395 Movies Trivia Questions (Straight From The Big Screen)

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August 16, 2022

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395 Movies Trivia Questions (Straight From The Big Screen)

  1. The 2014 sports drama Foxcatcher was largely set at the sprawling estate of the wealthy American du Pont family in what state?  Answer: Pennsylvania
  2. In 2003, the American Film Institute released their list of the "100 Greatest Heroes & Villains" in movie history. Two of the Top 20 villains appeared in animated movies. With one guess, name either of these movies. Hint: neither of these villains were named.  Answer: "Man" from Bambi and the Witch from Snow White
  3. What was the name of the Wyoming-set film that is based off of Annie Proulx's short story, which was published in the New Yorker in 1997? A snippet of the movie's poster is pictured below  Answer: Brokeback Mountain
  4. What is the highest grossing Rocky movie?  Answer: Rocky 4
  5. "Chariots of Fire" is an Oscar-winning movie with an iconic theme song about what sport?  Answer: Track
  6. "The Cowboy and The Spaceman" was a rejected title for what movie that eventually won an Academy Award for Special Achievement?  Answer: Toy Story
  7. In 20th Century Fox's movie franchise "Ice Age," what is the name of the wooly mammoth character? We're looking for the name of the character, not the voice actor.  Answer: Manfred
  8. Hunter S. Thompson wrote the book and Kentucky-born Johnny Depp starred in the film. What words fill in the blanks for the title? "______ and ______ in Las Vegas."  Answer: Fear and Loathing
  9. Name the only dwarf in Snow White whose name doesn't include any of the letters in "Snow White."  Answer: Grumpy
  10. What 1992 film depicts the lives of 4 real estate salesmen after their corporate owner sends Alec Baldwin's character to tell them all but the top two salesman will be fired at the end of the week? Always be closing.  Answer: Glengarry Glen Ross
  11. With what two-word phrase did the media refer to the five main actors of "The Breakfast Club?" The nickname was one letter off the moniker of a 1960s film group.  Answer: Brat Pack
  12. What 1984 movie launched a franchise about a boy who "unleashes a horde of malevolently mischievous monsters on a small town?"  Answer: Gremlins
  13. What California-set 1982 film was the highest grossing film of the 1980s at the U.S. box office?  Answer: E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial
  14. In Harry Potter's first year at Hogwarts, there are only three girls on the Gryffindor quidditch team and they all play the same position. What position do they play?  Answer: Chaser
  15. Who played Hans Gruber in Die Hard and earned a spot on the AFI's "100 Years...100 Heroes & Villains" list as the 46th best villain in film history? He later revealed he almost did not take the role as he did not think Die Hard was the kind of film he wanted to make.  Answer: Alan Rickman
  16. What 1986 movie proudly declared: "I feel the need . . . the need for speed!"  Answer: Top Gun
  17. What is the name of the coming-of-age 1982 comedy film, based on a 1981 book of the same name, that includes a famous pool scene that launched Phoebe Cates' career?  Answer: Fast Times
  18. "Blue Velvet" is 1986 neo-noir film that was directed and written by what popular "surrealist?"  Answer: David Lynch
  19. In the 1985 adventure comedy film "The Goonies," what defining physical feature was used in the name of the pirate whose buried treasure the protagonists seek?  Answer: One eye (One-Eyed Willy)
  20. What is the name of the department store in the movie "Elf" that is modeled after the real-life Macy's in New York City?  Answer: Gimbels
  21. Political activist and documentary filmmaker Michael Moore is from what now-infamous Michigan city?  Answer: Flint
  22. What movie coined the following phrase? "You can't handle the truth."  Answer: A Few Good Men
  23. What company purchased Marvel Comics for $4 billion in 2009?  Answer: Disney
  24. What Star Wars movie was the first to be released in the 1980s?  Answer: Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back
  25. What 1979 war film set in South Vietnam coined the phrase "I love the smell of napalm in the morning?"  Answer: Apocalypse Now
  26. Kenny Loggins performed the titular track of what movie which featured a devastatingly drab anti-dancing law?  Answer: Footloose
  27. What 1984 film stars Eddie Murphy as a Detroit cop who visits Beverly Hills, California to solve the murder of his best friend? The film launched Murphy's international stardom.  Answer: Beverly Hills Cop
  28. In "Ferris Bueller's Day Off," what is the proposed method of taking miles off of the odometer of the Ferrari?  Answer: Driving Backwards
  29. What famed director wrote and directed the 1986 American science-fiction action horror film "Aliens"?  Answer: James Cameron
  30. What is the single-word title of the anti-war movie directed by Oliver Stone that won the Academy Award as 1986's Best Picture?  Answer: Platoon
  31. In the 1986 film "Stand by Me," what candy is missing from the following quote? "If I could only have one food for the rest of my life? That's easy: _________. Cherry-flavored _________. No question about it."  Answer: Pez
  32. That's not a box office gross. THIS is a box office gross: what 1986 film is the highest grossing Australian movie of all time?  Answer: Crocodile Dundee
  33. What 2004 smash-hit teen comedy movie opened as a drama on Broadway in Spring 2018? The Hollywood Reporter noted in its review that one character changed from an "imperious arbiter of high school hotness to full-blown arch villainess."  Answer: Mean Girls
  34. The movie "Brian's Song" is centered around what NFL team?  Answer: Chicago Bears
  35. Turner Classic Movies began broadcasting in April 1994, and the first movie shown on air was what classic film which is based on a Margaret Mitchell novel?  Answer: Gone with the Wind
  36. Jack Black starred in a sports comedy film in 2006 that was loosely based on the real-life story of a Mexican Catholic priest. What was the name of this film, the alter ego of the priest when he entered the wrestling ring?  Answer: Nacho Libre
  37. What iconic actress plays lead female Ilsa Lund in the classic film "Casablanca"?  Answer: Ingrid Bergman
  38. What single-word five-lettered 1927 film was the winner of the first Academy Award for Best Picture?  Answer: Wings
  39. Which widow of a Beatle turned 85 in 2018 and also voiced a role in the movie "Isle of Dogs" that same year?  Answer: Yoko Ono
  40. "Night Bus" was the original title for what Oscar-winning film from the 1930s?  Answer: It Happened One Night
  41. At the end of "Annie Hall," what actress plays Woody Allen's girlfriend? This female actress later starred in "Alien."  Answer: Sigourney Weaver
  42. What was the real first name of Indiana Jones? Hint: it's not Illinois or Iowa; it's much more boring than that.  Answer: Henry
  43. What was the name for an early movie theater offering silent films with piano accompaniment that typically charged five cents for entrance?  Answer: Nickelodeon
  44. In the 1980s film "Knight Rider," what was the name of David Hasselhoff's talking car?  Answer: Kitt
  45. What R&B musician created the title track for the movie "Ghostbusters"?  Answer: Ray Parker Jr
  46. If you sum the total box offices sales of all of the movies made by each Canadian film director in history, which Canadian director has the highest total?  Answer: James Cameron
  47. The co-directors of the 2014 film "The Lego Movie" released a new film in December 2018 taking a new spin on what familiar superhero?  Answer: Spiderman
  48. Although it typically requires binoculars to spot, what famous movie villain has a sculpture on the National Cathedral? Technically, it's a limestone grotesque and part of the building's rain control system.  Answer: Darth Vader
  49. What is the movie with green slime?  Answer: Flubber
  50. What was the first Oscar nominee for Best Picture which was animated? Hint: this Disney movie predates Pixar's Toy Story, and features a mostly alliterative title.  Answer: Beauty and the Beast
  51. We know it's not a toy, but rather a living, breathing, slobbering mammal, but what is the name of Andy's pet dachshund in the Toy Story franchise?  Answer: Buster
  52. A 1903 Tribeca Beaux-Art building, home to the real-life Hook & Ladder Company 8, famously featured as the firehouse in what 1984 film?  Answer: Ghostbusters
  53. "I'm into murders and executions, mostly" is a quote from Patrick Bateman, played by Christian Bale, in what 2000 film?  Answer: American Psycho
  54. What 2010 action-comedy film based on a graphic novel series starred Michael Cera and was both set and filmed in Toronto? The film was considered a massive failure at the box office, recouping less than half of the production budget. The film includes a first and last name in its title.  Answer: Scott Pilgrim vs the World
  55. Paulie Bleeker, Vanessa Loring, and Mac MacGuff are all characters with differing, but important relationships with the title character in what Minnesota-set movie released in 2007?  Answer: Juno
  56. Within Washington DC, near where M Street becomes Canal Road in Georgetown, lies a long, steep staircase resting between a stone wall and a brick warehouse. This structure was featured in a climactic final scene in what 1973 horror movie?  Answer: The Exorcist
  57. Used as a punishment in the 2018 film "The Secret Life of Bees" and as a critical plot point in 1992's "My Cousin Vinny," what dish of boiled cornmeal came from a Native American Muskogee tribe's recipe in the 16th century?  Answer: Grits
  58. In David Fincher's 1990s neo-noir thriller film "Seven," the serial killer performs a series of killings inspired by the Bible's seven deadly sins. Which of the sins is the driving force behind the ultimate killing in the movie?  Answer: Wrath
  59. Despite poor reviews and even poorer performance at the box office, what 1999 movie set in Boston (though mostly filmed in Toronto) followed fraternal-twins turned vigilante killers became a cult favorite in part due to an exclusive partnership with Blockbuster?  Answer: The Boondock Saints
