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Screen Test DVD Game


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  • Product Dimensions: 2.7 x 8.1 x 10.7 inches ; 12.8 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 13.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B000212VGS
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 13 years and up
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #170,935 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 1.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (14 customer reviews)
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Turn yourself into the ultimate movie mogul by defeating your friends and family in the new Screen Test! Movie Trivia DVD Game. It has more movie trivia than any other DVD game to date. The interactive DVD features hours of movie clips with hundreds of questions spanning decades from the MGM library. Questions are from six different categories of movie trivia, each with three levels of difficulty. Includes the interactive DVD, game board, four player tokens, one movement die, and one difficulty level die. Made in USA. 10-1/2Lx8Wx2-1/2H".

Customer Reviews

This is the worst movie trivia game ever.
Movie Girl
I have seen scene it and i have not had it yet but it seems better for any new or old movie.
Kathryn Pointon
This game was ridiculously impossible even by my standards!
KSB

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

67 of 70 people found the following review helpful By C. Herrera on November 21, 2004
I don't know who MGM thought that this game was for, but it is not a game for the masses. I consider myself to be pretty knowledgeable in movie trivia compared to the average person. Not only did I not know half the movies, but some of the questions were so hard that the game is near impossible. The object of the game is to be the first to anwser enough questions correctly to go around the board and get to the end. After an hour of play the two friends and I that were playing gave up since we only were maybe a 1/4 of the way around (and we were helping eachother out with the anwsers and the game gave us a few 'move forward 3 spaces'!) and having zero fun.

A list of the movies that came up during our game:

The Party

Cyborg

The Great Escape

Men at Work

Thunderbolt and Lightfoot

Agent Cody Banks

A Guy Thing

The French Lieutenant's Woman

Pork Chop Hill

Tank Girl

The Holcroft Covenant

To Live and Die in L.A.

The Prince and the Passion

Mosquito Squadron

Dr. Phibes Rises Again!

Sunday Bloody Sunday

Wild Orchid

Getting Even With Dad

Not exactly a list of great movies or even anything reasonably new. The pieces that came with the game are just a black and white cut out that and seemed pretty cheap to me. I gave this game 3 stars for education, just because nearly all the anwsers were a learning experience for me.

Final verdit: Avoid this game unless your are an MGM executive.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Movie Girl on June 28, 2005
This is the worst movie trivia game ever. I realize this game has already been pretty much panned in these reviews but I have something to add. I got news for you...being older and knowing a lot about old "classic" movies WILL NOT help you here. MGM is a great studio and has made some of the best movies of all time. Come on...this is the studio who had under contract the likes of Katherine Hepburn, Spencer Tracey, Judy Garland, Humphrey Bogart, Fred Astaire, Clark Gable, Elizabeth Taylor, and on and on. But are there questions about these great stars and their films in this game? Nooooo! Instead you get obscure 'B" movie references. Movies that no one has ever heard of, let alone could quote lines from.

This game had great potential, especially as a classic movie game. It's like the developers were sitting around a conference table one day and some idiot said "You know what? Forget "Gone With the Wind" and "The Wizard of Oz". Forget about "An American in Paris". Who needs "Wuthering Heights" or "Casa Blanca"? Let's have questions about "Tank Girl". Yeah that's the ticket."

This game is unbeleivably frustrating. It's possible that the glaring absence of MGM's geatest movies from this game is due to the fact that Ted Turner bought the rights to the entire library a few years ago. MGM may no longer have license to use them. That would be their only excuse for this shipwreck of a game.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Carol Caliguri on October 8, 2005
this game was horrible! Very boring! The dvd keeps replaying the same scenes over and over before you even get through the game. It was the worst movie we've ever played. DON'T waste your money!!!
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Melissa Reddy-Tremblay on January 1, 2005
I have to agree with everyone else on this game it's really terrible! Which is sad because it's basic playing rules are well thought out. The movies they except you to know are just crazy. Buy "Scene It" instead.
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10 of 12 people found the following review helpful By M. O'donnell on December 6, 2004
This is a complete travesty. MGM have the audacity to believe that their studio makes films so powerful that they stay in the memory.

Fair enough assumption you may think. The reality is a horrible hotch-potch of films that no-one has ever watched all the way through and consequently a dull waste of money.

It even has the brass neck to ask you to complete lines from films. Fine. Except the chances of knowing are remote in the extreme. If a good barometer of a family game is fun then this scores a fat zero.

This is terrible. Shameful cashing in on a name.....
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By T. Domsch on November 20, 2005
After opening the DVD case 1 time, it broke. During the 2nd game, we were already getting repeat questions from the 1st game. Plus most of the movies were obsure old titles that we had NEVER heard of or seen. This game was not very fun at all. I am taking it back and buying Scene It.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By D. Nagle on December 21, 2005
The obscurity of the movies has been well-covered by all the other reviewers and I completely agree. They were mostly forgettable or obscure with a "cult classic" thrown in from time to time. Initially, however, the obscurity was my favorite part of this game. I was glad to try to answer questions about "Robocop" and "Tank Girl" instead of the usual "Gone With the Wind" and "Dr. Zhivago," but I couldn't. The questions were about forgotten "famous lines" and nameless "starlets." The instructions seemed like they were translated (poorly) from a dead language. The DVD "menu" was time consuming and awkward (and painfully necessary with every turn). The board and pieces were cheep and unimaginative, and the die had only three sides. But that is two sides too many if I were going to review this game with a roll of the die.
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