Guess what!? Two classic moments in film history

After successfully beating off every virus and germ thrown at me, I finally succumbed to the relentless attacks 😦

And whilst lying in bed with a head the size of a melon and a nose the size of a mini-van and lavishly re-decorating my bedroom with used tissues, I´m determined to enjoy the one thing that manages to take my mind (and my sniffeling nose) off being defeated at last – and that´s watching films! 🙂


So here come two more moments of film history for you to have a guess!


The first one is pretty obvious (well, at least I think it is).

The second though maybe less so, so here´s a clue for you: the couple depicted is attending a fancy-dress/costume ball.

(If you not only can guess what films they are, but are also able to quote the lines that were recited these precise moments, there´s another round of HUGE applause for you in store!;)

Wish you all a wonderfull – BIG SNEEZE! – weekend!


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16 thoughts on “Guess what!? Two classic moments in film history

  1. I’m not a Star Wars fan, but Romeo and Juliet — especially at the hands of Baz Luhrmann — is a joy. Hope you’re feeling better soon. “f I profane with my unworthiest hand
    This holy shrine, the gentle sin is this:
    My lips, two blushing pilgrims, ready stand
    To smooth that rough touch with a tender kiss.”

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    • Star Wars is correct:) – Malefficient unfortunately not:( But I really have to admit that I didn´t do a great job with the likenesses in this one. But here´s another clue: the story behind the fffilm is actually a very well known play…:)

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