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How Well Do You Know: 2013: The Year in Movies, Part 2
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1. Saving Mr. Banks is most closely associated with this classic Disney film:

2. Jeremy Renner is to Hansel as she is to Gretel:
Minka Kelly
Oliva Wilde
Gemma Arterton
Christina Hendricks
3. The "Station" in Fruitvale Station refers to:
A police station
An AMTRAK train station
A mass transit station
A radio station
4. Jeremy Irons won an Academy Award. Ditto Emma Thompson. Viola Davis? She was nominated for an Oscar. Only one film this year assembled this collection of raw acting talent. In which movie did these three share the screen?
The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones
Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa
Beautiful Creatures
5. 2013 saw the release of Iron Man A, Despicable Me B and Fast & Furious C. Solve A+B+C, please.
By way of explanation.....
We had Iron Man 3, Despicable Me 2 and Fast & Furious 6
6. One of the highlights of the year was the sequels to Despicable Me and Monsters, Inc. being released during the summer. Which of the following is true?
Monsters U was released first, and ultimately earned $170 million more
Despicable Me 2 was released first, and ultimately earned $170 million more
Monsters U was released second, and ultimately earned $170 million more
Despicable Me 2 was released second, and ultimately earned $170 million more
7. This film took advantage of a nearly two-month window in which there were no other significant animated films released, and turned this absence of competition into more than $500 million at the box office. Which film?
The Croods
Escape from Planet Earth
The Smurfs 2
8. She played a character who had a To Do List:
Aubrey Plaza
Amy Adams
Sarah Silverman
Rachel Nichols
9. The poster for this film shows some kind of cybernetic doohickey implanted in the back of the skull of our hero:
Man of Steel
The Last Stand
Side Effects
10. William Shakespeare, who you may have heard of, wrote many, many plays. Which of the following came to the big screen in 2013:
Much Ado About Nothing
Twelfth Night
The Winter's Tale
11. Spoilers be damned. As the title so helpfully instructs, who Dies at the End?
12. Horror apparently decided to cross state lines, as The Haunting in Connecticut 2 was subtitled Ghosts of:
13. Billy and Nick get an internship at ___________ in The Intership:
14. Not only was this world leader the subject of a biopic during the year, his notable one-time wife was, too.
Ronald Reagan
Mikhail Gorbachev
Nelson Mandela
Pope John Paul II. No, wait....
15. Three of these pop culture landmarks received an additional dimension during the year. Which did not get the 3D treatment for a special re-release?
Wizard of Oz
Jurassic Park
Top Gun
16. Witches, man. Which of the following did not play a witch in Oz the Great and Powerful?
Michelle Williams
Rachel Weisz
Mila Kunis
Kate Winslet
17. From the get-go, Spike Lee's adaptation of Oldboy seemed like a strange proposition, and the director's update of the cult film from this country bombed during its Thanksgiving opening:
South Korea
18. Possibly up to a dozen of our readers treated themselves to Believe, a 2013 3D concert film featuring this immeasurable talent:
Pearl Jam
Justin Bieber
One Direction
Bruce Springsteen
19. A woman for all seasons: this summer, she was The Lifeguard; this winter, she got Frozen. Who are we talking about here?
Kristen Bell
Idina Mendel
Kristen Stewart
Kristin Chenoweth
20. What is the Warmest Color?

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