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Movie Titles by Synonyms #1

Guess these movie titles, where most of the words have been replaced by synonyms.
Not all synonyms are exact
Quiz by Quizmaster
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Last updated: January 2, 2018
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First submittedMay 9, 2013
Times taken106,341
Average score70.0%
Rating4.40
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Synonyms
Movie Title
Serpents on an Aircraft
Snakes on a Plane
Uppermost Pistol
Top Gun
Murder William
Kill Bill
Arachnid-Male
Spider-Man
Sunrise of the Deceased
Dawn of the Dead
The Deity Dad
The Godfather
Yuletide Holiday
Christmas Vacation
Unclean Harold
Dirty Harry
Stony
Rocky
Cop School
Police Academy
Synonyms
Movie Title
Temporality Police
Timecop
Knife Jogger
Blade Runner
Charles's Seraphim
Charlie's Angels
Croonin' in the Precipitation
Singin' in the Rain
My Huge Obese Hellenist Nuptials
My Big Fat Greek Wedding
Vanished with the Breeze
Gone with the Wind
No Nation for Geriatric Males
No Country for Old Men
The Monarch's Enunciation
The King's Speech
Faunus's Maze
Pan's Labyrinth
Mandibles
Jaws
59 Comments
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Level 75
Jun 11, 2013
Only missed Timecop - didn't know what temporality meant!
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Level 70
May 16, 2018
I initially read "temporary"
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Level 69
Jul 8, 2019
Same, not until the comment above i realized
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Level 82
Jun 11, 2013
First try got 100% with 2:35 remaining. For whatever reason this one seemed a lot easier to me than the similar quiz about band names. Maybe because I've had it with these oedipal complex having legless reptiles on this maternally fornicating flying machine.

Monkey Fighting Snakes on a Monday to Friday Plane

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Level 82
Jun 11, 2013
This site is helping me learn basic html. :D

Like... Anyone who got the right answer to Cop School ought to try this quiz.

Never knew how to do that before...

