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Are You Able To Identify A Movie From Its Poster? Find Out by Taking This Test

Despite technological advancements, movie posters are still displayed on the walls of movie theaters today. They are an excellent means of letting people know what they could wind up seeing next. See how much you understand about these movie posters by taking this quiz!

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A New York police officer joins a covert group tasked with defending Earth from the universe’s most evil inhabitants.

Men in Black

The Arrival

Alien Nation

Signs

Men in Black
Ray-Ban actually created the recognizable styles of sunglasses worn by the Men in Black. The business reported a more than 300 percent rise in sales as a result of how well-liked the movie was.

A Roman general who wants vengeance for the killing of his family is portrayed by Russell Crowe.

L.A. Confidential

Noah

Gladiator

Robin Hood

Gladiator
Russell Crowe plays the lead in the grand action movie Gladiator. The 73rd Academy Awards awarded the movie Best Picture.

Bruce Willis plays John McClane in this 1988 action movie, who gets caught up in a terrorist plan at Nakatomi Tower.

Die Hard

Looper

Unbreakable

The Fifth Element

Die Hard
Bruce Willis portrays John McClane in the original “Die Hard,” a police officer who must protect his estranged wife from terrorists. Since then, four additional movies in the genre have been released: “Die Hard 2,” “Die Hard with a Vengeance,” “Live Free or Die Hard,” and “A Good Day to Die Hard.” John McClane never truly passes away, which is intriguing!

Numerous comic book adaptations as well as two animated series came from this 1987 cyberpunk movie.

Dredd

Starship Troopers

RoboCop

The Terminator

RoboCop
Cyberpunk movie “RoboCop” tackles issues like dictatorship and gentrification. As the future of police enforcement, Alex Murphy aims to make Detroit a safer place.

The shape of an indigenous Pandoran person is assumed by a handicapped marine. He starts to empathize with them as a result of living among them.

Avatar

Replicant

Blade Runner

Dances With Wolves

Avatar
In the late 1990s, James Cameron intended to film Avatar, but no studio could afford it due to the high expense of the special effects. Technology had evolved sufficiently by the early 2000s for production to be practical.

Which of the following movies has an extraterrestrial who is stuck on Earth and tries to find a way back to its home planet?

E.T.: The Extra-Terrestrial

The Goonies

Flight of the Navigator

Gremlins

E.T.: The Extra-Terrestrial
Albert Einstein, Carl Sandburg, Ernest Hemingway, and special effects artist Carlo Rambaldi’s own painting “Women of the Delta” served as inspiration for E.T.’s unusual look. The slobbering xenomorph from “Alien” and the visitors from “Close Encounters of the Third Kind” were also created by Rambaldi prior to “E.T.”

Marty McFly accidentally travels back in time to 1955.

Teen Wolf

Back to the Future

The Frighteners

Bright Lights, Big City

Back to the Future
The “Back to the Future” script by Robert Zemeckis and Bob Gale, which tells the story of a high school kid who uses a DeLorean to travel from 1985 to 1955, was turned down four times before Universal Pictures chose to make it into a movie.

A relentless synthetic entity from the future arrives with the sole intent of killing Sarah Connor. With the aid of a soldier who tracked the robot back in time, she is able to live.

The Terminator

Predator

Mad Max

V for Vendetta

The Terminator
It features Arnold Schwarzenegger as the Terminator, a robotic assassin who is sent back in time from the year 2029 to the year 1984 in order to kill Sarah Connor (Linda Hamilton), whose unborn child will one day save humanity from extinction by Skynet, a hostile artificial intelligence in a dystopian future.

Three academics from New York City begin a new line of work as ghost hunters.

My Stepmother is an Alien

Trading Places

Trading Places

Ghostbusters

Ghostbusters
Dan Aykroyd, John Belushi, and Ernie Hudson played the titular ghost-busting professionals in the movie’s original plot. The script had a considerably darker tone, and the futuristic setting of the movie. There were several Ghostbusters teams participating in the mission, which included 50 enormous creatures the size of the Stay Puft Marshmallow Man. Naturally, the anticipated cost for that idea was enormous: after accounting for inflation, almost $718 million.

This 1999 science fiction/action film, was directed by the Wachowskis, starring Laurence Fishburne, Carrie-Anne Moss, and Keanu Reeves.

