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Can you name the movies which begin with 'N' or 'O'?
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#13 in the series (see my profile for A-M movies). Initial articles (a, an, and the) are ignored. The left-hand column is N and the right-hand column is O. All suggestions are welcome :)
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Year & Genre(s)
Nicolas Cage searches for hidden loot
Robert Redford as hard-hitting Roy Hobbs
Inane musical rehash of a Fellini film
Ben Stiller as mugging museum employee
Gosh! This movie's popularity was odd
One, two, Freddy's coming for you...
Newsman Howard Beals is as mad as hell
Director Romero uses zombies to show American tearing itself apart
Altman ensemble piece set in title city
Disney flick about paperboys was big flop
Laughton's only directed film stars Robert Mitchum as an evil preacher
Hostage-saving cop has to take hostages
Oliver Stone's overlong take on 37th prez
Manifestation of evil with bad haircut hunts down Josh Brolin, suitcase full of cash
Typically-maudlin Nicolas Sparks adapation
Gritty, Detroit-set movie about drug cops
Hitch film about uranium-hoarding Nazis
One of Eddie Murphy's many fat-suit roles
Silent, German-made take on Dracula myth
Girl stands in front of boy, asks him for love
Jim Carrey is haunted by an evil number
'Airplane!' creators take on the cop genre
Famous teen girl detective gets dumb film
Woody Harrelson and Juliette Lewis are...
'Unofficial' Bond is a remake of Thunderball
Chase across US ends at Mount Rushmore
Comedy shares title with kids TV channel
Cult animated flick set in Halloweentown
False advertising; it actually does end
Year & Genre(s)
Cubicle drones revolt against company
Its plot and its anagram are 'Rocket Boys'
Brando could have been a contendah
The most ludicrously-titled Bond flick
2008: Soap Opera
Natalie Portman and Scarlet Johansson vie for hunky King Henry VIII
The last man on earth is Charlton Heston
Irish street musican falls for Czech pianist
Woods animals revolt against development
Robin Williams as sinister pic developer
Icy drama by Redford beat Raging Bull for Best Picture. Some people are still mad
Meryl Streep leaves the Dark Continent
Two scuba divers become shark food
Stiff adaptation of classic Hemingway novel with Spencer Tracy as a Cuban
Film version of mid-90s deadly virus panic
Gere sweeps Debra Winger off her feet
Peppy musical named for the 46th state
J-Lo, George Clooney are way hot together
Small town man's past catches up to him
A swansong for Fonda and Hepburn
Williams, Travolta lose last bits of dignity
Naming the Satanic kid 'Damien' was a bit of an obvious move by the screenwriters
Jack Nicholson stirs up a loony bin
The comedic saga of a Mormon porn star
Seagal takes on evil polluters, the world
Ghostly-pale Nicole Kidman in ghost story
When Coppola's career went in the tank
George Clooney + posse rob Vegas casino
Farrell & Vaughn make their own fraternity
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Mar 24th, 2010 at 12:46 GMT
A couple of these I've never heard of, but again a good quiz. I suspect, however, there may be a typo in the last N answer, otherwise for 1943:Fantasy the filmakers were way ahead of their time!
Mar 24th, 2010 at 12:51 GMT
@DarkPhalanx: forgot to ask what are you going to do for Q Movies? At best I can think of five!
Mar 24th, 2010 at 13:17 GMT
Thanks for spotting that goof for the final "N" I appreciate it. I unfortunately haven't decided what to do with Q. Maybe Q, X, and Z?
Mar 24th, 2010 at 14:40 GMT
I don't think Clooney was in the 1966 version
Mar 24th, 2010 at 14:47 GMT
Shoot I changed the clue from something else and forgot to edit the year. Good spot Rondo
Mar 24th, 2010 at 17:43 GMT
way to go, DarkP... finally got the A's published!! congrats, and keep up the good work. I think combining Q, X and Z is a great idea. And by the way, "Manifestation of evil with bad haircut..." is absolutely classic. Well done, sir.
Jun 2nd, 2010 at 22:21 GMT
On a technicality, "Tim Burton's The Nightmare Before Christmas" begins with a "T". That is the official name of the movie.
Aug 29th, 2010 at 08:52 GMT
I can think of a few others, Ninotchka, Othello come to mind. But good quiz.
Aug 30th, 2010 at 22:32 GMT
@TheLuggage: technically "Blankety Blank's" is never counted in a film's title. Look up The Nightmare Before Christmas or The Rainmaker on IMDB/Allmovie: they don't count the name prefix.
Feb 24th, 2011 at 00:30 GMT
I thought Coppola's career tanked with One from the Heart (1982), which could also work here
May 17th, 2011 at 17:29 GMT
I would have gotten Nosferatu if you mentioned that it was a seasonal beer from Great Lakes Brewing Company.
Jun 8th, 2011 at 18:46 GMT
You might want to change the hint for octopussy, I thought it was "of her majesty's secret service"
Feb 22nd, 2013 at 02:08 GMT
Love the clue for Napoleon Dynamite!
Feb 22nd, 2013 at 19:10 GMT
Maybe 'Oliver!' as a possible suggestion, though perhaps the clue you'd end up giving for that would be too obvious.
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