It's been quite a while since I've put together a game for you all. I hope you're in the mood for one because I am. This particular one is a second installment of a game I came up with back when I first started blogging. (See here.)
Rules are as follows:
1. Match the quote to the correct picture (10 points for each correct match)
2. Bonus points if you can guess the name of the movie and the characters who are speaking (10 points for each correct guess)
So 200 points would be the maximum score. (I may also hand out half points if for instance you know the name of the movie, but not the name of the characters, etc.)
Have fun! (Oh, and I apologize in advance if I've misquoted any of the quotes. It's hard to remember them word for word. Also, the pictures aren't necessarily from the scene in which the quote was spoken but they include at least one of the principle characters from that scene.)
A. Character 1: "I always say there's nothing like a good joke."
Character 2: "And that was nothing like a good joke."
B. "Still eating, -----? Must be unhappy."
C. Character 1: "Lucky guess."
Character 2: "Nothing lucky about it. Just talent, and intuition."
D. Character 1: "Oh, why don't you stop annoying people?"
Character 2: "Well, I'm sorry...HEY!"
E. Character 1: "But you haven't got a license."
Character 2: "Of course not. I'm too young to have a license."
Character 1: "What if you get caught?"
Character 2: "Look. It's grandfather's car, isn't it? And we're taking it to him, aren't we?
And it is an emergency, isn't it?"
F. Character 1: "At least he feels like singing."
Character 2: "Well so do I sometimes but I keep it to myself."
G. Character 1: "I think it's a crime that a woman with your talent--well, I suppose you'd
really have to call it magic--hasn't a family to share it with."
Character 2: "Are you trying to dump those kids off on me? Or are you working on
Character 1: "I am merely trying to point out that you have a natural way with
H. Character 1: "My aunt Agnes used to have a saying that went, 'If your heart is where the
sky is bluest, then the sound of winter's twilight will be your friend.'"
Character 2: "Your aunt said that?"
Character 1: "Yeah. And every time I think of it I want to cry."
Character 2: "Why?"
Character 1: "Because I think my aunt Agnes was a nut."
I. Character 1: "I think if I see another painting I might very well have to scream, Mrs. ------."
Character 2: "I'm quite sure you'd do nothing so un-ladylike."
Character 1: "Don't count on it."
J. Character 1: "Are you saying Mrs. ----- is neglectful?"
Character 2: "Yep."
K. Character 1: "It's a piece of cake."
Character 2: "You mean it ain't gold?"
L. "Go away with your foolish questions that don't have no brain."
Oh dear. I'm afraid this is going to be a really tough game. Normally I would want the pictures to coincide with the quotes closely enough so that it would give you a slight hint, but I'm not sure it's working that way this time. Sorry if this is ridiculously hard. I'll try to do a better game next time.
Have a wonderful day, my friends!