Movies Quizzes

Get your popcorn ready and put your movie trivia knowledge to the test with one of Sporcle's movie quizzes. From Disney games and trivia to Oscar trivia, there is an online movie trivia game for everyone. If you are a real movie buff, try naming famous movie quotes or Pixar movie trivia. We have movie games for movie awards, actors and actresses, best pictures, and even the nominees. No matter what you are looking for, there is a quiz for everyone. No 3-D glasses required!

Today's Featured Game

Films by Beginning Title Cards
We always imagine the title text being read in a deep, solemn voice. Maybe it's the music.
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Great Actor, Bad Review
Sometimes movie critics get things wrong. Very wrong.
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Movies of 1991
Back in 1991 there weren't all these fancy computer shots, so if you wanted to blow up the Earth, you had to do it FOR REAL.
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Movies with Criminal Protagonists
When the criminal doubles as the hero, we usually brush aside the criminal part.
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Movie Titles: First Word Same as Last Word
These film titles were created by lazy people. Use different words!
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What Movie? One Word Movies (A) (Slideshow)
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Better give this quiz your A game.
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Movie Groups
If you're going to star in a movie, sometimes it's better to go as a group.
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Bug Movies
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Name the movies that contain a type of a bug (insect, arachnid, etc.) in the title.
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Was THIS Actor in THAT Movie?
Before IMDb existed, all you knew was that Bill Paxton was in way more movies than one person should be.
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Unique Movie Phrases
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Try working these into regular conversation.
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Funny Movie Memes: Name The Film
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Boredom and the internet produce some hilarious results.
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Headless Animated Movie Slideshow
These characters probably just have their head in the clouds.
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Hero, Villain, and Love Interest
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There's one in every story... it's a rule, I checked.
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Guess the Actor 3!
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Name the Guess the Actor 3!.
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Movies by Death Scene III
This one sorta bummed us out a little bit.
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Top Grossing Threequels
We're shocked that none of these movies were split into 2 smaller sequels and released over the course of just a few months.
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30 Female Title Characters
These famous films put females first.
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50 Movies that End in 'E'
E is the vowel you need if you're desperately in search of a comb.
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3 Roles (Comedy Edition)
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Pick the actor from three of their comedic roles.
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Movies by Score Title Selections
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Name the movies by score title selections.
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Segmented Movie Posters (2000s)
Many of these smushed together movies seem like they would be spectacular.
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Triple Bond Images - Movie Edition
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Name the movie these three images evoke.
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Oscar Winning Actors on a First Name Basis
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Name all the first names of the Best Actor and Supporting Actor winners.
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Movie by British Villain
The UK sure breeds some evil villains!
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Follow That Line: Airplane!
By the way, is there anyone on board who knows how to fly a plane?
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Put the Movies Back Together
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Can you put the one-word, 7-letter movie titles back together?
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Slideshow: Animated Disney Movies
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Name the animated disney movies from a screenshot of part of the movie.
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In Which Movie Does Robin Williams Say...
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R.I.P. Robin Williams
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Movies at the Beach (Slideshow)
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If you hold the speaker up to your ear, you can hear the waves.
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Five Characters Played by Famous Actors
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Pick the five characters played by these famous actors.
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5 Star Movie Pairings
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Name the five movies which the actor and director pairings have worked on together.
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Recent popular comments in Movies

  1. Follow That Line: Airplane!
    81
    Looks like I picked the wrong week to quit Sporcle
  2. Was THIS Actor in THAT Movie?
    56
    8.9% percent of people thought Dustin Hoffman was in Star Wars. How many times has Todd Gack played this quiz?
  3. Robin Williams Movies
    51
    In memory of Robin Williams, this is the National Suicide Hotline number (US): 1-800-273-8255. Mental illness is a serious medical issue and people should not be embarrassed to seek out help for it.
  4. Movie by Object
    49
    @2Dfruity- Actually, there IS a movie called 'Star Wars' (or at least there was). That was the name of the original installment in 1977. It was only renamed "Episode IV: A New Hope" when it was re-released in 1981. So, for the old guys like me, 'Star Wars' is definitely both a single movie and a franchise. Even having said that, the house (known as 'Lars' Homestead') appears in Attack of the Clones and Revenge of the Sith too.

    I'll repeat what I said in the archived comments- by all means, please suggest sequel ideas!
  5. 50 Movies that End in 'E'
    47
    Lesser Hoffman?
  6. Robin Williams Movies
    41
    A long story. Sorry.
    Sometime around the year 2000, Who Wants To Be A Millionaire had a contestant on by the name of Stan Fluoride. I thought "he's named after the active ingredient in toothpaste?" and somehow, in those early days of the internet, found his e-mail address on line and sent him an e-mail asking if that was where he got the name from. (It was, and somehow I was the only person to ask him about this.)
    We ended up becoming e-penpals for a while. He was something of a minor celebrity in California even before his Millionaire appearance. He knew I had two young kids. He asked if I read to them at bedtime. I did occasionally. Fluoride told me that a friend of his told him the best thing he ever did was read aloud to his children the complete Harry Potter series, which at that point was about 3 books. That friend, you have probably guessed, was Robin Williams.
    And he passed on Robin's advice: be sure to read in the voice of the characters!
    This was before the first Harry Potter film had been released but I already knew what Richard Harris, Maggie Smith, Robbie Coltrane and Alan Rickman sounded like from earlier roles, so I was able to make a decent enough go of it that my kids loved it. My daughter, who was only about 4 when we started, picked up reading by following along and by the third book, she was starting to read it on her own. By second grade she was reading at an 8th grade level. Now she's in university.
    We never know when we drop pebbles in the water how far the ripples extend.
  7. Follow That Line: Airplane!
    40
    This quiz, as much as anything else, led to my drinking problem.
  8. Movies by Death Scene III
    38
    Not to nitpick, but the Black Knight in Monty Python and the Holy Grail doesn't actually die. He's left dismembered and screaming at King Arthur for his cowardice. Good quiz though!
  9. Follow That Line: Airplane!
    37
    I saw Airplane! when it was first released in 1980 while a college student in West Philadelphia, at a neighborhood theater where the audience was split roughly evenly between blacks and whites. When the scene with the little boy and the little girl came on, most of the theater kind of fidgeted -- it was too precious, it wasn't funny, it was taking time out from the rapid-fire sequence of corny jokes. Then, of course, the little girl delivered the classic deadpan punch line that the writers had spent so much time setting up -- "I take [my coffee] black....like my men." The reaction was something I've never experienced in a theater before or since. First there was a gasp. Then about two seconds of stunned silence. Then a small laugh...then another...then more. Five seconds later, as it sunk in, the entire theater had absolutely erupted into complete, hilarious, side-splitting, pants-peeing laughter, followed by a huge round of applause mid-movie. It wasn't until 15 years later, when I saw the movie on VCR, that I finally got to hear what happened in the subsequent 60 seconds of the film.
  10. Movie by Object
    37
    Only 35% got the last one? Inconceivable!
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