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Can you name the Movies, judging from these random facts?

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The banana-yellow suit that Jim Carrey wears is based on a suit which his mother made for him for his first attempt at stand-up comedy. (1994)
Of the now 11 films, this is the most expensive film of the series by far, at $150,000,000. The first movie in the series, released in 1979, had a budget of $46,000,000. (2009)
To achieve the sound of thousands of snakes slithering,the sound designer put his fingers into a cheese casserole. He also applied wet sponges to the rubber on a skateboard.(1981)
Director Oliver Stone makes a cameo in the assassination re-enactment, as the Secret Service agent who runs towards the back of the limo after the fatal headshot. (1991)
Peter Sellers was paid $1,000,000 for his work on the film (five-ninths of the film's budget). The director was quoted saying 'I got three for the price of six'. (1964)
This was the highest grossing Bond movie up until the release of GoldenEye. (1979)
All lines were improvised and nearly all the events in the film were unknown to the three actors beforehand, and were often on-camera surprises to them all. (1999)
John Goodman and Billy Crystal sometimes recorded their lines in the same room together, an unusual move for animated films, where actors more often work alone. (2001)
Charles Chaplin said that had he known the true extent of Nazi atrocities,he 'could not have made fun of their homicidal insanity'. Adolf Hitler banned the movie in Germany. (1940)
John Travolta ran two miles a day and danced for three hours daily to get in shape for this film. In the end, he dropped 20 pounds. (1977)
The Bride never actually says anything to Budd. (2004)
The evil, shoe-throwing henchman 'Random Task' is based on the character 'Oddjob' from the James Bond film Goldfinger. (1997)
To achieve the feeling of brotherhood between the two lead actors, Robert De Niro and Joe Pesci actually lived and trained with each other for some time before filming began.(1980)
When filming the scene with Newt in the duct, Carrie Henn kept deliberately blowing her scene so she could slide down the vent. James Cameron finally dissuaded her.(1986)
With its tiny budget,the prop department used the cheapest mask they found: a Captain Kirk mask. They later painted the face white,teased out the hair,and reshaped the eyes.(1978)
When Dante asks Randal whether he's ever thought about the fact that all prices always end in .99, most items behind them have a price that end in .95. (1994)
The scene at the beginning with Captain Willard alone in his hotel room was completely unscripted. Martin Sheen told the shooting crew to just let the cameras roll. (1979)
During the chase scene, when the antagonist takes over driving the semi after his driver is killed, you can clearly see the bullet holes on the windshield form a smiley face.(2008)
Ice Cube turned down the role of Bubba. Dave Chappelle also turned down the role of Bubba, thinking the movie would bomb and has since admitted to deeply regretting it. (1994)
Annie's outfits, which caused a brief fashion rage, were Diane Keaton's own clothes. (1977)

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