  60. Unsurprisingly, Avengers: Endgame set myriad box office records upon its April 2019 release, including a record for the largest box office haul in an opening weekend in the US with $360 million. What movie did it surpass, holding the previous record with $258 million?  Answer: Avengers: Infinity War
  61. Famed director Danny Boyle (Trainspotting, 127 Hours, Slumdog Millionaire) returns in 2019 with a romantic musical comedy envisioning a world in which only one man remembers the Beatles. What is the name of this film? Unsurprisingly, it takes its name from a Beatles song.  Answer: Yesterday
  62. In 2007 Jerry Seinfeld was the voice actor for an animated film which literally had the word "Movie" as one of two words in the film's title. The Rotten Tomatoes critical consensus proclaimed: "humorous moments, but its awkward premise and tame delivery render it mostly forgettable." What is the name of this movie?  Answer: Bee Movie
  63. What NYC-set 2010 psychological thriller film directed by Darren Aronofsky prominently features a New York City ballet troupe (but technically not the New York City Ballet) and won many awards including a Best Actress Oscar for Natalie Portman?  Answer: Black Swan
  64. The Best Picture-winning film "Driving Miss Daisy," was mostly set in 1960s Georgia and featured a Best Actress performance by what English-American actress in the titular role?  Answer: Jessica Tandy
  65. The 1939 film "Mr. Smith Goes to Washington" helped make Jimmy Stewart a star. What man directed "Mr Smith" and also directed Stewart in "It's a Wonderful Life?"  Answer: Frank Capra
  66. What word is the nickname of Tom Cruise's character in "Top Gun," an appropriate way to describe a professional Dallas basketballer, and also a TV show starring James Garner in the 1950s?  Answer: Maverick
  67. Voiced by three different actors over the course of the movie, Flower is a friend of Bambi's and also what type of animal?  Answer: Skunk
  68. For over 20 years, Jessica Tandy held the title as the oldest winner of an acting Oscar until Christopher Plummer won Best Supporting Actor in 2011 at the age of 82 for what single-word rom-com? The movie's one-word title means a person just starting to learn a skill.  Answer: Beginners
  69. What 1977 movie starring Paul Newman included a Canadian deportation as a key plot point? The film is considered somewhat unique cinematically as it was translated in colloquial Québécois French and not Standard French.  Answer: Slap Shot
  70. Despite most iterations of Spiderman depicting the NYC borough of Queens as Spidey's home, the 2018 animated film "Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse" featured what other borough as the home of the costumed protagonist?  Answer: Brooklyn
  71. Michael Rezendes, Walter "Robby" Robinson, and Sacha Pfeiffer are all members of what "team" that is the focus of a Boston-set movie?  Answer: Spotlight
  72. What "epic disaster" 2009 film with a different 21st century year as its title was partially set in Washington DC and involved the construction of nine gigantic arks in the Himalayas?  Answer: 2012
  73. Gordon Gekko famously uses a bulky Motorola 8000X Dynatac mobile phone in what 1980s movie named after a Manhattan street?  Answer: Wall Street
  74. What 2002 sports drama starring Dennis Quaid follows the real-life story of Jim Morris who had a brief Major League Baseball career that began at the age of 35?  Answer: The Rookie
  75. What spell in the world of Harry Potter is used to unlock and open doors?  Answer: Alohomora
  76. Known in part for performing his own stunts and stage combat, what British actor co-stars along Dwayne Johnson in the Fast & Furious spinoff "Hobbs & Shaw?"  Answer: Jason Statham
  77. Based on events of the 1976 Soweto riots, the Broadway musical “Sarafina!” is set in what country? The musical inspired a film version starring Whoopi Goldberg that was released in 1992.  Answer: South Africa
  78. What is the FULL NAME of the movie in which Ben Stein is listed in the end credits as "Economics Teacher" and he utters the famous line "Bueller....Bueller....?"  Answer: Ferris Bueller's Day Off
  79. Scheduled for an October 11 release, "El Camino" is a Netflix-produced film set as a sequel to what celebrate TV series?  Answer: Breaking Bad
  80. What is the fictional movie referenced many times in Seinfeld with a title that is simply a woman's name repeated? The movie's tagline is revealed as "A young girl's strange, erotic journey from Milan to Minsk."  Answer: Rochelle Rochelle
  81. Kevin Mitnick is widely regarded as one of the most well-known American computer hackers, starting with his 1981 escapades stealing computer manuals from Pacific Bell. His 1982 hack of the North American Defense Command (NORAD) inspired what 1983 film featuring Matthew Broderick?  Answer: WarGames
  82. Chesley Sullenberger is the protagonist of what 2016 film that earned $240 million at the box office and was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Sound Editing?  Answer: Sully
  83. In the Season 8 episode of Seinfeld "The Little Kicks," Jerry and Kramer film bootleg copies of movies for Kramer's friend with what B-name?  Answer: Brody
  84. "Mistress of Evil" is the subtitle of an October 2019 Disney film release which is a sequel to the 2014 live action film starring Angelina Jolie in the titular role as what Sleeping Beauty villain?  Answer: Maleficent
  85. Pilot Poe Dameron in Star Wars episodes VII - IX, the titular musician in "Inside Llewyn Davis," Standard Gabriel in "Drive," and a man with two first names. Who is this actor?  Answer: Oscar Isaac
  86. 2010 film "The Social Network" was directed by David Fincher, written by Aaron Sorkin, and adapted from the 2009 book "The Accidental Billionaires." The film follows the founding of Facebook, focusing on what current CEO of the company?  Answer: Mark Zuckerberg
  87. First mentioned in "The Goblet of Fire," what is the name for a magically enchanted object in the Harry Potter universe that allows for the apparition-less transportation of multiple people at once upon touching the object?  Answer: Portkey
  88. In the iconic film "The Wizard of Oz," what did the Lion want to attain from the Wizard?  Answer: Courage
  89. The pre-production name of "Gutsy Aorta" didn't make the cut, so the name of the movie featuring Mel Gibson as William Wallace was instead named what?  Answer: Braveheart
  90. Named the greatest female star of Classic Hollywood Cinema by the American Film Institute, what nationality was actress Katharine Hepburn?  Answer: American
  91. What idiosyncratic American filmmaker directed "The Royal Tenenbaums," "Moonrise Kingdom," and "The Grand Budapest Hotel?"  Answer: Wes Anderson
  92. What type of bird is the subject of a discussion between King Arthur and the bridge-keeper in "Monty Python and the Holy Grail?" Both African and European varieties of the bird were mentioned repeatedly. The bird shares its name with a physical act performed in part by the medulla oblongata in humans.  Answer: Swallow
  93. According to the Harry Potter books, how many total balls are used in a standard Quidditch match?  Answer: Four
  94. Named in part for the color of the Confederate flag, what is the name of the Scarlett and Rhett's child in "Gone with the Wind?"  Answer: Bonnie
  95. What is the name of the critically-acclaimed 2014 film starring Steve Carell that portrays the eccentric, dangerous behavior of multimillionaire John du Pont? The protagonist became infamous after his overzealous recruitment of Olympic wrestlers led to grisly results.  Answer: Foxcatcher
  96. Chadwick Boseman starred in what 2018 Marvel film directed by Ryan Coogler?  Answer: Black Panther
  97. Although technically set in the fictional land of Arendelle, the art directors of the movie "Frozen" have spoken in detail about their inspiration stemming from a specific country. What country is this?  Answer: Norway
  98. With the launch of Disney Plus in November 2019, Disney included the debut of a feature film that was a live action remake of what 1955 film set in an unnamed Midwestern town?  Answer: Lady and the Tramp
  99. Famed American author Louisa May Alcott lived in Boston for much of her life, but based her most famous novel on events from her childhood in Concord, MA. This novel about the March sisters had its eighth film rendition released in December 2019. What is this novel?  Answer: Little Women
  100. The Angelika, BAM Harvey, The Paris, and Magic Johnson Harlem are all names of what type of entertainment venue in NYC?  Answer: Movie theater
  101. The 2009 Disney film "The Princess and the Frog" was loosely adapted from the novel "The Frog Princess" by E. D. Baker, which is in turn based on the Brothers Grimm fairy tale "The Frog Prince." In what city was this film set?  Answer: New Orleans
  102. Despite falling down a reactor shaft at the conclusion of Episode VI, what legendary Star Wars villain made a prominent return in the final "episode" of the "Skywalker Saga?"  Answer: Emperor Palpatine
  103. Grossing around $200M worldwide, what 2019 film starring Matt Damon and Christian Bale features not one, but two transportation brands in the film title?  Answer: Ford v Ferrrari
  104. A pair of filmmaking brothers born in Minnesota in the 1950s have been nominated for 13 Academy Awards together, including a handful of wins for "No Country for Old Men." What is the surname of these brothers?  Answer: Coen
  105. The Barden Bellas are a fictional singing group depicted in what 2012 movie?  Answer: Pitch Perfect
  106. Since the 1970s, the masala film, which uses elements of action, comedy, romance, and drama along with musical numbers, has been the most popular commercial genre in what country? This country's movie scene is typically known by a popular portmanteau.  Answer: India (Bollywood)
  107. At the age of 82, Canadian actor Christopher Plummer was the oldest person to have won an Oscar at the time of his victory in the Best Supporting Actor category in 2012. Plummer had rocketed to fame 47 years earlier for his role as Captain Von Trapp in what musical film?  Answer: The Sound of Music
