Thom@s
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Movie/Film Trivia.

Tue Dec 12, 2000 10:10 pm

Can you answer the following questions?

1. What is Keanu Reeves' real name in "The Matrix"?

2. In "The Rock", Sean Connery steals a car.What country does the owner of that car come from?

3. Who does Will Smith play against in "Bad Boys"?

4. What is Darth Vader's real name in "Star Wars."?

5. Who played James Bond in only one movie?

6. What is the parody of "Top Gun" called?

7. What 2 movies have won the most oscar awards?

8. Who plays the radioman in "The fifth Element"

9. Who was the killer in "Scream" (1)?

10. Who plays the Riddler in "Batman Forever"?

No prizes for intelligence unfortunatly, but you get to show your knowledge on movies.

If any answers remain unanswered within 24 hours, I will revial (sp?) them.

Good luck.  

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RE: Movie/Film Trivia.

Wed Dec 13, 2000 3:52 am

5: George Lazenby
6: Only know the German name, "Mission Rohr frei"
7: Ben Hur and Titanic

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RE: Movie/Film Trivia.

Wed Dec 13, 2000 7:56 am

4. Anniken Skywalker
6. Hot Shots
7. Citizen Kane and Titanic
10. Jim Carey?

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RE: Movie/Film Trivia.

Wed Dec 13, 2000 7:58 am

7. All About Eve and Titanic
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RE: Movie/Film Trivia.

Wed Dec 13, 2000 8:01 am

5. Timothy Dalton

Charles
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RE: Movie/Film Trivia.

Wed Dec 13, 2000 8:40 am

Ctbarnes,

Dalton was in Living Daylights and License to Kill
Lazenby was just in OHMSS

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RE: Movie/Film Trivia.

Wed Dec 13, 2000 8:59 am

6. Hot Shots

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RE: Movie/Film Trivia.

Wed Dec 13, 2000 9:10 am

1. Mr. Andreson don't know first name.
8. Chis Tucker as "Ruby Rod" the radio man
 
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RE: Movie/Film Trivia.

Wed Dec 13, 2000 9:33 am

9) The killers were Sidney's boyfriend and the guy played by Matthew Lillard
 
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RE: Movie/Film Trivia.

Wed Dec 13, 2000 10:19 pm

On second thought, I'll wait a little longer before telling you the answers since some of the questions have still not been answered.

Say, Wich one of the 3 answers to number 7 is correct?  

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RE: Movie/Film Trivia.

Thu Dec 14, 2000 4:57 am

Ben Hur and Titanic are correct--11 Oscars each. All About Eve got 14 noms, and won six awards. Citizen Kane got multiple nominations, but won only for screenplay, I believe.
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RE: Movie/Film Trivia.

Thu Dec 14, 2000 5:27 am

1. Thomas Anderson
2.
3. Martin Lawrence
4.
5. George Lazenby
6.
7.
8.
9. Sydney's boyfriend Billy Loomis and Stuart Macher
10. Jim Carey


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RE: Movie/Film Trivia.

Thu Dec 14, 2000 11:44 pm

Tada. The quetions have been answered. (all correctly.)
Thanks for showing your knowledge.  

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RE: Movie/Film Trivia.

Sat Dec 16, 2000 4:06 am

Sorry Thom@s but the answer to question 5 is not complete.

2 Actors have played James Bond in only 1 Film, George Lazenby is one of them.

Can you name the other, and the film ?
 
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RE: Movie/Film Trivia.

Sat Dec 16, 2000 5:10 am

David Niven, Casino Royale
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RE: Movie/Film Trivia.

Sat Dec 16, 2000 5:30 am

Dvk, Good man yourself. That one has caught a few people out in the past.

For Double your Money, Which Bond Film apart from Casino was not made by Harold Saltzman/Cubby Brocoli and did not feature the Bond 'Theme'.

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RE: Movie/Film Trivia.

Sat Dec 16, 2000 9:34 pm

"Casino Royale" from 1967 was not an official James Bond Movie. Allthough it is based on one of Ian Flemings' books, It's more a parody than a real Bond film.

Another unofficial Bond movie was "Never say never again" from 1983. It featured Sean Connery's comeback as James Bond. It is not based on an Ian Fleming book, and "competed" against the real Bond movie "Octopussy" with Roger Moore. "Never Say Never Again" was based on Thunderball 1965 wich also starred Sean Connery.

In conclution, The answer George Lazenby is therefore in my mind correct.

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RE: Movie/Film Trivia.

Sun Dec 17, 2000 12:01 am

When Is a Bond Film not a Bond Film ???
 
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RE: Movie/Film Trivia.

Sun Dec 17, 2000 7:53 pm

Hard to tell, but the way I understand it, a bond film is not a bond film if the film is 1. Not based on an Ian Fleming book. or 2. more of a comedy repeating events from other movies (In this case a parody of existing bond films.)

I don't know who decides what movies are official and what movies are not. But reliable sources say that "Never say never again" and "Casino Royale" are both unofficial bond movies.

I hope I didn't confuse you too much.  

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RE: Movie/Film Trivia.

Tue Dec 19, 2000 4:31 am

My apologies Thom@s I'll try not to cloud the issue of movie trivia, with such trivial information in future
 
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RE: Movie/Film Trivia.

Tue Dec 19, 2000 4:47 am

No reason to apollogise (sp?), I thought it was a good question.  

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