How well do you know this year's Oscar nominees?
Oscars matching game
How well do you know this year's Oscar nominees? Try matching the quote with its film. Most of them shouldn't be too hard, even if you've seen only the trailer. Others, just take your best guess …
1. “Let me get this straight: Your slave wife speaks German and her name is Broomhilda von Shaft?”
2. “The whole universe depends on everything fitting together just right. If one piece busts, even the smallest piece ... the entire universe will get busted.”
3. “The only way to beat my crazy was by doing something even crazier.”
4. “If I'm going to make a fake movie, it's going to be a fake hit.”
5. “No one is loved as much as you by the people. Don't waste that power.”
6. “This is what defeat looks like, bro. Your jihad is over.”
7. “Things will go on, and then one day it will all be over.”
8. “To love another person is to see the face of God.”
9. “Animals have souls ... I have seen it in their eyes,”
10. “Remember, if they ask you anything about your drinking, it's totally acceptable to say “I don't recall.”
11. “He's making all of this up as he goes along. You don't see that?”
12. “After that, when I came up, I was on my own. That was the scariest part. And when I saw the two of you climbing to the tree, I didn't feel so scared anymore. I knew I wasn't on my own. You see?”
13. “Uh, let's see... I'm 9 feet tall, I weigh 643 pounds, got a bit of a temper on me. My passion level's very near the surface, I guess, not gonna lie.”
D. “Zero Dark Thirty”
E. “Beasts of the Southern Wild”
F. ”Django Unchained”
G. “Les Miserables”
H. “The Master”
I. “Wreck-it Ralph”
J. “Silver Linings Playbook”
K. “The Impossible”
M. “Life of Pi”
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