Name a Valid: Movie Subtitle

Name a valid subtitle for each of the given film titles.

Only subtitles that follow the exact title and punctuation given are allowed.

Titles as per their IMDb pages
Theatrical releases only
Quiz by overtired
Last updated: September 22, 2019
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The Lord of the Rings:
The Fellowship of the Ring | The Two Towers | The Return of the King
Age of Ultron | Infinity War | Endgame
Pirates of the Caribbean:
The Curse of the Black Pearl | Dead Man's Chest | At World's End
On Stranger Tides | Dead Men Tell No Tales
Austin Powers:
International Man of Mystery | The Spy Who Shagged Me
The Hunger Games:
Catching Fire | Mockingjay - Part 1 | Mockingjay - Part 2
Captain America:
The First Avenger | The Winter Soldier | Civil War
Star Trek:
The Motion Picture | First Contact | Insurrection | Nemesis
Night at the Museum:
Battle of the Smithsonian | Secret of the Tomb
First Blood Part II | Last Blood
The Hobbit:
An Unexpected Journey | The Desolation of Smaug | The Battle of the Five Armies
Mission: Impossible -
Ghost Protocol | Rogue Nation | Fallout
The Last Stand | First Class | Days of Future Past | Apocalypse
The Twilight Saga:
New Moon | Eclipse | Breaking Dawn – Part 1 | Breaking Dawn – Part 2
Homecoming | Far From Home | Into the Spider-Verse
The Chronicles of Narnia:
The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe
Prince Caspian | The Voyage of the Dawn Treader
Revenge of the Fallen | Dark of the Moon | Age of Extinction | The Last Knight
Ice Age:
The Meltdown | Dawn of the Dinosaurs | Continental Drift | Collision Course
The Dark World | Ragnarok | Love and Thunder
Star Wars:
Episode I – The Phantom Menace | Episode II – Attack of the Clones
Episode III – Revenge of the Sith | Episode IV – A New Hope
Episode V – The Empire Strikes Back | Episode VI – Return of the Jedi
Episode VII – The Force Awakens | Episode VIII – The Last Jedi
Episode IX – The Rise of Skywalker
Three Colours:
Blue | White | Red
The Lost World:
Jurassic Park
Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan
Level 69
Sep 23, 2019
For Star Trek can you accept Generations? Or Searh for Spock? Or Into Darkness? Great Quiz by the way!
Level 84
Sep 23, 2019
Thanks :) I didn't include those because they don't follow "Star Trek:". The Search for Spock begins "Star Trek III:" and the other two omit the comma; as I understand it, they are intended as complete titles, not titles with subtitles. I added the second sentence in the instructions because of cases like these and films like "Austin Powers in Goldmember".
Level 79
Apr 9, 2020
Love the idea, fun quiz!
Level 69
Dec 16, 2022
Instead of Lost World you could do Jurassic World (Fallen Kingdom and Dominion) and Transformers: Rise of the Beasts comes out soon so you should add that soon too. I don't think Into the Spider-Verse is with a colon so I don't think that counts and also you forgot No Way Home for Spider-Man. And for future installments theres also Dead Reckoning for Mission Impossible and Kang Dynasty and Secret Wars for Avengers. For Captain America there is New World Order. And if your including Into the Spider-Verse then you should include Star Trek INTO the Darkness and Star Trek Beyond as those do come after Star Trek. And Night at the Museum: Kahmunrah Rises Again just come out on Disney+. But maybe your not including non-theatrical films I don't know. Anyways great quiz! I always forgot Borat's though. And I don't know what Three Colours is but I guess its probably British huh?
Level 84
Dec 16, 2022
What a helpful comment, thanks! I'll add most of those.

For the Spider-Verse films I'm going by the IMDb names which do include colons. The Star Treks you mentioned don't, as I addressed in the comment above.

I'll leave out Night at the Museum for now I think. There's just a risk when including non-theatrical releases that other obscure films need to be included too.

The Three Colours trilogy is actually French/Polish. (The original French titles are "Trois couleurs : Bleu / Blanc / Rouge".) As per wikipedia: "Blue, white, and red are the colours of the French flag in hoist-to-fly order, and the story of each film is loosely based on one of the three political ideals in the motto of the French Republic: liberty, equality, fraternity."