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Level 59
Apr 27, 2024
so the quiz on censorship has been removed. hmmmm
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Level 65
Jun 11, 2013
Fun quiz. room for a lot more of these!
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Level 71
Jun 11, 2013
Huh, this must be the first time I got all answers right in a movie quiz. :)
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Level 46
Dec 26, 2014
Me too! I think it's because of the clever clues. Fun one.
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Level 27
Jun 11, 2013
I had to smile about some of these... Knife Jogger... lol. Very good quiz!
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Level 46
Jun 11, 2013
Hilarious quiz.
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Level 3
Jun 12, 2013
Good Quiz, Enjoyed it, had a laugh too :)
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Level 82
Jun 13, 2013
My own Movie Title Antonyms quiz. I thought I was being original but then I looked it up and there are actually a bunch of these. oh well.
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Level 71
Jun 1, 2018
That still makes three quiz plug in this comments section. Think that might be enough?
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Level 82
May 24, 2019
Oh I'm sorry. Were you using the space for something else?
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Level 37
Jun 14, 2013
"Stony" may explain why he talked like that...
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Level 33
Jun 14, 2013
LOL well it would definitely explain the acting skills.
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Level 77
May 7, 2014
The Temporary Police .. what the heck is the Temporary Police? -- I need to learn to read :)
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Level 24
Jul 16, 2014
This quiz made me giggle.
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Level 56
Jul 18, 2015
hehe, me too. No idea why :)
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Level 53
Oct 31, 2014
All except timecop. Never even heard of it
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Level 44
Jan 16, 2015
I had them all on the first try, except that I could not spell labyrinth correctly :( :P
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Level 28
Oct 23, 2015
Can't you accept "Xmas" as well as "Christmas"?
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Level 66
Nov 27, 2023
this is a common oversight to be fair
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Level 84
Oct 23, 2015
What a fun quiz! Some of these made me laugh out loud.
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Level 79
Oct 23, 2015
Mandibles = Win. Couldn't remember whose labyrinth it was...
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Level 90
Oct 23, 2015
'Hellenic' is the adjectival term for Greek, not 'Hellenist.' They mean different things.
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Level 44
Oct 25, 2015
Only got Pan's Labyrinth because it FLIPPING FREAKS ME OUT!!!!!
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Level 60
Oct 26, 2015
Since when have William and Harold been synonyms of Bill and Harry?
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Level 77
May 16, 2018
Since... the Middle Ages, I guess? I can sort of understand the confusion about Harold, since Harry is more well-known as a nickname for Henry (though it's pretty easy to see how "Harry" can be derived from "Harold" as well...) but I'm pretty sure every single Bill and Billy I've ever known or heard of had it short for William. Clinton, Cosby, Gates, Maher, Murray, Nye, O'Reilly, Watterson, Crystal, Graham, Idol, Joel... seriously, name a well-known Bill, and he was probably born William.
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Level 76
Apr 25, 2016
13/20. All of those I'd got without having heard of them except Spiderman, Snakes on a Plane, Rocky and My Big Fat Greek Wedding
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Level 71
Oct 2, 2017
Yeah that last one was a little tough to piece together
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Level 48
Oct 2, 2017
I kept writing Pan’s Pyramid... smh
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Level 71
Oct 2, 2017
lol okay
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Level 56
Nov 19, 2017
fun one
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Level 64
Apr 5, 2018
This is by far my most favourite quiz on the site. I loved it - please make more!
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Level 48
May 16, 2018
Holiday: that word that word the British can use to get back at us for ameri-centric quizzes. I learned it long ago but still forget that in Europe it means 'vacation'.
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Level 62
May 16, 2018
yep. that got me too.
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Level 66
Nov 27, 2023
This is one of very few English terms where the USA version is closest to European/Romance language actually. Vacances/Vacanze resemble vacation obviously. Usually the USA term is the deviation.
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Level 56
May 16, 2018
I watched Pan's Labyrinth once,12 years ago, and I'm still heartbroken.
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Level 6
May 16, 2018
this is very good I enjoyed it
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Level 74
May 17, 2018
When I saw Unclean, my first thought was that it meant "uncle-an." ...As in acting like an uncle. I spent a solid 15 seconds trying to think of a synonym for uncle before I realized what it actually said.
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Level 93
Apr 25, 2019
my poor typing today was making up its own ideas: spider Nam was a good one i'd pay to see
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Level 67
May 24, 2019
For "Stony" I was thinking of "High" lol.
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Level 53
Aug 2, 2019
I don't think "Holiday" means "vacation."
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Level 83
Nov 12, 2019
It does in UK
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Level 66
Nov 27, 2023
And the other English speaking nations
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Level 70
Aug 25, 2019
I even put in "Jaw", I feel so dumb
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Level 46
Dec 5, 2019
"Crooning in the precipitation"! That made me laugh so hard, I don't know why.
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Level 83
Sep 1, 2020
Fun.
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Level 29
Jan 21, 2021
Stony = True Grit.
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Level ∞
Jul 16, 2021
That would be something like "Actual gravel".
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Level 67
Aug 22, 2023
Roy Anderson is in that one :)
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Level 62
Jul 25, 2021
So knew I was going to kick myself for not getting "Stony", and I did, go the rest though :-)
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Level 41
Jan 16, 2023
lol I didn't believe "snakes on a plane" was a legit movie so I didn't bother to try guessing it. Learned my lesson
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Level 33
Jul 20, 2023
Murder William is one of my comfort movies, great quiz! 🙌
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Level 66
May 17, 2024
"No Nation for Geriatric Males" was named after Bill Valet Bakingpowders's poem "Navigating to Istanbul":

This is no nation for geriatric males. The juvenile

In one another's forelimbs, avians in the shrubs —

Those moribund cohorts — at their chant

The sockeye cascades, the scombrid-crammed oceans

Piscine, carnal, or galliforme, praise for the aestival entirety

Whatever is engendered, nascent, and deceases.

Trapped in this pleasurable melody everyone overlooks

Structures of nonscenescent mind.

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Level 52
May 18, 2024
never watched any of these, only ever heard of spiderman but was able to get most of them, including the least guessed
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Level 27
May 19, 2024
My English synonym and film knowledge isn't as good as I thought