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Topic: movies /with numbers in the title
Message: Posted by: vinsmagic (Mar 3, 2003 01:54PM)
Can any one name movies with numbers in the titles? I'll start off with two.
(101 Dalmations), and (2001 Space Odyssey).

Message: Posted by: hkwiles (Mar 3, 2003 02:09PM)
" 10 "

Message: Posted by: Cheshire Cat (Mar 3, 2003 02:17PM)
"The 39 Steps" (made twice, first very old b/w one terrific), "The Third Man" (Harry Lime - you know that theme tune - "la de da de da - de da!") - but does the word count rather than the number? "Sergeants Three" (Frank Sinatra-Sammy Davis Jnr.-Dean Martin). "55 Days in Peking" (good yarn about small multinational force holding out against the Boxer uprising in China). :)
Message: Posted by: ChrisZampese (Mar 3, 2003 03:21PM)
Rambo 2,3,4,5,6..... OK sorry.

How about "One (1) Flew Over the Cuckoos Nest?" (Ok, sorry again!)

There is a movie called Pi (dont know if that counts)...
Message: Posted by: Margarette (Mar 3, 2003 03:33PM)
The Big Red One
MewTwo Returns
K-9 Widowmaker
Dirty Dozen (does that count)
13 Ghosts of Scooby Doo
1 Million B.C

All I can think of right now.

Message: Posted by: Peedlkyle (Mar 3, 2003 04:36PM)
40 Days and 40 Nights
6 Days, 7 Nights
Air Force One
Message: Posted by: Reg Rozee (Mar 3, 2003 04:39PM)
"One", "8 1/2", "20,000 Leagues under the Sea", "2010", "Sixteen Candles", "How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days", "The Two Towers", "12 Angry Men", "28 Days", "2 If by Sea", "12:01" (okay, that's a time), "The Taking of Pelham, One, Two, Three", "The Man with Two Brains", "Three Men and a Baby", "Highway 61"...umm, Ok I'm stuck.

-bigwolf {*}
Message: Posted by: marko (Mar 3, 2003 05:08PM)
9 1/2 Weeks ;)

I'm so glad someone mentioned "8 1/2".
Message: Posted by: Ellen Kotzin (Mar 3, 2003 05:26PM)
Round the world in 80 days,History of the world part 2, 4 days 4 nights,
Of course Jaws 1,2,3 Rocky 1,2,3,4,
Lethal Weapon 1,2,3,4 many more movie sequels

I'm happy you mentioned 9 1/2 weeks!!! A highschool favorite.

Message: Posted by: Brian Proctor (Mar 3, 2003 05:52PM)
Star Trek 1-6
Message: Posted by: vinsmagic (Mar 3, 2003 07:25PM)
Two more come to mind
Magnificant seven
Plan 9 from Outer Space
Message: Posted by: Scott Cram (Mar 3, 2003 08:39PM)
Leonard, Part 6 (There was no 1-5)
History of the World, Part I
Seven Voyages of Sinbad
Jaws 3-D

How about some current and upcoming movies?
How to Lose a Guy in 10 days
Two Weeks' Notice
Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers
28 Days Later
2 Fast 2 Furious
House of 1000 corpses
25th hours
Cradle 2 The Grave
Message: Posted by: Ellen Kotzin (Mar 4, 2003 10:28AM)
6 degrees of separation

Message: Posted by: Peedlkyle (Mar 4, 2003 12:20PM)
8 Mile
Message: Posted by: RiffClown (Mar 4, 2003 12:30PM)
Message: Posted by: vinsmagic (Mar 4, 2003 01:39PM)
Here's a couple more:
Three Musketeers
The Man With a 1000 Faces, staring Lon Chaney
(for those too young to know).

Message: Posted by: Marduke Kurios (Mar 4, 2003 03:01PM)
Zero Effect. :rotf:
Message: Posted by: vinsmagic (Mar 4, 2003 04:48PM)
How about this old movie they made a remake of called "Four Feathers"?
Message: Posted by: GlenD (Mar 4, 2003 05:33PM)
Passenger 57, 13 Ghosts, Snow White and the 7 Dwarfs, Session 9, Series 7, 15 Minutes...
that's all i can come up with right now
Fun topic and quistion !

Message: Posted by: GlenD (Mar 4, 2003 05:47PM)
Got a few more, couldn't get my mind off this silly topic...
Miracle on 34th St.
Apollo 13
10 to Midnight
12 Monkeys
Death Race 2000
Ok, that's all for now. Remember David Carradine as Frankenstein ? Awesome. :pirate:

Message: Posted by: HiveMind (Mar 4, 2003 05:52PM)
9th gate
9 mm
13th warrior
13th floor
Jason X
Message: Posted by: vinsmagic (Mar 4, 2003 08:36PM)
12 O'clock High starring John Wayne
One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest
30 Seconds Over Tokyo
Ali Baba and the 40 Thieves
Message: Posted by: MarkFarrar (Mar 5, 2003 03:32PM)
- Oceans Eleven
- Around The World In Eighty Days
- The Third Man
Message: Posted by: Night_Crawler (Mar 5, 2003 04:08PM)
How about....The Fifth Element...The Sixth Sense...102 Dalmations (the second non-animated movie)

Message: Posted by: Payne (Mar 5, 2003 04:10PM)
Robin and the Seven Hoods (1964)
42nd Street (1933)
The Seven Samurai (1954)
5000 Fingers of Dr. T (1952)
7 Faces of Dr. Lao (1963)
The Thing with Two Heads (1972)
20 Million Miles to Earth (1957)
The Three Faces of Eve (1957)
5 million Years to Earth (1967)
Hanger 18 (1980)
8 heads in a duffle bag (1997)
Born on the 4th of July (1989)
X Men (It's a number if you're using Roman Numerals)
Message: Posted by: ChrisZampese (Mar 5, 2003 04:31PM)
Message: Posted by: gtxby33 (Mar 5, 2003 11:02PM)
On 2003-03-05 17:10, Payne wrote:8 heads in a duffle bag (1997)

BAH! I was going to say 8 heads in a duffel bag!


