UPDATED! This PowerPoint game is the MOST FUN way to review literary terms and figurative language! Pictures and sound clips from popular movies, tv shows, and songs are divided into five rounds of play with five clips each. Each clip demonstrates a literary device or figurative language, including simile, metaphor, assonance, alliteration, verbal irony, internal rhyme, allusion, etc. Turn review time into game time! I divide the class into small tables of boys and small tables of girls. One person at each table is chosen to write the answers. During the game, you click on the sound icon, the clip plays (I usually let the students listen to the clip twice), the tables deliberate quietly, each writer jots down their team's answer, and then you move on to the next clip. At the end of the round, the tables quickly exchange papers and you click to the answer slide. Papers are then returned and a new round begins. This is a wonderful review for a Friday or just before a lit. terms exam. There's no reason why reviewing shouldn't be fun! Clips include Tommy Boy, Bon Jovi, Top Gun, Armageddon, Independence Day, Happy Gilmore, Homer Simpson, Grease, and many more! Enjoy!