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Movies with Landforms in the Name

The missing words in these movie titles are landforms. Fill in the blanks.
Landforms include water!!
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First submittedAugust 17, 2012
Last updatedNovember 21, 2015
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Star
Movie
George Clooney
Ocean's Eleven
Julia Roberts
Notting Hill
Ben Affleck
Pearl Harbor
Clint Eastwood
High Plains Drifter
Brendan Fraser
George of the Jungle 
Tom Hanks
Joe vs. the Volcano
Heath Ledger
Brokeback Mountain
Leonardo DiCaprio
Shutter Island
Leonardo DiCaprio
The Beach
Robert De Niro
Cape Fear
Star
Movie
Jeff Goldblum
Jurassic Park
Chuck Norris
The Delta Force
Katharine Hepburn
On Golden Pond
Meryl Streep
The River Wild
Brooke Shields
Blue Lagoon
Wes Craven (director)
Swamp Thing
Harrison Ford
The Mosquito Coast 
Quentin Tarantino (director)
Reservoir Dogs
Lindsay Lohan
A Prairie Home Companion
Sylvester Stallone
Cliffhanger
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level 82
Nov 7, 2012
Perhaps this is nitpicking, but are oceans, rivers, ponds, lagoons, and reservoirs really considered *LAND*forms?
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level 34
Nov 7, 2012
It is not nitpicking, you are incorrect since landform elements include seascape, river and oceanic waterbody interface features
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level 35
Oct 27, 2013
I apparently cannot spell Reservoir
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level 55
May 1, 2014
I always get the obscure ones.
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level 37
Aug 25, 2015
Instead of having 2 Leo DiCaprio movies, why not change it to Nim's island.
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level 66
Nov 1, 2015
Because that movie was terrible.
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level 66
Apr 13, 2016
I think Leo is awesome, but the beach is hardly one of his best
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level 50
Apr 13, 2016
^^Agreed, I found it crazily weird.
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level 79
Jan 30, 2016
"Lake Placid" or "A Month by the Lake" perhaps
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level 75
Apr 13, 2016
Never heard of The Beach, but was lucky to get it while guessing random landforms.
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level 54
Apr 13, 2016
How about Forest Gump? (Yes, I know it is two "r"s
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level 78
Apr 13, 2016
If it's incorrectly spelled, I don't see the point in adding it.
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level 67
Apr 13, 2016
I am OK with most of these, because they reference landforms in one way or the other. There are two that don't seem to fit because of the origin of the term: Ocean's 11 refers to someone's last name, not the ocean. But I get why you may think of the Ocean when reading the title. The one that really grates as different though is Delta Force. It's the Greek letter delta, not a river delta. Seems unrelated to the meaning of the quiz.
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level 43
Apr 13, 2016
One of my favourite ever pub trivia questions was during a round of listening clues for songs referencing countries- eg Born in the USA, Back in the USSR. It included "I Ran" by a Flock of Seagulls. In summary, origin of the term goes out the window and puns are awesome ;)
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level 38
Jan 31, 2017
Just once, I wish people would get into the spirit of the quizzes and stop their bloody nitpicking! (and no, I am not British, but you wouldn't print my first choice))
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level 70
Apr 12, 2017
Wish granted! I got into the spirit of the quiz.

And I agree with the above....puns are awesome!
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