P.S. Wasn't that a weird movie?
Message: Posted by: Peter Marucci (Mar 6, 2003 04:54AM)
Two for the Seesaw
The Third Man
The Four Horsemen
The Fifth Element
The Sixth Sense
The Magnificent Seven
8 1/2
Plan 9 From Outer Space
. . . and about a jillion more after that, most of which have already been mentioned.
Message: Posted by: GlenD (Mar 6, 2003 08:40AM)
Just checking this again and i notcied no one mentioned Fahrenheit 451... Great book and not a bad movie either.

Message: Posted by: vinsmagic (Mar 6, 2003 11:52AM)
I'm not sure if these count.
High Noon starring Gary Cooper,
Seventh Cross starring Spencer Tracy,
and finally The Tres Amigos.
Message: Posted by: Night_Crawler (Mar 6, 2003 08:07PM)
How about...Nine Months, Eight Men Out, Murder at 1600, She's the One, 100 Cigarettes, Sixteen Candles, 28 days, Gone in 60 Seconds, 48 Hours, Halloween H2O, Three Men and a Baby, Three Men And a Little Lady. I hope I didn't repeat any :hmm:. Talk to you later.
Message: Posted by: Liquid B (Mar 7, 2003 11:34PM)
What about our favourite secret agent series, 007?

And, I think, back in the 80's there was a film called 'Less Than Zero'.

Oh wait, did anyone mention Seven Brides for Seven Brothers?

Or what about 'Murder by Numbers'.

Liquid B

This post is gonna keep me up all night. I just know it. :confused:
Message: Posted by: Night_Crawler (Mar 8, 2003 02:39PM)
I've got one more: 24 Hour Party People. :D

Message: Posted by: RiffClown (Mar 9, 2003 01:04PM)
Star Wars: Episode 1
Star Wars: Episode 2
Friday the 13th (parts 1-1100)
Scary Movie 2
Lethal Weapon 1, 2 & 3
and every other sequel known to humankind.
Message: Posted by: vinsmagic (Mar 9, 2003 05:42PM)
Hey Ice Raven you're from PA; let's hear from you.
Ok here's another list:
"The Beast With Five Fingers " starring Peter Lorre.
The Seven Year Itch " starring Tony Curtis and Jack Lemon.
Message: Posted by: ChrisZampese (Mar 9, 2003 06:32PM)
Lock stock and two smoking barrels
twelve angry men
Maginficent Seven
The 3 ninjas
6th sense
Message: Posted by: Kathryn Novak (Mar 9, 2003 06:55PM)
Of movies?
Well, I can think of a couple that already exist, and some upcoming ones.

Here they are, in random order:
X-men 2
Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers
The Matrix 2: Reloaded
The Jungle Book 2 (I saw it with my youngest sister).

I apologize if some or all of them have been mentioned. :)
Message: Posted by: M. Perk (Mar 9, 2003 09:52PM)
Stalag 17
Message: Posted by: vinsmagic (Mar 9, 2003 10:41PM)
Gone in 60 seconds
Three Little Pigs
Death Race 2000

Message: Posted by: Vaclav (Mar 31, 2003 06:09PM)
XXX with Vin Diesel :lol:
Message: Posted by: vinsmagic (Apr 2, 2003 10:34AM)
Here's a couple not mentioned:

The House On 92nd Street.

The Postman Only Rings Twice, starring John Garfield
Message: Posted by: Alex W. (Apr 4, 2003 06:51PM)
Here are a couple of sequels:

Naked Gun 2 1/2
Naked Gun 33 1/3
Message: Posted by: sourcerer (Apr 8, 2003 09:24AM)
Wasn't there a movie called 'The One'?

And ummm...Capricorn One....events lately in Iraq sure brought that one back to mind.

Kaj :o)
Message: Posted by: Mark Martinez (Apr 8, 2003 01:47PM)
2001: A Space Odyssey
Air Force One
Message: Posted by: Justin McWilliams (Apr 11, 2003 02:00PM)
Back to the future 2, 3
Robo Cop 2,3
the countless sequels to Jaws

I noticed everybody posted movies, yet never asked what this was for?
Why do you need movies with numbers?
Message: Posted by: Justin McWilliams (Apr 11, 2003 02:01PM)
Deuce Bigelow Male Gigolo (deuce means 2)
Hot Shots Part Deux
Ten, 007, Catch 22
Message: Posted by: hkwiles (Apr 11, 2003 02:35PM)
Sorry, someone's got to do it!

Rocky II
Rocky III
Rocky IV etc, etc


and the same goes for Karate Kid.
Message: Posted by: vinsmagic (Apr 11, 2003 03:19PM)
The Ten Commandments starring Charleston Heston.

The Man With One Red Shoe.