Movies and Riddles

By: Justin Zablocki (author, Zablocki Bros. LLC) on September 30th, 2013 12:00 AM.


Movies and Riddles

When watching a movie are you more satisfied by Bruce Willis diving from an exploding building while bullets glide by him, or Nicolas Cage moving from clue to clue solving each one using only his wit? If you prefer the latter of the two, you probably enjoy movies with intelligent central characters. These movies all have smart central characters who must use their brains to succeed (for more information about the movie and more riddles from the movie click the name):

National Treasure

The legend writ, the stain affected. The key in Silence undetected. Fifty-five in iron pen, Mr. Matlack can't offend.
The answer to this riddle is the Declaration of Independence.

The Da Vinci Code

This is an anagram for the Fibonacci Sequence.

Star Wars

I'm looking for a planet described to me by an old friend. I trust
him. But the system doesn't show
up on the archive maps.
Here Obi-Wan describes a planet that has been erased from the archives, something that is very hard to do.

Harry Potter Part 2

First think of the person who lives in disguise, who deals in secrets and tells naught but lies.
Next, tell me what's always the last thing to mend,
the middle of middle and end of the end?
And finally give me the sound often heard during the search for a hard-to-find word.
Now string them together, and answer me this,
which creature would you be unwilling to kiss?
The answer to this riddle is spider (spy-der).


If you look at the numbers on my face, you won't find thirteen any place.
The answer here is a clock.

The Hobbit

Thirty white horses on a red hill, First they champ,
Then they stamp,
Then they stand still
The answer is teeth.

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