Pick Your Favorite Movies And We'll Guess Your Birth Month

Your favorite movies can tell a lot about your character. Whether you like horror, action, comedies, romantic, dramas, or even holiday films can give a lot of insight into what kind of person you are. If you like a lot of action movies, you are likely more of an adrenaline junkie that also is an outdoorsy type of person, where someone who likes comedies is someone that might like to be surrounded by people and is more social. A person who likes horror movies might like the thrill of being scared and just the tales beyond the horror to begin with.

So what kind of movies are your favorite? Do you like to be clinging to the edge of your seat? Do you like to be laughing the whole way through? Do you like to have a supply of tissues to soak up your tears? Or do you like to get scared out of your pants? What if I told you we could also guess your birth month based off of your favorite movies as well? Take our quiz and we will figure out what your birth month is based on all of your favorite movies. You might actually be surprised!

Question 1

Nightmare on Elm Street

Nightmare on Elm Street is a classic horror movie about the one and only Freddy Krueger who literally haunts your dreams. it's all fun and games until Freddy appears, and rest assured you're not getting any real sleep until you go to your final resting place when he is there. Yeah, not such a pleasant guy. What do you think of this movie?

Question 2

Christmas Vacation

Christmas Vacation is about Clark Griswald and his family during the holiday season. During this festive time of year, nothing seems to be going right, and poor Clark's house seems to get more and more destroyed in the process. From Christmas bonuses that don't show up, to getting locked in the attic, to even kidnapping his boss, Clark was really put through the ringer. What do you think?

Question 3

Die Hard

It's one of Bruce Willis' finest, but it is also a typical man's favorite holiday movie too. John McClane is trying to save a bunch of hostages from a bunch of terrorists that took hold of a building. Yeah, we're talking typical action film here, but it's a classic nonetheless. Did I mention he does this all with bare feet? What do you think?

Question 4

40 Year Old Virgin

Poor Andy just wants to get by in life, and even though he has not had sex, he seems to be perfectly okay with it. Regardless, his friends/coworkers decide to help him hook up with a woman despite his efforts to stay celibate. Andy finds the love of his life, but boy oh boy is he put through some trials and tribulations in the meantime. What do you think?

Question 5

Little Women

This true to life movie is about four sisters that live in a middle class home in the 1800s, and this film documents their lives. Meg, Jo, Beth, and Amy live with their mother in their family home while their father is away fighting in the war. They experience ups and downs, but they rely on each other to get through. What do you think?

Question 6

South Park, Bigger, Longer and Uncut

Some say that this is just one long episode, but others say it was a stroke of genius. While Trey Parker and Matt Stone actually wrote all of the original songs in the movie, the tell tale jokes that are also in the show. They rip on the Canadians, the devil, and even Saddam Hussein. So what do you think about South Park, Bigger, Longer and Uncut?

Question 7

Forrest Gump

Forrest Gump is about a mentally challenged man, Forrest, who tries to make his way through life that includes a disability, the Vietnam War and his one true love. Things aren't always so easy for Forrest, and some things just kind of seem to fall into his lap without him even realizing it. Regardless, everyone seems to love him. What do you think?

Question 8

The Notebook

This is the love story between Allie and Noah and it documents all of their wonderful times together. At present we find, Noah, now an elderly man, who visits his wife to remind her how they love each other very much by reading to her out of his notebook. It's a hard story to swallow, but also very beautiful. What do you think?

Question 9

The Nightmare Before Christmas

The Nightmare Before Christmas is about Jack Skellington and his boredom with his holiday, Halloween. He then takes over Christmas, and kidnaps Santa Claus. The problem is that everything goes horribly wrong in the meantime. Jack is then put in the position where he has to save his friends and clean up his mess. What do you think?

Question 10


Oh yes, the love of Rose and Jack that goes on and on through the ages. Of course, we all know the story of the Titanic, but this movie really gave us the human side of this story. Rose is an upper class woman that is about to be married when she meets and falls in love with lower class, Jack. When the boat begins to sink, they really realize how much they love each other. What do you think?

Question 11


Sinister is about a family that moves into a new home and is haunted by a demon that convinces children to kill their families than takes them for his own. Ellison writes a book about various crime scenes and this house was quite a scene as no one ever solved what happened to the family and where the youngest child went. What do you think?

