I'm a recent trivia convert. So far, I've sat in on two trivia nights at local bars. No wins...yet. Questions at local quiz nights typically span all subjects from sports to science. Coincidentally, sports and science are two good reasons why my win tally remains empty. I need to put my extensive knowledge of useless pop culture, well, to use!
Thankfully, the Brattle Theatre's "Trivia Night!" promises movies-themed questions only, which means I won't be stumped by Terrell Owens' receiving stats or the process of photosynthesis.
If you're someone who always thought that cinema-centric questions were only for the critics, guess again. Head to the Brattle in Harvard Square this Thursday at 9 p.m.. Invite a few friends (teams must have between two and six members), and register online.
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