Film Quizzes: Feel-good Part 1

I’m struggling with a pesky cold and nagging cough, so anything that puts me in a good mood is always welcome. Below are six films that are the very definition of a feel-good flick.  Confident of getting them all? Feel free to share how you did beneath the answers below.

Film Quizzes - Feel-good Film 1 (1970s)

Film Quizzes - Feel-good Film 2(1990s)

Film Quizzes - Feel-good Film 3 (1990s)

Film Quizzes - Feel-good Film 4 (2000+)

Film Quizzes - Feel-good Film 5 (2000+)

Film Quizzes - Feel-good Film 6 (2000+)

Click below for answers

1. Grease  (1978)

2. Pretty Woman  (1990)

3. Cool Runnings  (1993)

4. Bridget Jones’ Diary  (2001)

5. Elf  (2003)

6. The Blind Side  (2009)

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42 thoughts on “Film Quizzes: Feel-good Part 1

    • Well done. I’ve almost done another one for tomorrow. Better thanks 🙂 That Elf picture is one of my favourite film stills. It always makes me laugh just thinking about it.

      • I actually haven’t ever seen Elf. (#hides head in shame)

        But that still is so iconic, even I knew from whence it came.

      • The actor Bob Newhart plays a very memorable character Professor Proton in The Big Bang Theory. And I really do think you will love it. Ferrell’s finest moment by far.

      • Professor Proton? Funny.

        That’s what everyone says about Elf, really. I need to make a point of catching it one of these days.

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  3. I ONLY had THREE correct–“Grease”…”Cool Runnings” and “Elf”….evidently, I am spending too much time writing! LOL Well, actually during those years that the films were shown I was raising my three daughters –yeah, it just dawned on me how much I did do on my own, and was working full-time as a Middle School teacher—that accounts for my crazy mind! LOL So I guess I failed the quiz!

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