  108. In what 1990 action film does Bruce Willis's character partner with a janitor at Dulles International Airport to track down terrorists controlling an air traffic control tower? The events occur on Christmas Day, much like the preceding film in the franchise.  Answer: Die Hard 2
  109. With a single guess, name either of the Monty Python members that teamed up for the 1988 heist comedy "A Fish Called Wanda."  Answer: John Cleese or Michael Palin
  110. The 2015 romantic drama film titled "Brooklyn" follows the life of recent Brooklyn immigrant Eilis Lacey as she grapples with her life away from her home of Enniscorthy, a town in what country?  Answer: Ireland
  111. 2017 spy thriller "Atomic Blonde" stars what South African-American Academy Award-winning actress who also starred in a "Wee Britain"-based Arrested Development storyline?  Answer: Charlize Theron
  112. 2018 sports comedy film "Uncle Drew" was the first full-length feature to involve the faux-elderly basketball player who is in fact played by what prosthetic-laden NBA star?  Answer: Kyrie Irving
  113. Aunt Em and Uncle Henry are the caretakers of what famed female protagonist played by Judy Garland?  Answer: Dorothy Gale
  114. Almost Famous, How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days, Raising Helen, The Skeleton Key, and Bride Wars are all films on what American actress/author/fashion designer's resume?  Answer: Kate Hudson
  115. Spahn Movie Ranch was a 55-acre ranch with Western movie sets and horse rentals that reached more fame when it was home to what "family" in 1968 and 1969?  Answer: Manson Family
  116. What disgraced film celebrity's criminal trial began in Manhattan in January 2020, more than two years after numerous public allegations of rape and sexual assault? Annabella Sciorra is one of the multiple women who testified during the opening days of the trial.  Answer: Harvey Weinstein
  117. The fictional setting of Eden Hall Academy is a Minnesotan school in what sports film franchise with main characters Gordon Bombay and Charlie Conway?  Answer: The Mighty Ducks
  118. In the Star Wars universe, the most famous of all YT-1300 Corellian light freighters is most certainly Han Solo's Millennium Falcon that he co-pilots with Chewbacca. What gambler and con-artist was the prior owner of the ship?  Answer: Lando Calrissian
  119. A Canadian actor began his acting career on the Mickey Mouse Club as a teen in 1993 and transitioned to adult stardom with the massively popular "The Notebook" in 2004 and an Academy Award nomination in 2006 for "Half Nelson." Who is this Ontarian?  Answer: Ryan Gosling
  120. What is the generic term for the fictional flying cars used in the film "Blade Runner?" In the film, they are mainly used by the police to patrol and survey the population. This seven-letter term sounds like it could also describe a part of the game "Twister."  Answer: Spinner
  121. In Spike Lee's 1989 Academy Award-nominated film "Do The Right Thing," a scuffed pair of Jordan sneakers incites a tense, racially-driven interaction in what Brooklyn neighborhood?  Answer: Bedford Stuyvesant
  122. The annual "awards" given out around the same time as the Oscars that “honor” the best of the worst in film, acting, and directing celebrated their 40th anniversary in 2020. What is the name of these "awards?"  Answer: The Golden Raspberries (Razzies)
  123. What classic literary villain, described as a “Machiavellian schemer and manipulator” shares his name with an avian sidekick in the Disney film "Aladdin?"  Answer: Iago
  124. The iconic, Lego-based music video for the White Stripes song “Fell in Love With a Girl” was filmed using what animation technique featured in many Christmas movies past?  Answer: Stop motion
  125. The 1965 science fiction novel "Dune" was the winner of the inaugural Nebula Award for Best Novel and was considered at one point as the world's best-selling science fiction novel. It is also being adapted into a film with a scheduled 2020 release. Who authored this work?  Answer: Frank Herbert
  126. The animated part of the film "Osmosis Jones" takes part within what famous comedic actor's body? This man first rose to fame through Saturday Night Live and later starred in "Tootsie" and "Scrooged."  Answer: Bill Murray
  127. The song "Eye of the Tiger" was originally released on the soundtrack of the third film in what famous franchise?  Answer: Rocky
  128. Indian author Vikas Swarup wrote a 2005 novel titled "Q & A" involving a game show that was (loosely) adapted into a 2008 British film that later won the Academy Award for Best Picture. What was the name of the adaptation?  Answer: Slumdog Millionaire
  129. What "sweet" Canadian actor and comedian rose to fame as a member of the Toronto branch of the Second City, starred in major movies like "Uncle Buck," and died of a heart attack in Mexico at the age of 43?  Answer: John Candy
  130. Costa Rica was one of two filming locations (along with Texas) for the second film in what American action-comedy-adventure film series? The movie was subtitled "The Island of Lost Dreams" and starred two very young espionage experts.  Answer: Spy Kids
  131. The movie features an ex-con former Boston police office, was released on Netflix in March 2020, and was touted by Netflix on an earnings call as having gained over 80 million viewers. What is this Mark Wahlberg-starring film?  Answer: Spenser Confidential
  132. Iron Man is famously known as the first movie in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. What Louis Leterrier-directed film was the second? It was released only six weeks after Iron Man.  Answer: The Incredible Hulk
  133. The language spoken by the Ewoks is a combination of two real-life languages. With one guess, name either of these languages.  Answer: Tibetan and Nepalese
  134. Kaecilius, The Ancient One, and Dr. Nicodemus West are all characters in what 2016 Marvel movie?  Answer: Doctor Strange
  135. At the 2010 Academy Awards, the winning film for Best Animated Feature was a Disney-Pixar film featuring Kevin, Charles Muntz, Carl, Russell, and a dog named Dug. What is this helium-inflated film?  Answer: Up
  136. A 1989 drama film starring Robin Williams was filmed largely at St. Andrew's School in Middletown, Delaware. What is the name of this film which prominently quoted Walt Whitman's "O Captain! My Captain"?  Answer: Dead Poet's Society
  137. 1428 is the street number for a famous fictional house in Springwood, Ohio that was the home Nancy Thompson and her mother in a 1984 horror movie. What is the street on which this house (1428) is located?  Answer: Elm Street (Nightmare on Elm Street)
  138. What dangerous-sounding 2019 film starred Daniel Craig and Ana de Armas and largely revolved around the events of an 85th birthday party at a mansion in Massachusetts? Shooting for the movie was done in many Massachusetts towns including Boston, Easton, Marlborough, Natick, Wellesley, Waltham, and Medfield.  Answer: Knives Out
  139. As of June 2020, there is one movie in the Marvel Cinematic Universe that features Washington DC as a prominent setting in the film. On-site filming took place at the National Mall, the Theodore Roosevelt Bridge, the Willard Hotel, and Dupont Circle. What is this 2014 film?  Answer: Captain America: The Winter Solider
  140. Sacramento native Brie Larson starred as Captain Marvel in the 2019 Marvel film of the same name. What is her Earthly or Kree name in the film?  Answer: Carol Danvers or Vers
  141. What Chuck Berry song did Marty McFly play at the Enchantment Under the Sea dance in “Back to the Future”?  Answer: Johnny B. Goode
  142. What was the “Friends”ly name of the horse in the 2011 epic film “War Horse”?  Answer: Joey
  143. What “Pulp Fiction” actor was George Lucas’ second choice to play Han Solo and would have taken the role had Harrison Ford declined it?  Answer: Christopher Walken
  144. Where were the majority of the exterior scenes of Tatooine filmed in the original “Star Wars” trilogy?  Answer: Tunisia
  145. Which musician, writer, and actor landed the role of Lando Calrissian in "Solo: A Star Wars Story?"  Answer: Donald Glover (Childish Gambino)
  146. In 1999 Shigetaka Kurita invented what keyboard additions for cell phones that would eventually replace emoticons and even get their own movie?  Answer: Emojis
  147. What 2019 movie based on a long-running musical received overwhelmingly negative reviews from both critics and the public despite its all-star cast, which includes Dame Judi Dench, Idris Elba, and Jennifer Hudson?  Answer: Cats
  148. What 1995 coming-of-age comedy set in California is loosely based on Jane Austin's 1815 novel Emma?  Answer: Clueless
  149. What alliterative actor came to fame as Hawkeye Pierce in MASH and more recently had a supporting role in Noah Baumbach's Netflix-produced film "Marriage Story"?  Answer: Alan Alda
  150. What Minnesota-born actress left the television show "7th Heaven" in 2006 and had earlier starred in "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre" and "The Rules of Attraction?"  Answer: Jessical Biel
  151. The 2019 film "Just Mercy" starring Michael B. Jordan and Jamie Foxx was based on a the memoir of young defense attorney Bryan Stevenson. The book and movie focus on what two-word place in a prison that houses inmates awaiting execution?  Answer: Death Row
  152. The 2012 song "Skyfall" was written and recorded for the James Bond film of the same name. It won an Academy Award, a Grammy Award, and a Golden Globe for Best Original Song, as well as the Brit Award for British Single of the Year. What singer co-wrote and performed the track?  Answer: Adele
  153. The Empire Strikes Back hit theaters during Memorial Day Weekend in 1980. That same week, an iconic horror film opened but had a relatively weak opening box office because it was counter-programmed against the Star Wars installment. What was this Jack Nicholson-starring horror film?  Answer: The Shining
