First Name Movie Titles

Can you guess these movie titles that are simply a person's first name?
All the answers are just one word in length
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Last updated: January 30, 2020
First submittedAugust 9, 2012
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Description
Movie
Biopic about the life of Ray Charles
Ray
A man is best friends with his childhood teddy bear, who has come to life
Ted
It's a hard knock life for this redheaded oprhan
Annie
Cate Blanchett is the Queen of England
Elizabeth
Yo, Adrian! I punched that guy's face in real good.
Rocky
Norse God must regain his mojo after being banished to Earth
Thor
They picked the WRONG girl to spill pig's blood on at the prom
Carrie
Cultural learnings of America for make benefit glorious nation of Kazakhstan
Borat
Musical version of a Charles Dickens novel
Oliver!
Colin Farrell brings his considerable acting talents to this film about a Greek conqueror
Alexander
Biopic about a Mexican painter with a famous unibrow
Frida
Thanks to a miracle drug, a young woman can use more than 10% of her brain, giving her
incredible physical and mental abilities
Lucy
Mischievous Parisian woman secretly improves the lives of those around her
Amélie
Genius girl uses telekinesis to defeat evil principal
Matilda
Undersized Notre Dame student wants to be a football star
Rudy
Implausibly, a 1958 Plymouth Fury is not only able to drive itself but is also totally evil
Christine
Movie based on a controversial Nabokov book
Lolita
Presidential look-alike accidentally becomes the real President
Dave
Family is haunted by a possessed porcelain doll, who is definitely not to be
confused with "Chucky"
Annabelle
Young Mexican boy is transported into the land of the dead when he strums a guitar
Coco
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Level 80
Oct 22, 2014
Got them all but took me a while to remember the presidential look-alike movie. Guess I wasn't the only one almost stumped on that one.
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Level 53
Jul 13, 2015
I'm kicking myself because I would have gotten it, but somehow missed reading the description. That used to be my favorite movie.
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Level 78
Oct 19, 2016
I could see the characters in my mind and I knew it was a four-letter name, but I just couldn't get it. I was trying all sorts of four-letter men's names - Carl, John, etc. Another twenty or thirty minutes and I might have gotten it. :)
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Level 70
Nov 15, 2016
One of my favourite movies ..... tomorrow, tomorrow there's always tomorrow.
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Level 81
Jul 17, 2018
That's the one I thought of as soon as I saw the quiz title. Kevin Kline had his good moments, but I was hoping that movie had been forgotten.
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Level 48
Oct 22, 2014
I think maybe the official (translated) title is "The Fabulous Destiny of Amelie Poulain" *ducks*
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Level 58
Oct 22, 2014
What's with all the eponymous women with telekinetic powers?
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Level 67
Apr 15, 2020
which others are there?
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Level 40
Oct 22, 2014
*orphan
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Level 59
Mar 2, 2016
Sorry to sound snarky, but is the best description of Frida Kahlo, with all she suffered and achieved, have to include the word 'unibrow'??
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Level 50
Nov 15, 2016
Sure helped me with the answer.
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Level 52
Oct 31, 2017
Steel rod in back, or literal monkeys on her back be better?
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Level 81
Jul 17, 2018
No, if you've seen portraits of her, there is a lot more hair than that.
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Level 80
Apr 15, 2020
Like it or not it's what she is best known for.
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Level 67
Apr 15, 2020
It is a quiz and often the clues are well what they are, clues to get the answer, not a most accurately and complete description of something.

In this case it might have been the only clue that would have allowed me to get it.

It is a similar thing when you talk about someone in your class, to family or friends or something, and they don;t know who you mean. And you answer the tall guy. Immediately they know who you mean, that does not mean that is all there is to that person, there might be lots of interesting things about him

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If the description was "person who suffered and achieved a lot", I doubt even 1% would get it, there are endless possibilities. Even if you would add "artist"chances are slim

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Level 83
Nov 17, 2016
I guess Scrooge isn't a musical. :-)
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Level 67
Dec 8, 2018
It's also not the character's first name!
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Level 77
Jan 30, 2020
Depends
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Level 67
Apr 15, 2020
Not. . . really? The character's name is Ebenezer Scrooge. Even in "Mickey's Christmas Carol" where he's "played" by Scrooge McDuck (in the same way that Bob Cratchit is "played" by Mickey Mouse), the character is still Ebenezer Scrooge. What version of A Christmas Carol are you thinking of, where his first name is Scrooge?
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Level 81
Jul 17, 2018
Shouldn't the answer be Rudy...Rudy...Rudy...?
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Level 81
Jul 17, 2018
God, I hate that movie.
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Level 56
Nov 21, 2018
Good quiz! I thought for sure you would have the 1955 Oscar winner "Marty" in here.
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Level 78
Jan 30, 2020
I was sure Hugo would be on here. It is another one that one that could be included in a second version. I also thought of Harvey, but since he was an invisible rabbit not sure if that would fit the parameters. Does the title have to be one of the character's names, or would any first name work?
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Level 66
Apr 15, 2020
I first thought that Kenny would be in this quiz, brilliant movie
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Level 78
Apr 15, 2020
Alfred Hitchock's Marnie and Jane Austen's Emma are two more that just came to mind.
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Level 71
May 18, 2019
Should’ve known Amelie. For some reason I remembered it taking place in Montreal.
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Level 85
Jan 30, 2020
Not to quibble, but Lolita wasn't the character's first name. It was Dolores. If you need a replacement, the 1955 Oscar Best Picture starring Ernest Borgnine would work.
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Level 71
Jan 31, 2020
I can't believe I missed Annabelle -- one of my favorite movie series.
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Level 83
Apr 15, 2020
Just the spinoff series or the Conjuring universe as a whole? Because there's only a few movies in that universe that I enjoy.
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Level 73
Jan 31, 2020
Well, completely forgot three movies that I've seen... remembered the first letter but that's about it ... Madeline? No... C-.... something... L... Lisa? Laura?

Must be getting old.
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Level 76
Apr 15, 2020
Biopic about the life of Ray Charles? Really!? LOL . And as of right now, only 93% of people have gotten it right!
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Level 59
Apr 19, 2020
I was thinking the same thing lol. 7% of people could not deduce from "Ray Charles" that the first name is Ray?
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Level 65
Apr 15, 2020
There are probably a lot of movies that would fit in this category, but Emma (Jane Austen) was another one that came to mind.