What makes a “bad” movie? That’s just one of the questions we’re tackling in this week’s film quiz: best of luck.
Film tastes differ all over the place and one person’s “bad” movie might be another person’s classic. Among this week’s 30 questions though, we’ve got a few questions on truly, objectively “bad” movies, but don’t be upset if one of your favourites is in there. Fortunately, there’s no such thing as a “bad” score – just remember that the only loser here is found frantically writing film quiz questions every Thursday evening.
Once you’ve completed all three rounds, you’ll find a link to a separate post with the correct answers at the bottom of this post. As always, this is just for fun, but please let us know how you did in the comments (scores out of 30 this week!) and give us any other lovely feedback. You might also say it’s a “bad” quiz this week, but let’s hope not…
ROUND ONE – This Week In Movie History
This round is about new UK cinema releases and general film history from this week in years past – we’ve given you the year at the start of each question to help out!
- 2018 – In which fictional nation is Marvel’s Black Panther primarily set?
- 1994 – Who plays Andy Dufresne in The Shawshank Redemption?
- 1985 – Which city do The Muppets Take, according to the title of their third movie?
- 2000 – In Disney’s The Emperor’s New Groove, Emperor Kuzco is magically transformed into what animal?
- 1993 – The Adventure Home and The Rescue are sequels to which family movie?
- 1987 – Neal Page and Del Griffith are the main characters in which road-trip comedy?
- 1953 – Born this week, who plays Tony Manero in Saturday Night Fever and Staying Alive?
- 2008 – What article of clothing is also the name of a sci-fi action film starring Hayden Christensen?
- 1984 – Which classical music composer does Tom Hulce play in Amadeus?
- 2020 – Oliver Jackson-Cohen plays the title character in which horror remake?
ROUND TWO: Objectively Bad Movies
Here at Film Stories Towers, we like to think there’s no such thing as an objectively bad movie, but here’s 10 questions about movies with “bad” in their titles.
- Who plays bad teacher Elizabeth Halsey in 2011’s Bad Teacher?
- Which 2021 hidden-camera comedy movie stars Eric Andre, Lil Rel Howery, and Tiffany Haddish?
- Complete the trilogy – Bad Boys, Bad Boys II…
- Who plays Angel Eyes, aka “The Bad”, in The Good, The Bad And The Ugly?
- What title connects a 1976 sports comedy starring Walter Matthau and a 2005 remake starring Billy Bob Thornton?
- How many Bad Moms movies have been released to date?
- Who plays violent Vietnam veteran Kit Carruthers in 1973’s Badlands?
- Complete the title of the 2018 neo-noir thriller – Bad Times At The…
- Which 1952 melodrama connects Kirk Douglas, Lana Turner, and Walter Pidgeon?
- Which character does Jonah Hill play in Superbad – Seth or Evan?
ROUND THREE – Pot Luck
Let’s finish with a random selection of pot luck movie questions – these could come from any era, any genre, or any level of difficulty. Enjoy!
- In cinemas this week! Which band features in the concert movie Get Back – The Rooftop Concert?
- In which 1990s erotic drama does Elizabeth Berkley play Nomi Malone?
- What colour is the title of a frosty 2011 survival thriller starring Liam Neeson?
- Whose acting credits include the 1990s films Pretty Woman, Runaway Bride, and Conspiracy Theory?
- Which 1986 Stephen King adaptation takes its title from a chart-topping song by Ben E. King?
- Who plays Lieutenant Uhura in 2009’s Star Trek and its sequels?
- 1998’s Elizabeth is a royal biopic set in which century?
- Whose acting credits include the 2012 films 21 Jump Street, Magic Mike, and The Vow?
- “I drink your milkshake” is a famous quote from which 2007 historical drama?
- And finally, what word connects 1990s movies directed by Rob Reiner, James L. Brooks, and Martin Scorsese?
Ready for the answers?
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