Match the quote to the movie challenge

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See if you can match these quotes to films from the first decade of the new millennium.

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“The best love is the kind that awakens the soul and makes us reach for more, that plants a fire in our hearts and brings peace to our minds. And that's what you've given me."
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Question 1 of 14 Score: 0

Name the movie:

"The Notebook," the 2004 film based on Nicholas Sparks' bestselling romance novel of the same name, became a cult sensation and served as breakthrough roles for Canadian stars Ryan Gosling and Rachel McAdams.

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Tunisia, Sahara - May 2005, "Set for Star Wars: Episode III - Revenge of the Sith" shot in the Sahara desert, Tunisia
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Question 2 of 14 Score: 0

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Released in 2005, "Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith" was the sixth film in George Lucas' legendary saga. "Sith" featured an international cast that included Scottish Ewan McGregor, Canadian Hayden Christensen and Israeli Natalie Portman.

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Question 3 of 14 Score: 0

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The Disney-Pixar collaboration of the decade, "Finding Nemo" was released in 2003. Its most lovable character, Dory, voiced by Louisiana-born comic Ellen DeGeneres, rounded out the cast of veteran actors that also included Albert Brooks and Willem Dafoe.

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"Twilight" quote
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Question 4 of 14 Score: 0

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Vampires need love too! The first in the blockbuster saga, "Twilight" was released in 2008 over thundering shrieks of British heartthrob Robert Pattinson's admirers and fans of the popular book series written by Stephenie Meyer.

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Quote from "Memento."
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Question 5 of 14 Score: 0

Name the movie:

If you like psychological thrillers, you may have seen 2000's "Memento," starring British-Australian actor Guy Pearce. And, if you like psychological thrillers with a nonlinear structure in a neo-noir filmmaking style, this may be your favorite movie.

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Rear view of a group of university students walking away on a school hallway.
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Question 6 of 14 Score: 0

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2004's "Mean Girls" is a remarkable case study of high-school cliques and teenage hormones, thanks to wildly hilarious performances by Rachel McAdams (pre-"Notebook") and Philadelphia-born comedienne Tina Fey (who also wrote the screenplay).

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Quote from "Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone."
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Question 7 of 14 Score: 0

Name the movie:

Released in 2001, "Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone" was the first movie in the series based on J.K. Rowling's smash hit novels. It also made every scruffy young kid in the 2000s desperately wish they could enroll in the Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry.

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Logo and quote from "The Incredibles."
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Question 8 of 14 Score: 0

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The action-packed animated comedy superhero film "The Incredibles" was released in 2004 and features a family of superheroes (voiced by Craig T. Nelson, Holly Hunter, Jason Lee and more) who band together to fight a villain. The film won its director, American Brad Bird, an Academy Award for Best Animated Feature.

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Exotic sports cars racing with motion blur
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Question 9 of 14 Score: 0

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The 2009 release of the action-packed "Fast and Furious" was the first major motion picture role for Gal Gadot, an Israeli-born actress and model who's now set to star in "Wonder Woman" in 2017.

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Scene of two people playing in snow.
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Question 10 of 14 Score: 0

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Combining drama, romance and science fiction, "Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind" was released in 2004 and won an Academy Award for best original screenplay. It also showed the world a more serious side of Canadian comic actor Jim Carrey.

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portrait view of sky and neuschwanstein castle
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Question 11 of 14 Score: 0

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This 2004 retelling of "Cinderella" is a live-action fantasy film starring American actress Anne Hathaway. "Ella Enchanted" centers on a girl who is put under a spell to be constantly obedient. The movie was loosely based on a 1997 novel of the same name.

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Best friends holding hands.
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Question 12 of 14 Score: 0

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Released in 2005, "The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants" gave young women in the 2000s serious friendship goals. It also introduced the world to Honduran-American actress America Ferrara, who would later star in the TV series "Ugly Betty."

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In the footsteps of Lord of the Ring: Mirror Lakes Milton Sound New Zealand
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Question 13 of 14 Score: 0

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The first installment in the trilogy, "The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring" introduced Middle Earth to the masses in 2001. Starring Elijah Wood as Frodo, the movie boasts stunning scenery and memorable characters.

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Quote from "Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy"
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Question 14 of 14 Score: 0

Name the movie:

Never has an ego been more inflated than that of Ron Burgundy, the disco-era San Diego reporter we all love to hate. "Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy" was one of 2004's funniest films, about a semi-famous anchorman who clashes with his new female colleague.

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