Obfuscations of Movie Titles #2

Translate these long-winded phrases into the titles of well-known movies.
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Obfuscation
Movie
Adult male Homo sapiens composed of the element with atomic symbol Fe
Iron Man
The daughter of the monarch who is also a woman whose nuptials are pending
The Princess Bride
0.5 x 102 monochromatic hues neither white nor black
Fifty Shades of Grey
Circulatory organ whose fear response is at lower than normal levels
Braveheart
The ability of humans to perceive the natural world that exists beyond the five
typical methods for doing so
The Sixth Sense
Cycle of terrestrial rotation dedicated to the species Marmota monax
Groundhog Day
Insanely affluent people from east of the Urals
Crazy Rich Asians
Extended military engagements of the gravitationally-bound masses of celestial plasma
Star Wars
My parent's sibling's child whose given name is Vincent
My Cousin Vinny
Location in which the remains of companionship animals are subterraneanly interred
Pet Sematary
The firearm which is completely devoid of garments
The Naked Gun
Visually locating the locomotives
Trainspotting
The future state will include the presence of sanguinal fluid
There Will be Blood
Narrative concerning the objects designed for the amusement of prepubescent humans
Toy Story
Visage disfigured by a healed wound
Scarface
The social organization devoted to the initial repast of the day
The Breakfast Club
The period of unease subsequent to abnormally high C2H6O consumption
The Hangover
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Level 78
Mar 27, 2020
Great quiz. My brain hurts.
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Level 82
Mar 27, 2020
Tried "Vinnie" several times before I could think of alternate spellings.
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Level 73
Mar 27, 2020
After Vinnie didn't work, I thought I'd misunderstood. Any chance of allowing that as a type-in?
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Level ∞
Mar 27, 2020
Vinnie will work now.
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Level 55
Oct 11, 2020
Would you consider also accepting "Cousin Vinnie", without the "My"?
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Level 73
Mar 27, 2020
This is one of the best of these kinds that I've seen. Future state of sanguinal fluid literally made me laugh out loud.
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Level 67
Mar 27, 2020
These were great! Masterpieces, just wanted to let you know :)

Some were actually tóó clever for me, needed more studying to decipher them. (I guess if I was into movies I would have recognized some faster). It is definitely one to reread afterwards to appreciate it fully :)

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Level 67
Mar 27, 2020
Me reading the formula as glucose instead of alcohol didnt help, crash, sugardip, withdrawl and other attempts, only a few questions later I was back on track. Missed 5 in a row from hangover.
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Level 79
Oct 11, 2020
I'm glad I'm not the only one who thought that was sugar. (I'm blaming it on the three weeks of high school chem class I missed when I had a severe case of rubeola - or maybe it's the 50+ years that have passed since I took that class.)
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Level 82
Mar 28, 2020
#5 could also be the Tom Cruise film War of the Worlds, which is what I tried first. Maybe accept that as an alternate?
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Level 71
Apr 2, 2020
"Masses of celestial plasma" can only really apply to stars, not worlds, I'd argue.
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Level 63
Jul 21, 2020
"Gravitationally-Bound Masses of Celestial Plasma" could be taken to mean masses which are bound gravitationally to celestial plasma, AKA planets orbiting stars.
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Level 66
Apr 11, 2020
This series of quizzes does amuse me QM. I had no idea what marmota monax was, tried Day of the Jackal, then thought I'd nailed it with Day of the Triffids. Not to be.
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Level 55
Jul 1, 2020
You have a weird idea of what "well known movie" is, imho.
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Level 67
Oct 10, 2020
Pretty well every one of those movies was up for or has won a popular award, so fairly well known I'd say.
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Level 80
Oct 10, 2020
All of these are well-known movies.
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Level 71
Oct 10, 2020
I'm not into movies at all, but I've heard of all of these and seen about half of them.
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Level 80
Oct 11, 2020
Many were huge cultural phenomena. Many won multiple awards. Many grossed millions of dollars. Many are quoted or referenced all the time in other media.

I've definitely heard of all of them and I've seen all but 50 Shades and Crazy Rich Asians. A bunch of these I've seen many times. Groundhog Day, The Princess Bride, and Star Wars I've probably seen at least 30-40x each. Iron Man, Braveheart, the 6th Sense, My Cousin Vinny, and Toy Story have to be close to those numbers. The only movie I think I've seen more than The Princess Bride is the 1986 The Transformers.

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Level 53
Oct 10, 2020
Really enjoyed this one - thank you for a very clever quiz.
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Level 80
Oct 10, 2020
Was the Wolfpack drinking ethanol?
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Level 72
Oct 10, 2020
Shouldn't "Insanely affluent people from east of the Urals" be "Insane affluent people from east of the Urals"?
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Level 82
Oct 10, 2020
I guess it depends on how you interpret the actual movie title. Your version works for when crazy and rich are used as separate descriptive terms. However it could also be perceived as crazy-rich, where crazy provides emphasis to rich, just as insanely does for affluent in the given clue. So really it works either way, and the clue is fine as is IMO. In any case I guessed it without trouble.
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Level 80
Oct 10, 2020
knid's interpretation is correct.
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Level 55
Oct 11, 2020
For some reason, "Crazy Rich Cypriots" wouldn't work.
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Level 82
Oct 10, 2020
These are so great! I love this sort of quiz.
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Level 43
Oct 10, 2020
wow how is the average score 10
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Level 45
Oct 10, 2020
"Closely Watched Trains" should be acceptable for "Visually locating the locomotives."
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Level 57
Oct 11, 2020
it really shouldn't
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Level 45
Oct 16, 2020
Why? That's the first film I thought of, and fits the "obfuscation" pretty well.
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Level 55
Oct 13, 2020
Fun, but quite difficult.