Ultimate Movie Trivia: 200 Mind-Blowing Questions and Answers

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Lights, camera, action! Calling all movie buffs and avid film enthusiasts – get ready to embark on an exhilarating journey through the captivating world of cinema.

We all love movies, but how much do you know about your favorite films? Well, ready or not, it’s time to test your knowledge with these movie trivia questions and answers!

Whether you’re a die-hard fan of classic films, an aficionado of the latest blockbusters, or simply enjoy the magic of the silver screen, this trivia extravaganza is bound to ignite your passion for movies and challenge your memory of unforgettable moments.

From iconic quotes and memorable characters to mind-boggling plot twists and behind-the-scenes tidbits, we’ve carefully selected a diverse range of questions that will keep you engaged and entertained from start to finish.

See how many of our movie trivia questions you can get right!

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200 Best Movie Trivia Questions and Answers

What is the highest-grossing holiday movie of all time?

Answer: The Grinch (followed by Home Alone).

Which Marvel supervillain is the sworn enemy of Professor X, known for his purple garb and metal helmet?

Answer: Magneto.

What planet is Luke Skywalker from?

Answer: Tatooine.

The post-credit sequence of The Eternals introduces Harry Styles as Thanos’s brother Starfox, also known by the name of what Greek god?

Answer: Eros.

Which of these Disney movies was released first: Pocahontas, Tarzan, The Lion King, or Toy Story?

Answer: The Lion King (1994).

The villains in the 2007 version of the movie Transformers are known as what?

Answer: Decepticons.

Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull is based on whose story idea?

Answer: George Lucas.

Get Out, Us, and Nope were all directed by who?

Answer: Jordan Peele.

Who is the actor that plays Aquaman?

Answer: Jason Momoa.

Which actor hit the red carpet at a 2014 Berlin movie premier with a paper bag on his head that said “I am not famous anymore”?

Answer: Shia LaBeouf.

What did Ron Burgundy call his trusted sidekick dog in the Anchorman movies–Bixby, Baxter, or Buster?

Answer: Baxter.

Which of these is not the name of a Disney princess’ animal friend–Gus, Pascal, Remy, or Mushu?

Answer: Remy.

The famous quote “on Wednesdays we wear pink” comes from which movie?

Answer: Mean Girls.

How many Harry Potter movies were there in total?

Answer: 8.

What feline breed is Mr. Bigglesworth, the hairless cat of Dr. Evil, in the 2002 film Austin Powers in Goldmember?

Answer: Hairless Sphynx cat.

In which 2012 film was James Bond believed to have died while trying to retrieve a stolen disc containing the identity of MI6 agents?

Answer: Skyfall.

In which 2010 psychological thriller does Leonardo DiCaprio hack into people’s minds to steal secrets and plant ideas?

Answer: Inception

Which actress lends her voice to Samanta, the computer ‘girlfriend’ of Theodore Twombly in the 2013 movie Her?

Answer: Scarlett Johansson.

Which actor created, produced, and narrated the 2007 documentary The 11th Hour, about our impact on Earth’s ecosystems?

Answer: Leonardo DiCaprio (more than 50 scientists, politicians, and activists participated in it).

What are the two highest-grossing films of all time?

Answer: Avatar and Avengers: End Game.

Which former politician narrated the Oscar-winning 2006 documentary, An Inconvenient Truth, which warns about climate change?

Answer: Al Gore.

Which 2014 film features Matthew McConaughey traveling through a wormhole to find a new home for Earth’s endangered population?

Answer: Interstellar.

What 2014 blockbuster begins ten years after the Simian Flu wiped out most humans?

Answer: Dawn of the Planet of the Apes.

In what 2012 time-travel thriller, starring Bruce Willis and Emily Blunt, are mob targets disposed of 30 years in the past?

Answer: Looper.

What film was Leonardo DiCaprio’s first—and only—Oscar for Best Actor (Motion Picture Drama) at the 2016 Academy Awards for?

Answer: The Revenant.

What name did Elle Woods give her Chihuahua in Legally Blonde?

Answer: Bruiser.

What 1978 zombie film was set in a shopping mall in Pittsburgh?

Answer: Dawn of the Dead.

Which actor paired up with Tom Cruise as his stunt double “Tom Crooze” in a short film at the 2000 MTV Movie Awards show?

