- 1 How do I find a quote from a movie?
- 2 What are the most famous movie lines?
- 3 What is PlayPhrase?
- 4 How do you find movies you can’t remember?
- 5 How can I find a movie without knowing the title?
- 6 How do I identify a movie?
- 7 What is the most quoted movie?
- 8 What is the coolest line in history?
- 9 What are the top 10 movie quotes?
- 10 Is Playphrase free?
- 11 Is there an app to identify movies?
- 12 What is my movie app?
- 13 How do you write a film description?
How do I find a quote from a movie?
Go to the Internet Movie Database at imdb.com. This database provides lists of memorable quotes for each movie entry. Type the quote you remember from the movie into the website’s search box.
What are the most famous movie lines?
AFI’s 100 YEARS100 MOVIE QUOTES
- “Frankly, my dear, I don’t give a damn.” Gone with the Wind (1939)
- “I’m gonna make him an offer he can’t refuse.” The Godfather (1972)
- “You don’t understand! I coulda had class.
- “Toto, I’ve a feeling we’re not in Kansas anymore.” The Wizard of Oz (1939)
- “Here’s looking at you, kid.”
What is PlayPhrase?
With more than 60,000 phrases across almost 90 movies and TV shows, PlayPhrase.me is a pretty addictive Web app that lets you search for very specific phrases and soundbites that have been uttered on-screen.
How do you find movies you can’t remember?
Even if you forget the title of a movie, there are plenty of ways to find a movie title you can’t remember. You can Google the plot details, any actors you remember, or even quotes from the film itself. If that doesn’t work, then your best is to use a movie finder website or tool.
How can I find a movie without knowing the title?
Go to InternetMovieDatabase.com and enter any information known on the movie into the search field. The best way to start is with a character or actor’s name. Scan the search results to see if any of the information listed triggers your memory on the title. If not, click on one of the links for more information.
How do I identify a movie?
Characteristics of Film:
- A film will usually be in a flat roll, and is likely be in a plastic or metal can. A film may be on a reel if it was run on a projector in the past.
- There are small holes on one or both sides of the film (called perforations)
- Film is readable to the naked eye.
What is the most quoted movie?
Top 10 most quotable movies of all time.
- Mean Girls.
- Dodgeball / Zoolander.
- Easy A.
- Die Hard.
- Napoleon Dynamite.
- Monty Python & The Holy Grail. This 1975 film has King Arthur and his fearless knights head off in search of The Holy Grail, crossing paths will all sorts of “obstacles” along the way.
What is the coolest line in history?
The coolest line in history was said by Napoleon Bonaparte. During the last months of 1814, Napoleon grew bored playing at Emperor of Elba. He never took his eye off France, where the Allies had made the mistake of restoring an eager but weak Bourbon king to the throne.
What are the top 10 movie quotes?
The Top 100 Best Movie Quotes
- “Frankly, my dear, I don’t give a damn.” –
- “I’m going to make him an offer he can’t refuse.” –
- “You don’t understand!
- “Toto, I’ve got a feeling we’re not in Kansas anymore.” –
- “Here’s looking at you, kid.” –
- “Go ahead, make my day.” –
- “All right, Mr.
- “May the Force be with you.” –
Is Playphrase free?
Playphrase.me: For free.
Is there an app to identify movies?
SoundHound for Android and iOS is another great option for identifying tunes: Just tap the S button on the front screen to tell the app to start listening.
What is my movie app?
My Movie is a video editor for youtube and a video editing app to make beginner to be a pro. This vlog editor can trim/cut/split everything into clips. Edit videos with music, effects, transitions makes you be a youtube video editor & video star.
How do you write a film description?
5 Tips for Writing an Effective Movie Synopsis
- Stick to the main plot points and main characters. One page is limited real estate, so focus only on what’s necessary to tell your story.
- Write in the style of the movie’s genre.
- Create narrative propulsion.
- Emphasize character development.
- Spoil the ending.