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Movie Title Antonyms #2

Guess these movie titles, where most of the words have been replaced by their antonyms.
Some questions from kalbahamut, Wassboss8, and far9
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First submittedNovember 4, 2014
Last updatedDecember 11, 2016
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Antonyms
Movie Title
The Slow and the Calm
The Fast and the Furious
The Day of the Dying Living
The Night of the Living Dead
Hot Walkings
Cool Runnings
Thawed
Frozen
Many Bad Women
A Few Good Men
Ambiguous and Distant Safety
Clear and Present Danger
Celibacy and the Countryside
Sex and the City
Partial Forgetfullness
Total Recall
Prey
Predator
Here Boy
Gone Girl
Given
Taken
Weightlessness
Gravity
Antonyms
Movie Title
Arachnophilia
Arachnophobia
It's a Horrible Death
It's a Wonderful Life
Sane, Intelligent, Hate
Crazy, Stupid, Love
Humility and Impartiality
Pride and Prejudice
The Equatorial Local
The Polar Express
White Dove Up
Black Hawk Down
Demons in the Infield
Angels in the Outfield
Construction Woman
Demolition Man
First Idleness Villain
Last Action Hero
Ugly Man
Pretty Woman
Survivable Repulsion
Fatal Attraction
Your Unjust Lord
My Fair Lady
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level 72
Nov 5, 2014
Someone should send these title ideas to Hollywood
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level 76
Nov 7, 2014
Good quiz, couple of questions. How is a dove the opposite of a hawk. Also, can someone explain the express vs. local antonym? I got the answer because there are only so many movies with polar in the title.
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level 72
Nov 11, 2014
Dove vs. hawk= peacenik vs. warmonger Local and express are different types of buses or trains- local makes all stops, express skips stops to go to a further destination
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level 75
Jun 10, 2017
I never thought about it before, but are hawk and dove limited to US politics (you hear them most often in labeling of politicians and military officers) or are they used in other countries, too?
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level 78
Jul 20, 2018
I have heard it applied to politics in the UK also - especially Chamberlain vs Churchill and have also heard Margaret Thatcher described as hawkish in regards to the Falklands Conflict. I don't know if it applies in any other countries.
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level 50
Apr 5, 2018
Think of express post vs. local post.
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level 6
Jan 30, 2015
Great Quiz
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level 68
May 2, 2019
Yes this was fun.
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level 66
Jan 30, 2015
may I suggest warm walkings.
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level 73
Jan 21, 2017
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level 78
Jun 10, 2017
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level 47
Jul 17, 2017
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level 74
Jan 30, 2015
"It's a Horrible Death" would be a great Existential sequel to "It's a Wonderful Life" Werner Herzog could make it.
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level 65
Jun 10, 2017
Except the true antonym would be It ISN'T a Horrible Death
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level 68
May 2, 2019
Unless there's an antonym for "it". Then I don't know what it would be.
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level 75
Jan 30, 2015
Can't believe I missed Pride and Prejudice, my favorite book and movie. I got caught up thinking the opposite of humility and impartiality were arrogance and bias, and I couldn't come up with any movies with those in the title.
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level 79
Jan 30, 2015
I had "Partial Forgetfulness" until about 8 seconds left, then I had "_____ ______"!
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level 35
Feb 7, 2015
I got some and I click give up. While it wsa loading, angels of the outfield popped into my mind. I was like,"Oh dagnabbit!' Also you have the word 'the' twice.
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level 61
Dec 24, 2015
"Local" as an antonym for "express" is a bit unfair. I was stuck on thinking "tourist" or "foreigner". Not all places use those two words for public transport. You can very easily have an express bus that still only travels locally.
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level 66
Jun 10, 2017
I agree. Express indicates a speedy service, but it doesn't necessarily mean the opposite of local.
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level 64
Oct 6, 2016
I could not get past "the quick and the dead" for the first one, and fell into the five percent who didn't get it. Sigh.
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level 66
Jun 10, 2017
Is Ășnjust' really an antonym of 'fair' when the intention of the word is 'beautiful'?
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level 60
Jun 10, 2017
Clever.
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level 61
Jun 10, 2017
I spent forever trying to figure out a movie title with "peasant" or "servant" in it. Never once thought "lady" would be the opposite. Oops.
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level 76
Jun 10, 2017
Sometimes these can be a bit confusing when words have multiple meanings. And sometimes the "opposites" here are really opposites of words that are spelled the same but mean something different. For example the "Fair" in "My Fair Lady" does not mean "just." A better antonym would be.. dark or ugly.
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level 75
Jun 10, 2017
How is few the opposite of many? Both mean "multiple". Single is the opposite of multiple, so shouldn't it be "One Bad Woman"?
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level 76
Jun 10, 2017
A few means a small number. Many means a large number. Solitary is indeed an opposite for multiple, but "few" and "many" do not really mean multiple. They have more specific connotations.
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level 44
Jul 9, 2017
The Polar Express! I kept coming up with things like "The Polar Tourist" or "The Longitudinal Foreigner," hoping they were just movies I'd never heard of lmao.
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level 64
Dec 7, 2017
Kudos to the Quizmaster. The "The Equatorial Local" clue was so good, I managed to name the movie I'd never heard of.
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level 50
Jun 19, 2018
"Your Unjust Gentlemen" perhaps?
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