Brittani’s Favorite Movie Titles Blogathon

When I saw Brittani’s post on her own favourite film titles, I asked for her to turn it into a blogathon right away. I wasn’t the only enthusiastic one and she did it! I love this idea, it’s a lot of fun and intriguing — if there’s a film called He Died With A Felafel In His Hand, you just have to see what that’s about. I’ll tell you right away, honest, that I haven’t seen some of these films here. But I’m very enthusiastic about doing so! Click on the banner for more info.

The rules are as follows:

1) Going through the alphabet, list your favorite movie title beginning with each letter. 
2) You don’t have to necessarily like the movie to use it’s title. 
3) Use the banner at the top of this post in yours.
4) Please have submissions in by Friday, May 30th. (But I’ll be honest, if you send them to me after that date, I’ll still add them to my post.) // The deadline was extended by a week, so there’s still time to join in!

# 21 Jump Street
Alice Doesn’t Live Here Anymore
Blue is the Warmest Color
The Curious Case of Benjamin Button
Don’t Tell Mom the Babysitter’s Dead
Enter the Void
Fantastic Mr. Fox
Gangs of New York
He Died With A Felafel In His Hand
It’s a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World
John Dies at the End
The Killer Inside
The Lion King: Simba’s Pride
Million Dollar Baby
No Country for Old Men
O Brother, Where Art Thou?
Perfect Sense
Quantum of Solace
Repo! The Genetic Opera
True Story
The Usual Suspects
The Virgin Suicides
What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?
You Don’t Mess with the Zohan
Zack and Miri Make A Porno

Cheers to Brittani for hosting and let me know if some of these films with the super cool names are worth watching! 😉

24 responses to “Brittani’s Favorite Movie Titles Blogathon

  1. Very nice list, Elina! I completely forget about Whatever Happened to Baby Jane and It’s A Mad Mad Mad Mad World.

  2. Yay! Thank you so much for participating! I feel like I need to check out the one you picked for I.

    • Me too. I mean, the quadruple Mad? Sounds interesting. Thank you for turning this into a blogathon! It was so much fun to write this post!

  3. Another fantastic list…

    I don’t even remember what I went for with ‘F’ but I instantly regret not going with Fantastic Mr. Fox after seeing it here. Same with Curious Case of Benjamin Button, too. Damn it.

    How many of these have you actually seen? My guess….is 9.

  4. I love this list, so many inspired choices! Every time I read a new one of these I want to make a ‘part two’ to show all the films I missed out on! I feel like I should see Repo! The Genetic Opera, it sounds really intriguing.

    • I’m doing a post on it very soon because as I added it I realised there probably aren’t many people who’ve seen it. It’s an AMAZING film. Seriously.

  5. Great list! It’s a Mad Mad Mad Mad World sounds interesting – great title! I also love the inclusion of Blue is the Warmest Color.

  6. Oh awesome that you have Perfect Sense here! And Zack and Miri! 🙂

  7. Such a cool blogathon! That Genetic Opera movie sound curious.

  8. Great picks! Blue is the Warmest Color is that rare exception of an American title that is actually better than the original title. As much as I love that film, “The Life of Adèle” is such a bland title. Blue is the Warmest Color rocks!

    • Thank you! I love the American title a lot more, as well. I think that’s only happened with The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo before. (Wait, damn, I should’ve added that!)

  9. I love your list Elina. Great choices. Nice presentation.

  10. Great list Elina! Love reading these very cool.

  11. A lot of titles on this list that I’m not familiar with. You’ve given me some films to look forward to.

    Also, I am VERY pleased that “Whatever Happened to Baby Jane” made the list. 🙂

    • OH, thank you so much! I fully intend to see Whatever Happened to Baby Jane very soon, I’ve been intrigued by that ever since I read a book called Baby Jane, named after that film, of course.

  12. Great list. I should’ve used The Lion King on mine, damn.
    Million Dollar Baby was a excellent film, as most of Clint Eastwood’s work is usually.

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