Answer: Ben Stiller.

What country is the scene of the high-stakes card game in the 2006 film Casino Royale? Answer: Montenegro.

Which Oscar-winning Martin Scorsese film was a remake of a 2002 Hong Kong crime drama called Infernal Affairs?

Answer: The Departed.

For which film did Nicole Kidman, Julianne Moore, and Meryl Streep share the Silver Bear award at the 2003 Berlin Film Festival?

Answer: The Hours.

Which animated character celebrated its 42nd birthday in 2006 with a new film starring Steve Martin as a French detective who doesn’t have a clue?

Answer: The Pink Panther.

Which actor played Lord Voldemort in Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire through Harry Potter and the Deathly Hollows?

Answer: Ralph Fiennes.

In which 2012 movie does plantation owner Calvin Candie, who doesn’t know a word of French, insist on being called “Monsieur”?

Answer: Django Unchained.

What is the real name of Gollum in The Lord of the Rings trilogy?

Answer: Smeagol.

What character is responsible for the death of Jabba the Hutt in Star Wars: Episode VI – Return of the Jedi?

Answer: Leia.

Which 2015 Rebel Wilson sequel begins with a humiliating wardrobe malfunction witnessed by the US president and first lady?

Answer: Pitch Perfect 2.

What futuristic desert thriller, rebooted in 2015 after 30 years, is the first in the franchise to not star Mel Gibson in the role of the title character?

Answer: Mad Max: Fury Road (Tom Hardy is the lead role).

Which actor plays Mike in Magic Mike XXL?

Answer: Channing Tatum.

In which post-apocalyptic 2009 film does Woody Harrelson play a man on a mission to find a Twinkie?

Answer: Zombieland.

Which British ruler is the king in The King’s Speech, which won the Oscar for Best Picture in 2011?

Answer: George VI.

Who directed Kill Bill?

Answer: Quentin Tarantino.

Who played Penguin in Tim Burton’s Batman Returns?

Answer: Danny DeVito.

In Shrek, who is the short and evil antagonist’s name?

Answer: Lord Maximus Farquaad.

What is the name of the snowman in Frozen?

Answer: Olaf.

What language is the movie Pan’s Labyrinth in?

Answer: Spanish.

Which actor played adult Simba in the 2019 version of The Lion King?

Answer: Donald Glover.

What is the name of the actor that played Jacob in the Twilight series?

Answer: Taylor Lautner.

What X-Men character did Halle Berry play?

Answer: Storm.

Who directed Midnight In Paris?

Answer: Woody Allen.

Who played Mark Zuckerberg in The Social Network?

Answer: Jesse Eisenberg.

In Nacho Libre, what are the names of the two main characters played by Jack Black and Hector Jimenez?

Answer: Ignacio (Nacho) and Esqueleto.

What is the name of the English bulldog at 221B Baker Street in the Robert Downey, Jr. film Sherlock Holmes–is it Churchill, Gladstone, or Thatcher?

Answer: Gladstone.

What role did Margot Robbie play in Batman?

Answer: Harley Quinn.

What role did John Cena play in Suicide Squad?

Answer: Peacemaker.

What type of metal are Wolverine’s claws made of?

Answer: Adamantium.

What is the material used in making Captain America’s shield?

Answer: Vibranium.

Who directed The Nightmare Before Christmas?

Answer: Henry Selick.

What did Zach Galifianakis call the baby in The Hangover?

Answer: Carlos.

Phil, Stu, and Alan spend all of The Hangover looking for their friend Doug. Where do they eventually find him?

Answer: On the roof.

What are the names of the Star Wars films released in the ’80s?

Answer: The Empire Strikes Back and Return of the Jedi.

What’s the last word in this Gone With the Wind quote: “Frankly, my dear, I don’t give a _______.”

Answer: Damn.

What is the last word in this quote from Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring: “One does not simply walk into ____.”

Answer: Mordor.

In Citizen Kane, what was “Rosebud” a reference to?

Answer: His childhood sled.

On the rating of a movie, the ‘R’ stands for what?

Answer: Restricted.

What is Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson’s name in Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs and Shaw?

Answer: Luke Hobbs.

What are the names of the Weasley twins in Harry Potter?

