Toned Down Movie Titles

When selecting a movie title (or premise for that matter) it’s important to catch people’s eye with how epic the title sounds. The right name can convey either a level of excitement that immediately hooks the audience, or sounds just kind of bland and boring. With that in mind, here’s a list of movie titles that are a little toned-down, less epic, or just less interesting than the original titles.

Attack of the 5-Foot Woman

20,000 Millimeters Under the Sea

Iron Boy

Prince Kong


The Blob that Ate a Select Few

Furry Potter

Star Disagreements

How Green Was My Lawn

A River Tiptoes Carefully Around It

Resovoir Puppies

Smack Bill

Low Noon

Gun Fight at the Can’t Complain Corale

Mission Hypothetical

Night on Elm Street

Four Weddings

Around the Block in Eight Days

Charlie and the Chocolate Shack

The Day The Earth Went On As Usual

Apocalypse Eventually

A Watchwork Orange

Mildly Agitated Max

Robopetty Officer

Conan the Jerk

The Sound of Country Music

The Princess Bridesmaid

92% Metal Jacket

Pre-Teen Frankenstein

The Half-Dressed Gun

Batman for a While

Pitch Grey

A Tale of a City

Lord of the Aphids

Robin Headband

Army of Dimness

The Hitchhiker’s Guide to Detroit

Honey I Shrunk the Keys

The Santa Contract

Frosty the Snowball

Dumb & Also Dumb

Nobody Cares What You Did Last Summer

13 Going On 14

The Land that Slipped Time’s Mind

The 3rd Sense

Unsanitary Dancing

Partial Recall

Wuthering Widths

Pickpockets of the Carribean

Journey to the Centre of a Tootsie-Pop

Texas Seesaw Massacre

About benjaminfrog

Yo. I'm a 30-something Christian guy and published author with a love for gaming, fantasy and sci-fi. I blog about pop culture, living as a young Christian guy, and living with A.S.
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4 Responses to Toned Down Movie Titles

  1. I couldn’t stop laughing. Brilliant titles!

  2. Steph Beth Nickel's Blog says:

    I have never laughed so much reading a blog post. Kudos!

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