Movie Multiple Choice #2

Can you answer these multiple choice questions from the world of film?
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Last updated: June 18, 2020
First submittedMay 10, 2020
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1. What sport was featured in the 1993 movie "Cool Runnings"?
2. Who said "You had me at hello" to Tom Cruise?
Renée Zellweger
Cuba Gooding Jr.
Nicole Kidman
3. What annual awards ceremony honors the year's worst movies, actors, etc...?
The Golden Raspberries
The Rotten Tomatoes
The Smurfs
4. What was the subtitle of the third installment in the "Fast and Furious series"?
Electric Boogaloo
Havana Nights
Tokyo Drift
5. Whom among the following was Sean Penn once married to?
Cate Blanchett
Drew Barrymore
Sean Penn and Madonna were married in 1985 and divorced in 1989. He later married Robin Wright, but they are also divorced now.
6. Which of the following movies helped make Steve Guttenberg a star?
Police Academy
The Color Purple
7. Which of the following actors never starred as the Joker?
Heath Ledger
Jim Carrey
Jack Nicholson
Joaquin Phoenix
8. Who was the villain in "Aladdin"?
9. What type of animal appears in the opening credits of movies produced by MGM studios?
10. Which of the following things did Forrest Gump never do?
Play ping pong
Play the violin
Work on a shrimp boat
Fight in the Vietnam War
11. In what movie did the main character appear after the credits to say "You're still here? It's over. Go home."?
Ferris Bueller's Day Off
Home Alone
12. Which of these actors was in the "Brat Pack"?
Brad Pitt
Emilio Estevez
Sarah Jessica Parker
13. Where was the movie "Good Will Hunting" set?
Los Angeles
14. Everyone who has ever been to prom has heard the song "I've Had the Time of My Life". What movie did it come from originally?
Saturday Night Fever
You Got Served
Dirty Dancing
15. Complete the quote: "Mrs. Robinson, you're trying to ..."
Kill me
Seduce me
Make me cry
Level 84
May 10, 2020
Easy 100%.
Level 60
May 11, 2020
Too easy, the hardest question has 2/3 of people answering it correctly. Needs some harder questions.
Level 83
May 12, 2020
I got them all right but I don't think it was too easy. The questions seem reasonably balanced to me.
Level 67
May 14, 2020
"too" depends on your point of view. But they were relatively easy. I know nearly nothing about movies and I didn;'t do too bad on this one.

The only odd one out seemed Steve Guttenberg, have never heard of that name. Others were atleast about movies or terms I had heard about. ( I háve heard about police academy but that didnt help me)

Level 65
Jun 18, 2020
It was definitely easier than the average quiz. I got them all without pausing. I like movies a lot, but I'm definitely not a movie buff.
Level 72
Jun 18, 2020
I found the question about the setting of a movie the hardest, because that is usually not the kind of information that is very memorable - except maybe for movies where the location - or some of its features - play a major role, e.g. King Kong.
Level 73
Jun 22, 2020
The hardest one has 60%. That means that only 40% actually knew the correct answer and the other 20% got lucky on a 1/3 guess
Level 83
May 12, 2020
The Stonecutters' song started playing in my head after I read question six.
Level 49
Jun 18, 2020
I came here to say a variant of this. I'll be off now :)
Level 65
Jun 20, 2020
I've never wanted a Batman movie with Jim Carrey as the Joker more than right now.
Level 56
Jun 29, 2020
Should be called Actor multiple choice. Really hard unless you know actors and actresses.