Answer: Fred and George.

Who played the lead female role in Thor: Love And Thunder?

Answer: Natalie Portman.

Who is the director of Saw, Aquaman, and Furious 7?

Answer: James Wan.

What movie is The Disaster Artist based on?

Answer: The Room. 

Who directed Citizen Kane, a 1941 American drama film?

Answer: Orson Welles.

Who founded the first film production company in France, which created more than 400 films from 1896 to 1913 — was it Pierre Étaix, August Lumiere, or Georges Méliès?

Answer: Georges Méliès.

Who currently holds the most Academy Awards?

Answer: Walt Disney with 22 awards.

What 2002 prize-winning novel by British write Ian McEwan was made into an Oscar-nominated film with Keira Knightly and James McAvoy?

Answer: Atonement.

What animal is named Richard Parker in The Life of Pi, a novel that was eventually made into a 2012 film?

Answer: Tiger.

What city is the post-apocalyptic setting for the three Divergent novels that star Shailene Woodley in the film adaptations?

Answer: Chicago.

Which child from Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory found the first Golden Ticket?

Answer: Agustus Gloop.

What is Edward’s last name in Twilight?

Answer: Cullen.

What 1982 film was the highest-grossing film of the 1980s at the U.S. box office?

Answer: E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial.

What three-word book sums up the 2010 Julia Roberts film about traveling to Italy, India, and Bali to find oneself?

Answer: Eat Pray Love.

At the end of Annie Hall, what actress plays Woody Allen’s girlfriend?

Answer: Sigourney Weaver.

What R&B musician created the title track for the movie Ghostbusters?

Answer: Ray Parker Jr.

“A Spoonful of Sugar” is a song from what movie?

Answer: Mary Poppins.

What is the first CGI lead character in a feature-length film?

Answer: Casper the ghost. 

Name the actress that appears in all of the following movies: Mean Girls, About Time, Sherlock Holmes, and Wedding Crashers.

Answer: Rachel McAdams.

What Pulp Fiction actor was George Lucas’ second choice to play Han Solo and would have taken the role had Harrison Ford declined it?

Answer: Christopher Walken.

What 1986 movie is this quote from: “I feel the need… the need for speed!”

Answer: Top Gun.

In the iconic film The Wizard of Oz, what did the Scarecrow want to get from the Wizard?

Answer: A brain.

Who played the lead role in the first installment of Indiana Jones?

Answer: Harrison Ford.

Which movie’s tagline is “They’re young, they’re in love, and they kill people.”

Answer: Bonnie and Clyde.

Who is the director of the Indiana Jones series?

Answer: Steven Spielberg.

The song “Eye of the Tiger” was originally released on the soundtrack of the third film in what famous franchise?

Answer: Rocky.

What is the only international movie that has received the Best Picture Oscar?

Answer: Parasite in 2019. 

Which Las Vegas hotel is the main target of Danny Ocean and his team in Ocean’s Eleven?

Answer: The Bellagio.

What is the first animated movie that was made entirely by CGI?

Answer: Toy Story

Who played the main character in Joker?

Answer: Joaquin Phoenix.

Who is the voice of Alex, the Lion in Madagascar?

Answer: Ben Stiller.

In which 2001 movie did Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson play the character of the Scorpion King?

Answer: The Mummy Returns.

Which museum does Night at the Museum take place at?

Answer: The Museum of Natural History in New York City.

Who plays Paul Blart in Paul Blart: Mall Cop?

Answer: Kevin James.

Which actor did Steven Spielberg originally want for the role of Dr. Alan Grant in Jurassic Park?

Answer: Harrison Ford.

In The Princess Diaries, what fruit is Genovia famous for?

Answer: Pears.

Who is Professor Snape played by in the Harry Potter movie series?

Answer: Alan Rickman.

Which movie was the first film to cost $200 million and earned more than $1 billion worldwide?

Answer: James Cameron’s Titanic.

What is the name of the department store in the movie Elf that is modeled after the real-life Macy’s in New York City?

Answer: Gimbels.

Name the actress that’s featured in the following movies: Mad Max: Fury Road, The Fate of the Furious, Hancock, and The Old Guard.

Answer: Charlize Theron.

Who is the director of Big Fish, Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children, and Dumbo?

