So, you think you're good at movie trivia? Every week, we give readers the opportunity to flex their movie muscles by answering five trivia questions from our movie critic, Michael Clark.

Congratulations to last week's winner, Andrea Pace of Hoschton.

Here are last week's questions again and the answers:

1. What Atlanta restaurant is mentioned by name by George Clooney's character in "Up in the Air?"

A: Fat Matt's Rib Shack

2. What Alfred Hitchcock movie was filmed but not originally presented in 3-D?

A: "Dial M for Murder"

3. What 1990 movie was filmed in part in Vatican City?

A: "The Godfather Part III"

4. Name someone to win an Oscar for playing a non-fictional convicted murderer.

A: Answers included: Susan Heyward and Charlize Theron

5. Name the last person to receive Oscar nominations in writing and acting categories for the same film.

A: Matt Damon

Now, for this week's


1. In what state was "Grosse Pointe Blank" set?

2. An Oscar ceremony was postponed in the '80s because of what unforeseen event that occurred on the day of the original scheduled telecast?

3. What was the first live-action movie to make a reference to Barack Obama by name as the sitting U.S. president?

4. What director was successfully sued by Richard Carpenter for using unauthorized images of his late sister Karen and their songs in a film?

5. Name three movies where Denzel Washington appeared as a non-fictional character.

The first person to respond with all the correct answers receives a prize package of movie-related goodies, which could include promotional T-shirts, hats, posters, DVDs, video games and more. The winner also gets their name published in the next Weekend section. Please e-mail your answers, along with your name to Include "Gwinnett Daily Post Trivia Contest" in the subject line. In the event no one answers all of the questions correctly, the person with the most correct answers submitted by 6 p.m. the Monday after the contest is posted will be the winner. Only one winner per household is eligible each 30-day period.