Saturday, September 29, 2012

Trivia Saturday.

Congratulations JT at The Window on the South and JT's Tales and The Director at Castles, Quills, and Cameras who were the first readers to answer two of the questions correctly. However no one correctly answer last week's first question, below are the answers and this week's questions.
What was Mara Jade's offical title in the Empire?
Name the movie and characters that these quotes are from:
Character 1: "No one seems to grasp the concept of the mask..."
Character 2: "Freeze!"
Character 1: "I just did 80% of your job, that- that is how you repay me?"
Last Week's Answers
What is the meaning of the Anglo-Saxon word that Éomer's and Éowyn's names were derived from?
Answer: The Anglo-Saxon word "eoh" meaning "horse". Éomer's meaning "of the horse" or "war horse" and Éowyn's name meaning "horse lover".
Name the movie and character that this quote is from: "Better clench up Legolas."
Answer: The Avengers, Iron Man

Name the movie and character that this quote is from: "It is a strange fate that we should suffer so much fear and doubt over so small a thing. Such a little thing."
Answer: Boromir, The Fellowship of the Ring

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  1. I actually don't know the first one, but the second one is The Amazing Spider man. Right? I actually haven't watched the movie, but I'm pretty sure that quote is in the trailer. :D

  2. Mara Jade's title in the Empire is 'the Emperor's Hand.'

  3. I did not hear that line in The Avengers. But then, I missed half of them. Context? And no, I can't guess this week.

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  5. @Helen: You are correct on the first one! :D You should probably watch the movie, I think you would like it.

    @Eldra: You are correct, thanks for commenting.

    @JT: OK, I posted the video were he says the line, it is during Cap's speech giving orders to the team.

    @Padme Arya: Thanks for commenting!



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