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Movie quiz with Sprectrum

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Movie quiz with Sprectrum

  1. 1. Archish Mazumdar Pratik Somani
  2. 2. Rules • Teams of at most 3 members • 24 Questions, written • Top 8 teams to qualify (2 from each pool)
  3. 3. Q.1 • X (born June 1, 1940) is an American theoretical physicist. He was the Feynman Professor of Theoretical Physics at the California Institute of Technology (Caltech) until 2009 and one of the world's leading experts on the astrophysical implications of Einstein's general theory of relativity. • ID X and give me the reason he would be on this quiz. • (Image on next slide)
  4. 4. Q.1 (contd.)
  5. 5. Q.2 • ID the voice in the clip
  6. 6. Q.3 • The 1915 American movie, “A Free Ride”, a.k.a. “A Grass Sandwich” was one of the films of the silent era. • Two contradictory theories have emerged regarding the identities of the cast: some sources suggest they were people with low social status, but others assert the opposite. • The film was directed by “A.Wise Guy” and was written by “Will She”. • What is this the first of?
  7. 7. Q.4 • ID the voice in the video clip.
  8. 8. Q.5 • Shakti Samant wanted for the movie X a song with lines full of extreme contrasts and lyricist Anand Baxi, otherwise known as 'Factory of songs' could not write one. Suddenly one night, at a filmy party, with a glass of wine in one hand, cigar in another, he was standing at the window when rain-water extinguished his cigar. Immediately it struck to him – • What song am I talking about?
  9. 9. Q.6 • What X actually said was "Sometimes when people go to Y, they go home to their mommas without any legs. Sometimes they don't go home at all.That's a bad thing. That's all I have to say about that." • Unfortunately, no one could hear this for some reason. • What am I talking about?
  10. 10. Q.7 • ID
  11. 11. Q.8 • For ideal viewing in theaters, most movies are released with aspect ratios of ~1.8:1 or higher. However, the director of this movie wanted this to be released in a ratio of 1.66:1 to make it feel more like a television show. Only the original DVD is in this aspect ratio. The theatrical cut was cropped to 1.85:1 and the Blu-ray release to 1.78:1. • Which movie am I talking about?
  12. 12. Q.9 When the first copy of Don was out, Salim Khan (of the Salim- Javed combo) decided to show the film to Manoj Kumar. Manoj though impressed with the film, felt that the second half was very fast and needed some kind of a break. Even Salim-Javed felt that it was a valid point that he made. What “break” was then added to the film’s second half? •
  13. 13. Q10 • A __________ is a short, sometimes sleeveless, loose-fitting nightgown or negligee intended as nightwear for women. It sometimes has formed cups called a bralette for cleavage with an attached, loose-fitting skirt falling in length usually between the upper thigh and the belly button. The garment is often trimmed with lace, ruffles, appliques, marabou fur, bows, and ribbons, optionally with spaghetti straps. Sometimes it is made of sheer or translucent fabric like nylon or chiffon or silk.
  14. 14. Q11 • ______________: My Unbelievably True Life Story, is the autobiography of X. It was released in October 2012. The book deals mainly with his successes in the three major chapters of his life. He devotes one chapter called “The Secret”, to his extramarital affair with his household employee, Mildred Patricia 'Patty' Baena. • FITB and also give me X.
  15. 15. Q12 • The __________ has a pair of machine guns mounted in the nose of the car between the front wheels. In "Attack" mode, the driver's seat moves to the center of the car, and the driver is repositioned to lie face-down with his head in the center section between the front wheels. Other devices included: • Six rear flaps to assist brakes • Twin forward-firing machine guns • Rocket launcher • Landing hook to Sprung landing stabilization • Integrated fire-extinguishing system • Integrated safety connection to gasoline control • Vector-controlled jet engine on back of car for quick boosts/"rampless" jumps • Stealth mode, which turns off the car's lights and cuts the engine. The vehicle is powered by an electric motor, making it very hard to find in dark places. • FITB.
