The Redbox Freeze Frame Challenge

by | Jan 21st, 2012 | 9:00AM | Filed under: Freeze Frames, Quizzes, Contests & Polls, Uncategorized

If you love animals, be sure to check out Dolphin Tale this week at Redbox. It’s bound to make a splash with you and your kids. And with the thrilling Rise of the Planet of the Apes in kiosks, too, it seems like wildlife is the obvious choice for this week’s Freeze Frame Challenge.

Here’s how to play:

  1. Look at the images below. Can you tell what movies they’re from?
  2. What Academy Award do all three films have in common?
  3. Put your guesses in the comments field underneath the post.

Movie #1

Freeze Frame - Animals 3

 

Movie #2

Freeze Frame - Animals 2

 

Movie #3

Freeze Frame - Animals 1

We’ll post the names of the first 30 people who get both answers right. Three people chosen by random drawing who correctly answer question # 1 and # 2 will receive a free one-day DVD rental.* All entries will be published on Monday, January 23 at 3 p.m. ET.

* Here’s the legal stuff the lawyers make us write out: Expires 10/28/2013. 1 code per transaction. 1 time use only. Valid only at kiosk for a 1-day DVD rental or a discount worth the same off a 1-day Blu-ray Disc® or video game rental. Your pay21ment card (necessary for rental) will be charged any excess daily rental fee, plus applicable tax (except MD rental transactions for which additional tax is not charged) for the first night of rental, and the full daily rental fee for all items plus applicable tax (except MD rental transactions) for each day you do not return your items by 9:00 pm local time (at kiosk) after first rental night. Void where prohibited. Cannot be combined with other offers. Not redeemable online, via app, for prior rentals or for cash. Subject to cancellation/change.


107 Responses to “The Redbox Freeze Frame Challenge”

  1. ronda adham
    Posted on January 27, 2012 at 11:14 am

    Dr. Doolittle, Tarzan, and Born free. Award for best theme song.

  2. Gretchien
    Posted on January 30, 2012 at 9:00 am

    1967′s Doctor Doolittle, 1999′s Tarzan, 1966′s Born Free
    Best Original Music

  3. Gretchien
    Posted on January 30, 2012 at 9:47 am

    Dr. Doolittle- Academy Awards, USA/Oscar for Best Effects, Special Effects, Best Music, Original Song For the song “Talk to the Animals”.

    Tarzan- Best Music, Original Song For the song “You’ll Be In My Heart”. Golden Globes, USA- Best Original Song – Motion Picture For the song “You’ll Be In My Heart”

    Born Free- Academy Awards, USA/Oscar Best Music, Original Music Score
    John Barry, Best Music, Original Song John Barry (music) Don Black (lyrics) For the song “Born Free”.

  4. Catherine Gallagher
    Posted on February 1, 2012 at 11:01 am

    Dr. Doolittle, Tarzan, Born Free. Best song for Oscar.

  5. Tiffiny Prevost
    Posted on February 1, 2012 at 2:12 pm

    Dr. Doolittle- Academy Awards, USA/Oscar for Best Effects, Special Effects, Best Music, Original Song For the song “Talk to the Animals”.

    Tarzan- Best Music, Original Song For the song “You’ll Be In My Heart”. Golden Globes, USA- Best Original Song – Motion Picture For the song “You’ll Be In My Heart”

    Born Free- Academy Awards, USA/Oscar Best Music, Original Music Score
    John Barry, Best Music, Original Song John Barry (music) Don Black (lyrics) For the song “Born Free”.

  6. Kimberly Johnson
    Posted on February 1, 2012 at 5:24 pm

    Dr. Doolittle, Tarzan and Born Free and they all have Oscars for best music/song.

  7. Rebekah Grissom
    Posted on February 16, 2012 at 4:12 pm

    Dr. Doolittle
    Tarzan
    Born Free

    Oscars for Best Original Music!