  154. What is the name of the Oscar-winning 2019 Netflix documentary about the opening of Chinese-backed Fuyao glass factory in Moraine, Ohio? The film was produced by Higher Ground Productions, the production company of Barack and Michelle Obama.  Answer: American Factory
  155. What film beat out “Milk” and “The Curious Case of Benjamin Button” to win the Best Picture Oscar in 2009? The film was directed by Danny Boyle and starred Dev Patel.  Answer: "Slumdog Millionaire"
  156. Both filmed and set in Sacramento, a 2017 coming-of-age film earned five Oscar nominations: Best Picture, Best Actress, Best Supporting Actress, Best Original Screenplay, and Best Director. What is this two-word film that is not about a former U.S. First Lady?  Answer: Lady Bird
  157. T'Challa is a Marvel Comics character created by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby. T'Challa is most often known by the name of his alter ego. What is this alter ego?  Answer: Black Panther
  158. In the movie "Legally Blonde," protagonist Elle Woods wins the case for her client by pointing out a flaw in the story of a perjuring witness. What hairstyle fills in the blank of Elle's famous following quote: "Isn't the first cardinal rule of ______ maintenance that you're forbidden to wet your hair for at least 24 hours...at the risk of deactivating the immonium thygocolate?"  Answer: Perm
  159. Outflix is an annual festival in Memphis that celebrates and features what medium of art?  Answer: Film
  160. Considering that protagonist Chuck Noland is a systems analyst working for FedEx, it is not too surprising that the 2000 drama directed by Robert Zemeckis was set partly in Memphis. What is this film with impressively few lines of inter-character dialogue?  Answer: Cast Away
  161. Jake Ryan is the love interest throughout what 1984 film that doubled as John Hughes's directorial debut? The film's name could be described as "numerically flammable."  Answer: Sixteen Candles
  162. According to the Marvel Cinematic Universe, two of the primary Avengers were born in New York City. Tony Stark was born in Manhattan, and what other character was born in Brooklyn?  Answer: Captain America
  163. Although he was born in Nebraska and primarily raised in Texas, the American singer-songwriter Elliott Smith is popularly associated with Portland as this is where he spent much of his adult life and where he reached fame as a guitarist and poet. In particular, Smith rocketed to fame when his song "Miss Misery" was included in the soundtrack to what 1997 film? Smith was nominated for a Best Original Song Oscar for the track as well.  Answer: Good Will Hunting
  164. Named after a famous British computer scientist, what is the name of the test that is meant to determine the difference between a computer and human and was featured prominently in the film "The Imitation Game"?  Answer: Turing Test
  165. In a 1987 film starring Peter Weller and Nancy Allen, the city of Detroit signs a deal with the company Omni Consumer Products to re-build parts of the city into a utopia and introduce a law enforcement robot ED-209. What is this film?  Answer: RoboCop
  166. In the 2020 Disney-Pixar film "Soul," the list of voice actors includes Jamie Foxx, Tina Fey, and Ahmir Khalib Thompson among others. By what name is that last voice actor better known? This Philadelphia-born man has featured as the drummer and co-frontman for The Roots since the 1990s.  Answer: Questlove
  167. What author, who is far more famous for creating another character of page and screen, wrote the novel "Chitty Chitty Bang Bang" in 1964? Many of the characters this author created were known by a single letter or a number.  Answer: Ian Fleming
  168. Tinky-Winky, Dipsy, Laa Laa, and Po are the four members of what British TV group?  Answer: Teletubbies
  169. In the first of The Avengers movies, Captain America, Black Widow, Thor, Iron Man and what other member of the group defend New York City against the Chitauri while evacuating civilians?  Answer: Hawkeye
  170. In the movie's opening, Thackery Binx sees his little sister being taken to the cottage of three witches on October 31, 1693. The remainder of the movie takes place in 300 years later, in 1993. What is his popular Halloween-themed film?  Answer: Hocus Pocus
  171. The movie includes a titular track from Kenny Loggins, Kevin Bacon performs much of his character's dancing, and John Lithgow leads the charge to ban dancing. All of this occurs in what 1984 film?  Answer: Footloose
  172. What is the name of the 2019 American television show released on HBO which narrates the formative experiences of friendships, relationships, identity and trauma among a group of high school students? The show famously stars Hunter Schafer and Zendaya; the latter won a 2020 Emmy for her performance in the Best Lead Actress in a Drama category and is the youngest recipient of this award.  Answer: Euphoria
  173. The opening of a crate and revealing a "leg lamp" is a pivotal scene in what 1983 holiday classic movie?  Answer: A Christmas Story
  174. Only four years separate the two Oscar Best Picture winners with "million" in their titles. Name the film which won the award FIRST.  Answer: Million Dollar Baby
  175. Moto Moto is an animated hippo known for his flirtatious attitude and also for an extremely popular meme of Moto Moto exiting a pond. From what movie franchise is Moto Moto from?  Answer: Madagascar
  176. What 1997 Disney film features Greek mythology and was determined by the UK Film Review site "Top 10 Films" to be the third most deadly Disney movie of all time with over 20,000 deaths?  Answer: Hercules
  177. What event does Anakin Skywalker win to secure his freedom in "Star Wars: The Phantom Menace"?  Answer: Podrace
  178. Which 1987 comedy stars Steve Martin and John Candy trying to get home to Chicago from New York City?  Answer: Planes Trains and Automobiles
  179. English actress Helena Bonham Carter has been known for roles in both indie films and blockbusters. She has also been romantically partnered with two men well-known in the movie world for multiple years. With one guess, name either of these men.  Answer: Kenneth Branagh and Tim Burton
  180. Rowan Atkinson is a British actor that is likely most well-known for playing Mr. Bean. He has also voiced characters in animated roles such as Zazu in what film?  Answer: The Lion King
  181. Matthew McConaughey famous movie line "alright, alright, alright" took place in what movie set on May 28, 1976 at Lee High School in Austin?  Answer: Dazed and Confused
  182. What is the name of the 2016 biographical drama starring Dev Patel based on the 2013 non-fiction book "A Long Way Home" that is largely set in Melbourne and prominently features the use of Google Maps to locate an Indian village?  Answer: Lion
  183. The Shrine Building and Riverside Drive both featured in what 1993 film based on a John Grisham novel and starring Tom Cruise and Holly Hunter that was filmed and set in Memphis?  Answer: The Firm
  184. What faux-musical group that became famous on SNL stars in the 2016 film "Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping?" The group wrote and produced the film which features the rise and fall of Conner Friel as he sells his mansion and moves to Sacramento.  Answer: The Lonely Island
  185. Despite being named "Endgame", it was not in fact the final film in Marvel's "Phase Three" of MCU films. What film was the final film in this series of superhero movies?  Answer: Spider-Man: Far from Home
  186. The 1993 film "Philadelphia" was one of the first mainstream movies from Hollywood to directly acknowledge HIV/AIDS and homophobia. Which of the movie's actors won an Oscar for their performance in this film?  Answer: Tom Hanks
  187. In 1998. Jeff Bezos made a deal with British film fan Col Needham to purchase what movie database site for $55 million?  Answer: IMDb
  188. Who discovered three bombs hidden at the 1996 Atlanta Summer Olympics and evacuated the area, saving many lives and inspiring a namesake 2019 Clint Eastwood movie?  Answer: Richard Jewell
  189. Aside from being a tabloid publication, TMZ also stands for what area of Southern California where movies can be shot without having to pay union employees added "on location" payments?  Answer: Thirty Mile Zone
  190. The gift of a two-story library from one title character to the other is a central moment in what 1991 Disney animated film?  Answer: Beauty and the Beast
  191. Three-time "RuPaul's Drag Race" alum Shangela was personally cast by Lady Gaga in a cameo role in what 2018 film?  Answer: A Star Is Born
  192. What Chicago airport "played" both itself and Paris's Orly Airport in the 1990 holiday classic, "Home Alone"?  Answer: O'Hare
  193. Hugh Grant was extremely reluctant to film the scene in which he boogies through 10 Downing Street to "Jump (For My Love)" in what classic 2003 Christmas movie?  Answer: Love Actually
  194. "Olaf's Frozen Adventure" was a 22-minute-long, critically panned holiday-themed "short" film that was paired with what 2017 Oscar-winning Pixar movie?  Answer: Coco
  195. A young boy takes a train to the North Pole on Christmas Eve in what classic 1985 children's book by Chris Van Allsburg?  Answer: The Polar Express
  196. In "The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe," what magical country does the White Witch put a spell on so that it is always winter but never Christmas?  Answer: Narnia
  197. In the classic 1957 children's book, "How the Grinch Stole Christmas," what is the name of the town the Grinch steals holiday presents and decorations from?  Answer: Whoville
  198. You can visit the house from the classic film "A Christmas Story" in the Tremont neighborhood of what Midwestern U.S. city?  Answer: Cleveland
  199. The bittersweet song "Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas" is originally from what Judy Garland movie musical with a US city in its name?  Answer: Meet Me in St. Louis
  200. What 1973 nonfiction book by Oliver Sacks was adapted into a 1990 film starring Robin Williams as a neurologist?  Answer: Awakenings
  201. Based on the ABBA Broadway musical of the same name, what 2008 Meryl Streep movie was shot mostly on the Greek island of Skopelos?  Answer: Mamma Mia!