  16. 16. Q13 Where have you seen/heard this song before? • The king and his men Some men have died stole the queen from her bed and some are alive and bound her in her Bones. And others sail on the sea The seas be ours with the keys to the cage… and by the powers and the Devil to pay where we will we'll roam. We lay to Fiddler’s Green! Yo, ho, haul together, The bell has been raised hoist the colors high. From its watery grave… Heave ho, thieves and beggars, Do you hear its sepulchral tone? never shall we die. We are a call to all, pay head the squall and turn your sail toward home! Yo, ho, haul together, hoist the colours high. Heave ho, thieves and beggars, never shall we die.
  17. 17. Q14 • The (only) film X's father ever produced was a flop. Unable to bear the loss, his health failed.The family, living in a bungalow on Mumbai's upmarket Carter Road, was forced to move to Virar — a far flung semi- rural Mumbai suburb, where X was born.The youngest of six children, his pet name means little finger in Punjabi, the language they speak at home. • Give me X
  18. 18. Q15
  19. 19. Q16
  20. 20. Q17
  21. 21. Q18
  22. 22. Q19
  23. 23. Q20
  24. 24. Q21
  25. 25. Q22
  26. 26. Q23
  27. 27. Q24
  28. 28. Archish Mazumdar Pratik Somani
  29. 29. • Written Round • 8 slides • Videos / Images • Each contain a movie reference/parody, get as many as you can • 10 points per slide Movie References/Parodies
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  38. 38. INFINITE POUNCE • 12 questions, clockwise • +10/0 on the bounce • +10/-5 on the pounce
  39. 39. Q.1 • Connect the people in the following images
  40. 40. SSSSSSSSSSSSSSMOKIN!
  41. 41. ANSWER These are the only 6 actors to have won both an Oscar and a Razzie award • LAURENCE OLIVIER • LIZA MINNELLI • KEVIN COSTNER • ROBERTO BENIGNI • HALLE BERRY • SANDRA BULLOCK
  42. 42. Q.2 • Sacheen Littlefeather (born Marie Louise Cruz, November 14, 1946) is an Native American civil rights activist. • Born in Salinas, California, her ancestry is Apache,Yaqui, Pueblo on her father's side and her mother is of French, German, and Dutch descent. On her official website, she states her father was from the White Mountain Apache and Yaqui tribes from Arizona and that "Cruz" is her father's recognized tribe name. • However, she is known for a famous event in the history of Hollywood. Give me the event. • (image on next slide)
  43. 43. SSSSSSSSSSSSSSMOKIN!
  44. 44. ANSWER She presented a speech on behalf of actor Marlon Brando, for his performance in The Godfather, when he boycotted the 45th Academy Awards ceremony on March 27, 1973, in protest of the treatment of Native Americans by the film industry
  45. 45. Q.3 • X played John Lennon in Chapter 27 (2007), about Mark David Chapman's interpretation of "A Catcher in the Rye" as an order to kill John Lennon. • Coincidentally, X was also supposed to play John Lennon in John andYoko: A Love Story(1985), but was fired without warning for some reason, which was no fault of his own. • Why did he lose the role? • (image on next slide)
  46. 46. SSSSSSSSSSSSSSMOKIN!
  47. 47. ANSWER X is Mark Lindsay Chapman
  48. 48. Q.4 • X is a 1964 B&W Hindi film directed and produced by Sunil Dutt also starring himself. • This film is first-ever Indian and one of kind films in world cinema and has found an entry in the Guinness Book of World Records. • Film narrative progresses through dialogues and background music composed by Vasant Desai, who also gave a song, Dekha hai sapna koi, sung by Lata Mangeshkar. • Give me X and the record it holds.
  49. 49. SSSSSSSSSSSSSSMOKIN!
  50. 50. ANSWER
  51. 51. Q.5 Put funda (image on next slide)
  52. 52. SSSSSSSSSSSSSSMOKIN!
  53. 53. ANSWER Released in 2002, this issue introduced the concept shown in Inception, staking claims that the movie was copied from it.
