Name that Movie
by Diva Girl
Name That Movie Party Game
To play Name That Movie, tape some short clips of scenes from popular hollywood movies. Be sure to keep a list of the exact movie titles and the names of the actors and actresses featured in the scenes. Try to tape at least one or two dozen scenes.
At your party, divide your guests into teams (or let them play individually). Show the first clip and let the teams compete to be the first to name the exact title of the movie the scene was from. If there's a tie, ask for the names of the actors or actresses featured in the scenes. Continue to the next clip and the next until there are none left. This is great fun and your guests will probably want to keep playing Name That Movie long past the time when your clips run out.
Name That Movie Alternative:
If you don't have the means to tape movie clips, write down a list of famous lines from various movies. Read each line out loud and let the teams guess the exact title of the movie it was quoted from. If there is a tie, ask for the name of the character or actor that spoke the line.
Examples for a Haunted Hollywood Party:
"Sally, that's twice this month you've slipped deadly nightshade into my tea and run off."
Movie: The Nightmare Before Christmas
Character: Dr. Finkelstein
Actor: William Hickey
"We all go a little mad sometimes."
Charcter: Norman Bates
Actors: Anthony Perkins
"This thing bled acid, who knows what it's gonna do when it's dead."
Character: Ellen Ripley
Actress: Sigourney Weaver
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