Film Quizzes: Nostalgia/Sentimentality

After watching Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, Quentin Tarantino’s most sentimental film by far, it got me wondering about others in the genre. And there were far more than I thought there would be, covering quite the period. How many can you work out?

Nostalgia Film 1   Film 1 (1940s)

Casablanca   Film 2  (1940s)

Film Quizzes - Christmas Film 1    Film 3 (1940s)

Nostalgia Film 3  Film 4  (1980s)

Film Quizzes - Rites of Passage Film 1   Film 5  (1980s)

Nostalgia Film 5   Film 6  (1980s)

Nostalgia film 6   Film 7  (1980s)

Cinema Paradiso    Film 8  (1980s)

16_3_garrett1_1000_420_90_c1  Film 9  (1990s)

Film quizzes - fictional bands film 4   Film 10  (2000s)

Film Quizzes - Body-change Film 3pg     Film 11  (2000s)

UpFilm 12  (2000s)

Gertrude Stein Midnight in Paris   Film 13  (2000s)

Nostalgia film 12  Film 14  (2000s)

Film Quizzes - French Part 1 Film 6   Film 15  (2000s)

Answers below

1.  How Green Was My Valley   (1941)

2.  Casablanca    (1942)

3.  It’s a Wonderful Life    (1946)

4.  Cocoon    (1985)

5.  Stand By Me    (1986)  –  August

6.  Peggy Sue Got Married    (1986)  –  October

7.  Radio Days    (1987)

8.  Cinema Paradiso    (1988)

9.  Schindler’s List    (1994)

10.  Almost Famous    (2000)

11.  13 Going On 30    (2004)

12.  Up    (2009)

13.  Midnight In Paris    (2011)  –  October

14.  Young Adult    (2011)  –  December

15.  Blue is the Warmest Colour    (2013)

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32 thoughts on “Film Quizzes: Nostalgia/Sentimentality

  1. I would not have thought of Schindler’s List as nostalgic or sentimental at first. I guess I think of “the good ol’ days” when I’m nostalgic. Anyway, a fun post and for the umpteenth time I am yelling at myself to watch “Cinema Paridiso”.

    • There are plenty of others that come to mind faster, but I like to use a more creative interpretation every once in a while. Funny to think that at one point Spielberg had the rights for Cape Fear and Scorsese had the rights for Shindler’s List.

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