Can You Name The Movie Based On One Screenshot?

By Rusty EpsteinBoredom Therapy Staff

From the big screen to our smartphones, a good movie can captivate us like nothing else. Whether it's Luke Skywalker dueling Darth Vader or Jack and Rose escaping the Titanic, there's nothing quite like sitting back with a bag of popcorn and letting an enchanting story wash over you. But can you name these iconic films just by looking at one screenshot?

Can you name the classic this scene is from?

In this film, Woody finds out that he's actually a collectible from a TV show called 'Woody's Roundup."

Orson Welles and Herman J. Mankiewicz tag-teamed this famous screenplay, originally titled America.

The massive dance-sequence in this film forced a major city to shut down a freeway for two full days.

This film centers on Furiosa, who is searching for an escape from a seemingly endless desert wasteland.

This film was based on a controversial 1991 novel that is a frequent target of banning.

Harry Potter and the ______________ .

A biting satire of the television industry, this film took home three of the four major acting trophies at the Academy Awards.

This film's female lead was originally called "Mrs. Roosevelt," as an homage to the former first lady Eleanor Roosevelt.

Morgan Freeman lends his voice to the narration for this film.

This Francis Ford Coppola film received seven Academy Award nominations but won none.

Can you name the movie this scene is from?

The opening scene for this iconic film featuring Rooney Mara took over 99 takes to get right.

This groundbreaking high-fantasy film won all eleven Academy Awards for which it was nominated.

The iconic leads from this famous flick were originally supposed to be Gwyneth Paltrow and Matthew McConaughey before they were recast.

This popular Disney flick was the studio's first major foray into CGI animation.

This coming-of-age drama broke the record for "Best-Reviewed Film Of All Time" after scoring 196 consecutive positive reviews on Rotten Tomatoes.

This classic neo-noir film finds a young detective accidentally uncovering a vast criminal conspiracy.

This film's timeless duel between Obi Wan Kenobi and Darth Vader will forever be remembered as one of movie history's greatest fights.

This futuristic flick opens with 30 minutes devoid of dialogue.

This award-winning film is often viewed in classrooms for its important lessons about injustice.

Can you name the classic this scene is from?

This 2012 picture garnered Anne Hathaway her only Academy Award to date.

This Marvel blockbuster was the studio's first flick to surpass $1 billion in ticket sales.

Meryl Streep has been nominated for over 20 Academy Awards, but has won only three times — her second was for this film.

This film examines the potential consequences of a world run by AI.

Marilyn Monroe stars in this film about two musicians who go into witness protection.

Bruce Willis plays an off-duty cop who must free a floor full of hostages in this classic action thriller.

This absurdist take on Victorian England follows the life of a queen plagued by tragedy and sickness.

In this film, an FBI agent is pulled in to try to catch a serial killer using unusual methods.

This 1950's love story was nominated for three Academy Awards, but won none.

This scene is that of which freaky suburban nightmare?

This movie actually gave America's Route 66 its most famous nickname, "Mother Road."

This installment in the Pirates franchise features Jack's first meeting with famed sea villain Davy Jones.

Comedy giant Judd Apatow has produced dozens of hilarious flicks, but this was his first feature to ever be nominated for an Academy Award.

Now a classic, this film barely made its production budget back at the box office when it first debuted in theaters.

This film reunites the acclaimed father-son duo from TV's Arrested Development, Jason Bateman and Michael Cera.

Name this modern monochrome masterpiece.

Because of conflicting requests from studio executives, there are actually seven different finished versions of this sci-fi movie in circulation.

Can you name the classic this scene is from?

This wacky comedy featured a brief cameo by musical legend Ethel Merman — her final film role before she passed away.