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“I shouldn’t be here today!” This week’s film quiz focuses on the films of Kevin Smith and also covers topics such as singers, sequels and siblings.

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Kevin Smith has never claimed to be one of the great filmmakers, but he has built up a considerable filmography as a director, writer and occasional actor. And how Employees III marks the end of a trilogy (read my full review here) so this week’s quiz marks the life and work of our second favorite actor and director named Kevin. You know the routine, it’s the weekend, so please enjoy 30 questions (“In a row?”) on topics ranging from Smith movies to non-Smith movies.

If you have completed all three rounds, there is a link to a separate post with the correct answers at the bottom of this post. As always, this is just for fun, but please let us know how you did in the comments (scores of 30 points this week!) and give us any other nice feedback. Snootchie Bootchies!

ROUND ONE – This week in movie history

This round is all about new UK theatrical releases and this week’s general film history over the years past – we’ve given you the year at the top of each question to help!

  1. 2015 – Who plays the dual roles of Reggie and Ronnie Kray in Legend?
  2. 1963 – Which Alfred Hitchcock thriller connects Tippi Hedren, Rod Taylor and Jessica Tandy?
  3. 2001 – LAPD officer Brian O’Connor is a main character in which movie franchise?
  4. 2022 – In cinemas this week! Moontime Daydream is a documentary about which singer?
  5. 1994 – Which movie is next in this series of movies from the 1990s: The Hunt for Red October > Patriot Games > ?
  6. 1997/2017 – Who plays Queen Victoria in both? Mrs Brown and Victoria and Abdul?
  7. 1978 – What decade is it Fat set to?
  8. 2004 – “I love lamp” is a quote from which comedy?
  9. 1958 – Born This Week, which ties the 1990s movies together Bound, bullets across Broadway, and Chucky and his bride?
  10. 1986 – What 1982 horror film has a sequel called The other side?

ROUND TWO – The Kevin Smith Round

This job would be great if it weren’t for all the questions… here’s a round on Kevin Smith’s film work, both behind and in front of the camera.

  1. Which US state is Kevin Smith’s View Askewniverse mostly set in?
  2. Alanis Morissette plays God in the 1999s dogmabut who plays her voice, Metatron?
  3. What kind of animal is the mascot of Mooby’s, the fictional fast food chain in Employees II?
  4. The series cameo artist has a memorable early acting role, which he played himself in the 1995s mall rats?
  5. In which 2007 action sequel did Smith have a cameo as computer hacker “Warlock”?
  6. Which duo fight back in 2001 and had her reboot in 2020?
  7. in the Zack and Miri make a pornSeth Rogen plays Zack and who plays Miri?
  8. What 2011 horror film features the fanatical Five Points Trinity Church?
  9. In which 2003 Marvel film does Smith appear as a forensic assistant named Jack Kirby?
  10. Alongside his daughter Lily-Rose, who plays French-Canadian detective Guy LaPointe tusk and yoga pants?

ROUND THREE – Pot Luck

Let’s finish with a random selection of pot luck movie questions – these could be from any era, genre, or difficulty level. Enjoy!

  1. Which 2007 sci-fi horror movie has the tagline “The last man on earth is not alone”?
  2. Which of the four Beatles co-founded the British film studio HandMade Films in 1978?
  3. In the news! Pixar has announced it is making a sequel to which 2015 film?
  4. Also in cinemas this week! Which two Ocean’s Eleven Stars reunite in the new romantic comedy Entrance ticket to paradise?
  5. Who is older – David Arquette or Patricia Arquette?
  6. How many movies are in it The Twilight Saga?
  7. Who connects the films of the 1980s? The ‘Burbs, Return of the Jediand When Harry met Sally…?
  8. Which member of the X-Men shares their name with a 2014 neo-noir thriller?
  9. Which actor’s real name is Ramón Estévez?
  10. And finally what comes after 13, 48and 127 making the titles of three different films?

Ready for the answers?

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