  54. 54. Q.6 • The Pizza Underground is an American comedy rock band based in NewYork City, who generally parody songs by The Velvet Underground with pizza-themed song names and lyrics. • On the next slide is a short clip of their first music video. • One of the participants in the band is the reason why this band features on this quiz.
  55. 55. SSSSSSSSSSSSSSMOKIN!
  56. 56. ANSWER Macaulay Culkin
  57. 57. Q.7 • X won the Golden Raspberry Award for worst actor of the year for his appearance in Michael Moore's Fahrenheit 9/11. • X not only was named worst male actor in a leading role, he also won for being half of the year's worst screen couple when paired with either Y or My Pet Goat, the book he was reading to schoolchildren one morning. • Give me X,Y
  58. 58. SSSSSSSSSSSSSSMOKIN!
  59. 59. ANSWER
  60. 60. Q.8 • A Japanese immigrant to the United States, X learned his trade originally from his father, who had been a fisherman. After first arriving in Los Angeles, X attended Armijo High School, which is in Fairfield, California, and then he attended the University of California Santa Barbara. • During this time, X joined the U.S. Army and received the Medal of Honor (he was a member of the 442nd Infantry Regiment, one of the most highly decorated regiments in the history of the United States Armed Forces) • ID X • (Hint: If you get the guy on the next slide, you ought to get X)
  61. 61. SSSSSSSSSSSSSSMOKIN!
  62. 62. ANSWER
  63. 63. Q.9 • Filmstan announced X where the evergreen Dev Anand was suppose to play the hero but Dev refused to do the film when he found that a newcomer Ameeta is selected to be his heroine. Dev wanted to feature alongside a star and was not willing to share the screen with a newcomer. • But Ameeta couldn't be replaced as she was the protégé of Tularam Jalan the owner of Filmstan. Aamir Khan's uncle Nasir Hussain was to make his debut as director with the film and he got nervous when Dev Sahab refused. Kajol's grandfather S.Muherjee who was the production controller of Filmstan suggested Y's name.When put on board, X told Nasir, "You wanted Dev Anand as the hero, I will give you better style then Dev Anand." The rest is history. • Give me X,Y
  64. 64. SSSSSSSSSSSSSSMOKIN!
  65. 65. ANSWER
  66. 66. Q.10 Sidney Howard Gone with the Wind Victor Young Around the World in Eighty Days William A. Horning Gigi William A. Horning Ben-Hur Sam Zimbalist Ben-Hur Eric Orbom Spartacus Walt Disney Winnie the Pooh and the Blustery Day Raymond Rasch Limelight Larry Russell Limelight Peter Finch Network Geoffrey Unsworth Tess Howard Ashman Beauty and the Beast Thomas C. Goodwin Educating Peter Conrad Hall Road to Perdition X Y Gil Friesen 20 Feet from Stardom
  67. 67. SSSSSSSSSSSSSSMOKIN!
  68. 68. ANSWER X – Heath Ledger Y – The Dark Knight
  69. 69. Q.11 • X is an American actress, screenwriter, film director, producer, model and author. She first appeared in an advertisement when she was eleven months old. • After X posed for Playboy in 1995, Y, who had worked with her in the movie Z, mailed her a note saying, "Cover yourself up," with a quilt and a copy of the magazine with all her pictures edited to make her look fully clothed. • Give me X,Y and Z
  70. 70. SSSSSSSSSSSSSSMOKIN!
  71. 71. ANSWER X – Drew Barrymore Y – Steven Spielberg Z – E.T.
  72. 72. Q.12 • Even though no professional actor has ever appeared in more than three of Kubrick’s films, X has cameos in 2001 (as Heywood Floyd’s child), Barry Lyndon (as a young party guest), The Shining (as a ghost) and Full Metal Jacket(as a TV reporter). • X is also credited with the musical score for Full Metal Jacket under a pseudonym. • Give me X
  73. 73. SSSSSSSSSSSSSSMOKIN!
