It is time to test your film knowledge with the January edition of I Have Scene It Before. Last month 17 of the 21 films were identified. The four films that proved to be too tricky for everyone were 2013’s Escape from Tomorrow (#3), 1992’s Just Another Girl on the I.R.T (#8) , 2008’s Flash of Genius (#15) and 1995’s The Doom Generation (#21). Here is this month’s selection of film scenes. How many can you identify?

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24 Comments

  1. 3. Clash of the Titans?
    4. Prisoners
    5. White House Down
    6. Who Framed Roger Rabbit
    7. Dumbo
    19. Pain and Gain

  2. 1. I haven’t seen it yet, but I believe that’s Inside Llewyn Davis.
    3. Hansel and Gretel: Witchhunters
    5. Either Olympus Has Fallen or White House Down
    6. Who Framed Roger Rabbit
    7. Dumbo?
    9. Spaceballs?
    20. Emma?

  3. 2. Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter
    10. Passion? or is it Love Crimes?
    14. Pinero?
    21. Citizen Ruth

    I can’t believe the last clue from last month that I missed was The Doom Generation. I’ve seen that film but now I need to re-watch it. I fucked that up bad.

    1. The Doom Generation shot was a tough one as it is not an image that immediately comes to mind when thinking of all craziness that occurs in the film.

      #10 – one of your answers is right…the question is which one?

      The rest are correct.

  4. 1. Inside Llewyn Davis
    3. Hansel & Gretel?
    4. Prisoners
    11. Resident Evil?

    wow. this one is really hard. i basically havent seen any of these.

        1. its either White House Down or Olympus Has Fallen. theyre the same damn thing and i dunno how to tell them apart.

    1. Wild guess are acceptable as well. 🙂 Plus there are no guarantees that the films that have been named are correct. I will be revealing some of the answer later tonight/early tomorrow.

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