Answer: Tim Burton.

Name the actor that’s appeared in all of the following movies: Collateral, White House Down, Miami Vice, and Jarhead.

Answer: Jamie Foxx.

What film beat out Milk and The Curious Case of Benjamin Button to win the Best Picture Oscar in 2009?

Answer: Slumdog Millionaire.

Who is Helena Bonham Carter married to?

Answer: Tim Burton.

Who said, “Ohana means family, and family means nobody is left behind or forgotten” and in what movie?

Answer: Nani in Lilo & Stitch.

What American filmmaker directed The Royal Tenenbaums, Moonrise Kingdom, and The Grand Budapest Hotel?

Answer: Wes Anderson.

In The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe, what magical country does the White Witch put a spell on so that it is always winter but never Christmas?

Answer: Narnia.

What was the first animated movie to be nominated for Best Picture at the Oscars?

Answer: Beauty and the Beast.

In which horror film was someone killed by forcing them to consume a lot of food?

Answer: Se7en.

In The Big Lebowski, The Dude is played by ___. Answer: Jeff Bridges.

What star of Creed and Black Panther did People magazine choose as its Sexiest Man Alive for 2020?

Answer: Michael B Jordan.

Known for her performances in The Farewell, Ocean’s Eight, and Crazy Rich Asians, actress and comedian Nora Lum is better known by what name?

Answer: Awkwafina.

What famously violent barber character was first introduced in “The String of Pearls” Victorian serial in 1846? The character was also featured in a Tony Award-winning musical and a 2007 film rendition.

Answer: Sweeney Todd.

Kristoff, Hans, and Oaken are all characters in what Disney movie?

Answer: Frozen.

Where is Kevin McAllister’s family off to when they realize they forgot Kevin in Home Alone?

Answer: Paris.

What is the name of one of the most acclaimed international directors that directed Snowpiercer, Okja and Parasite?

Answer: Bong Joon Ho.

In the classic children’s book and movie, How the Grinch Stole Christmas, what is the name of the town the Grinch steals holiday presents and decorations from?

Answer: Whoville.

Donkey, Pinocchio, and Gingerbread Man are all characters of what movie?

Answer: Shrek.

What is Napoleon Dynamite’s best friend’s name?

Answer: Pedro

Cobb, Eames, Saito, Ariadne, and Arther are all characters of what Christopher Nolan movie?

Answer: Inception.

In Pulp Fiction, what are the names of Uma Thurman and John Travolta’s characters?

Answer: Mia Wallace and Vincent Vega.

In what country was The Lord of the Rings trilogy shot?

Answer: New Zealand.

Who is the director of Braveheart, The Passion of the Christ and Apocalypto?

Answer: Mel Gibson.

Which horror film was the first of its genre to earn an Oscar Best Picture nomination?

Answer: The Exorcist.

Name the actress that appears in all of the following movies: Lost in Translation, Marriage Story, Match Point, and He’s Just Not That Into You.

Answer: Scarlett Johansson.

Actor Taron Egerton won a Golden Globe for his singing-and-dancing portrayal of Elton John in what 2019 film?

Answer: Rocketman.

What 1993 film starring Robin Williams takes place in San Francisco?

Answer: Mrs. Doubtfire.

Who played the main character in the movie Clueless?

Answer: Alicia Silverstone.

What is the title of Celine Dion’s song used as the soundtrack in Titanic?

Answer: “My Heart Will Go On”.

Disney’s official princesses include two redheads–who are they?

Answer: Ariel from The Little Mermaid and Merida from Brave.

Who directed the movie Beetlejuice in 1998?

Answer: Tim Burton.

In Elf, what are the four main food groups of elves?

Answer: Candy, candy canes, candy corns, and syrup.

What 2018 thriller stars John Krasinski and Emily Blunt as a couple leading their family through an apocalypse where humans are hunted by alien creatures who react to sound?

Answer: A Quiet Place.

Who is the lead actor in Shaun of the Dead?

Answer: Simon Pegg.

Dickie Greenleaf was a character in which film?

Answer: The Talented Mr. Ripley (1999).

What is the title of the 1997 movie featuring Nicolas Cage, John Cusack, and John Malkovich as costars?

Answer: Con Air.

What 2020 movie features James Marsden teaming up with a SEGA video game character to save the day and go up against Jim Carrey?

