Next, you'll be asked to compare 15 pairs of quotes from movies you haven't seen, and determine which is more memorable. The first three questions are warm-up questions, and do not count in our experiments.
At times, it might seem like neither quote is memorable, or that both seem equally memorable. However, please keep in mind that these quotes have already been annotated by humans, and one is indeed more memorable than the other. Do your best to 'recover' those existing labels!
After answering each question you will get instant feedback on whether your answer was correct (indicated with green) or incorrect (indicated with red).
This is not an easy task, and it might take a couple of minutes to answer each question.
A memorable quote could have one or more of the following characteristics:
- The quote is likely to be remembered by people who saw the movie.
- The quote might be used by people who saw the movie.
- The quote could be used out-of-context, perhaps as a reference to the movie it came from.
- The quote could be catchy.
You should use your intuition in deciding what makes a quote sound more memorable, and the first three warm-up questions are there to help you "calibrate" it. But remember, your task is to recover as many labels as you can
Do not look anything
up on the web while completing this task.
Some of these quotes might contain offensive content. We are sorry about that.