You mean like “Men in Black” (and its two sequels)? “Back to the Future”? “How to Train Your Dragon”? “Ice Age”? “Jumanji”? “Airplane!”? “Monty Python and the Holy Grail”? “The Life of Brian”? “The French Connection”? “The Italian Job”? “The Terminator”?
These are the movies I have on my computer or thought of that do not have the letter “S” in their title. I am sure there are others, though.
Gigli….not that anyone ever saw it.
Gone With the Wind
Terminator, Argo, The Matrix, The Hangover and Iron Man just to name a few.
Big — bah — keeps telling me my comment is too short, so here…
Ben Hur! There’s probaby tons of s-less movies.
Titanic, True Grit, Identity Thief, there is lots…
40 Year Old Virgin
Wizard of Oz, Memento, Raging Bull…is this a trick question?
Godzilla, anyone? Wizard of Oz? Gone with the Wind?
I’m having trouble thinking of one that does contain an ‘s’.
The first few I thought of were: “The Princess Bride”, “Miss Congeniality”, “Le voyage dans la lune”, and “Nosferatu”
Congratulations, you failed the test…
I was responding to Tom having an issue with thinking of a film with an “S” in its title; see my first reply (way up top – FIRST!) with some films without “S” in their titles.
diehard, rocky, rambo…this is too easy
Tora Tora Tora, Marty, Runaway Bride, Airport, Gladiator, The Matrix, Fahrenheit 451, Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon, Avatar, The Dark Knight, Finding Nemo, Annie Get Your Gun, Attack of the Fifty-Foot Woman…
Duel, Alien, Honey I Blew Up the Kid, Cinderella, Pinocchio, Coach, Gili, Hondo,
The Dark Knight
Flight with Denzel Washington (Damn you “comment too short”!!)
“Change of Habit” (1969) Starring Elvis Presley and Mary Tyler Moore
Dirty Dancing, Top Gun
Catch Me If You Can
Looper, Alien, Platoon, JFK……..etc
Think about it, every movie has an “s” in it
Strange, but there was no mention of movie “title” that didn’t have an “S” in it.
I just assumed it meant title. It’s not a trick question. I just thought it was interesting.
One of my all time favorites – Pulp Fiction
Okay, let’s revisit this one. A movie without the letter ‘s’ in it. Let’s take ‘in’ as the operative word, meaning: the letter ‘s’ never appears in the screenplay, no actor utters the sibilant sound.
Still rather easy: any silent film (without the captions).
I’m glad you posted this because that’s the first thing I thought… I guess I’m used to looking for the ‘trick’ answer first — not sure what it means to be that skeptical of questions
“Citizen Kane” (who knows movies and does NOT think of that one?!)
“The Godfather”, “The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo”
“Twilight”, “Brazil”, “Twilight Zone, The Movie”, “Robocop”, “Crocodile Dundee”, “The Blob”, “Batman”, “X-Men”, “Fight Club” (but not talking about it), “Inception”, “Repo Man”, “Repo Men”, “Vertigo”, “WALL-E”, “Marnie”, “To Catch a Thief”, “Fenzy”, ” Full Metal Jacket”, “The Godfather Part II”, ” A Clockwork Orange”, “The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari”… I could do this all day.
In that case it would be Mel Brooks Silent Movie. The only word, NO!
Mel Brooks ‘S’ilent Movie looses on the title even if only word is “NO”
Fatal Attraction,My big fat Greek wedding,Candy,Gone with the wind and my all time favorite Bad boy Bubby.
hud and return of the jedi
12 Angry Men
The Number 23
The Lion King
The Little Mermaid
Black Hawk Down
The Italian Job
My son had this on his facebook page today, I have no idea what kind of deal this was supposed to be, seems to easy.
not sure if being trolled…
OK, here’s an easy one: Name a movie that doesn’t have any vowels in the title. GO!
“10″, starring Bo Derrick, 1979.
xXx, starring Vin Diesel, 2002.
D, to be in theaters in 2014.
1492, starring Gerard DePardieu, 1992. (sort of…)
G, 2002, starred by Richard T Jones.
And several other movies named only with a consonatt: F, H and others.
2001: A Pace Odyey
I was thinking of Piderman, Uperman, Tar War, and Tar Trek.
Armageddon, Batman, American Pie, IT, Pi…. there are quite a few!
Willow. tooooo shoooooort.
Since the post says name “a” movie, I just give you one name. But be assured there are a plenty!
Lincoln. Emma, The Hobbit, Over Board (my guilty pleasure).
View From The Top; awesome comedy starring Gwenyth Paltrow and Christina Applegate.
Gone with the WinD!!:))
Star Wars (not sure)
Titanic, Alice in Wonderland, Wizard of Oz, The Hangover, Men in Black, Movie 42, Mama, Don’t Be Afraid of the Dark, Identity Theft, Twilight, Red Dawn, Ted, Taken, Finding Nemo, Toy Story, The Lorax, Coraline, Dolphin Tale, Waiting, Paranormal Activity, Machete Kills, Diehard, The Ring, The Avengers… Must I go on?