico who is a member of the Mobile Infantry in mankind's battle against the 'Arachnids'. The division's exploits are used as propaganda to encourage viewers to enlist in the 'battle to save humanity'.
10. One of the primary settings of this film is in Montana where Colonel William Ludlow lives on a ranch with his three sons: Alfred, Tristan, and Samuel. What is this movie that depicts Tristan (played by Brad Pitt) being attacked by a bear at both age 12 and in his 70s?

Answer: Legends of the Fall

The time frame of "Legends of the Fall" spanned the mid-1910s during World War I with a climatic ending in 1963 in which Tristan is fighting a grizzly bear. Throughout the film the Ludlow family copes with their mother leaving, the death of Tristan's wife, and their disagreements with the O'Banion brothers.
11. Josh Kovaks (Ben Stiller) and Charlie Gibbs (Casey Affleck) enlist the help of a criminal named Slide (Eddie Murphy) in this 2011 comedy. What is the name of this film in which corrupt businessman Arthur Shaw (Alan Alda) is robbed out of money that he had robbed from other people through his Ponzi scheme?

Answer: Tower Heist

Interestingly, the development behind "Tower Heist" began in 2005 and originally the film's plot was to have the cast rob Trump International Hotel and Tower. Several of the main characters in the film have their pensions invested with Shaw's company which embezzled $2 billion causing their pension plans to be unfunded.

While they are able to pilfer back some of their lost pension, they eventually have their own legal issues after their heist.
12. In this film Llewelyn Moss finds $2 million in drug money and attempts to flee but he is chased down by a hitman named Anton Chigurh. Winning the Academy Award for Best Picture, what was this 2007 film directed by Joel and Ethan Coen?

Answer: No Country for Old Men

Featuring top-notch acting by Josh Brolin as Llewelyn Moss, Javier Bardem as Anton Chigurh, and Tommy Lee Jones as Sheriff Ed Tom Bell, "No Country for Old Men" masterfully mixed the western genre with a fantastic story and action. Taking place in Texas in 1980, Moss takes a briefcase containing $2 million after he comes across a drug deal gone awry in which most of the culprits have killed each other. Tasked with locating Moss, Chigurh coldly kills anyone that gets in his way to retrieve the money.
13. In this film John Travolta plays the role of Sean Archer while Nicolas Cage plays Castor Troy. Or is it the other way around? What is this film of multiple identities that was directed by John Woo and released in 1997?

Answer: Face/Off

In "Face/Off" Sean Archer (Travolta) is an FBI Special Agent whose son was unintentionally killed by Castor Troy (Cage). In order to locate a bomb, Sean Archer undergoes a face transplant so that he can look like Castor Troy and convince Castor's brother Pollux to disclose the bomb's location. Eventually Archer and Troy battle each other with Troy's character being killed and Archer's character having his face transplanted back to its former state.
14. Interestingly, this film was the first in the Eon Productions "James Bond" series that was not formerly a title of an Ian Fleming story. What was this 1989 film that starred Timothy Dalton on a personal vendetta against Franz Sanchez who had tortured his friend Felix Leiter?

Answer: License to Kill

"License to Kill" is widely considered one of the darker films in the "James Bond" series. In addition to torturing Leiter, Sanchez's henchmen also murder Leiter's wife. Bond is able to get revenge on Sanchez by destroying his drug smuggling base and causing his explosion that ends up killing him.
15. With music by Irving Berlin, this film featured the acting talents of Judy Garland, Fred Astaire and Peter Lawford. What was this movie that ends with two dance partners falling in love and getting engaged during a holiday?

Answer: Easter Parade

"Easter Parade" was released in 1948 and it is well-known for its songs including "Easter Parade", "Steppin' Out with My Baby", and "We're a Couple of Swells". Fred Astaire starred as dancer Don Hewes whose partner has left him to start a solo career.

He determines that he will hire 'anyone' and make them a star and that anyone that he hires is Hannah Brown (Judy Garland) who he ends up falling in love with.
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