Most of us know our favorite movies by heart, and we can quote dialog (although not always accurately), describe a scene down to its last detail, or even recount production history if we are particularly geek-minded about it. When movies are a big part of your life, the attention to detail can become downright obsessive, but as we all know, a movie is really just a sum of its parts. Paul Rogers, an illustrator who works at the California Art Center College has taken those separate parts and devised a clever little game of Name that Movie on his blog, Drawger. Rogers' game takes some of our favorite flicks and breaks them down into six drawings, and covers the gamut of Hollywood classics old and new. So if you are a fan of Pictionary and showing off your movie knowledge, this is definitely the game for you.

Now I don't want to brag, but I did manage to guess most of Rogers' selections -- although I am honest enough to admit that I didn't get a perfect score. There were a few that, frankly, I wouldn't even know where to begin. But it did remind me how those iconic images can work their way into your brain, and when all you need to see is an ink drawing of Big Kahuna soda cup and you can almost hear Samuel L. Jackson exclaim "That is a tasty burger."
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