Contextual teaching and learning (CTL) is a promising way for language education, since it can improve performance to learn usage of words and expressions in real conversation or situations. However, implementation of CTL is challenging for teachers since they have to deal with complicated tasks in managing interaction with learners depending on the context, especially in case CTL is provided for the big class. In this paper, the authors propose movie based context-aware language learning that enables contextual self-learning on the movie. Two key concepts, object-oriented context modeling and context-aware quiz generation, are also given. The object-oriented context model is defined to describe the context of the movie scene. The context aware quiz generator of the system produces quizzes based on the description of the context by the object-oriented context model. Preliminary evaluation was conducted to check if the object oriented context model can describe the context of the movie scenes. It is confirmed that the object-oriented context model has enough descriptive power for the movie scenes although it should be improved for less confusion in modeling.