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Who wrote the movie?
The first question is usually best asked to learn more about the film. You can ask:
What are some favorite quotes from the film?
How did you feel watching this film?
Tell me something I don’t know!
These are good questions to ask because they reveal something about your experience as a viewer, even if you don’t watch movies often.
You can also ask users what their favorite/least favorite scenes or moments were in the film. This reveals how much you do (and don’t) know about your viewers.
What movie released the same year as the show in which the actor who played Johnny Marco also starred in?
Although this may seem like a difficult question to answer, it’s not! There was only one film that had all of those things (and more) so we are going to use this for our discussion today.
The Godfather Part II is a 1974 American crime drama film produced by Martin Bregman and Andre Jacquemetton and directed by Francis Ford Coppola. It stars Marlon Brando and Al Pacino as leaders of a family-run organized crime group and focuses on their struggle to maintain power and influence after the murder of the family’s boss.
They both star in the story alongside with other actors including Diane Keaton, Talia Shire, and Elliott Gould. The film trilogy closes out with Fred Dryer starring as Michael Corleone, the family’s youngest son. He must choose between living with his father’s legacy and pursuing a career as a police officer.
This article will discuss how they achieved such realism into the film, along with some interesting trivia questions related to the movie.
Where is the movie set?
Finding out where a film was shot can take you far in engaging your audience. While not every film shoots entirely in one place, there are ways to connect with an audience beyond just talking about the plot.
Where did the film shoot interviews? How about at what restaurant did they have lunch during filming? You can ask these questions of people who work at shooting locations.
Having knowledge about a location helps make you more interesting to talk to, which may lead to additional conversations. People enjoy hearing about things that affect their eyes- helping them get closer to the world.
Location tours give attendees a way to be involved and learn more. If someone wants to know more about a certain area or how a city looks and operates, this is a great opportunity to let them!
What is the movie about?
The ultimate question to ask yourself when deciding what topic to discuss in relation to a film, series, or other media is “What does this have to do with the matter I’m trying to tell?
It has to make sense within the context of the plot, story, theme, etc.”
Many people make the mistake of simply asking themselves questions first. They think talking about random topics will get them interesting answers but it only seems to irritate and annoy everyone around them.
You need to remember that you are not there to entertain someone else; you are there to be entertained by them.
Your goal is to create an atmosphere where your friends and family can be relaxed and comfortable, so keep the conversations focused on non-superficial subjects.
Who is the main character?
Understanding this question can help you get through your movie trivia quiz to learn more about how to play the game.
There are many different ways to answer this question.
The most common way is by reading the film’s box office summary or gathering results from IMDb. Then, look for the protagonist of the story and write down their name.
Do this for all characters involved in the plot. Divide each name into its own block so that you can easily identify them later.
You also want to know who is connected to whom via what relationship. These relationships should be documented as well. Knowing these things ahead of time makes looking up information much easier.
If someone asks you a question then you don’t have to try to figure out what it is before you know whether you will fail or not. Know where other people are entering in the process and see if they need any assistance. Chances are they do and you would rather spend your time doing something else.
What other movies did the actor star in that are comparable to the one you’re watching?
Even if you don’t know much about movie trivia, there are still many fun questions you can ask yourself about your favorite films. These question will force you to think more deeply and will get you chatting with your friends again.
When asking these questions, try to avoid referring to specific scenes or lines of dialogue. It is better to refer to overall themes, stories, etc. – things which most people would probably not notice.
Here are some good question types to start with:
What is the best title song from this film?
What is the greatest strength of this character?
Did you know the actor who plays your main character?
This is one of the more popular movie trivia questions. If you have an audience, they will love asking this question.
It can be used in any situation where someone might just “wing it” when giving a performance answer. There are no wrong answers – everyone has different ways of doing things (and people have many different versions of events), so there’s never a right or wrong answer.
This question pulls out the person’s subconscious to accept what they believe and use that as a guide for their behavior. At its core, this question asks viewers to consider whether or not they like each other enough to agree on something.
If two people really like each other, then maybe they don’t need to argue about what color shoes to pick. They could just go with the natural choice they make even if they disagree on something.
This question works because it forces participants to think differently and evaluate how well they get along with each other.
What is the release date of the movie?
There are several good movie trivia questions that you can use to quiz people about movies. You can also ask general knowledge questions like this one.
However, if you want to test someone’s ability for logical thinking, then you should try some other type of question. This way you will both have fun.
If you want to know when to show your friend they mean something special to you, then ask them what film or television program their favorite movie or episode was from. Show them which ones you thought were great too!
You may find it difficult to come up with conversation topics next time you see someone you care about and want to talk to him/her. Having good dialogue is important in building relationships.
Put effort into each interaction you have so you don’t run out of things to say. A little bit of prep work makes a big difference in how much words matter to you.
——Talk About Your Accomplishments
What are you grateful for? Many people do not think about this question but once you pose it, you’ll find yourself more engaged in what others have to say and wanting to hear what others have to say again.
It’s effective as a pickup line (asking a girl if she plays football) but works either way.
——Top Tips For Productive Arguments
Bullet point: Start with rules
Who is the director?
It’s hard to believe that someone as talented and creative as Cameron Crowe was not always sure he would end up being a filmmaker. After all, he grew up in La Grande, Oregon (population 1,900) and after graduating from Pioneer High School in 1986 he attended film school at Columbia College in Portland.
His passion for movies was evident at an early age. He wrote his first book when he was 10 years old. Entitled “The Greatest Movies of All Time!,” it was published by Disque Press and released in 1972. Incredibly, he had little to no experience beyond reading and writing.
Crowe made several popular documentaries related to music before making his feature debut with 1997’s “Say Anything…” A modern romantic comedy, the movie follows teenage boys who find common ground in their appreciation of classic films. In 2007, he directed the drama “Jerry Maguire,” which earned him a place in history as the director of the most expensive movie ever shot in Las Vegas. More generally, he has gained recognition for his directing work in television, including significant episodes of series such as “Friends,” “Parks and Recreation,” and more recently, NBC’s “This Is Us.”
He also keeps himself busy acting in features and shooting videos. Aside from his written works, these include the video blogs “Transporter Yard”