Can you name holiday movies from a single screenshot?

Christmas movie posters.
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Think you know your holiday movies? Test your knowledge with this quiz featuring movie stills from famous Christmas flicks.

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Peter Dinklage
Photo: New Line Cinema

Question 1 of 12 Score: 0

This movie featured Peter Dinklage as a vertically-challenged author.

In the movie "Elf," Dinklage portrayed best-selling children's book author Miles Finch. In one of the film's more hilarious setups, comic genius Will Ferrell mistakes the future "Game of Thrones" star for an actual elf from Santa's workshop.

Photo: New Line Cinema
Christmas lights
Photo: Regency Enterprises

Question 2 of 12 Score: 0

In this film, two neighbors compete to see who can have the best Christmas lights display.

This 2006 movie, brought to the big screen by prolific Israeli producer Arnon Milchan, starred Danny DeVito and Matthew Broderick. The film ends when the decorated home is actually visible from space.

Photo: Regency Enterprises
Reese Witherspoon and Vince Vaughn.
Photo: New Line Cinema

Question 3 of 12 Score: 0

This 2008 film starred Reese Witherspoon and Vince Vaughn.

Both characters come from families with divorced parents and are forced to squeeze in visits to all four homes for the holiday. A fun factoid: One of the film's producers is Peter Billingsley, perhaps best known for his starring role as Ralphie in the 1983 film "A Christmas Story."

Photo: New Line Cinema
An a capella Christmas song.
Photo: Universal Pictures

Question 4 of 12 Score: 0

This 2013 movie features a group of childhood friends who reunite for the holidays 14 years later.

Life imitates art with this film. Starring Taye Diggs, Terrence Howard, Nia Long, and Regina Hall, it's actually a sequel to 1999's "The Best Man."

Photo: Universal Pictures
A robot celebrates the holidays.
Photo: Saban Entertainment

Question 5 of 12 Score: 0

This movie starred a robot who sings Christmas carols.

Alpha the robot was a beloved supporting character in the Power Rangers universe and the film was released at the height of the franchise's popularity in 1994 as a gift to the Power Rangers Fan Club by the show's creator, Israeli-American TV producer Haim Saban.

Photo: Saban Entertainment
A holiday wedding.
Photo: Universal Pictures

Question 6 of 12 Score: 0

This film was just voted Britain's favorite Christmas film.

The popular 2003 film, helmed by British director Richard Curtis, beat out such classics as "Home Alone" and "It's a Wonderful Life" in the new UK poll.

Photo: Universal Pictures
Bruce Willis in a shaft.
Photo: 20th Century Fox

Question 7 of 12 Score: 0

Bruce Willis is not playing Santa in a chimney in this holiday film.

While "Die Hard" is commonly thought of as the epitome of the action genre, many forget that the night's activities take place during an office Christmas party where Willis' character is trying to reconcile with his estranged wife for the holidays.

Photo: 20th Century Fox
Steve Martin and John Candy.
Photo: Paramount Pictures

Question 8 of 12 Score: 0

Steve Martin and John Candy were trying to get home for the holidays in this film.

This 1987 movie, lovingly crafted by American director John Hughes, follows two businessmen who will try almost anything to get from New York City to Chicago in time for Christmas.

Photo: Paramount Pictures
Charlie Brown and Snoopy.
Photo: United Feature Syndicate

Question 9 of 12 Score: 0

Charlie Brown and Snoopy starred in this classic from 1965.

The beloved holiday film written by Minnesota-born Charles M. Schulz airs every December on TV. A little known piece of trivia: In 1992, the film was released for a limited time on VHS through Shell Oil for sale at their gas stations.

Photo: United Feature Syndicate
Kate Winslet and Jack Black.
Photo: Columbia Pictures

Question 10 of 12 Score: 0

This 2006 movie has one of the most generic titles in cinematic history.

The film stars Kate Winslet, Jack Black, Jude Law and Cameron Diaz as people who temporarily exchange homes for the holidays. Despite the bland name, the Nancy Meyers directed movie has an 80% rating on Rotten Tomatoes.

Photo: Columbia Pictures
Tom Cavanagh in a Santa suit.
Photo: ABC Family

Question 11 of 12 Score: 0

Santa is portrayed as a lanky 30-something everyman in this made-for-TV movie.

Canadian TV actor Tom Cavanagh, best known for his starring role in "Ed" on NBC, takes on the role of jolly ol' Saint Nick in this ABC Family special that spawned a sequel, "Snow 2," four years later.

Photo: ABC Family
Santa and the tree.
Photo: 20th Century Fox

Question 12 of 12 Score: 0

What's the name of this classic 1947 Christmas movie?

The film – whose iconic Thanksgiving Day parade scene was actually filmed during the previous year's Macy's parade – won several Academy Awards and was selected for preservation in the National Film Registry by the Library of Congress as being "culturally, historically or aesthetically significant."

Photo: 20th Century Fox
Christmas movie posters.
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