Movies that Start with I

Based on the descriptions, name these movies that start with the letter I.
Ignoring "the"
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Last updated: September 17, 2019
First submittedJanuary 29, 2014
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Description
Movie
Genius playboy billionaire invents a weaponized body suit
Iron Man
Dream technician goes into dream land to steal information but maybe gets stuck there
Inception
Fedora-wearing archeologists must stop the Nazis from obtaining a holy relic
Indiana Jones and the
Last Crusade
Aliens easily destroy most of the Earth's major cities, but are somehow defeated
by fighter pilots and a computer hacker
Independence Day
Sabre-tooth squirrel and pals migrate south to find warmer weather
Ice Age
A preeteen girl has a brain controlled by five emotions: joy, sadness, anger,
fear, and disgust
Inside Out
Alien pod people hijack human bodies
Invasion of the
Body Snatchers
Corrupt billionaire offers a couple $1,000,000 for a single night of passion with the wife
Indecent Proposal
After five hundred years of evolution, everyone on the planet is a complete moron
Idiocracy
Town is tormented by an evil spirit that takes the form of a clown
It
Astronauts must travel through a worm hole to find a new home for mankind
Interstellar
Teenagers run over a man in their car and dump him in the ocean -
but someone was watching
I Know What You Did
Last Summer
Last uninfected person in New York City must find a cure for the vampire virus
I Am Legend
Family of superheroes must live as regular schmucks until they are
called upon to stop a villain
Incredibles, the
Team of American Nazi hunters plot to kill Hitler at a French movie theater
Inglourious Basterds
Giant alien robot befriends boy in small town Maine
Iron Giant, the
President inspires rugby team to win the big game and heal a nation
Invictus
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Level 81
Jun 21, 2014
I wish ID4 was accepted for Independence Day on all quizzes. I keep trying it hoping it will be.
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Level 72
Jan 20, 2016
it is now...I just tried it.
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Level 81
Oct 11, 2016
yes! I always try it first.
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Level 83
Sep 22, 2019
How does the 4 come into play?
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Level 81
Sep 25, 2019
July 4th I guess. That's just what the kept calling it during all the marketing. It was released in the United States on Independence Day - 4th of July.
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Level 84
Jun 25, 2014
Ack, put "I SAW what you did last summer" and "I Legend" (got confused obviously with I Robot)
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Level 78
Mar 13, 2015
Don't feel too badly. I put, "I Saw What You Did Last Week."
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Level 86
Jan 14, 2016
Yeah, disappointed in myself for thinking it was "I Heard What You Did Last Sunday".
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Level 82
Sep 19, 2019
I tried, "I am Aware of What You Did Last October."
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Level 83
Sep 22, 2019
I put I Know What You Wore Last Night. Whoops. Wrong type of movie.
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Level 21
Sep 14, 2016
Cool Quiz!
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Level 46
Oct 11, 2016
What? No love for bad movies like Ishtar or Inchon?
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Level 34
Oct 12, 2016
No
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Level 83
Sep 28, 2019
I filled in Insomnia and I, Robot automatically but they were missing.
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Level 89
Sep 17, 2019
I think that you should remove either 'It' or 'Italian Job' (or at least put 'Italian Job' further down the list after 'It') as I got 'It' by typing 'Italian Job' (although I only noticed when I was left with 'alian job')...
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Level ∞
Sep 17, 2019
Replaced The Italian Job with Inside Out.
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Level 81
Sep 17, 2019
I'd be interested to know the logic behind accepting shortened titles. Curious as to why "Inglorious" was accepted without "Basterds".
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Level 81
Sep 19, 2019
Basterds is spelled weird, and it's obvious if you type "Inglorious" that you know the answer.
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Level 72
Sep 25, 2019
Except that "inglourious" is also spelled weird in the title. So if inglorious is accepted, then so should Bastards be. Anyway, the spelling has rarely been a reason to shorten a title or word to such a degree (except perhaps for Tut for Tutankhamun).
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Level 67
Apr 19, 2020
Quite often I have seen the second (half) of a word being left out, so I really wouldnt say rarely.

But yea I would just opt for accepting both ways of spelling instead of omitting the entire word. It is not a huge title

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Level 72
Sep 21, 2019
You forgot “philanthropist” for Iron Man! And the order is “Genius, billionaire, playboy, philanthropist”. 😁

(Edited because I got the order wrong the first time. SHAME ON ME! I should have my fangirl card suspended.)

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Level 75
Sep 21, 2019
I am Legend can't be considered a vampire film. Can you remove that clue? It completely threw me off.
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Level 64
Jan 21, 2020
The infected are blood-sucking, pale-skinned and nocturnal mutated humans that come out after dark. What would you call that?
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Level 84
Apr 19, 2020
I thought it was a zombie movie for the longest time until I actually watched it and learned that the monsters are definitely not zombies. Vampire is a better way to describe them
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Level 65
Apr 19, 2020
Read the book, similar to zombies but definitely vampires.
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Level 59
Feb 23, 2020
you should add Interview with the Vampire
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Level 81
Apr 19, 2020
Add Insomnia and you could increase your Nolan content by 50%
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Level 56
Jul 13, 2020
The clue for Inside Out is slightly incorrect - Riley is 11 years old, so not a teenager.
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Level ∞
Jul 13, 2020
Ok, fixed