The Irish Times - Friday - The Ticket - - SEVEN DAYS | FILM - For an­swers, see irish­­ture/film

Don­ald Clarke 1 Who have, var­i­ously, en­joyed a Grand Day Out, en­coun­tered Wrong Trousers and en­dured a Close Shave?

a) Ab­bot and Costello b) Lau­rel and Hardy c) Wallace and Gromit d) Lewis and Martin

2 “She’s my sis­ter.” Slap! “She’s my daugh­ter.” Slap! “My sis­ter, my daugh­ter.” The end of what?

a) Chi­na­town b) The Last Pic­ture Show c) Trou­ble in Store d) Alice Doesn’t Live Here Any­more

3 Which di­rec­tor has not been within the web?

a) Sam Raimi b) Marc Webb c) Bryan Singer d) Jon Watts 4 Which, son­i­cally speak­ing, is the odd one out? a) Fa­tal At­trac­tion b) Mid­night Ex­press c) Scar­face (1983) d) Amer­i­can Gigolo

5 Welles’s in­com­plete se­cond. The Seven Samu­rai re-imag­ined. More­cambe and Wise on the big screen. What su­perla­tive?

a) Ex­cel­lent b) Su­perb c) Out­ra­geous d) Mag­nif­i­cent

6 (Eminem’s Mile + Win­ter­bot­tom’s grubby Songs) ÷ Sis­ter Sarah’s Mules = x. Solve for x, where x is a fine film.

a) Thir­teen b) Se7en c) 10 d) 8 1/2

7 Which is cor­rect?!?

a) Oliver b) Ev­ery­body Wants Some! c) Crash! d) Help!

8 All but one of the im­ages above mean noth­ing to me. Which one? 9 “Mak­ing movies, mak­ing songs and fight­ing round the world” Who?

a) Johnny Depp b) James Franco c) Rus­sell Crowe d) Sean Penn

10 Quel maledetto Treno Blindato is nor­mally pre­sented un­der which English-lan­guage ti­tle?

a) The In­glo­ri­ous Bas­tards b) The Bird With the Crys­tal Plumage c) Rocco and His Broth­ers d) A Fist­ful of Dy­na­mite

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