Chaos Was What Killed the Dinosaurs, Darling

I know today many of you will be busy with watching the Royal Wedding, but please take some time for my “fetish” Friday Guessing Game, too 😉

The winner of this guessing game is Misspenny, who guessed 5 pictures right! Well done!

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    1. Awww, I cannot wait for the live streaming to start! If Kate wears an Alexander McQueen dress, I think I’ll die (happy) 😉

  1. 1)Natalie Portman in “Hotel Chevalier”

    4)“The Red Shoes”
    5)“Il mago di Oz”?
    6)“Me and You and Everyone We Know”
    8)“Heathers”

    9)“The Pick Up Artist”

    PS: a me frega nulla del matrimonio reale, però sono curiosa anche io di sapere chi ha scelto per il vestito. Spero McQueen, sì.

  2. So interesting that you selected shoes as your theme for this week. I would love to see the Alexander McQueen shoes designed for Kate Middleton!

  3. mi butto, anche se non sono sicura

    1. Hotel Chevalier (2007)
    2. Black Book (2006)
    3. Bedtime Stories (2008)
    7. Me and You and Everyone We Know (2005)
    9. Two Girls and a Guy (1997)

  4. 1. Il treno per Darjieling
    4. Basic Instict?
    6. Sognando Beckam
    7. Me and You and everyone you know
    8. Alice in Wonderland?
    10: Sex&theCity the movie

  5. the first photo is from Hotel Chevalier by Wes Anderson, the seventh is from “you and me and everyone we know”.
    I’m very uncertain about the other ones, so I guess i’ll leave it at that and rush to read your post about the royal wedding- hope you enjoyed watching it and had a nice weekend overall 🙂

  6. 1 the darjeeling limited

    4 Women on a verge of a nervous breakdown
    5 The golden compass

    7 Me and you and everyone we know
    8 Heathers
    9 Weird science

    XX

    1. 1. Well, this is complicated. I think The Darjeeling Limited‘s prologue (Hotel Chevalier) should be considered as a (short) movie by itself, so I decided to take it as such. Sorry 😦
      4. No.
      5. No.
      7. Yes.
      8. Yes.
      9. No.

  7. 1. “Hotel Chevalier” di Wes Anderson
    2. “Black Book” di Paul Verhoeven
    3. “Racconti incantati” di Adam Shankman
    7. “Me, you and everyone we know” di Miranda July
    8. “Schegge di follia” di Michael Lehmann

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