Film Quizzes: 2015 Films

It’s been a fun year for films, with long awaited remakes, reboots and sequels, exciting new adaptations and original talents coming to the fore. Not that there weren’t disappointing efforts along the way of course.  How well do you remember the film year just going? Are there any that stood out either for positive or negative reasons? Below is a super-size quiz on a random mix of films released in the UK within the past 12 months.

Film Quizzes- 2016 Film 1 Film 1

Film Quizzes- 2016 Film 2 Film 2

Jake Gyllenhaal and Oona Laurence star in SOUTHPAW. Film 3

Film Quizzes- 2016 Film 4 Film 4

Film Quizzes- 2016 Film 6 Film 5

Film Quizzes- 2016 Film 5 Film 6

Film Quizzes- 2016 Film 7 Film 7

Film Quizzes- 2016 Film 8 Film 8

Film Quizzes- 2016 Film 9 Film 9

Film Quizzes- 2016 Film 10 Film 10

Film Quizzes- 2016 Film 11 Film 11

Film Quizzes- 2016 Film 12 Film 12

Film Quizzes- 2016 Film 13 Film 13

Film Quizzes- 2016 Film 14 Film 14

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Answers below

1. Brooklyn

2. Inside Out – Click here

3. Southpaw

4. Kingsman – The Secret Service

5. Straight Outta Compton

6. Steve Jobs

7. Star Wars: The Force Awakens

8. Cinderella

9. Ant-Man

10. Spectre

11. Jurassic World  – Click here

12. 50 Shades of Grey

13. Selma

14. The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2

15. Mortdecai


60 thoughts on “Film Quizzes: 2015 Films

  1. Happy New Year Alex!!
    I’ve just seen Jurassic World from here. Yet I managed to recognise some of them.
    Am really keen on seeing Brooklyn, Steve Jobs & Selma, the most, from this list.

  2. I’m not at all a film buff 🙂 But I did thoroughly enjoy the new Star Wars film. It was the first time I’d been to the cinema in years and I loved every second. Harrison Ford still had his same old appeal.
    Best wishes to you for 2016, and thank you for the visit to mine 🙂

  3. I knew without help, having seen most of them 2, 3, 4, 8, 10,11, 12, 13 and 15. I liked Inside Out, the Kingsman- Secret Service, Cinderella, and Mordecai.
    Loved Spectre and Selma.☆☆◇◇ I didn’t really like the 50 shades but felt I “had” to since all the hype.
    I really came by to say, Happy New Year to you and yours, Alex! 🙂 Smiles, Robin

    • It will be interesting to see how the two follow up films do. It got savaged by the critics but did well at the box office. I loved Inside Out. Such a brilliantly imaginative storytelling narrative. I wish you all the best in 2016 too 🙂

      • Thanks for kind wishes! I know it doesn’t hurt having Don Johnson and Melanie Griffith for parents. (Or is it Melanie Griffin?) Oh well heading off to bed. Have a happy Hump Day tmrrw, Alex.

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