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Unless you're a zombie or some carnivorous monstrosity that feeds on Hypothalamus glands. If you know anything about evolutionary biology, you know why Dr. Green's (Penelope Ann Miller) initial idea to kill the creature in The Relic would have worked. Of course, we're assuming you don't.
Put your knowledge of all-things that creep, slither and crawl to the test with the only movie monster survival guide/quiz book of its kind.

What will you do when they come for you?
Live and learn. Learn and live!
Lights, Camera, Trivia
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With Jim Carrey in the leading role and a title like When Nature Calls, one would expect a fair amount of bathroom humor. What would you do if we asked you to re-enact the film's first "Tasteless" gag?
2. Sylvester Stallone's character took an eight-month leave of absence after Sarah (Michelle Joyner) fell to her death in Cliffhanger. How long was Ace gone?

A. Four months
B. Eleven months
C. Too long, if you ask us. The words "Get over it, already! It was only a raccoon!" should have been uttered by Fulton Greenwall (Ian McNeice) in the chapter entitled More 1 Than Anyone.


3. The Ashram Monk (Arsenio "Sonny" Trinidad) knew who Fulton was looking for when he described Ace as a man who bends over and speaks from his rear. He could have also mentioned Ace's crazy 'do, which, according to hairstylist Pauletta Lewis, was made to look like a Cockatoo's plumage from the back. What was different about Ace's appearance when his character was re-introduced?

4. Ace wouldn't leave the monastery until he attained "Omnipresent super-galactic oneness." What did he do to earn the Medallion of Spiritual Accomplishment?

5. Remember the question we asked in Pet Detective as to why Ace didn't make the necessary phone call to get his broken windshield
Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls
(1) You'd pretend like you were regurgitating some food to feed a baby hawk. (2) C (3) He was wearing lederhosen and some climbing apparel.
(4) Nothing, apart from overstaying his welcome. That was thrown in as an incentive to get him to leave. (5) He hit a branch (among other things) when he drove through the jungle (instead of around it) to save a few minutes time.

(6) There's two correct answers here (right-side up and upside down) because Ace rolled the jeep twice in the film. (7) Touch the bat (8) Vincent thought Ace would be his alibi to prove he did everything he could to stop the war between the Wachatis and the Wachootoos. (9) "Friends, rodents, quadrupeds, lend me your ears."

Fletch
Fletch (Chevy Chase) used the old, "Your shoelaces are untied" gag to distract the watchman (Joe Praml) who threatened to call the police the day he was caught snooping around the Cavanaugh home.
Steve Oedekerk, 1995
Full quiz available in volume 1 of Lights, Camera, Trivia
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replaced? Well, it must have been because no insurance company would provide that type of coverage, given his reputation. How did his recklessness lead to the same thing happening during his drive to the consulate?

6. Picture this scenario: It's three in the morning. No matter how hard you try, you just can't seem to fall asleep. With your alarm set to go off in a couple of hours, you grumble, "This sucks" before turning on the TV. That's when you come across an infomercial for The Ace Ventura School of Driving. "In only six short weeks we can teach you how to roll a jeep, squeeze your car into the narrowest of parking spaces and lose any patrol car during a high speed pursuit… really!" What you don't see, or hear, is the disclaimer that zips across the bottom of the screen in fine print: "Warning: Results may vary. Not liable for accidental deaths, increased insurance premiums or incarceration. Any and all legal fees are the sole responsibility of the applicant." "This can't be real, can it?" you wonder. "Maybe it's all just a dream." Whatever the case may be is beside the point. The question here is; if the course duplicated the jeep roll exactly as it appeared in
the film, would you land on your side, right-side up or upside down?

7. When Ace discovered the exact nature of his mission, he agreed to proceed with his investigation under the condition that he wouldn't have to do what?

8. Why would someone who was either directly or indirectly responsible for the disappearance of the Great White bat hire Ace to solve the case? Try figuring that one out.

9. Let's say you've been chosen as the Best Man for your brother's wedding. One of your biggest fears has always been addressing a large group of people. That would certainly present a problem when the time came to give the toast, wouldn't it? Even more of a concern is what you're going to say. Weeks pass before you finally hit upon the idea of referencing one of your brother's favorite films. What would your opening line be if you quoted the words that were uttered by Ace before he started talking out of his rear?
Have you ever fallen for the oldest trick in the book? Do you even know what it is? We'll tell you what it isn't - shouting, "Look, defenseless babies!" If that doesn't help, our lovely assistant will provide an additional clue in the form of a kick to the groin. The demonstration we witnessed ended that way.
Fletch
Michael Ritchie, 1985