Quiz the one hundred-and-thirty-second: Diner (Part two)

Time to find yourself a booth or have a seat at the counter for another trip to the diner with this week’s movie quiz. Looks like there’s lots of odd company to keep!

See also: Quiz the seventieth: Diner (Part one), Quiz the one hundred-and-ninety-first: Diner (Part three).


























38 thoughts on “Quiz the one hundred-and-thirty-second: Diner (Part two)

  1. tensecondsfromnow

    2. American Graffitti
    5. Psycho II
    6. The Last Stand
    10 Autofocus
    12. The In Laws
    14. The Dead Don’t Die
    16. You Were Never Really There
    18. Paris Texas
    19. I Tonya
    20. Insidious; The Last Key
    23. Alex Good; My Part in his Downfall
    21. First Reformed
    25. Howard the Duck

      1. Alex Good Post author

        Alas, I think you’re batting .000 in any movie from an era before you were born. I’m starting to suspect you missed all of my lectures on History of Cinema. Sad.

      2. tensecondsfromnow

        Sigh. I leave these ones for the oldies like yourself. You still remember queing up to see Mary have her head cut off, or Anne Boleyn. I sense you resent my youthful swagger, but that’s just tough, grandpa!

      3. Alex Good Post author

        I got in line for bear-baitings and witch-burnings too. But I guess there’s still some of the former being practiced.

      1. tensecondsfromnow

        Made it to the end of Jellystone Park? Wut?

        Pictures is all the world expects of you. Ever tried reading a book, Bunty? Not a Top Cat coloring book like you’re used to, but with actual words and stuff in it? Thought not. Reviewing two minute films, you call that reviewing? Lightweight…

      2. tensecondsfromnow

        Both of these things may well be true, but where should I start with your canon? Our library only stocks books by real authors like Jackie Collins and Virginia Andrews, have you written anything like them?

      3. Alex Good Post author

        Haven’t read The Hermeneutics of the New Narratological Cinema: A Phenomenological Perspective? Not surprised if your local branch doesn’t have it. You may have to put an order in for it.

      4. Alex Good Post author

        Hm. I was going to recommend one of my graphic novels but that might be too much reading. How about 1,001 Find-a-Word Puzzles to Do Before You Die? You can get that used on Amazon with all the words already circled so it shouldn’t take you too long to get through.

      5. Alex Good Post author

        Well, I would introduce you to one of the pop-up books, but I wouldn’t want you to break it. So mazes it is. Do you have crayons or are you going to have to pick some up?

      6. Alex Good Post author

        Well, yes, but have you behaved? I think the crayons and maze will have to do. It’ll be just like a trip to the restaurant!

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