Answer: Sonic The Hedgehog.

In Thor: Love and Thunder, what is the name of Thor’s new axe called?

Answer: Stormbreaker.

Who said, “I see dead people” and in what movie?

Answer: Cole in The Sixth Sense.

Cindy Lou Who, Martha May Whovier, Mayor Augustus Maywho and Max are all characters in what movie?

Answer: How The Grinch Stole Christmas.

What movie is this famous quote from: “Carpe diem. Seize the day, boys. Make your lives extraordinary.”

Answer: Dead Poets Society, 1989.

What movie is this famous quote from: “It’s alive! It’s alive!”

Answer: Frankenstein, 1931.

What movie is this famous quote from: “A martini. Shaken, not stirred.”

Answer: Goldfinger, 1964.

What movie is this famous quote from: “Keep your friends close, but your enemies closer.”

Answer: The Godfather Part II, 1974.

What movie is this famous quote from:  “You is kind. You is smart. You is important.”

Answer: The Help, 2011

What movie is this famous quote from: “You’re killin’ me, Smalls.”

Answer: The Sandlot, 1993.

In Forgetting Sarah Marshall, British pop star Aldous Snow is shown singing about what?

Answer: Global warming.

In which horror film does the serial killer dress as William Shatner?

Answer: Halloween.

Which Tropic Thunder character was based on the combination of Russel Crowe, Daniel Day-Lewis and Colin Farrell?

Answer: Kirk Lazarus, who was portrayed by Robert Downey Jr.

In all four Toy Story films, comedian Don Rickles provided the voice for what classic toy first introduced in 1952?

Answer: Mr. Potato Head.

The Penguin, Colonel Mustard, Colonel Klink, and Mr. Peanut are all fictional characters that have what in common?

Answer: They all wear a monocle.

Forrest Gump sported a red, white, and blue pair of what classic Nike model first trotted out at the ’72 Olympics?

Answer: Cortez.

Buddy of the movie Elf is arguably Ferrell’s best role to date, but who did the writers initially want for the part?

Answer: Jim Carrey.

In the film Cast Away, Chuck Noland reaches an uninhabited island after a plane crashes into which ocean?

Answer: The Pacific Ocean.

Good Night, and Good Luck, The Ides of March, and The Monuments Men are among the movies that have been directed by what man, who is better known as an actor?

Answer: George Clooney.

English actress Sophie Turner played both Sansa Stark on Game of Thrones and the title character of what 2019 X-Men movie?

Answer: Dark Phoenix.

In which movie did Kirsten Dunst play a young vampire?

Answer: Interview With A Vampire.

What Marvel character was introduced to MCU audiences and played by Simu Liu in a 2021 film directed by Destin Daniel Cretton?

Answer: Shang-Chi.

Who is the singer of ‘Shallow’ who received a Golden Globe nod for Best Actress in 2018 on top of their musical accolades?

Answer: Lady Gaga.

What 1984 Wolfgang Peterson fantasy film is about Bastian getting sucked into the land of Fantasia while reading a book about it?

Answer: The Neverending Story.

“Goose,” “Jester,” “Hollywood,” and “Wolfman” are nicknames of some military guys in what 1986 movie?

Answer: Top Gun.

Which British actor took home the 2011 Oscar for Best Actor for his portrayal of a stutter-plagued monarch in The King’s Speech?

Answer: Colin Firth.

Who accepted the Razzie for Worst Actress in 2010, one day before accepting the Oscar for Best Actress for a different film?

Answer: Sandra Bullock (Razzie was for All About Steve, Oscar was for The Blind Side).

Who played Captain James T. Kirk on the original Star Trek series?

Answer: William Shatner.

What comic did director Gus Van Sant want to play Harvey Milk in 1992, 16 years before his biopic was finally made in 2008 with Sean Penn?

Answer: Robin Williams.

Which British prime minister, known as the Iron Lady, was the subject of a 2011 film starring Meryl Streep?

Answer: Margaret Thatcher.

Which quirky director teamed up with Johnny Depp to make the 2012 film Dark Shadows, about an old vampire living with his descendants?

Answer: Tim Burton.

There was a boom in sales of frill-necked lizards as domesticated pets after the release of what 1993 film featuring a similar, very extinct critter?