  202. What star of "Love & Mercy" and the "Hunger Games" movies paraded through Harvard Square in January 2020, as the recipient of its Hasty Pudding Woman of the Year award?  Answer: Elizabeth Banks
  203. The 2007 American comedy film "Hot Rod" includes what former-SNL comedian in the starring role as amateur stuntman Rod Kimble?  Answer: Andy Samberg
  204. Featuring Disney's first African-American princess, the 2009 film "The Princess and the Frog" takes place in what southern American city?  Answer: New Orleans
  205. "Going to the mattresses," or hiding out from enemies, was a term popularized by what 1969 Mario Puzo novel and its film adaptation?  Answer: The Godfather
  206. What actor, whose film roles include Jackie Robinson and James Brown, died tragically of cancer at age 43 in August 2020?  Answer: Chadwick Boseman
  207. What star of "Creed" and "Black Panther" did People magazine choose as its Sexiest Man Alive for 2020?  Answer: Michael B Jordan
  208. Actor Taron Egerton won a Golden Globe for his singing-and-dancing portrayal of Elton John in what 2019 film?  Answer: Rocketman
  209. Disney's official princesses include two redheads: Ariel of "The Little Mermaid" and Scottish lass Merida, from what 2012 film?  Answer: Brave
  210. Deep-voiced actors Jeremy Irons in 1994, and Chiwetel Ejiofor in the 2019 remake, played what character in Disney's "The Lion King?"  Answer: Scar
  211. Warner Bros. Pictures Canada once set up a 12-foot-high voodoo doll of a corporate manager in Montreal, to promote what 2011 Jennifer Aniston comedy?  Answer: Horrible Bosses
  212. Known for her performances in The Farewell, Ocean's Eight, and Crazy Rich Asians, actress and comedian Nora Lum is better known by the stage name she used to release rap music. What is that stage name, which is a homophone of a brand of bottled water?  Answer: Awkwafina
  213. "______ Allocation Load-Lifter: Earth-class" is technically the name of a beloved movie character from a 2008 film revolving around environmental, romantic, and technological themes. What word is missing from the blank?  Answer: Waste
  214. Colorado Springs is one of the settings along with London in what magician-focused 2006 Christopher Nolan-directed movie? In the film, Colorado Springs serves as the homebase for the experiments of Nikola Tesla (played by none other than David Bowie!) during his ongoing professional rivalry with Thomas Edison.  Answer: The Prestige
  215. What is the two-word name of the 2020 American "rom com" that debuted on Hulu and features Kristen Stewart, Mackenzie Davis, and Alison Brie?  Answer: Happiest Season
  216. Walt Disney received eight honorary Oscar awards for what 1937 film, the first full-length animated movie released by his studio?  Answer: Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
  217. In all four Toy Story films, comedian Don Rickles provided the voice for what classic toy first introduced in 1952?  Answer: Mr. Potato Head
  218. The 1988 film Stand and Deliver is based on the true story of educator Jaime Escalante's efforts to teach high school students what branch of mathematics, whose development has been attributed to both Isaac Newton and Gottfried Leibniz?  Answer: Calculus
  219. With one guess, name either of the two films for which Mahershala Ali won an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor. (Each film also won the award for Best Picture.)  Answer: Moonlight, Green Book
  220. What former "American Idol" contestant and Oscar winner played Grizabella in the critically panned 2019 movie version of "Cats?"  Answer: Jennifer Hudson
  221. English actress Sophie Turner played both Sansa Stark on "Game of Thrones" and the title character of what 2019 X-Men movie?  Answer: Dark Phoenix
  222. What beloved American film star, who announced his COVID-19 diagnosis on Instagram on March 11, 2020, was the most-searched actor of 2020, according to Google Trends?  Answer: Tom Hanks
  223. Adapted into a 2020 Netflix film, "Ma Rainey's Black Bottom" is one of the ten plays about the Black American experience known as the Pittsburgh Cycle, by what playwright?  Answer: August Wilson
  224. How many standard times zones are within Canadian borders?  Answer: Six
  225. What creatively-named solar company was founded by Shawn Qu in Ontario in 2001? The company has more than 13,000 employees today, is publicly traded on the NASDAQ, and manufactures solar PV modules.  Answer: Canadian Solar
  226. The film's title comes from a lyric in "Jingle Bells," stars Arnold Schwarzenegger, and details a Christmas Eve hunt for a hard-to-find last-minute toy named Turboman. What is the film?  Answer: Jingle all the Way
  227. What is the name of the multi-sport event featuring thousands of athletes from the Americas in summer sports that Toronto hosted in 2015?  Answer: Pan American Games
  228. After playing the title character in three "Karate Kid" movies, what actor went on to play Billy Gambini, the college student falsely accused of murder, in "My Cousin Vinny?"  Answer: Ralph Macchio
  229. An Algonquin or Ojibwe word meaning "where the river narrows" became the name of what province where the Saint Lawrence does actually narrow?  Answer: Québec
  230. Played by Letitia Wright, what character, the sister of King T'Challa, is rumored to be the next Black Panther in future films of the franchise?  Answer: Shuri
  231. The Penguin, Colonel Mustard, Colonel Klink, Mr. Peanut, Count von Count, and Charlie McCarthy are a few famous fictional wearers of what optical accessory?  Answer: Monocle
  232. “…of a Dangerous Mind” and “…of a Teenage Drama Queen” end 2000s movie titles that start with what word that was the full title of a 2004 Usher album?  Answer: Confessions
  233. The climax of "Battlefield Earth" finds one of the alien invaders trapped behind gold bars in what Kentucky place?  Answer: Fort Knox
  234. Starring Keira Knightley and Parminder Nagra, what 2002 film tells the story of Jesminder "Jess" Bhamra, a young woman of Indian descent who defies her parents' wishes to play on a London soccer team?  Answer: Bend It Like Beckham
  235. The fictional gas brand Dinoco is featured in several Pixar films, including what 1995 movie that debuted Woody and Buzz Lightyear?  Answer: Toy Story
  236. On one particularly productive day, Dolly Parton wrote both "Jolene" and what other song that would become a huge hit for Whitney Houston as part of the soundtrack to a 1992 movie?  Answer: I Will Always Love You
  237. Famously, an argument from "American Chopper" has been captioned with different types of arguments for many years. In 2019, a new "argument meme" from the movie "Marriage Story" rose to prominence, featuring Adam Driver and what other actor?  Answer: Scarlett Johansson
  238. Tony Stark tries on his magnanimous dude persona at the start of "Captain America: Civil War" by funding all student projects at what New England school?  Answer: MIT
  239. What "canine" 1997 film stars Robert De Niro as a spin doctor who conspires to fake a war in Albania to distract Americans from a presidential sex scandal?  Answer: Wag the Dog
  240. Starring Julius Erving, the 1979 film "The Fish That Saved Pittsburgh" is the story of a basketball team handpicked so that they all share what astrological sign?  Answer: Pisces
  241. Not wanting to be associated with prostitution, Ferrari and Porsche declined use of their cars for what 1990 Garry Marshall rom-com?  Answer: Pretty Woman
  242. "Scary Movie" was the working title for what 1996 horror film written by Kevin Williamson?  Answer: Scream
  243. The 1940 noir film "They Drive by Night" featured an independent truck driver struggling to become economically stable during the Great Depression. The film co-starred what American film star that was named the "greatest male star" of classic American cinema by the American Film Institute?  Answer: Humphrey Bogart
  244. What famously violent barber character was first introduced in "The String of Pearls" Victorian serial in 1846? The character also featured in a Tony award-winning musical and a 2007 film rendition.  Answer: Sweeney Todd
  245. In the affectionate Star Wars parody, “Space Balls,” the film renames the slimy crime lord “Jabba” to something far less sinister and perhaps a bit more delicious. What is this character’s new name?  Answer: Pizza the Hut
  246. Forrest Gump sported a red, white, and blue pair of what conquistador-named classic Nike model first trotted out at the '72 Olympics?  Answer: Cortez
  247. What 2002 Disney animated film is a sci-fi adaptation of one of Robert Louis Stevenson's most famous adventure novels? (Name the movie, not the book.)  Answer: Treasure Planet
  248. Porg flock around Luke's island home in The Last Jedi, but they are actually only in the movie because the VFX team decided it would be easier to animate over the very prolific animals rather than remove them in post. What is this pesky animal?  Answer: Puffins
  249. The BTS member with the shortest stage name uses what single letter that served as the name of the titular anarchist in a 2005 Natalie Portman film?  Answer: V
  250. One of Kevin McCallister's "Home Alone" traps involved setting a bunch of what alliterative Galoob toy car brand at the bottom of a staircase?  Answer: Micro Machines
  251. Samuel Jackson got digitally de-aged for what superhero movie that anagrams to "Valiant Camper"?  Answer: Captain Marvel
  252. The classic movie "Chinatown" was inspired by real-life "wars" over what very precious resource?  Answer: Water
