Quiz the twenty-fourth: Movie man ass (Part one)

This fellow won’t need to go looking too far, as there’s a full moon rising with this week’s quiz. I mean, we’re really getting cheeky with it. Now see how many of these movies you can identify from their famous and not-so-famous backsides.

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8 thoughts on “Quiz the twenty-fourth: Movie man ass (Part one)

  1. chandlerswainreviews

    Afraid I bottomed out on this one. However, a few guesses…
    03) Starship Troopers
    04) National Lampoon’s Animal House
    05) Lethal Weapon 2
    07) The Man Who Would Be King
    11) Caligula
    13) Last Tango in Paris
    14) Myra Breckinridge
    16) Planet of the Apes (1968)
    17) The Long Good Friday
    22) 300

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    1. Alex Good Post author

      Well, I’m still glad you took a crack at it.

      I think that uses up all the bad puns, doesn’t it?

      There’s only one guess on your list that was just slightly (very slightly) off. I’m impressed you got The Man Who Would Be King though. I had that rated as one of the really tough ones.

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  2. Sheba

    20 is, of course, the legendary Tango & Cash, and 10 has to be Nightmare on Elm Street 2. 8 might be Reanimator? And finally, 4 could be Starman (I’m being guided by the hair and vague recollections of Jeff Bridges’ ass).

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    1. Alex Good Post author

      I’m so glad someone else loves Tango & Cash as much as I do! Good catch on Nightmare on Elm Street 2. I thought that was fairly obscure. The only miss was 4, which Chandler got right above. It’s Donald Sutherland’s ass from Animal House.

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  3. Tom Moody

    I hope there is an Alex on Film post coming in the near future on Tango & Cash. I only just saw it and could use some guidance. One observation — the film’s collection of villains and kooks including Jack Palance, Michael J. Pollard, Clint Howard, Brion James (with a bad British accent), and “the guy with the jaw” has to have been some kind of in-joke. This multi-generational coming-together of Tinseltown oddballs can’t have just happened.

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    1. Alex Good Post author

      Oh I’m sure there’s a post coming on Tango & Cash, but it won’t be in the near future. I’ve got a big backlog of posts to get through.

      I’m not sure what the full story is behind the making of it. I think there was a lot of chaos, and they burned through a number of directors. Of course, it’s not a great movie, but I remember seeing it when it came out and it just turned into one of those movies that for whatever reason you can’t forget. God knows I’ve totally forgotten a lot of better movies, but Tango & Cash, like the Dude, abides.

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