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Winter Movies Quiz

Whether the weather outside is frightful or you just find winter delightful, see how much you know about the movies in which winter plays a starring role.

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Whether the weather outside is frightful or you just find winter delightful, see how much you know about the movies in which winter plays a starring role.

1. A tagline for this 1996 hit movie was "Small town. Big crime. Dead cold." The movie is:

  • Teaching Mrs. Tingle.
  • Fargo.
  • Ace Ventura: Pet Detective.

2. "Are you saying that all lines are down because of the snow? What about satellite communication? Is it snowing in space, too? Don't you have a line for emergencies? Perhaps a special line for celebrities? I am both -- a CELEBRITY in an EMERGENCY."

  • Bill Murray said this in Groundhog Day.
  • Bill Murray spoke those lines in Charlie's Angels.
  • This quote comes from Bill Murray in Ghostbusters II.

3. This 1984 tragic romance featured Mel Gibson and Diane Keaton as star-crossed lovers doomed to die in a wintry wasteland as they ran from the law. The movie is:

  • The Lion in Winter.
  • Mrs. Soffel.
  • Bird on a Wire.

4. In this 1990 movie, writer Paul Sheldon's car skids off the road during a blizzard in New England. He is rescued by a woman who tells him, "There is nothing to worry about. You are going to be just fine. I am your number-one fan." The movie is:

  • Christine.
  • Cold Comfort Farm.
  • Misery.

5. In 1997's Batman and Robin, the evil villain Mr. Freeze first appeared. This arctic arch-nemesis plotted to plunge Gotham City into a perpetual winter. He was played by:

  • Jim Carrey.
  • Jack Nicholson.
  • Arnold Schwarzenegger.

1. A tagline for this 1996 hit movie was "Small town. Big crime. Dead cold." The movie is:
Fargo.

2. "Are you saying that all lines are down because of the snow? What about satellite communication? Is it snowing in space, too? Don't you have a line for emergencies? Perhaps a special line for celebrities? I am both -- a CELEBRITY in an EMERGENCY."
Bill Murray said this in Groundhog Day.

3. This 1984 tragic romance featured Mel Gibson and Diane Keaton as star-crossed lovers doomed to die in a wintry wasteland as they ran from the law. The movie is:
Mrs. Soffel.

4. In this 1990 movie, writer Paul Sheldon's car skids off the road during a blizzard in New England. He is rescued by a woman who tells him, "There is nothing to worry about. You are going to be just fine. I am your number-one fan." The movie is:
Misery.

5. In 1997's Batman and Robin, the evil villain Mr. Freeze first appeared. This arctic arch-nemesis plotted to plunge Gotham City into a perpetual winter. He was played by:
Arnold Schwarzenegger.

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