  253. What NYC-born American was once deemed the "greatest entertainer ever to grace a stage in these United States"? This man helped break the race barrier in the segregated entertainment industry, frequently partnered with Frank Sinatra and Dean Martin, featured in "Ocean's 11", and had a glass eye for much of his professional career.  Answer: Sammy Davis Jr
  254. Shadow Man, Tiana, and Louis the Alligator are all characters in what 2009 animated Disney film?  Answer: The Princess and the Frog
  255. William H. Macy plays a Minnesota man who pays thugs to kidnap his wife so he can collect the ransom, in what classic 1996 dark comedy film?  Answer: Fargo
  256. The director of "The Lord of the Rings" trilogy shot each of the three films in his native country, New Zealand. Who directed the films of "The Lord of the Rings" trilogy?  Answer: Peter Jackson
  257. In the film "Cast Away," Chuck Noland reaches an uninhabited island after a plane crashes into which ocean?  Answer: The Pacific Ocean
  258. What 1993 film starring Robin Williams takes place in San Francisco?  Answer: Mrs. Doubtfire
  259. Artist Al Hirschfeld's work influenced the design of what blue character featured in a 1992 Disney animated film?  Answer: The Genie
  260. Seattle's fictional Padua High School is the setting for many scenes in what 1999 teen rom-com based on Shakespeare's "The Taming of the Shrew?"  Answer: 10 Things I Hate About You
  261. In filming the original “Star Wars,” George Lucas employed the use of mirrors and what substance to film the hover effect for Luke Skywalker's speeder? (Looking for a specific brand here!)  Answer: Vaseline
  262. Legendary film director Alfred Hitchcock earned himself the nickname “Master of Suspense" as he thrilled the masses with his movies, but Hitchcock himself was known to suffer from ovophobia. Ovophobia is a fear of what?  Answer: Egg (he was particularly afraid of chicken eggs)
  263. In 1983, Francis Ford Coppola directed what movie that was adapted from a book by S.E. Hinton and featured stars such as Patrick Swayze, Matt Dillon, and Tom Cruise?  Answer: The Outsiders
  264. The Brady Bunch spawned several movies, though only two of them featured the entire original cast. One was “A Very Brady Christmas.” What was the other?  Answer: The Brady Girls Get Married
  265. Lee Strasberg, the founder of the Actors Studio known for teaching method acting, earned a Best Supporting Actor Oscar nomination for his role in what film, a role he accepted at the behest of his student, Al Pacino?  Answer: The Godfather Part II
  266. A 1984 Alex Cox film, a wrestling villain played by Barry Darsow in the WWF in the 1990s, and a 2010 Jude Law sci-fi bomb all portray what profession? This question might take you back.  Answer: Repo Man
  267. Red-Rum and Garden Maze are cocktails at The Overlook Lodge, a Cincinnati bar designed as a tribute to what 1980 Stanley Kubrick film?  Answer: The Shining
  268. Civil rights leader Fred Hampton was a character in "Judas and the Black Messiah" and what other 2020 Best Picture Oscar nominee?  Answer: The Trial of the Chicago 7
  269. "Good Night, and Good Luck", "The Ides of March", and "The Monuments Men" are among the movies that have been directed by what man, who is better known as an actor?  Answer: George Clooney
  270. Played on screen by such actors as Bernard Lee, Ralph Fiennes, and Judi Dench, what letter is used to refer to the Head of MI6 in the James Bond books and movies?  Answer: M
  271. Orthopedic surgeon Scott Powell was a founding member of what rock and roll band, which appeared in the classic movies "Caddyshack" and "Grease?"  Answer: Sha Na Na
  272. What 1978 Franklin J. Schnaffner film about a Nazi plot was nominated for three Oscars, whose title refers to the home country of Antonio Carlos Jobim?  Answer: The Boys From Brazil
  273. One of Jason Bateman’s first leading roles was in the 1987 sequel to what 1985 Michael J. Fox high school comedy? Bateman's character was the cousin of Fox's character, and he went through similar transformations.  Answer: Teen Wolf
  274. Named for a landmark in San Antonio, what theater chain that famously doesn't allow talking or texting during movies was founded in 1997 in Austin, Texas?  Answer: Alamo Drafthouse
  275. A series of memes arose in 2021 from a New York Times article that claimed what famous actor was “unrecognizable” on the set of the Martin Scorsese project “Killers Of The Flower Moon?" He’s recognizable in movies like “The Beach” and “The Basketball Diaries.”  Answer: Leonardo DiCaprio
  276. The son of a literature professor and a dancer/choreographer, Cage has family roots in the movies through his uncle. What famous director is the brother of Nicolas Cage's father?  Answer: Francis Ford Coppola
  277. Las Vegas is the county seat of what Nevada county? It shares its name with the first name of the male lead of “It Happened One Night.”  Answer: Clark County
  278. The fictional New York Inquirer was featured in what movie allegedly based on the life of William Randolph Hearst?  Answer: Citizen Kane
  279. Who is the Portland-raised actress and producer that is arguably most well-known for her seven-season run on Mad Men as well as roles in various feature films such as voice acting at Gabby Gabby in "Toy Story 4"?  Answer: Christina Hendricks
  280. "Attitude reflects leadership, Captain" is a quote from what 2000 film that stars Denzel Washington as a high school football coach?  Answer: Remember the Titans
  281. Nicolas Cage made his film debut as “Brad’s Bud” in what 1982 Amy Heckerling teen classic about Jeff Spicoli smoking a lot of weed, among other overlapping stories?  Answer: Fast Times At Ridgemont High
  282. What pizza restaurant, located on Main Street in its namesake Connecticut town, was also the name of a 1988 romantic comedy-drama directed by Donald Petrie, and starring Vincent D’Onofrio and a young Julia Roberts?  Answer: Mystic Pizza
  283. In what 1994 Frank Darabont movie was Morgan Freeman cast as Red, ignoring Stephen King describing the character as a white Irishman in the 1982 novella upon which the movie was based?  Answer: The Shawshank Redemption
  284. Born in Boston, she grew up mostly near Amherst, Massachusetts while living with her Indo-Tibetan Buddhist Studies professor father and high-fashion model mother. She was raised in a Buddhist upbringing and already had professional modeling and acting experience by age 18. Who is this "Pulp Fiction"-starring actress?  Answer: Uma Thurman
  285. What 2020 movie with a three-word title saw James Marsden team up with a titular SEGA video game character to save the day and combat Jim Carrey?  Answer: Sonic The Hedgehog
  286. Paul Muni plays the titular New York gangster in what 1932 Howard Hawks film? Brian De Palma made a much more violent, and Florida based, remake in 1983, ‘little friend’ and all.  Answer: Scarface
  287. What British actor played Neville Longbottom in the Harry Potter movies, and in real life married someone he met at a Wizarding World of Harry Potter event?  Answer: Matthew Lewis
  288. In the movie "Back To School", Thornton Melon, played by Rodney Dangerfield, pulls off what said-to-be impossible dive?  Answer: Triple Lindy
  289. What 2018 horror thriller stars John Krasinski and Emily Blunt as a couple leading their family through an apocalypse where humans are hunted by alien like creatures? Its title refers to the fact that aliens hunt through sound, so humans have to avoid it.  Answer: A Quiet Place
  290. A family going on a rafting vacation in Montana are taken hostage by a pair of dangerous fugitives in what 1994 film starring Meryl Streep and Kevin Bacon?  Answer: The River Wild
  291. "Drugstore Cowboy," "Paranoid Park," and "Don't Worry, He Won't Get Far on Foot" are Portland-set indies from what local filmmaker?  Answer: Gus Van Sant
  292. Paul Scheer, June Diane Raphael and Jason Mantzoukas watch mostly bad movies and make fun of them on what inquisitively-named podcast?  Answer: How Did This Get Made
  293. After hoofing it through a couple of "Step Up" movies, Costa Rican-American actor Harry Shum Jr. got to exercise his pipes as Mike Chang on what choral Fox show set at William McKinley High?  Answer: Glee
  294. Known for his distinctive bald-on-top, hair-on-the-sides hairstyle, what evil wizard is the main antagonist of the Smurfs in the cartoons and movies?  Answer: Gargamel
  295. Toys for the 2021 movie “______: Afterlife” include a version of Clue, a Mini-Puft Popper, and a Ghost Trap. Fill in the one word blank.  Answer: Ghostbusters
  296. "Coreyography" is a memoir by what former child star who played Tommy Jarvis in "Friday the 13th Part IV: The Final Chapter"?  Answer: Corey Feldman
  297. What Marvel “master of Kung Fu” will be introduced to MCU audiences by Simu Liu in a 2021 film directed by Destin Daniel Cretton?  Answer: Shang-Chi
  298. If you found a field that featured Akira Kurosawa’s 1990 anthology film co-starring Martin Scorsese as Vincent Van Gogh, as well as the 1992 US Men’s Olympic basketball team, what three-word 1989 movie title could be used to describe this field?  Answer: Field Of Dreams
  299. What 1990 Rob Reiner psychological thriller film gave Kathy Bates an Academy Award for playing a nurse that holds author James Caan hostage so he can rewrite one of his books? Based on a Stephen King book, the title implies that sad things are going to happen.  Answer: Misery
  300. The summer camp that is home to the mass murder of camp counselors in the original 1980 “Friday The 13th” is called Camp ______ Lake. Fill in the one word blank, a solid substance with a naturally occurring geometric form.  Answer: Crystal
  301. Six Flags Great Adventure is able to offer big roller coasters to residents of what US state? Among other things, this state is the center of Kevin Smith’s movie universe, in films such as “Clerks.”  Answer: New Jersey