Question 12


Speed is about a bus that can't slow down because it has a bomb strapped to it, and if it goes under a certain speed it will blow up. It seems a little farfetched, but hey, action films make all of these scenarios possible. Keanu Reeves and Sandra Bullock look great under pressure as they try to save all the passengers without the villain catching them. What do you think of Speed?

Question 13

The Hangover

The Hangover is about four guys that head over to Vegas for a bachelor party, but everything goes horribly wrong as they lose, Doug, the bachelor and try to re trace their steps to get him back. They run into a bunch of crazy scenarios including getting stuck with a random baby, stealing a tiger, and even getting caught up with the Chinese mob. Yikes! What do you think?

Question 14

Schindler's List

Schindler's list is about a man named Schindler that was hell bent on saving as many Jewish people as he could during the Holocaust. He would hide them all in his factory and sell off as many possessions as he could to save all of their lives. He was a rich man that was very giving and was considered a hero. What do you think?

Question 15

Mission Impossible

Mission Impossible is about a mission that is crazy insane lead by Ethan Hunt. The team is picked off slowly as the try to get to their goal, which is to steal the CIA unofficial cover list. their first attempt fails, and their second attempt doesn't go much better as there is a lot they must overcome to get to said list. What do you think?

Question 16

When Harry Met Sally

When Harry Met Sally is about two friends that seem to have an intertwined life no matter what they do. First they travel across the United States to go to school, and don't hit it off, but become unlikely friends beyond that. After a few bad relationships, they leaned on each other and formed a strong bond. What do you think?

Question 17


Stepbrothers is about two 40 year old men that still live with their parents, and act like they are roughly 14-years-old. They don't have jobs and they reek havoc throughout their parents house by initially not getting along, building bunk beds, and destroying the house while sleep walking. So what do you think of Stepbrothers?

Question 18

The Dark Knight

Arguably, one of the best Batman's and DC movies, The Dark Night introduces a very dark side to Batman. The vigilante must get a handle on the Joker who wants nothing more than to watch the world burn. With the legendary Heath Ledger as The Joker, we see Batman struggle to decipher right from wrong, and skirt the lines between saviour and villain. So what do you think about The Dark Night?

Question 19

Love Actually

Love Actually is a Christmas film that is about eight different people trying to find love in London. Their stories are somewhat intertwined, sometimes in a big way and sometimes in a little way. Regardless, some people find love during the movie and some people aren't so lucky during this holiday season film. So what do you think?

Question 20


Insidious is about our world, ghost world, and people who get lost in between. Some people have the ability to jump from world to world, but they don't always have the knowledge that they are doing so, especially when they are sleeping. They can get caught in The Further, which makes those that can jump worlds have to go in to find them. What do you think?

Question 21

A Walk to Remember

A Walk to Remember is about Jamie and her boyfriend Landon. Jamie has terminal cancer and has a list of things she wants to do before she passes away, which Landon helps her complete. It's a real tear jerker as she checks off each and every item on her list all the way up to her death. So what do you think of A Walk to Remember?

Question 22

Eat Pray Love

Eat Pray Love is about a woman that decides to take her life in to her own hands after a messy divorce. She decides to travel to Italy, India, and Bali by herself and find herself, for a lack of better words, and boy, does she ever! Not only does she learn a new language and meet some awesome new friends, but she also finds the love of her life. What do you think?

Question 23


Anchorman is a San Diego Anchorman, Ron Burgundy, and his news team as they strive to hold onto the number one spot in the News world. Their team dynamic changes when they are forced to bring on a female co worker, in order to get with the times. It was a rough ride for them, but they eventually all came together as a team. What do you think?

Question 24

Friday the 13th

Friday the 13th is a slasher film that is centered around the psychopath Jason Voorhees. Innocent kids were slain by this insane killer at a seemingly beautiful campsite. We find out in the many movies that Jason is in that he is a very unforgiving killer, and this is the movie that kicks all of it off. So what do you think of Friday the 13th?

Question 25

A Christmas Carol

It's a movie that can honestly be watched all year round because of the positive message it sends. Centering around Ebenezer Scrooge, a mean, tyrant of a man, who avoids Christmas as much as humanly possible, but also isn't very nice to the people around him. Thanks to the visits from spirits of three different times, he is forced to confront how horrible he is and make some changes. What do you think?

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