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171 items in Movies

By Frank Gil

We have taken well-known animated movie lyrics and switched out one letter from each word of that song. Participants guess the song lyric correctly to win.

By Danny Graham

The sequel to Drive-In Movie Mania is here! Grab your popcorn and let's see what's playing at the Drive-In!  This game (available in PowerPoint & Sidekick 'Presenter') features 15 rounds of fun. Whether you're in-person or in Zoom, this game will be perfect. 

By Jeff Bachman

In this second edition of the popular screen game, participants must guess whether the movie plot descriptions are those of real holiday films or fake ones, otherwise known as Nah Liday Films!

By Jeff Selph

This Sidekick 'Boxes' game gives your students a chance to get up and debate their fellow students over which Christmas movie is the best of all time. The catch is that they don't get to pick their movie. Sidekick will pick it for them.

By Chris Comstock

In this screen game, contestants will attempt to decipher the emojified code and name the correct movie title before the competitor.

By Ken McIntyre

In this screen game, Superhero-ey questions are asked and the answer is either Batman or Superman.

By Chris Comstock

3 volumes of this fun game series ready to roll!

By Matt Baker

Students must guess who the character or person is based only by their silhouette, in the all-new Volume 4 of this screen game.

By Aaron Helman

Fathers of the faith or destroyers of the universe?

By Danny Graham

In this Sidekick 'Presenter' game, your students will have fun by guessing movie titles based on the images shown on the Drive-In screen. Also includes PowerPoint and individual slides as alternative display options. You'll love it!

By Ken Leslie

In this screen game, students must attempt to correctly guess which of Chris Pratt's characters have said the quotes displayed onscreen.

By Jamie Starrett

Students guess the movies from their pixelated pictures in this screen game.

By Ken Leslie

A PowerPoint screen game that take two Disney movies and puts them together… the outcome is a great group game!

By Jonathan Owen

This fast-paced guessing game will have contestants competing to be the first to name the animated movie described by the handful of emojis on the screen.

By DJ Cronrath

In this Sidekick 'Emoji Hunt' game, students guess the Superhero based on the Emojis shown.

By David Rutledge

Celebrate old times and your seniors with a screen-based trivia quiz about the year they were born, 18 years ago, the year was 2000.

By Josh Griffin & DYM Team

Guess the Pixar movie from famous quotes!

By Matt Baker

Can your students solve the mystery of who is on the screen?