  302. Voiced by Wallace Shawn and introduced in the first film of the franchise in 1995, what is the name of Andy's anxious toy dinosaur in the "Toy Story" series?  Answer: Rex
  303. Charlie Babbitt abducts his older brother Raymond from a Cincinnati assisted-living facility at the start of what road-tripping '80s Best Picture Oscar winner?  Answer: Rain Man
  304. A dude named Steve on AirBNB offers tours of the Philadelphia Macy's in the Wanamaker Building, site of what 1987 movie with Andrew McCarthy dating an animated department store statue played by Kim Cattrall?  Answer: Mannequin
  305. Literally a shaggy dog story, the movie "Top Dog" teamed a dog named Reno and what "Walker, Texas Ranger" star to foil a terror plot in San Diego?  Answer: Chuck Norris
  306. Roger Ebert became the first film critic to win a Pulitzer for Criticism while thumbing movies for what Windy City daily?  Answer: Chicago Sun-Times
  307. Arlo is the titular apatosaurus in what 2015 Disney Pixar film that imagines an alternate universe in which creatures like him never became extinct?  Answer: The Good Dinosaur
  308. Who is the 'Shallow' singer who won received a Golden Globe nod for Best Actress in 2018 on top of their musical accolades?  Answer: Lady Gaga
  309. What 1988 Ron Howard fantasy film stars Warwick Davis as the titular aspiring sorcerer who tries to save a prophesied baby from harm? Val Kilmer plays a mercenary who helps the hero.  Answer: Willow
  310. At the top of Bleacher Report's top five cricket movies of all time is 2001's "Lagaan," which had the epic subtitle "Once Upon a Time in..." what country?  Answer: India
  311. Funny, it doesn't look like David Bowie: a barn owl is one of the forms of Jareth the Goblin King in what twisty 1986 fantasy film?  Answer: Labyrinth
  312. Originally intended as a morality tale warning against the dangers of cannabis, what 1936 film, sometimes called one of the worst movies ever made, has become a cult hit with marijuana users?  Answer: Reefer Madness
  313. At 440,000 tweets per minute, the most tweeted moment of the 2016 Oscars occurred during Leonardo DiCaprio's acceptance of the Best Actor award for his performance in what film?  Answer: The Revenant
  314. Featuring Bette Midler’s Grammy-winning rendition of "Wind Beneath My Wings," the 1988 tear-jerking film "Beaches" is based on what author’s namesake novel released in 1985?  Answer: Iris Rainer Dart
  315. A 2021 Clint Eastwood movie, about a 1970s former horse breeder helping a young Mexican man get to Texas, is called Cry ______. Fill in the one word blank, a term for showing aggressive pride in one’s masculinity.  Answer: Cry Macho
  316. In what 1987 movie does Baby Houseman fall in love with her dance instructor? We're looking for a two-word answer here.  Answer: Dirty Dancing
  317. What 1984 Wolfgang Peterson fantasy film is about Bastian getting sucked into the land of Fantasia while reading a book about it? The movie is an hour and half long, which is shorter than what the title implies.  Answer: The Neverending Story
  318. What 1986 teen movie is about Andie, a high school social outcast played by Molly Ringwald, who is courted by her best friend Duckie, as well as the rich Blane? Directed by Howard Deutch and written by John Hughes, it shares its name with a Psychedelic Furs song that is the movie’s theme song.  Answer: Pretty In Pink
  319. American impressionist paintings can be found in the Old Lyme, CT museum known as the Florence ______ Museum. Fill in the last name blank, which is coincidentally the same as the last name of the family from the National Lampoon Family movies.  Answer: Florence Griswold Museum
  320. In an interview with Variety, what famous composer of musicals including “Jesus Christ Superstar” and “Evita” said he hated the 2019 film adaptation of “Cats” so much that he bought a dog?  Answer: Andrew Lloyd Webber
  321. What fragmented sentence within Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 is also the title of a 2018 Ruth Bader Ginsburg biopic starring Felicity Jones?  Answer: “On The Basis Of Sex”
  322. “Ghostbusters” director Ivan Reitman voiced Zuul the demonic dog and what ghost originally named the “Onion Head Ghost” in the 1984 comedy film?  Answer: Slimer
  323. Alden Ehrenreich played what occasionally smug but generally well intentioned Star Wars character in a 2018 spin-off prequel movie? He is known for wearing a vest and for being called scruffy looking.  Answer: Han Solo
  324. If the star of the "Mission: Impossible" movies takes a nasty spill, he might get a CT scan. The C stands for "Computed," and what does the T stand for?  Answer: Tomography
  325. In this infamous 1978 “Star Wars Holiday Special”, Han Solo joins Chewbacca on the Wookiee’s home planet Kashyyyk to celebrate what holiday?  Answer: Life Day
  326. In the 2014 film “Guardians of The Galaxy”, what is the mononymous name of Star-Lord’s ship which shares its name with the surname of the character’s childhood crush on the actor who played Samantha Micelli on “Who’s The Boss”?  Answer: The "Milano"
  327. Which movie of 1991, starring Ethan Hawke, was predominantly filmed in Alasksa? This movie is based on a novel of the same by Jack London, whose other works include "Call of the Wild."  Answer: White Fang
  328. You could buy a pretty awesome loom with the paychecks what actor picked up for his roles as Agent Smith in "The Matrix" movies and Elrond of Rivendell in the "Lord of the Rings" trilogy?  Answer: Hugo Weaving
  329. Hang ten: "The Firemen's Ball" and "Closely Watched Trains" are prominent, arty movies in a Czech film movement that shares what two-word name with the style of music played by New Order and Depeche Mode?  Answer: New Wave
  330. Twelve years after his character fell and died in Mount Doom in “The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King”, what actor voiced the First Order’s Supreme Leader Snoke in the 2015 film “Star Wars: The Force Awakens”?  Answer: Andy Serkis
  331. Played by Christopher Lee in "Attack of the Clones" and "Revenge of the Sith", what is the Sith name of former Jedi Master Count Dooku?  Answer: Darth Tyranus
  332. What 1982 movie, directed by John Carpenter and starring Kurt Russell, is about a group of research scientists in Antarctica being attacked by a shape shifting alien?  Answer: The Thing
  333. The 2001 film “Blackhawk Down”, directed by Ridley Scott, centers on a military operation that took place in which East African country in 1993?  Answer: Somalia
  334. Director George Romero is best known for his movies about which mythological beings associated with Haitian folklore?  Answer: Zombies
  335. In his 1986, U.S. President Ronald Reagan invoked the quote "Where we're going, we don't need roads." from what 1985 cult classic Robert Zemeckis-directed film?  Answer: Back To The Future
  336. The Madonna song "This Used to Be My Playground" was created for the soundtrack of what 1992 baseball movie?  Answer: A League of Their Own
  337. What 2018 Star Wars film focuses on the early adventures of Chewbacca and the character who was portrayed by Harrison Ford in "A New Hope," "The Empire Strikes Back," and "Return of the Jedi?"  Answer: Solo
  338. What starfighter used by the Rebel Alliance in the Star Wars films has four laser cannons and two proton torpedo launchers? It gets its name because the way it extends has a distinct shape that resembles a letter.  Answer: X-Wing Starfighter
  339. In "The Phantom Menace," Padmé Amidala, portrayed by Natalie Portman, becomes the 14-year-old queen of which bountiful green planet in the Star Wars universe?  Answer: Naboo
  340. In a 1965 TV cartoon special for what comic strip character does he get small Christmas tree with almost no leaves on it?  Answer: Charlie Brown Christmas Special
  341. Grand Moff Tarkin, the commander of the Death Star and loyal advisor to Darth Vader in "Star Wars: Episode IV", was played by legendary British actor, probably otherwise best known for dueling with Christopher Lee in a series of Hammer horror films?  Answer: Peter Cushing
  342. Willis Tower in Chicago is home to what 103 story high observation tower with clear boxes, as seen in movies such as “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off?” Its name kind of sounds like it’s part of an aerial patio.  Answer: Skydeck
  343. Emma Thompson's character discovers that the necklace she sees her husband purchasing for Christmas is for another woman, in one of the sadder plotlines of what 2003 holiday movie?  Answer: Love Actually
  344. As shown in detail in “Solo: A Star Wars Story”, Han Solo made a legendary accomplishment when he raced across what dangerous space “Run” in a record 12 parsecs?  Answer: Kessel Run
  345. Sandra Bullock played Angela Bennett, a systems analyst for the fictional Cathedral Software company in what 1995 thriller movie that featured no fishermen or trapeze artists?  Answer: The Net
  346. What 1994 blockbuster action comedy with a very wacky sense of humor is about bank clerk Stanley Ipkiss, who, after discovering the titular artifact, appears to be affected by the spirit of the Norse god Loki?  Answer: The Mask
  347. What “M” Welsh director was at the helm of 1983’s “Return Of The Jedi?” His other movies include “Eye Of The Needle” and “Jagged Edge.”  Answer: Richard Marquand
  348. Who won a record four Academy Awards for Best Actress for “Morning Glory” in 1934, “Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner” in 1968, “The Lion in Winter” in 1969 and “On Golden Pond” in 1982? This actress had the middle name Houghton.  Answer: Katherine Hepburn
