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From Paper to Screen

written by: mugimtv
 
This is a quiz about good books turned into good movies.

Question 1:


Fannie Flag wrote this 1991 Academy Award-nominated movie, starring Kathy Bates and Jessica Tandy, which was based on her best selling-novel written 4 years earlier.
Misery
Driving Miss Daisy
Fried Green Tomatoes
Scent of a Woman

Question 2:


Based on a Pulitzer prize winning novel by Michael Cunningham this 2002 movie featured Nicole Kidman and Julianne Moore.
Mrs Dalloway
The Hours
The Others
Home at the End of the World

Question 3:


This film directed by Taylor Hackford was based on a novel by Andrew Neiderman and featured Keanu Reeves and Charlize Theron.
The Devil's Advocate
The Long Walk Home
Sweet November
Monster

Question 4:


This 1999 film, based on the novel 'The Positronic Man', was co-written by Isaac Asimov and Robert Silverberg and starred Robin Williams. It was nominated for Academy award for best make-up.
A.I.: Artificial Intelligence
S1m0ne
Bicentennial Man
I, Robot

Question 5:


This remake of a Dino Risi film from 1974 was based on the Italian novel 'Il buio e il miele' ('Darkness and Honey') by Giovanni Arpino, starred Al Pacino and was nominated for four Academy awards, winning one of them.
The Devil's Advocate
The Godfather: Part III
Carlito's Way
Scent of a Woman

Question 6:


This 1994 film, nominated for four Academy Awards and directed and produced by Robert Redford was based on Richard Goodwin's book 'Remembering America: A Voice From the Sixties'.
Promised Land
Quiz Show
Accelerating America
Ordinary People

Question 7:


The biography of Nobel prize winning economist and mathematician John Nash, written by Sylvia Nasar, inspired this 2001 movie directed by Ron Howard, which was nominated for 8 Academy awards and won four of them.
Beautiful Mind
Cinderella Man
The Missing
Higher Learning

Question 8:


This 1990 film featuring Harrison Ford and Brian Dennehy was an adaptation of the Scott Turow's novel of the same name about of a prosecutor charged with the murder of his female colleague.
The Pelican Brief
The Burden of Proof
Presumed Innocent
The Fugitive

Question 9:


Based on a 1983 book by Dick King-Smith, this 1995 Australian film directed by Chris Noonan was nominated for seven Academy Awards.
Shine
Sophie
Babe
Crocodile Dundee

Question 10:


This 1997 science fiction movie directed by Robert Zemeckis was adapted from Carl Sagan's novel of the same title.
Contact
Back to the Future
Cosmos
A.I.: Artificial Intelligence

 


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