14.03.13 by Jeff

Emoji Movie Pictionary

Emoji Movie Pictionary
Today Abel Macias emailed me a bunch of screenshots of conversations he had been having with his friend Meg Murphy.

It took me a second to realise what was going on, and then I saw the genius that is Emoji Movie Pictionary. I took the liberty of photoshopping out the entire messages, leaving just the clues, so you can have fun guessing! See if you can solve all of them below!

Emoji Movie Pictionary

Emoji Movie Pictionary

Emoji Movie Pictionary

Emoji Movie Pictionary

Emoji Movie Pictionary

Emoji Movie Pictionary

Emoji Movie Pictionary

Emoji Movie Pictionary

Emoji Movie Pictionary

Emoji Movie Pictionary

Emoji Movie Pictionary

Emoji Movie Pictionary

I’ve never seen this before so I am crediting them with inventing the game! Love to see more, maybe people can come up with some even tougher ones!

*Update @maurice found that it does exist! Emojimovie App













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • 12 monkeys
    edward scissor hands
    ghost world
    silence of the lambs
    planes trains and automobiles

    3 men and a baby
    driving miss daisy
    snakes on a plane
    pretty women?
    and i don’t know the rest :P

    • you didn’t get my favourite one!

    • andreoide

      honey i shrunk the kids
      Run Lola Run

      but I didn’t get the last one D:

    • 8 – Final Destination?

      The last one is a stumper.

    • mikemelvin

      yes

  • Haha, me and my friend do exactly the same thing, but with bands.

  • iim

    The Big Bang Theory

  • Honey I shrunk the kids?

  • meg murphy

    The last one is star wars…i made a mean pulp fiction in my opinion! xo

    • haha ya gotta let them guess! lets see pulp fiction! i think you can just upload the photo right in the comments!

      • Meg

        Sorry, I got excited! Here is my Pulp Fiction: ➡

      • Meg

        Pulp fiction is below clockwork orange…

      • hahahah so good!!!

    • Er ma gawd, how the last one is Star Wars is beyond me! I was guessing shooting something or kiss kiss bang bang I dunno. The last one was hard and one of my fav films too haha

      I LOVE this game. I’m sooo doing this!

      • haha its really hard to actually do wars if you think about it, what else can you do but more guns?

  • Easy one:

  • Daniel Ribar

    These are all pretty easy but this game is real fun!

  • Daniel Ribar

    How the heck do I post a photo on here?

    • in the comment box there is a little “image” icon – you just hit it and voila

  • another one:

    • bren

      Harold and Kumar go to white castle!

  • #emojiarthistory was trending for a long time on twitter.

    • my friend mentioned that today i thought it was a joke!

  • Alex

    Been doing this for months. Guess the Hitchcock.

    • your Rear Window is magnificent!

    • the train part in the second looks like North by Northwest?

      • Charlotte Gonzalez

        No, it’s Strangers on a Train i think…:) North by Northwest would have the plane over the field thing at least!

      • yea and also a mountain near the end haha

        ive never seen Strangers i’ll have to watch it

  • Meg
    • punch drunk love! unfortunately they show up as nothing on computers!

  • Ariel
  • mike melvin

    what is this? a shittier version of mickey’s grenades caps

  • We’ve been playing this for years… https://twitter.com/MatDolphin/status/217190140743913472

  • We created this project 6 months ago. Please check it out

    https://www.facebook.com/pages/Short-Msg-Story/130985023725812

  • j

    been playing this game for years!

  • too much fun

  • RVA83
  • RVA83




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