Film Quizzes: Anti-establishment Part 2

For some characters, fighting against the establishment is their identity. What drives them, keeps them from taking the easy decisions and going on a wild journey that usually ends up costing them everything. And watching them is nothing less than absorbing. Before you see how well you do, a reminder of where to find Part 1. As always, the films are in order with the answers below.

Film Quizzes - Anti-establishment Part 2 Film 1 (1970s)

Film Quizzes - Anti-establishment Part 2 Film 2 (1970s)

Film Quizzes - Anti-establishment Part 2 Film 3 (1980s)

Film Quizzes - Anti-establishment Part 2 Film 4 (1990s)

Film Quizzes - Anti-establishment Part 2 Film 5 (1990s)

Film Quizzes - Anti-establishment Part 2 Film 6 (2000+)

Answers below

1. Dirty Harry  (1971)

2. One Flew over the Cuckoo’s Nest  (1975)

3. Bladerunner  (1982)

4. Se7en  (1995)

5. Fight Club  (1999)

6. Battle Royale  (2000)

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29 thoughts on “Film Quizzes: Anti-establishment Part 2

      • I love good movies. I watched “The Third Man” again the other night, and every time I watch that I look for things, little clues in the filming, just noticing how things were lit, the pacing, the way people spoke. That and “Touch of Evil” are two great movies to see how movies should be done right. Particularly the way things are lit in black and white. You couldn’t do “The Third Man” door reveal in color, not without desaturating the print. Just leaving his shoes showing–genius.

    • If it helps, I had a long think about which films were non-conformist and which were anti-establishment ha. Plenty of other categories coming up which I’m sure you’ll ace. Feel free to suggest any categories too.

  1. I knew the first two, the rest no. Ugh, I pride myself on knowing the movies…oh well, next time. Going to see either Gravity or American Hustle this weekend….any suggestion which one?

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