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The details are what make a movie. That’s why we can return to films we love, and always see something new, as if watching with fresh eyes. That’s intentional – it’s the director’s job to think of every possible thingThe king of that? Obviously, Stanley Kubrick (watch this documentary if you want to know more about that).

But how well do you remember a movie you saw 30 years ago? Or yesterday? Well, Paul Rogers’ book of illustrated puzzles, Name That Movie, is a challenging exercise for even the greatest film buff. Tackle these puzzlers alone, or get the family in on ’em after everyone has eaten way too much food and can barely do anything besides lie down with a button undone.

WHO IT’S FOR

Film geeks, puzzle addicts and the whole family, really.

HOW MUCH?

From $18 to $20.

WHERE TO FIND IT

Indigo and the TIFF Shop, respectively.

‘Tis the season to be jolly (and a bit stressed from shopping, list-making, cooking and more shopping). But don’t get yourself too worked up, because we’re here to help you cross those names off your list one day at a time, one gift at a time. From now through December 18, we’re wrapping up daily gift ideas, Monday through Friday,  so you can get back to more important festive pursuits, you know, like drinking eggnog. We’re going to make this so easy, you’ll want to shop this way every year.