Movies Set in London

Based on a summary, try to name these movies that took place in London.
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Last updated: November 6, 2016
First submittedJune 10, 2013
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Flying nanny delights children
Mary Poppins
Cruel woman wants to turn puppies into fur coats
One Hundred and One
In the future, people in Guy Fawkes masks stand up against totalitarian government
V for Vendetta
Pickpockets and orphans sing songs
A man awakens from a coma to find Britain devastated by a zombie virus
28 Days Later
Shallow man pretends to be a father to meet women, but eventually becomes
a father figure to a twelve year old boy
About a Boy
Two London girls from different backgrounds win soccer scholarships
to an American college
Bend It Like Beckham
Everyone finds love at Christmastime, even the Prime Minister
Love Actually
Ambassador adopts a nanny-killing devil child named Damien
The Omen
Diction coach must help a stammering monarch
The King's Speech
Elocution instructor teaches a lower class girl to speak the Queen's English
My Fair Lady
Slightly overweight woman keeps a journal and has dating adventures
Bridget Jones's Diary
In the future, women cannot get pregnant
Children of Men
In the future, ultraviolent droogs drink milk, commit crimes,
and listen to Ludwig Van
A Clockwork Orange
British girl group has to get to their gig at Albert Hall
Spice World
Brilliant, eccentric detective must stop the evil Lord Blackwood
Sherlock Holmes
Musical barber kills his customers and turns them into meat pies
Sweeney Todd: The Demon
Barber of Fleet Street
Rival magicians experiment with teleportation
The Prestige
Level 75
Jul 26, 2013
This is a very good quiz because you didn't only use 'obivous' answers (like a James Bond movie) and the descriptions are very precise.
Level 62
Jul 26, 2013
OMG I love "Love Actually." One of my all-time favorite movies!!
Level 65
Jul 26, 2013
We need more
Level 40
Jul 27, 2013
Only 31% for Children of Men? It's the best film on the list.
Level 50
Feb 24, 2021
I was about to comment on how the best film on the list is also the least guessed!! Would strongly recommend to anyone who's not seen it.
Level 69
Feb 25, 2021
The Prestige and Children of men are the least guessed, but the best movies on this list.
Level 81
Oct 30, 2014
Spice Girls - The movie. Why couldn't they name it something memorable?
Level 59
Jan 20, 2016
Another good London movie is Sliding Doors. Gwyneth Paltrow as the lead, it tells two parallel universe stories for her future, depending on whether she catches or misses a train.
Level 60
Feb 24, 2021
Gwyneth Paltrow is a bane of society.
Level 81
Nov 6, 2016
Please add An American Werewolf in London. It's a guilty pleasure.
Level 72
Dec 27, 2017
Ooo, that's a CLASSIC!
Level 42
Nov 6, 2016
I kind of missed notting hill!! Great movie
Level 45
Nov 6, 2016
Level 64
Nov 8, 2016
Ugh, why do Germans have to rephrase some English movie titles without a reason? The movie about the soccer playing girls starts with the word "Kick..." in the "German" title which is still in English but different.
Level 28
Mar 29, 2017
Why not Harry Potter!!!???????
Level 70
Dec 4, 2017
Because very little of the movies take place in London? I mean, it's pretty much just scenes in Diagon Alley, Kings Cross Station, and the Ministry of Magic, right? For the most part, the movies are "set" in Scotland, because that's where Hogwarts is.
Level 74
Feb 12, 2018
From Hell would have been a good pick, no ?
Level 51
Jan 12, 2019
Could also put Snatch, Lock stock, Layer Cake or Flushed Away.
Level 69
Feb 24, 2021
I can't believe so few got A Clockwork Orange. I could've gotten that from just "ultraviolent" or "droogs" alone, and maybe even just from "drink milk," especially if paired with the clue about it being in the future.
Level 73
Feb 24, 2021
Why are so many of these in the future?
Level 46
Feb 24, 2021
Easy, got them all.
Level 59
Feb 26, 2021
Green Street would have been nice! "I'm forever blowing bubbles"
Level 70
Feb 26, 2021
A really great film showing lots of London especially along the Thames embankments, buskers etc. is "Last Chance Harvey", stars Emma Thompson and Dustin Hoffman.