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2000s Movie Trivia #2

Answer these questions about movies and movie stars from the years 2000-2009.
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Last updated: December 7, 2019
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What actress played Anne Hathaway's boss in "The Devil Wears Prada"?
Meryl Streep
In what country does "Lost in Translation" take place?
Japan
What musical featured the music of ABBA?
Mamma Mia!
What team was the opposite of Team Edward?
Team Jacob
What tearjerker starred Ryan Gosling and Rachel McAdams?
The Notebook
What movie asked "are you not entertained"?
Gladiator
Who had "Billy Bob" tattooed on her arm?
Angelina Jolie
What movie was based on the life of NFL player Michael Oher?
The Blind Side
What is the full first name of Ben Stiller's character in "Meet the Parents"?
Gaylord
Who was Beatrix Kiddo on a mission to kill?
Bill
What was the first Bond movie to star Daniel Craig?
Casino Royale
Who is Mr. Incredible's wife?
Elastigirl
What movie about a person with severe amnesia was told in reverse?
Memento
What movie was named after the road that separates Detroit from its suburbs?
8 Mile
What gay writer was portrayed by Philip Seymour Hoffman?
Truman Capote
What name appeared on the fake ID in the movie "Superbad"?
McLovin
In what city did the girl from "Taken" get taken?
Paris
What superhero movie featured the character Rorschach?
Watchmen
What movie was a parody of "Scream" and other horror flicks?
Scary Movie
Who was WALL-E's girlfriend?
EVE
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level 66
Sep 1, 2015
Mrs. Incredible?
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level 58
Sep 1, 2015
Amnesia question could be 50 First Dates as well
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level 61
Sep 1, 2015
50 First Dates wasn't told in reverse.
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level 45
Oct 31, 2017
I was about to type The Bourne Identity until I saw the in reverse bit
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level 82
Nov 21, 2017
Could Eva be accepted as well? That is how Wall-E pronounces it in the movie. "Eeeeee...va!", Eve is pronounced all differently.
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level ∞
Nov 21, 2017
Ok
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level 73
Dec 19, 2017
Actually, EVE stands for Extraterrestrial Vegetation Evaluator, so I would have to disagree with this one...
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level 73
Dec 4, 2017
Quizmaster has a real love affair with Memento. It's all over the place in his quizzes. I had never heard of it until discovering this site (still haven't seen it) and because of answers in quizzes I know enough about the plot to get Memento questions right. So what, is this your favorite movie or something QM?
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level 77
Dec 19, 2017
It's a fantastic movie. You should see it.
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level 48
Dec 19, 2017
Memento is an exceptional film. I would recommend watching it more than once because the first time you will miss several important key elements. Guy Pierce is fantastic! it's hard for some people to understand because it goes back and forth between the current time and the past, but after a couple of viewings you will get it.
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level 77
Dec 27, 2017
That's not really accurate. There is one main arc of the film, in color, but the scenes are in reverse chronological order. The brilliant reason for this is so that the audience never has more information than the protagonist. The protagonist suffered damage to his hippocampus and cannot form new memories, so in every scene he is trying to figure things out without knowing what event came before. Playing the scenes backwards puts the audience in the same position he is in.

Then there's also a 2nd, much less important arc which consists of much shorter black and white segments which play forward in normal chronological order, but are mostly just the protagonist in his hotel room talking on the phone. These segments help set up some of the important back story.

At the film's climax, the two arcs converge. But yeah, it does help to watch it twice.
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level 77
Dec 19, 2017
Good group of movies. Except maybe Scary Movie. and definitely Twilight.
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level 53
Dec 19, 2017
Twilight isn't really that bad. It's only a few decades late... In the '80s it could be critically well-received... It's just romantic teen movies are more easily panned than before, and a better target for bullying the fans...
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level 80
Dec 19, 2017
I hate to be the bearer of bad news, but, Twilight is really that bad. Everything about it sucks. The story makes no sense, the acting is terrible, the characters are lifeless idiots, and it has some of the worst dialogue I've ever heard in my life. The fact that they're vampires changes nothing, especially in the last two movies, where you could have easily replaced all the vampires and werewolves with mutants and it would still be the same thing. I'm sure it wouldn't be well-received even if it was released in the 80s or 90s, and most teen romance movies are terrible anyway.
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level 77
Dec 27, 2017
If you mean the 1880s I'm inclined to agree with you. At that point it would have been simultaneously the best and worst movie ever made. In any decade after that it would have rightly been seen as the garbage it is.
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level 68
Dec 20, 2017
Is it necessary to have the word "gay" in the clue? PSH won the Oscar for Best Actor it's not like we need it to figure out the answer
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level 73
Dec 27, 2017
But his name was Gaylord in the movie.
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level 77
Dec 27, 2017
Not necessarily needed but it is probably helpful to some.
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level 77
Jun 27, 2019
Makes total sense now, but the Beatrix Kiddo question had me confused. I somehow misread that as Who PLAYED Beatrix Kiddo on a mission to kill. Tried about 5 different variations of Uma Thurman before I gave up.
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