Monday, December 17, 2012

Answers to Friday Funday Trivia: Christmastime Movies

Before getting to the answers, here are the names of the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place finishers this week:

1st place-  David L. and Michelle: 50 pts each... superb job you two!
2nd place- Beverley: 37 pts
3rd place- Dane: 34 pts

Congratulations to those who made it to the podium, thanks to everyone who played, and Happy Holidays!


1. 2 pts- The Santa Clause
2. 2 pts- Scrooged What is the occupation of this character? 3 bonus pts - Network TV exec
3. 2 pts- The Nightmare Before Christmas
4. 2 pts- The Polar Express
5. 2 pts- Disney's A Christmas Carol (A Christmas Carol was also correct)


6. 3 pts- This Christmas: This 2007 comedy-drama had an all-star cast including Mekhi Phifer and Sharon Leal (both pictured)
7. 2 pts- Batman Returns
8. 2 pts- Four Christmases What country singer portrayed Dallas, one of the siblings of the character on the left? 3 bonus pts- Tim McGraw
9. 2 pts- Bad Santa
10. 4 pts- Deck the Halls- This week it's a tie for Best Intentionally Funny Answer of the Week. Jon's response for this was "Two Broke Girls Celebrate Hanukkah"

11. 3 pts- Miracle on 34th Street  This little girl's lack of faith is shaken when she sees the main character conversing in what language to a non-English speaking child? 4 bonus pts- Dutch
12. 4 pts- Friday After Next
13.  2 pts- Muppet Christmas Carol
14.  2 pts- Jingle All the Way
15. 6 pts- Crash: It's easy to forget this 2005 Best Picture Oscar winner was set during the Christmas season.  The other Best Intentionally Funny Answer of the Week goes to Dane who said, "Menace 2 Society 2: O-Dog's Christmas Blues". Although Dane didn't ID the movie, he did recognize the actor in the photo (Larenz Tate, who also played O-Dog in "Menace II Society")


Leticia said...

I had no clue on most of those, so I gave up.

Stagg said...

The Pop Culture Dish Strikes Again!-It amazes me that trivia can even theme into the Holidays on such a large scale...modern culture is massive!


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