Man of Tai Ch

The Matrix

John Wick

Point Break

The Matrix
Neo is played by Keanu Reeves in “The Matrix.” The movie took place between “The Matrix Reloaded” and “The Matrix Revolutions,” two further installments in the franchise.

The rise and fall of a self-destructive prizefighter is the subject of this movie.

Midnight Run

Once Upon a Time in America

Angel Heart

Raging Bull

Raging Bull
For his courageous depiction of self-destructive boxer Jake La Motta, Robert De Niro received the Academy Award for Best Actor, defeating Robert Duvall (The Great Santini), John Hurt (The Elephant Man), Jack Lemmon (Tribute), and Peter O’Toole (The Stunt Man). That is pretty fierce opposition.

A motivating English instructor shakes up the serious students at a conservative boys’ boarding school in New England.

Dead Poets Society

Good Morning Vietnam

Fast Times at Ridgemont High

School Ties

Dead Poets Society
The role of English instructor John Keating was initially offered to Dustin Hoffman and Liam Neeson, but Robin Williams finally won the role. Keating was a combination of two real-life professors of screenwriter Tom Schulman: one from the Actors and Directors Lab and one from his prep school in Nashville.

Future troops battle a race that resembles insects in a brutal conflict.

Star Wars

Predator

Starship Troopers

Catch-22

Starship Troopers
Starship Troopers, based on a Robert Heinlein novel, features several allusions to the fascist movements of World War II, including aspects of German military garb in the troops’ uniforms.

Quentin Tarantino wrote and directed this martial arts movie in 2003. He pays homage to classic grindhouse movies with it.

Paycheck

Gattaca

Pulp Fiction

Kill Bill: Vol. 1

Kill Bill: Vol. 1
The Bride, played by Uma Thurman, sets out to avenge the titular Bill. It is the opening chapter in the “Kill Bill” series.

The role of Bruce Willis is that of an ex-military cab driver charged with protecting the planet from a sinister extraterrestrial menace.

Spaceballs

Taxi Driver

Dr. Strangelove

The Fifth Element

The Fifth Element
The Fifth Element’s original script was written by director Luc Besson when he was still a senior in high school, yet he was 38 when it ultimately hit theaters. It was the most costly European film ever produced at the time of its release.

A computer hacker gets sucked into the digital world where he’s forced to compete for his very survival.

The Lawnmower Man

Max Headroom

The Matrix

Tron

Tron
The pioneering use of computer-generated imagery in the film was “Tron.” Despite being a breakthrough movie, the special effects portion of the movie was disallowed from receiving an Academy Award because the judges thought the digital visuals were unethical.

Stanley Kubrick’s 1968 masterpiece follows scientists on a mission to Jupiter as their spaceship’s super-intelligent computer malfunctions and rebels against their control.

Inception

Interstellar

Sphere

2001: A Space Odyssey

2001: A Space Odyssey
Reviews were not positive after being filtered for critics; numerous reviewers cited the lack of coherence in “2001: A Space Odyssey.” The story’s author, Arthur C. Clarke, claimed that he intended for it to generate more questions than it did answers when he started writing it.

The life of Celie, an African-American lady living in the South, is chronicled in this Oscar-nominated film over the course of thirty years.

Tender Mercies

Mississippi Burning

The Color Purple

Hope and Glory

The Color Purple
‘The Color Purple’, directed by Steven Spielberg, marks the film debuts of both Whoopi Goldberg and Oprah Winfrey. Goldberg would go on to win a Best Supporting Actress Oscar for 1990’s ‘Ghost’. Winfrey would go on to be Oprah.

In the movie, Tom Cruise plays a spy who wants to prove his devotion without the help of his organization.

Risky Business

Top Gun

Tropic Thunder

Mission Impossible

Mission Impossible
In the 1996 release of the first “Mission: Impossible” movie, Tom Cruise played the part of Ethan Hunt. Hunt has to track down a mole in the first M:I movie who has falsely accused him of murder. There are already 5 proposed sequels to the film.

A team of scientists and military people enter an old gateway and are transported to a world that resembles ancient Egypt.

Stargate

Raiders of the Lost Ark

The Mummy

The Time Machine

Stargate
Stargate’s initial test screenings were a complete disaster, but with some tweaks, the movie became one of the biggest successes of 1994. Even other television programs have been derived from the franchise.

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