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Quiz about Stick Figures Cue Cards Movie Quotes
Quiz about Stick Figures Cue Cards Movie Quotes

Stick Figures, Cue Cards, Movie Quotes Quiz


Remember that time I drew some historical figures and asked you to name them? Well, it's time to move into the world of cinema with a Sharpie, some cue cards, and my incredible talent for portraiture. See if you can name these actors!

A photo quiz by kyleisalive. Estimated time: 5 mins.
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Author
kyleisalive
Time
5 mins
Type
Photo Quiz
Quiz #
349,753
Updated
Dec 03 21
# Qns
10
Difficulty
Average
Avg Score
6 / 10
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Top 20% Quiz
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Question 1 of 10
1. In the 2010 Christopher Nolan film "Inception", Dom Cobb stated this line when describing how to create and shape dream worlds. This character was portrayed by what leading man, depicted in the image spinning his totem? Hint


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Question 2 of 10
2. The 2011 Oscar-winning film "The Artist" was primarily a silent film. The final lines (and the only lines) of the movie were those shown in the image featuring what French actor (the nationality of whom should be apparent by my drawing)? Hint


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Question 3 of 10
3. Sitting at a restaurant in his memories, in the 2004 film "Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind", Joel reevaluates the good and bad times of his relationship with Clementine in the image shown. What normally-comedic actor played this role and (as shown by the picture) had longer hair than normal? Hint


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Question 4 of 10
4. The 2008 film "The Dark Knight" featured an Oscar-winning performance by which actor (depicted) who passed away before the film's release? Hint


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Question 5 of 10
5. "Zombieland", released in 2009, was a clever take on the walking dead that viewers have come to expect over the years. The movie featured a cameo from what famous comedic actor, depicted in his dying moments in the image shown? Hint


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Question 6 of 10
6. Oren Peli's "Paranormal Activity" (2009) featured this comedic quote early on, before the dangers of demonic presences made themselves more frequent. Who said the line? Hint


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Question 7 of 10
7. This actor played Gay Perry, a Los Angeles private eye in the 2005 mystery film "Kiss Kiss Bang Bang". This particular line was said to dissuade two struggling actors (one of whom was a past criminal) from pursuing a developing case. Who's the actor shown to the far left in the image? Hint


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Question 8 of 10
8. In the 1999 sci-fi film "The Matrix", Neo was confronted with the truth about humanity and the 'real' world when jacked into the matrix. This particular line was said when demonstrating humanity's inevitable transformation into a source of energy. Who said it? Hint


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Question 9 of 10
9. The character depicted in this image (as if I need to explain) is none other than Ruby Rhod, an eccentric, futuristic radio host from "The Fifth Element" (1997). What actor played this role and said the line in the picture to Korben Dallas? Hint


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Question 10 of 10
10. "Jurassic Park" (1993) was certainly made with numerous quotable lines, but the one depicted, said sarcastically after many of the events of the film had past, was said by which actor who also appeared in the sequel, "The Lost World" (1997)? Hint


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1. In the 2010 Christopher Nolan film "Inception", Dom Cobb stated this line when describing how to create and shape dream worlds. This character was portrayed by what leading man, depicted in the image spinning his totem?

Answer: Leonardo DiCaprio

Leonardo DiCaprio, Nolan's first choice for the leading role in the film, ended up stating this line when discussing the construction of dream worlds with Ellen Page's Ariadne. The point is to never recreate the world from memory -- all creations should be original to prevent compromises during crucial missions. You may have recognized this actor not from the quote or film, but from his recognisable face in the image I've depicted. DiCaprio has also appeared in "Titanic", "Blood Diamond" and "The Departed", while Nolan directed "Memento", "The Prestige", and "Insomnia". "Inception" was about the ultimate heist, that of ideas, when a team of professionals delved into the mind of a major figure to plant a seed of an idea into his subconscious.
2. The 2011 Oscar-winning film "The Artist" was primarily a silent film. The final lines (and the only lines) of the movie were those shown in the image featuring what French actor (the nationality of whom should be apparent by my drawing)?