Answer: Jurassic Park.

What tune written by Neil Diamond was sung by Smash Mouth in the 2001 movie Shrek?

Answer: “I’m a Believer”

In The Devil Wears Prada, what is the name of the fashion magazine run by Meryl Streep’s character, Miranda Priestly?

Answer: Runway.

What multi-part Quentin Tarantino saga features characters with the code names Black Mamba, Cottonmouth, Copperhead, and Sidewinder?

Answer: Kill Bill.

Who made history in 2010 as the first woman to win the Oscar for Best Director for her nail-biting Iraq war film, The Hurt Locker?

Answer: Kathryn Bigelow.

Which director of comedy films is credited with discovering Seth Rogen? He directed the likes of The 40-Year-Old Virgin and Knocked Up.

Answer: Judd Apatow.

What horror film with fast-running zombies that are able to ladder on top of each other to climb walls is based on a book by Max Brooks?

Answer: World War Z.

The Norwegian city of Arendal claims to be the inspiration for the name of the fictional kingdom in what Disney film?

Answer: Frozen.

What hotel is Jack hired as caretaker of (and later possesses him) in Stephen King’s The Shining?

Answer: The Overlook Hotel.

Which inventor also produced the first Frankenstein film–was it Thomas Edison, Alexander Graham Bell, Henry Ford, or Nikola Tesla?

Answer: Thomas Edison.

Which famous Chinese actor’s original name is Chan Kong-sang?

Answer: Jackie Chan.

Dr. Ian Malcolm, the gifted mathematician who specializes in chaos theory in Jurassic Park, is played by which actor?

Answer: Jeff Goldblum.

What day was Damien born in the film Omen?

Answer: The 6th of June.

What 2007 British movie about two cops in the quaint, bloodthirsty village of Sanford reunites the stars of Shaun of the Dead?

Answer: Hot Fuzz (starring Simon Pegg and Nick Frost).

Which Friends With Benefits actress, who became engaged to Ashton Kutcher in 2014, was born in Ukraine in 1983?

Answer: Mila Kunis.

Which actor, whose name means “cool breezes over the mountains” in Hawaiian, was born in Beirut, Lebanon and stars in The Lake House (2006)?

Answer: Keanu Reeves.

In which 2013 movie does Tim Lake keep traveling back in time until he does all the right things to get the girl, played by Rachel McAdams?

Answer: About Time.

What gossipy 2010 book about the 2008 presidential election became an HBO movie starring Julianne Moore?

Answer: Game Change.

Who starred in the 2000 film Cast Away, about a FedEx exec stranded on an island with a volleyball named Wilson?

Answer: Tom Hanks. 

What role in The Lord of the Rings trilogy did Sean Connery turn down because he didn’t understand the script?

Answer: Gandalf.

Who was the first Spanish actor to win an Oscar, when he snagged a win for his hitman role in No Country for Old Men?

Answer: Javier Bardem.

Which city was the setting for the 2012 film Spring Breakers, starring James Franco–St. Petersburg, Miami, or Key West?

Answer: St. Petersburg.

Which 2010 James Franco movie featured the rocky landscape of Utah’s Canyonlands National Park?

Answer: 127 Hours.

In what 2015 Amy Schumer film does LeBron James play an exaggerated version of himself as Bill Hader’s best friend?

Answer: Trainwreck.

Which Oscar-nominated 2000 film stars Juliette Binoche as a mysterious woman who opens up a confectionery shop in a small town in France?

Answer: Chocolat.

What 2014 Jon Favreau indie flick features a chef and his ex-wife, played by Sofia Vergara, cooking up a storm in a Miami food truck?

Answer: Chef.

What horror movie was filmed with a home video camera, shot in the director’s house, and made over $100 million at the box office?

Answer: Paranormal Activity.

Who stars in the 2006 comedy Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby as a NASCAR racer trying to regain his lost glory?

Answer: Will Farrell.

In which upbeat, coming-of-age 2002 British film does a character named Jess defy her parents to follow her dream of becoming a soccer player?

Answer: Bend It Like Beckham.

What 2004 documentary by Morgan Spurlock illustrated the popularity of McDonald’s selling bigger portions for just a little more money?

Answer: Super Size Me.

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