You know how much we love business cards. We love movies, too! Mix them together, and you get our business card pop culture quiz! How well do you think you’ll do?
Name that Movie from Its Business Card
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An eccentrically dressed man with face paint addresses a group of mobsters about a disruption to their crime ring. Very emphatically, with a pause in between each syllable, the man says, “Why don’t you give me a call when you want to start taking things a little more seriously. Here’s my card.”
The man flicks a playing card depicting The Joker down on the table and backs away haughtily.
Name the movie? Highlight to see the answer: The Dark Knight (2008).
Four brokers compare business cards in an office setting, trying to outclass the others’ in this world where business cards indicate social status. “Look at that subtle coloring. The tasteful thickness. Oh my God. It even has a watermark.”
Name the movie: American Psycho (2000). Check out our rendition of this scene in our comical blog post: American Psycho Recreated: SILKCARDS Style.
An unlikely pair (if you can call them that) meet each other on a flight and become roommates after one’s home burns down after a gas leak. The two end up living in a derelict Victorian mansion and found a club that spirals out of control into a nationwide anarchist movement. The initial meeting starts with a business card that reads:
Paper Street Soap Co.
All Natural Handmade
537 Paper Street Bradford 19808
Name the movie: Fight Club (1999).
Two business partners found a tech company that grows to massive proportions. One of the business partners confronts “the brains behind the operation” and demands to know why his stock is the only one that has been diluted with the addition of new investors. After making a scene, he leaves, leaving the first business partner to his thoughts, fidgeting with a business card that says, “I’m CEO, bitch.”
Name the movie: The Social Network (2010).
One of the slenderest animated characters there is gives a hulking muscle man her business card. It simply reads in silver foil on white “MIRAGE 866-787-7476.” This actually translates to “SUPRHRO.”
Name the movie: The Incredibles (2004).
A spunky young cop gets recruited by the government with the only point of contact being a mysterious business card. An embossed MiB in black stands stark against white cardstock. The handwritten address 504 Battery Drive scrawled across the back.
Name the movie: Men in Black (1997).
A father going through a mid-life crisis amidst family disaster after family disaster creates a portmanteau of “analyst” and “therapist” on his business card to showcase his varied skills. Unfortunately, the portmanteau reads “analrapist,” which is hilarious for obvious reasons despite the pronunciation being “uh-NAHL-ruh-pist.”
“Okay, Lindsay, are you forgetting that I was a professional twice over—an analyst and a therapist. The world’s first analrapist… No, it did not look good on paper, but I didn’t stop because of the police inquiries; I stopped to raise our little daughter.”
Name the show: Arrested Development (2003-2006; 2013—).
1-2 correct: Trivia amateur
3-4 correct: Just a buff
5-6 correct: Movie rock star
All 7 correct: POP CULTURE GURU
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