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Pass The Popcorn

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  • Features 250 of the biggest box office hits, award-winners, fan favorites and film classics
  • All players compete every turn to name the movie - you're never waiting around
  • Unique tile format eliminates the need for a game board - play anywhere
  • Bonus Star Connection game included free
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Product Description

Product Description

Pass the Popcorn is ta great game to play at a sleepover party. Kids will build on their movie trivia as they challenge each other to name movies based on characters, quotes, and other clues. Everyone can play because movies from all genres are featured.

From the Manufacturer

The Pass the Popcorn Game is movie guessing mayhem. Shout it out. Be the First To Guess the Name of Famous Movies. You'll be given Cast Names, Character Names, The Story or a Famous Quote from the Movie. Every player has a set of tiles to complete. Turn over your tiles by naming the movie before any other player.

Product Information

Product Dimensions 7.9 x 2.2 x 10.5 inches
Item Weight 1.5 pounds
Shipping Weight 1.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Domestic Shipping This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
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ASIN B001KMIYD2
Item model number 10840
Manufacturer recommended age 12 years and up
Best Sellers Rank #199,809 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
#2,396 in Toys & Games > Games > Card Games
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3.9 out of 5 stars 35 customer reviews

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By JMM TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on March 25, 2010
In Pass the Popcorn, the objective is to correctly guess the title of a film based on various clues. For each film, you are given the release year and the genre. For example, "2006 Fantasy". From there, a player is allowed one more clue to select - cast, characters, story, or quote. Cast gives two or three actors that appear in the film. Characters lists two or three character names. Story gives the general plot description. Quote gives a line of dialogue from the film.

Pass the Popcorn is not a game for film buffs, but more for the general passive moviegoer. Pop culture junkies who know a lot of the movie stars will easily be able to identify the film based on the given cast, and the story and quote categories often easily give away the film. I love the design of the game - it is simple to learn and fun to play with a small or large group. But it is just not challenging enough for the movie fans who would be most interested in playing a game like this.

Besides the main Pass the Popcorn game, there is another set of cards for a side game called Star Connection. For this, a card lists five movies. The objective is to guess which actor/actress appeared in all of them. Again, way too easy - most connections can be made after hearing the first 2 or 3 titles on any given card.
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I like movies and so do most other people. If you know a few movies you can play this game. I played with my girlfriend and her parents and we all did well because there is a mix of newer and older movies. There are 4 categories, Quotes, Cast, Characters, and Story. This is most fun played with 4 or more players but still works for 2 and 3.
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I am a movie buff and I love playing movie trivia games. Pass the Popcorn is a fun time, but I easily dominate because the selections are good enough for casual movie fans. If you are a film buff looking for a movie trivia game, look elsewhere. This is a fun game no doubt. The game is well made and designed. It looks like all the pieces are durable and owners of the game should expect it to last a long time. A fun light trivia game, but not the challenge movie buffs expect.
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This game is hard. When playing, my family and I adjusted the rules, and I like our version better. For example, instead of only have two tiles and going back and forth until someone has all four, we just had each player start the game with four. Four of us played, so we took 16 of the tiles (four for each category), and mixed them, face down, in the center of the table. Then everyone drew. It was more fun that way because not everyone would end up with all four different categories. It all depended on which ones you just happened to draw.

But even then, the game is still very hard. You have to be up-to-date on movie trivia and easily know the plot, characters, and actors. Forget the quote. Those are so random and misplaced, we didn't know any of them. They seriously picked out the most obscure quote from every movie. Like for "Gone With the Wind," instead of going with Rhett's obvious line of "Frankly, my dear, I don't give a damn," they'd choose a quote from one character who had one line in one scene. Way too hard.

That being said, I had fun with the game, mainly because of the four of us, I watch and retain more movies than the others, so I excelled at this game! :D Get together with your movie buff friends and you'll have fun. This game is all about playing with the right people.
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If you watch a lot of movies, this is a great game for you. It actually comes with two different games. I've only played one so far, but we had a great time with it. The only issue I could possibly see is that you could get through the deck of cards within 2-3 games so I'm wondering if they sell refill packs. But yes - much fun for movie lovers. :)
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My family liked this game, it was great for my mixed aged family but we played all the cards in two nights so it seems to be a one time play. There needs to be extended cards you can purchase or better yet an app that had many more movies. We did love how it had some animations and some 1960's movies.
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Pass the Popcorn has been a very fun game for all of our family. It is a movie trivia game that has been played by 10-90 year olds. For our kids who have not been exposed to several movies, we handpick the game cards, rather than randomly drawing them, to pick movies that we think they might know. That way they have a chance at answering the questions and making it a fun game for everyone. As for the ordering process, our package arrived in a timely manner and was packaged well so that no damage occurred.
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By Mike D on December 27, 2013
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I purchased this item for my girlfriend for Christmas. I thought it would be a fun game to play together, and with friends. We read through the instructions, and it seems like it will be a fun game to play. We haven't played the game yet, but from the description it shouldn't be that difficult to figure out. We are both movie buffs so this should be a fun game!
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