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The stand-up comedy concert films "Delirious" and "Raw" feature memorable routines by whom?
What Pixar animated character has a parent named Coral?
What James Bond film gets its title from Bond's family motto "Orbis non suffit?"
What is the name of the fictitious company featured in the 1999 cult film "Office Space"?
What comedian's production is named Happy Madison, a play on the titles of his two films?
The musical "West Side Story" is based on what Shakespearean tragedy?
Though known for her comedy, what actress won an Oscar for her dramatic turn in the 2009 film "Precious"?
The infamous "Rat Pack" originated in the '50s as a circle of what famous actor's friends?
What filmmaking icon has received the most Academy Awards, with twenty-six?
What athlete portrays himself in the 1977 movie "The Greatest"?
Starring Rob Lowe, the 2012 Lifetime movie "Drew Peterson: Untouchable" is about a man accused of what heinous crime?
Spider Spud and Optimash Prime are movie-themed updates of what classic toy?
The 1960 Hitchcock masterpiece "Psycho" has the odd distinction of being the first U.S. film to show what onscreen?
The 1990 film that made Julia Roberts a superstar takes its name from the title of what Roy Orbison song?
What nation's film industry, called "Nollywood", has in recent years become one of the top movie producers in the world?
What Tim Burton film was advertised with the tagline "His story will touch you, even though he can't"?
Containing a purposely misspelled word, the title of Quentin Tarantino's 2009 WWII epic is written how?
What deceased film critic was know to give out Golden Thumb awards to his annual Overlooked Film Festival?
In an extended trailer, Alfred Hitchcock says of what film's main character, "his hobby…was taxidermy"?
What is the name of Robert De Niro's star-obsessed character in the 1983 film "King of Comedy"?
The 2002 film "Windtalkers" details the true story of how U.S. soldiers used what language as a code during World War II?
What fictional East Coast resort town is the setting for the 1975 movie "Jaws"?
What is the real first name of movie director Spike Lee?
What classic big-screen comedy was available in a special "Don't Call Me Shirley! Edition" DVD?
Which of the following films deals with the transportation of illegal drugs?
Timothy Q. Mouse initially frightens, but then befriends the title character of what classic Disney film?
What movie's famous "counting cards" scene is spoofed in the 2009 comedy "The Hangover"?
Voiced by Johnny Depp, the title character in the 2011 animated movie "Rango" is what kind of desert creature?
What is the correct spelling of the last name of the Academy Award-winning director of "The Departed"?
What is the primary setting of the 1975 classic film "One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest"?
The 2010 comedy "Vampires Suck" is a movie spoof that pokes fun at which of these film franchises?
The title of a 1955 Marilyn Monroe film suggests that spouses "itch" to stray after how many years of marriage?
Though he was 21 when it all wrapped up, how old was Daniel Radcliffe when the first Harry Potter film came out?
The American Film Institute lists what movie's "Juror #8" as one of the top fifty movie heroes of all time?
What actor once blamed his career slump on a 1982 People magazine article that mistakenly referred to him as deceased?
What classic comedy film is credited with popularizing toga parties on college campuses?
The title of the 2011 film "Super 8" refers to a largely outdated type of what?
The 2010 documentary "The Tillman Story" explores the death of a U.S. soldier who gave up a career in what?
The 2009 documentary "The Agony and the Ecstasy of Phil Spector" examines the downfall of a famous what?
Specializing in grilled cheese sandwiches, the Arkansas food truck Grillenium Falcon pays homage to what film franchise?
What U.S. movie was released in France under the title "La Guerre des Etoiles"?
Pixar has won Academy Awards for all but which of the following?
The 1986 Tom Cruise movie "The Color of Money" centers around what high-stakes game?
What 2011 superhero movie was marketed in Russia using only its subtitle "The First Avenger"?
The romantic comedy "Sleepless In Seattle" ends with Meg Ryan and Tom Hanks finally meeting atop what landmark?
What sci-fi movie depicts an ageist, futuristic world in in which people over 30 are systematically shot?
What 2010 movie prominently features a mythical beast called a kraken?
What is the name of the greedy corporation featured predominantly in the animated movie "Wall-E"?
Played by Brendan Fraser in a 1999 movie, Dudley Do-Right is a cartoon character with what unusual day job?
Prior to 2010's "Love and Other Drugs", Anne Hathaway and Jake Gyllenhaal appeared together in what film?