Film Quizzes: Birthday Parties

As it was my birthday last week, and a party on the weekend, I just had to put up a themed quiz to celebrate. Below are six films featuring highly distinctive, and let’s be honest, mostly disastrous, birthday parties. Ever been to a horrible party? How will you do?

Film Quizzes - Birthday Parties Film 1  (1960s)

Film Quizzes - Birthday Parties Film 2 (1980s)

Film Quizzes - Birthday Parties Film 3 (1990s)

Film Quizzes - Birthday Parties Film 4 (1990s)

Film Quizzes - Birthday Parties Film 5 (2000s)

Film Quizzes - Birthday Parties Film 6 (2000s)

Answers below

1.  The Birds  (1963)

2.  Sixteen Candles  (1984)

3.  Problem Child  (1990)

4.  Liar Liar  (1997)

5.  Old School  (2003)

6.  New Moon  (2009)


33 thoughts on “Film Quizzes: Birthday Parties

  1. Really cool idea for a quiz. 3/6 for me (somehow I missed The Birds; then Problem Child I’ve never even heard of; and New Moon the same thing)

    Happy belated birthday Alex, hope no birds dove in and attacked your guests at random. 😉

    • There’s quite a collection of disasters involved here haha. Getting dumped on your birthday, your birthday being forgotten by everyone, one of your guests being shot by a tranquiliser dart and destroying everything…

    • It has so many funny scenes. I love it when the Luke Wilson character says “When you said we’d be near the university I didn’t think you meant this near” as they’re opposite the campus. Or when “Frank the Tank” makes this great argument and then can’t remember it as he had an out of body experience haha.

  2. Belated Birthday wishes Blogging Buddy!!!!
    How ‘young’ are you now? 🙂
    From the quiz, 4/6!!! I didn’t get ‘Problem Child’ & ‘Old School’ (neither have I seen them). Haven’t watched ‘Sixteen Candles’ either, but I have seen that photograph numerous times in conjunction with the said movie title, thus I knew.

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