Answer each part and connect
A is a hit 1965 Hammer film, based on the novel by H.Rider Haggard. It starred Ursula Andress in the role of Ayesha, the immortal queen of a lost African kingdom along with Peter Cushing and Christopher Lee.
B is a horror/ drama series based on Stephen King’s novel of the same name, revolving around an inter-dimensional monster with the ability to transform itself into its prey’s worst fears, mostly taking the form of a sadistic clown called ‘Pennywise the Dancing Clown’.
C! is a 1954 Warner Bros. Pictures black and white science fiction film about a nest of gigantic irradiated ants discovered in the New Mexico desert. One of the first of the 1950s “nuclear monster” movies, and the first ” big bug” film, it is regarded as a classic now.
D is a 2013 science fiction romantic comedy-drama film by Spike Jonze and starring Joaquin Phoenix among others. The film centers on a man who develops a relationship with an intelligent computer operating system (OS) with a female voice and personality.
X is a line of British cars introduced in October 1938 and was offered till 1961. It was quite popular , so popular in fact that a certain alien being took on its name in an attempt to blend in with the crowd, thinking that it was the dominant species on the planet.
This X effect is …in effect every time a literally wooden or even metallic character(think HAL from 2001: A Space Odyssey) “displays” a range of emotions. It was discovered by a Russian film editor X in the 1920’s. He made a film showing an actor, together with a plate of soup, a dead woman, and a woman on a recliner. Audiences perceived and even praised the almost imperceptible expression of hunger, grief, or lust shown by the actor when in reality the same clip of the actor’s face was used again and again.
What is this effect called?
This camera technique was first used by the Germans during the 1930’s to add a sense of disorientation
. What is it known as today?
The term used for these is now commonly used for expressing an abundance of things which is mostly due to a faulty design causing anything put in to fall out giving a sense of overflowing abund…I’m rambling what are these called?
Hot Shots! (1991)
Hot Shots! Part Deux (1993)
The Big Lebowski (1998)
Jane Austen’s Mafia! (1998)
The First $20 Million Is Always the Hardest (2002)
Live from Baghdad (2002)
This is the filmography of a certain actor who has played the same role of a certain character in all these movies due to his unmistakable resemblance.
Who does he portray? Whose filmography is it?
‘Andre the Giant Has a Posse’ is a street art and viral marketing campaign based on a design by A created in 1989. But apparently ‘Andre the Giant’ was trademarked. So A,fearful of a lawsuit decided to use the slogan B for his design which was inspired by the movie C, a cult classic sci-fi film by John Carpenter from the previous year. In it, the protagonist discovers that the world is actually run by aliens hiding in plain sight, but can only be seen through special sunglasses. This ended up in making it even more iconic.
This film also had a certain dialogue which was spoken by that manliest of men hero of the eponymous tetrology of video games. It tends to send mooks clamouring for a certain confectionery.
Give me A,B,C, the dialogue and the video game franchise.
This is slightly more convoluted than usual. So instructions:
This one is a what you see is what you get kinda connect,but you have to be specific to the characters,not the actor playing the character. The connect has 5 parts(1,2,3,4,5).Each part may or may not have different parts(1a,1b,1c,2a,2b,2c and so on).If the same part has two pictures, then they point to the same thing.
Also all parts belonging to one question no.are connected. 😀
So you gotta get the answer for each part(a,b..),the connect for each question no.(1,2…) and the overall connect.
X was originally a normal human called Nick Chopper. He kept losing limbs from an enchanted axe, but each time he lost a body part, he had it replaced with a prosthetic, thus finally becoming X.
This is an example of a philosophical paradox that raises the question- if an object has all its parts replaced, does it fundamentally remain the same.
The name of the paradox also lends its name to an acclaimed Indian indie movie.
Name the character and the paradox.
This eminent personality in the world of journalism, entered almost a 100 editions of the New Yorker Caption Contest, and finally won – much to the delight of his admirers. Which great man?
HUGE title hint.
A published more than 1525 mathematical papers in his life. His friends honored his work with the idea of AX, which works on the same principle of six degrees of separation.
There also exists a BX, which honors the prolific actor B. Consequently there is ABX. Natalie Portman and Richard Feynman, both have an ABX of 6.
There is also CX which concerns musicians. Stephen Hawking is the only person to have a single figure ABCX.
Who are A,B and C?
Kinda like a Stage 2, i.e. answer each question and connect in the end.
All these movie terms were coined by someone. Name the terms. Who coined them? (that’s the connect)
- In a high speed chase, a car shifts more gears than it actually has. In the movie this term is named after, the hero upshifts more than 16 times.
- As American movies ended the long frontier trek and began to look inward for sources of inspiration, this dialogue replaced “Westward ho!”
- Any film using a plot which can be summarized by saying “One’s a…” For example, “One’s a cop. One’s an actor.” Or “One’s a saint. One’s a sinner.”
- In every movie with Italian-American characters, one must be named X.
- Coined after a scene, where X is taking a bath, and a guy bursts in the room, promising him how he plans to have his revenge, only to have X kill him. X then advises the corpse, “If you have to shoot, shoot don’t talk.”
Who is Tom Hanks portraying in this picture?