  74. 74. ANSWER Vivian Kubrick (His daughter)
  75. 75. • 5 questions, all video clips • Each clip in itself worth 5/10 points (indicated by the question) • Each answer open to pounce,-5 negatives both cases • Only for certain questions will the answers be revealed • Pouncing for connect before the answer for clip gets revealed • Connect points go from +30/-20 to +10/0 Visual Connect
  76. 76. 1 (+10)
  77. 77. 2 (+5)
  78. 78. 3 (+10)
  79. 79. 4 (+10)
  80. 80. 5 (+5)
  81. 81. INFINITE POUNCE • 12 questions, anticlockwise • +10/0 on the bounce • +10/-5 on the pounce
  82. 82. Q.13 • The following is an audio clip of an interview with X. I just want what is being talked about here.
  83. 83. SSSSSSSSSSSSSSMOKIN!
  84. 84. ANSWER Keira Knightley on playing Natalie Portman’s double in StarWars Episode I:The Phantom Menace
  85. 85. Q.14 • This momentous occasion took place for about 30 seconds during the movie X. Getting the occasion organized took some doing, however. Fortunately,the man who was able to accomplish this task was none other than acclaimed director and producer Steven Spielberg. • As it so happens, several years prior, Michael Eisner, the newly elected representative of one of the sides had taken on the expensive budget for the Spielberg flick Raiders of the Lost Ark. It was Eisner who wanted to create this occasion for which he approached Spielberg. • As Eisner had believed, Spielberg was able to deliver in a very big way and convince both sides involved which led to the creation of a historic scene • Give me X and the momentous occasion
  86. 86. SSSSSSSSSSSSSSMOKIN!
  87. 87. ANSWER Mickey Mouse and Bugs Bunny appeared together on screen for the only time.
  88. 88. Q15 The Five Ways To Know You’re watching an X movie • Daddy Issues • Streams of Light • Awestruck Faces (aka The ‘X’ Face) • This shot A character sees something through a window, windshield or some other piece of glass. The camera sits on he opposite side so that we see what they are seeing as well as the expression on their face when they see it, without the need for a cutaway shot. • The music of Y ID X and Y.
  89. 89. SSSSSSSSSSSSSSMOKIN!
  90. 90. ANSWER • X-Steven Speilberg • Y- John Williams
  91. 91. Q16 Speculation abounds as to the nature of the mysterious glowing contents of X: People have speculated it to be Elvis’ gold suit seen worn by Val Kilmer( as Elvis) in True Romance. The most persistent theory however (most usually attributed to a friend of a friend who saw it posted on a message board by someone whose brother had read a report of a radio interview with Y himself) is that it is Z’s soul. The story goes that when the Devil takes a person’s soul, it is removed through the back of the head (this isn’t part of any known religion, but this is what the message board posters say). When we see the back of Z’s head he has a band-aid covering the precise spot indicated by tradition for soul-removal. Perhaps Z sold his soul to the Devil, which would also explain why the combination to open X is 666.
  92. 92. SSSSSSSSSSSSSSMOKIN!
  93. 93. ANSWER • X- Marsellus Wallace’s briefcase/ The briefcase • Y- Quentin Tarantino • Z- Marsellus Wallace
  94. 94. Q17 • The Principle of Evil Marksmanship states that, during a fight scene, antagonists in a work of fiction will be as incompetent as the plot demands, despite prior characterization or reputation. For example, marksmen in action films are often very bad shots and almost never harm the main characters. They are generally capable of hitting a target only if the target is either of no value to the plot or if their death will advance the plot. The term first appeared in film critic Roger Ebert's 1980 book "Little Movie Glossary", and had been submitted by Jim Murphy of New York. • The theme is commonly seen in cowboy films, action films, martial arts films, and comics, and is often a source of mockery by critics, satirists, and fans. • There are two specific rules that follow this principle: • One-At-a-Time Attack Rule • In any situation where the hero is alone, surrounded by dozens of bad guys, they will always obligingly attack one at a time. This is actually done because it is easier for the director to get a better shot of the fight in one-on-one battles. • Inverse Ninja Law • Though depicted as nearly-invincible warriors (especially when they are the heroes of the story), ninja are often conversely depicted as disposable cannon fodder to be dispatched by the hero character, especially one who is a ninja himself. Thus, modern entertainment has shown ninja as either expendable, attacking in large numbers, or as nearly invulnerable solitary warriors (who are often unmasked in contrast). The law is also known by several other names such as, Law of the Conservation of Ninjutsu or the Law of Diminishing Ninjas or even the "Law of the Conservation of Whoopass. • How is the Principle of Evil Marksmanship better known to us?