  349. Which 1998 movie directed by Steven Spielberg includes a reading of the Bixby letter, a famous letter of condolence written by Abraham Lincoln to Lydia Bixby who lost her five sons during the American Civil War?  Answer: Saving Private Ryan
  350. In 2016’s “Rogue One”, Felicity Jones played what character, the daughter of the designer of the Death Star who becomes a leader in the Rebel Alliance after being rescued from detention by the Empire?  Answer: Jyn Erso
  351. What film won the Academy Award for Best Original Score in 1983? (Hint: the film actually came out in 1982.)  Answer: E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial
  352. Which Star Wars movie was given the working title “Blue Harvest: Horror Beyond Imagination” to disguise it from fans and the press while in production?  Answer: Return of the Jedi
  353. "Goose," "Jester," "Hollywood," and "Wolfman" are nicknames of some flying military bros in what 1986 movie?  Answer: Top Gun
  354. Adapted for the big screen in 1991, Roddy Doyle's "Barrytown" novels kicked off with a 1987 book about what titular Dublin soul band who presumably always showed up to their gigs on time?  Answer: The Commitments
  355. As Air Force Colonel "Chappy" Sinclair, Louis Gossett Jr. helps a teen gank a couple of F-16s for a clandestine rescue mission in what definitely-not-"Top Gun" 1986 movie?  Answer: Iron Eagle
  356. What “B” Star Wars character is a childhood acquaintance of Luke Skywalker’s who flies in his X-Wing Squadron at the end of “Episode IV: A New Hope?” His name is the same as the last name of actor Jason who starred in “American Pie.”  Answer: Biggs Darklighter
  357. Peter Billingsley, who played Ralphie May in "A Christmas Story," also makes an uncredited cameo appearance in Santa's workshop in what classic 2003 Christmas film?  Answer: Elf
  358. What “G” Rodian bounty with green skin famously cornered Han Solo in the Mos Eisley Cantina in “Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope,” only to get shot for his efforts? His name kind of sounds like another word for avarice.  Answer: Greedo
  359. In a 2021 poll by Slashfilm.com, what evil emperor also known as Darth Sidious was voted the worst "Star Wars" character of all time?  Answer: Palpatine
  360. The opening scene of which 1992 movie by Quentin Tarantino includes eight men eating breakfast in a Los Angeles diner discussing the Madonna song "Like a Virgin?"  Answer: Reservoir Dogs
  361. “Before Sunrise”, a 1995 romantic drama written and directed by Richard Linklater, stars Julie Delpy as a French student travelling across Europe named Celine, and what American actor as Jesse, her love interest? He is also known for his roles in “Gattaca” and “Reality Bites”.  Answer: Ethan Hawke
  362. In “Star Wars Episode VIII: The Last Jedi”, what actress plays Vice-Admiral Amilyn Holdo, a Rebel officer who briefly takes over for Admiral Leia after Leia is exposed to space? She won a Best Supporting Actress Oscar for “Marriage Story” in 2020.  Answer: Laura Dern
  363. Which movie of 1993 starring Liam Neeson in the titular role and directed by Steven Spielberg is based on a novel of 1982 by Australian Thomas Keneally?  Answer: Schindler's List
  364. Among the characters in 2018’s Star Wars prequel “Solo: A Star Wars Story” is L3-37, Lando Calrissian’s navigator droid, voiced by Phoebe Waller-______. Fill in the blank of the last name of the creator and star of “Fleabag”, also a device used to connect two piece of land over a body of water.  Answer: Phoebe Waller-Bridge
  365. Daisy Ridley made her first appearance as Rey in which 3-word Star Wars film?  Answer: The Force Awakens
  366. In “Total Recall,” Arnold Schwarzenegger played a construction worker who gets swept up in action heroics on Mars. What “rocky” actress, also star of “Basic Instinct” and “Casino,” played Arnold’s wife?  Answer: Sharon Stone
  367. The office that has the lead role in preparing materials requested in a developmental task can be referred to as the ______ Office. Fill in the one word “A” blank, a word also used to describe movies such as “Die Hard” and “The Fast And The Furious.”  Answer: Action Office
  368. While the Golden Raspberry is awarded to the worst Hollywood movies, the Golden Kela is awarded to duds in the famous film scene of what Asian country?  Answer: India
  369. What character is responsible for the death of Jabba the Hutt in Return of the Jedi?  Answer: Leia
  370. What was the original title of Return of the Jedi? This title was used in a teaser trailer in 1982, as well as promotional posters, until George Lucas changed his mind.  Answer: Revenge of the Jedi
  371. A major political party in Singapore, considered a conservative centre-right option, is the People’s ______ Party. Fill in the one word “A” blank, a word used to describe movies such as “Robocop” or “Commando.”  Answer: People's Action Party
  372. One of many other movies to reference "Star Wars," what 1998 disaster film features Ben Affleck's character declaring, "I'm Han and you're Chewbacca?"  Answer: Armageddon
  373. The film Fanboys (2009) tells the tale of a group of friends who travel across the country to break into Skywalker Ranch and steal a copy of what Star Wars film before its release? Please give just the name, not the episode number, and no need to include the words "Star Wars."  Answer: The Phantom Menace
  374. What singer's playful single "The Goonies 'R' Good Enough" appears on the soundtrack of the classic 1985 comedy "The Goonies?"  Answer: Cyndi Lauper
  375. Although he had a much more famous actor providing his voice, David Prowse was inside the suit of what major villain of the original Star Wars trilogy?  Answer: Darth Vader
  376. What was Luke Skywalker's last name in the original script for "Star Wars: A New Hope?" The name went on to be used for a military base similar to the Death Star in "Star Wars: The Force Awakens."  Answer: Starkiller
  377. What actor starred in the DC "Batman" movies of the 80s and early 90s, but also went on to play a villain in Sony's "Spider-Man: Homecoming," which is part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe?  Answer: Michael Keaton
  378. Also known for playing Thanos in the Avengers movies, what actor played President George W. Bush in the 2008 film "W.?"  Answer: Josh Brolin
  379. Jabba The Hut’s pet/sidekick in "Return Of The Jedi", a noisy little rodent, is named Salacious ______. Fill in the one word “C” blank, also a term for a small fragment of bread.  Answer: Salacious Crumb
  380. What kind of tree primarily made up the California forest land used for the Endor scenes in "Return of the Jedi?"  Answer: Redwood
  381. "Scent of a Woman" and "Batman and Robin," in which he played the Caped Crusader's titular sidekick, were 1990s movies starring what heartthrob actor?  Answer: Chris O'Donnell
  382. What Northern Irish actor, known for “Schindler’s List” and the “Taken” franchise, played Qui-Gon Jinn in “Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace?”  Answer: Liam Neeson
  383. What “G” Star Wars robot and General was known as a feared Jedi hunter with multiple robotic limbs in “Star Wars: Episode III” and the “Clone Wars” franchise? His name is also an adjective for a severe or serious blow.  Answer: General Grievous
  384. In “Return Of The Jedi,” Oola is the dancer sent off to be killed by the rancor owned by what what fat, slimy, “J” Hutt?  Answer: Jabba The Hut
  385. What is the name of the large omnivorous cephalopods from the planet Vodran, having seven suckered tentacles, an eyestalk, a mouth of sharp teeth and several hearts?  Answer: Dianoga
  386. In “Star Wars Episode II: Attack Of The Clones”, Anakin Skywalker tells Padme Amidala that he doesn’t like what 4-letter yellow biproduct of rock erosion, claiming “it’s course and rough and irritating, and it gets everywhere?”  Answer: Sand
  387. In the film “Halloween,” the mask worn by Michael Myers was made by spray painting a prop mask of which “Star Trek” captain?  Answer: Kirk
  388. James Earl Jones said he only made $7,000 for his role as which character in “Star Wars: A New Hope?”  Answer: Darth Vader
  389. Which Star Wars villain was originally played by Declan Mulholland in A New Hope, before the scene was cut and the character completely reimagined?  Answer: Jabba the Hutt
  390. George Lucas said he came up with the “Star Wars” droid’s name after overhearing a member of the sound crew on a different movie ask for Reel #2 of the Second Dialogue track, which they had shortened to ______?  Answer: R2-D2
  391. What retired FIFA Women’s World Cup champion goalkeeper for Team USA has a name made of words from the titles of two different “Star Wars” movies?  Answer: Hope Solo
  392. Which 1991 film starring Steve Martin and Diane Keaton as the parents of a fiancee was actually a remake of the 1950 classic starring Spencer Tracy and Elizabeth Taylor?  Answer: Father of the Bride
  393. George Lucas is on record saying that its shape was inspired by a hamburger, how is the light freighter YT-1300 492727ZED better known?  Answer: The Millennium Falcon
  394. After Tony Stark buys her some in Iron Man 2, Pepper Potts reveals that she is allergic to what fruit?  Answer: Strawberries
  395. George Lucas originally dreamed that one of the most famous actor/directors of the era would voice Darth Vader. In the end, Lucas decided that the voice of which famous man—known for “Citizen Kane” and “The War of the Worlds”—was just too iconic and therefore too easy for audiences to recognize?  Answer: Orson Welles

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