Film Quizzes: #JoelSchumacher #EnnioMorricone

Since my last film quiz on con artists, there have been two sad losses in Hollywood, that of the American director Joel Schumacher (1939 – 2020) and of Italian composer Ennio Morricone (1928). Starting off as a costume designer Schumacher started submitting scripts before he broke into Hollywood and having a wide array of successful films. Morricone is most associated with the so-called ‘spaghetti westerns’, but had a hugely varied nd successful St career in film and television.

Joel Schumacher Quiz

Joel Schumacher films 1 Film 1 (1980s)

Lost Boys Film 2 (1980s)

Film Quizzes - Anti-establishment Part 1 Film 4Film 3 (1990s)

Film quizzes 20th century superheroes film 5 Film 4 (1990s)

Film Quizzes - Samuel L Jackson Part 1 Film 4 Film 5  (1990s)

Film Quizzes - Modern Day Journalists Film 2 Film 6 (2000s)

Ennio Morricone Quiz

film quiz little dialogue film 2 Film 1  (1960s)

film-quizzes-autumn-film-2 Film 2 (1970s)

ennio morricone Film 3  (1980s)

Gangsters Part 2 Film 5 Film 4  (1980s)

Cinema Paradiso Film 5  (1990s)

Ennio morricone film Film 6 (2000s)

Answers below

Joel Schumacher answers

1.  St. Elmo’s Fire    (1985)

2.  The Lost Boys    (1987)

3.  Falling Down    (1993)

4.  Batman Forever    (1995)

5.  A Time to Kill    (1998)

6.  Veronica Guerin    (2004)


Ennio Morricone answers

1.  The Good, the Bad and the Ugly    (1962)

2.  Days of Heaven    (1978)

3.  The Thing    (1982)

4.  The Untouchables    (1987)

5.  Cinema Paradiso    (1998)

6.  Malèna    (2000)



11 thoughts on “Film Quizzes: #JoelSchumacher #EnnioMorricone

    • The 80s had so many classics in that vein. Stand By Me, The Karate Kid, Breakfast Club, Ferris Bueller. I do like Amadeus a lot, and Field of Dreams. Die Hard would probably win though, just!

      • You nailed down all the best ones! At the tail end of the decade When Harry Met Sally came out and made me fall for Harry Connick Jr. I loved that movie too. Lots of favorites from the 80s.

      • Yeah that’s a great shout. Such a fun romcom. Can you imagine how fun it would be to go that restarant? It’s actually exists and you can order too.

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