Penguins are all the rage. Name the film:
|March of the Penguins|
It looks like it's gonna be a hell of a flight. What film was this from?
|Snakes on a Plane|
|Black Snake Moan|
|Air Force One|
Don't mess with him, he's all business:
|The Last King of Scotland|
|Coming to America|
Please, do not feed the bears:
|Into the Wild|
Kids, say no to drugs! What film is this promoting?
|The 25th Hour|
|Do the Right Thing|
|Mo' Better Blues|
Seen here is a poster from a concert film. Which band is featured in the film?
|Grand Funk Railroad|
|The Rolling Stones|
Dude, *don't* turn around.
|Journey to the Center of the Earth|
|Night at the Museum|
They just flew in from Cleveland, and boy are their arms tired! This whacky poster promotes:
Name the film:
|The Rocky Horror Picture Show|
Which Jennifer Aniston vehicle is this from?
|The Break Up|
|The Good Girl|
|Along Came Polly|
Some people have rather serious issues with clowns. Name the film.
|Shakes the Clown|
|Under the Big Top|
Which of the Godfather films claims the poster seen in detail here?
|The Godfather, Part II|
|The Godfather, Part III|
|None of them|
The film whose poster we see (in part) here mentions a man with this profession:
This rather destructive scene is from which film's one-sheet?
|Planet of the Apes|
|Escape from New York|
|The Day After Tomorrow|
Kid, please do not deface public property!
|Little Man Tate|
|Stand By Me|
|Searching for Bobby Fischer|
Feel his pain:
|Wristcutters: A Love Story|
Which film is this poster from?
|Kill Bill, Vol. 2|
A lesser-known version of which Hitchcock poster is seen below?
|North by Northwest|
It's always nice to catch up on window shopping:
|It's a Wonderful Life|
|The Family Man|
|Planes, Trains and Automobiles|
The grainy image seen below is from the poster from which submarine flick?
|Ice Station Zebra|
|K19: The Widowmaker|
|The Hunt for Red October|
|21.||Which of the following is a poster from a Julia Roberts picture?|
|22.||Which is not from a poster for a Best Picture Oscar winner of the 2000's?|
What do the films whose posters are seen here all have in common?
|They were all primarily set in Africa|
|They were all based on a Pulitzer-winning work|
|They all directed by the same person|
|Each won the Palme d'Or at Cannes|
|24.||The films who claim these posters each feature the name of a US state in their name. Which is farthest north?|
The four posters below are from James Bond film. Which represents the film that was the leading actor's only appearance as Bond?