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Quiz: Movie countdown

posted by Nell Minow

This is an astonishing compilation of 100 movie clips — all from well-known films — counting down the numbers from 100-1. How many of these films can you name?



  • Alicia

    Great clips, but I lost count of the films. They make me want to spend the 4th of July weekend at the movies.

  • Nell Minow

    What’s amazing is that they are all mainstream, highly respected movies! It is amazing how many of my favorites are included.
    I’ll do the first ten to pique your interest:
    100: “Night of the Living Dead”
    99: “Laura”
    98: “Dead Poets Society”
    97: “Blade Runner”
    96: “The Lost Weekend”
    95: “Oceans 11″
    94: “Star Wars”
    93: “Midnight Run”
    92: “It Came From Outer Space” (I think)
    91: “The Right Stuff”
    90: “The Fugitive”

  • Nell Minow

    And 10 more:
    89 French Connection
    88 Back to the Future
    87 Castaway
    86 Quiz Show
    85 Silence of the Lambs
    84 Titanic
    83 The Magnificent Seven
    82 Rain Man
    81 Galaxy Quest
    80 Harold and Maude

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