  95. 95. SSSSSSSSSSSSSSMOKIN!
  96. 96. ANSWER • The Storm trooper Effect
  97. 97. Q18 • If you type www.lacunainc.com in the search bar of your browser, where will you be redirected?
  98. 98. SSSSSSSSSSSSSSMOKIN!
  99. 99. ANSWER • The official website of the Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind.
  100. 100. Q19 • The clip on the next slide contains a reference to a movie. • Although largely ignored upon release, it soon gained notoriety as a midnight movie when audiences began participating with the film at the Waverly Theater in New York City in 1976. Audience members returned to the cinemas frequently and talked back to the screen and began dressing as the characters, spawning similar performance groups across the United States. Still in limited release nearly four decades after its premiere, it has the longest-running theatrical release in film history. Today, the film has a large international cult following and is one of the most well-known and financially successful midnight movies of all time. • ID the movie being referenced.
  101. 101. SSSSSSSSSSSSSSMOKIN!
  102. 102. ANSWER • The Rocky Horror Picture Show.
  103. 103. Q20 Connect the films on the next slide.
  104. 104. SSSSSSSSSSSSSSMOKIN!
  105. 105. ANSWER • The Red Curtain Trilogy. The films do not form a trilogy in the traditional sense. Each film contains a theatre motif that reappears throughout the film. Dance is used in the first film, poetry and language in the second and song in the third.
  106. 106. Q21. • Connect.
  107. 107. SSSSSSSSSSSSSSMOKIN!
  108. 108. ANSWER • Bollywood films made on the Stockholm Syndrome.
  109. 109. Q22 • In 2002 Paul McCartney ran into Peter Jackson at the Academy Awards and told him of something the Beatles’ had planned way back in 1967. Jackson told Wellington’s Evening Post newspaper, “It was something John was driving and X still had the rights at that stage but he didn’t like the idea of the Beatles doing it. So he killed it.” • What was “the Plan”?
  110. 110. SSSSSSSSSSSSSSMOKIN!
  111. 111. ANSWER • John Lennon wanted to play the grasping, thieving creature Gollum • George Harrison was to play the wise wizard Gandalf • Ringo Starr was to play Frodo’s devoted sidekick Sam. • Notice there’s no mention of who Paul would have played. Some sources say he would have played Frodo.
  112. 112. Q23 • This phrase originated in the movie X, and has subsequently been used very frequently in movies such as Matrix, Avatar, Honey, I Shrunk the Kids, etc. • The phrase means effectively, “to be out of your comfort zone.” • Give me the phrase and the movie.
  113. 113. SSSSSSSSSSSSSSMOKIN!
  114. 114. ANSWER • “We're not in Kansas anymore.” • X- Wizard of Oz.
  115. 115. Q24 • The next question is a collection of snapshots depicting something. The guy in all the pictures is the same. • Give me either the guy or what exactly is being depicted.
  116. 116. SSSSSSSSSSSSSSMOKIN!
  117. 117. ANSWER • This is Mr. Daws recounting six of the seven instances in which he was struck by lightning.
  118. 118. Gotta Get them All! • Written Round • Short video clip containing movie references • Played once • Differential scoring per item on the list 3*(n-1) • One minute for compiling answers
  119. 119. ANSWER

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