You have to guess which movie a famous scene is from in Framed, a novel twist on the word guessing game that is more akin to Heardle. Finding the Framed solution is the challenge for you if you love...
Other word and image games exist, but none of them come close to this one. You will have to identify the movie from which a tiny snippet is taken. Do you remember a movie moment when you could only see the characters' expressions? You'll need to use every bit of your film expertise at that time. Since the films are just about 30 seconds long, learn everything you can from them. Once the game has started, you will be given three options for the scene: the first is erroneous, the second is nearly surely accurate, and the third is what we call a "wildcard"—something that may work with another movie but not necessarily this one.
Each round, one contestant selects a scene from one of six movie clips to direct. The other players play screenwriters, and their task is to think of movie phrases that would fit in that specific spot in the tape. If you are unfamiliar with one of the listed movies, Google is your friend, so you can be sure of your pick.
If a player has the answer to one of their team's puzzles, they can help them out by shouting "Framed," but if no one does, they must guess based on the tip given as to what word they think they hear. Players are not allowed to speak more than once or use words they've already said in fresh sentences.
With only 60 seconds every round, how well do you remember your movies?
That's everything for now. Despite being rather simple, the game is challenging and fun. It's really addicting and great for film buffs. Enjoy your time!
How to play Framed