Find a comfy seat and reconsider that extra-large soft drink, because this week’s film quiz covers some movies that are more than three hours long.
We’ve got a long bank holiday weekend ahead of us, so what could be finer than a round dedicated to long films? That’s why we’ve dedicated 10 of this week’s 30 questions to films that either hit or exceed the three-hour mark, as well as the usual movie-related trivia. To borrow Futurama’s logic, if it took about 180 minutes to write, it’ll probably take 180 minutes to play, right?
However long it takes, this is all just for fun, and 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. Please do get in touch in the comments and let us know how you did (scores out of 30 this week!) and give us any other lovely feedback. Now, if you’re sitting comfortably, let’s begin…
ROUND ONE – This Week in Movie History
This round is around about new releases and general film history from this week in years past – we’ve given you the year at the start of each question to help out!
- 2014 – A Dame To Kill For is the sequel to which comic book movie?
- 2002 – Which post-apocalyptic dragon movie is set in the distant future of 2020?
- 1961 – Born this week, who plays “Stifler’s Mom” Jeanine in the American Pie movies?
- 1995 – Which neo-noir crime movie won writer Christopher McQuarrie an Oscar for Best Original Screenplay?
- 1987 – What is Riggs’ first name in the Lethal Weapon movies?
- 2016 – Which comedy stars Mila Kunis, Kristen Bell, and Kathryn Hahn as misbehaving parents?
- 1997 – Which starship was designed by Sam Neill’s Weir in the horror film of the same name?
- 1984 – What is Joan Wilder’s occupation in Romancing The Stone?
- 1965 – Who plays “Dr Who” in the big-screen Amicus production Dr Who And The Daleks?
- 1998 – In which British crime movie did Jason Statham make his big-screen debut?
ROUND TWO – Bring Your Own Cushion
It’s not so common for movies to reach the 180-minute mark nowadays, but we’ve assembled 10 questions about films that last three hours or longer…
- Jordan Belfort is the protagonist of which Martin Scorsese film?
- Who directed 1960’s Spartacus?
- What is the name of the penitentiary’s resident mouse in The Green Mile?
- Who plays the titular king in The Lord Of The Rings: The Return Of The King?
- “If I Were A Rich Man” is a song from which 1971 musical adaptation?
- Whose name does Leonardo DiCaprio’s Jack shout a total of 50 times throughout Titanic?
- Which US president did Anthony Hopkins play in Oliver Stone’s 1995 film of the same name?
- 1960’s The Magnificent Seven is a loose western remake of which 1954 epic?
- Who plays motivational speaker Frank T.J. Mackey in 1999’s Magnolia?
- Which Avenger speaks the final line of Avengers: Endgame?
ROUND THREE – Pot Luck
Let’s finish with a random selection of pot luck movie questions – these could come from any era, any genre, or any level of difficulty. Enjoy!
- Complete the title of the Lonely Island’s 2016 comedy movie – Popstar…
- Who plays Charles Bronson (not that one) in 2009’s Bronson?
- Where do Monsieur Gustave and Zero work in the 2014 Wes Anderson film of the same name?
- Which action movie star does Dolly Parton transform into a country music singer in 1984’s Rhinestone?
- Which horror comedy connects Chris Hemsworth, Sigourney Weaver, and Richard Jenkins?
- Known for his roles in BlacKKKlansman and Tenet, which actor is the son of Denzel Washington?
- 1996’s The Rock is largely set inside which American prison?
- How many Star Wars films feature Billy Dee Williams as Lando Calrissian?
- Who connects the films Casino, Catwoman, and The Quick And The Dead?
- And finally, If you name Disney’s Seven Dwarfs alphabetically, who is the last one?
Ready for the answers?
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