Quentin Tarantino turns 60 years old this weekend, so this week’s film quiz spotlights his nine or ten movies to date…
Like Doctor Who and the smiley face icon, Quentin Tarantino is 60 this year. Accordingly, this week’s film quiz has a round about his filmography so far. His movies have plenty of quotable questions like “Do you find me sadistic?”, “They speak English in What?”, and “Are you gonna bark all day, li’l doggy, or are you gonna bite?”, but we’ve gone a different way, more in keeping with the rest of your weekly movie trivia tombola.
Once you’ve completed all three rounds, you’ll find a link to a separate post with the correct answers at the bottom of this post. As always, this is just for fun, but please let us know how you did in the comments (scores out of 30 this week) and leave us any other lovely feedback. Bonus points if anyone knows what they call Film Quiz Friday in Paris…
ROUND ONE – This Week In Movie History
- 1944 – Born this week, who plays James Bond in The Living Daylights?
- 1960 – Mother’s Day has been and gone, but which horror movie features the famous quote “A boy’s best friend is his mother”?
- 2007 – What is the name of the Spartan king played by Gerard Butler in 300?
- 1973 – In Charlotte’s Web, what type of animal is Charlotte?
- 2023 – Including this week’s new release, how many John Wick movies have been released to date?
- 2009 – Who plays mall cop Paul Blart in Paul Blart: Mall Cop and its sequel?
- 1965 – On its original release, which movie musical overtook Gone With The Wind as the highest-grossing film of all time at the worldwide box office?
- 2012 – In The Hunger Games, Katniss Everdeen comes from which of Panem’s 12 districts?
- 1999 – Which white flower gives its name to an epic drama directed by Paul Thomas Anderson?
- 1977 – Also born this week, which Oscar winner connects the 2010s horror films Mama, Crimson Peak, and It: Chapter Two?
ROUND TWO – The Quentin Tarantino Round
- Which Madonna song is the subject of the opening dialogue in Reservoir Dogs?
- Who won Best Supporting Actor Oscars for both Inglourious Basterds and Django Unchained?
- The first screenplay Tarantino sold became a 1993 film directed by Tony Scott – which film?
- Who plays Jackie Brown in Jackie Brown?
- Which of the two Kill Bill films features a cameo by Samuel L. Jackson – Volume 1 or Volume 2?
- Ringo and Yolanda are the first speaking characters in which crime movie?
- Who connects the characters Randy Miller, John Ruth, and Stuntman Mike McKay?
- For which 2005 film is Quentin Tarantino is credited as a “Guest Director” alongside top-billed directors Robert Rodriguez and Frank Miller?
- Which real-life figure does Mike Moh play in Once Upon A Time In Hollywood?
- In which 2000 Adam Sandler comedy does Tarantino play a blind street preacher?
ROUND THREE – Pot Luck
- In the news! Paramount+ has announced it’s making a sequel to which 1990s comedy starring Kenan and Kel?
- In Finding Nemo, what is the day job of the man who collects Nemo for his office aquarium?
- Who is older – Dennis Quaid or Jack Quaid?
- In what decade is 1987’s Dirty Dancing set?
- What number goes after Death Race, Dracula, and Fantasia to make the titles of three other films?
- Complete the title of the 2014 weepie – The Fault In Our…?
- Bastian Bux is the main character in which 1980s fantasy film?
- In which Brazilian city is 2002’s City Of God set?
- Which famous Jane plays Jane in 1977’s Fun With Dick And Jane?
- And finally, which horror movie has sequels subtitled Texas Blood Money and The Hangman’s Daughter?
Ready for the answers?
That’s the end of this week’s quiz – when you’re ready to check your answers, click here to get them (it’ll take you to another page) and let us know your scores in the comments below.
We’ll be back next Friday with another film quiz, but until then, why not catch up with Season 1 of our suitably named film quiz podcast, The Film Quiz Podcast, which features Nick Helm asking movie questions and occasionally berating contestants for getting them wrong. Watch this space for news about new episodes, but until then, “keep watching those movies…!”
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