Answer: Jean Dujardin

This line was particularly notable because "The Artist", directed by Michel Hazanavicius and released in 2011, was a silent black-and-white film released in a time where movie releases were grand, colourful, and in 3D. Despite this, it was adored by critics and won Best Picture at the Oscars. Actor Jean Dujardin ended up winning Best Actor as well, becoming the first French actor to receive the award. The quote appeared at the end of the film in response to a line by John Goodman's character, Al Zimmer, who asked "Could you give me just one more?" As you can see by my picture, he's responding positively.
3. Sitting at a restaurant in his memories, in the 2004 film "Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind", Joel reevaluates the good and bad times of his relationship with Clementine in the image shown. What normally-comedic actor played this role and (as shown by the picture) had longer hair than normal?

Answer: Jim Carrey

Written and directed by Michel Gondry, "Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind" was critically-renowned, becoming an unorthodox yet successful movie release. In the film, the main characters put themselves through a scientific process by which their memories of people would be eliminated from their minds; they would be spared the suffering of their bad break-ups. Going through the process, Jim Carrey's Joel came to realize that he and Clementine (played by Kate Winslet) were probably meant to stick together, at least to some extent.

The film sifts through his memories to uncover what went wrong and how it all came to be. Jim Carrey has been (perhaps) better-known for his comedic roles, some of which include "Dumb and Dumber", "Liar Liar" and "Bruce Almighty".

The line depicted was said in a restaurant in Joel's memory. It was an inner monologue alluding to the growing issues in the couple's relationship.
4. The 2008 film "The Dark Knight" featured an Oscar-winning performance by which actor (depicted) who passed away before the film's release?

Answer: Heath Ledger

One of the top-grossing films ever released, "The Dark Knight" was Christopher Nolan's second "Batman" film (following "Batman Begins"). Starring Christian Bale as Bruce Wayne/Batman and featuring Aaron Eckhart as Harvey Dent/Two-Face and Heath Ledger as The Joker, the movie surpassed already-high expectations to sell over $1,000,000,000 in the box office.

The film followed Batman's continued brand of vigilante justice in Gotham City. "Why so serious?" became one of the movie's oft-quoted lines and is eminently memorable because of the Joker's disfigured face and grotesque smile. Ledger was so convincing in the role that he won the Oscar for Best Supporting Actor.

This was awarded posthumously -- he passed away shortly before the movie's release.

He was also known for his roles in "A Knight's Tale", "Brokeback Mountain" and "10 Things I Hate About You".
5. "Zombieland", released in 2009, was a clever take on the walking dead that viewers have come to expect over the years. The movie featured a cameo from what famous comedic actor, depicted in his dying moments in the image shown?

Answer: Bill Murray

"Zombieland" was directed by newcomer Ruben Fleischer and starred Jesse Eisenberg, Emma Stone, Woody Harrelson, and Abigail Breslin. All four fought for survival in a zombie apocalypse, traveling around the United States looking for refuge. Arriving in Los Angeles they found Bill Murray's mansion only to find that he was still alive.

When impersonating a zombie, he was shot by Columbus (Eisenberg) and, when asked if he had any regrets on his deathbed, he claimed "'Garfield', maybe". Murray reputedly had issues with "Garfield" (2004), a film for which he voiced the titular cat, because he got into it expecting a different director.
6. Oren Peli's "Paranormal Activity" (2009) featured this comedic quote early on, before the dangers of demonic presences made themselves more frequent. Who said the line?

Answer: Katie Featherston

Katie Featherston (playing Katie), ended up screaming from the kitchen at this point in the film and her boyfriend, Micah (played by Micah Sloat), raced in to help her with his brand new-HD camera, bought for the sole purpose of recording any ghostly encounters.

When he found her in the kitchen, it was only a spider. Go figure. Oren Peli's film became immensely popular after its release and was followed by numerous sequels. Katie Featherston and Micah Sloat both returned for the sequel and the former also showed up (albeit briefly) in the third.

She also acted in the Oren Peli-created TV show "The River".
7. This actor played Gay Perry, a Los Angeles private eye in the 2005 mystery film "Kiss Kiss Bang Bang". This particular line was said to dissuade two struggling actors (one of whom was a past criminal) from pursuing a developing case. Who's the actor shown to the far left in the image?

Answer: Val Kilmer

A relatively hilarious film, "Kiss Kiss Bang Bang" took elements from classic film noir novellas and movies and put them against a contemporary L.A. backdrop. Starring Robert Downey Jr., the movie was about one man's attempt to uncover the truth about a crime while practicing for a movie role -- Gay Perry (played by Val Kilmer) was meant to be his mentor. This quote was said about half-way through the movie. Downey Jr's character (Harry Lockhart) and Michelle Monaghan's character (Harmony Faith Lane), dressed in a sexy Santa outfit, were given a lecture about not pursuing the dangerous case at hand. Suffice to say they ignored the request, if only to save Perry's life.
8. In the 1999 sci-fi film "The Matrix", Neo was confronted with the truth about humanity and the 'real' world when jacked into the matrix. This particular line was said when demonstrating humanity's inevitable transformation into a source of energy. Who said it?

Answer: Laurence Fishburne

When Neo was finally set free from the matrix and brought to Zion, he discovered that the life he had been living had been a lie built into a computer program. Laurence Fishburne's character (Morpheus) informed him that the machines had taken over and had opted to use humans as no more than batteries to fuel their extensive cities. "The Matrix" was the first in a trilogy directed by the Wachowski Brothers, Andy and Larry, and starred Keanu Reeves, Laurence Fishburne, and Carrie Anne Moss. Considered one of the major sci-fi films at the turn of the century, it paved the way for new thinking about computer technology and featured mind-bending special effects.

The trilogy as a whole earned over one and a half billion in the box office.
9. The character depicted in this image (as if I need to explain) is none other than Ruby Rhod, an eccentric, futuristic radio host from "The Fifth Element" (1997). What actor played this role and said the line in the picture to Korben Dallas?

Answer: Chris Tucker

If you remember anything about "The Fifth Element", it's probably the screaming of Ruby Rhod, the oddly-dressed DJ accompanying Bruce Willis' Korben Dallas on a rigged trip to a cruise ship on another planet. The point of the trip? To locate four elements to accompany Leeloo, the fifth element (played by Milla Jovovich..."multipass?") and prevent an asteroid from hitting the planet...oh and to prevent a war. The line depicted in the image reflects the general nature of the film directed by Luc Besson (also known for "Nikita").

Although the film was certainly a cult sci-fi film and out-of-the-box to a great extent, one thing was for certain -- there was a lot of action (bombs, guns, asteroids, etc.) and a lot of Ruby Rhod.
10. "Jurassic Park" (1993) was certainly made with numerous quotable lines, but the one depicted, said sarcastically after many of the events of the film had past, was said by which actor who also appeared in the sequel, "The Lost World" (1997)?

Answer: Jeff Goldblum

Jeff Goldblum's Ian Malcolm said this in regards to the innumerable issues that became prevalent in his visit to "Jurassic Park". After the botched guided tour in the track-operated Jeeps and the injuries he sustained leading the T-Rex away from John Hammond's grandchildren, he was found and returned to the visitor's center to recuperate. Of course, the issues didn't end there.

The movie featured other dinosaur-related action scenes, as the main characters tried to escape the island, built as a luxury theme park with real dinosaurs. Jeff Goldblum returned for the sequel, "The Lost World", and both were directed by Steven Spielberg. Author Michael Crichton wrote the source material for both.
Source: Author kyleisalive

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