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50 Greatest Movie Title-Drops

The Aviator (2004)

The Title-Drop: “Howard Hughes… the aviator”

If They Wanted To Avoid It:
“Howard Hughes… you know, rich guy? Bit of an oddball? You do know!”

The Living Daylights (1987)

The Title-Drop: “It must have scared the living daylights out of her.”

If They Wanted To Avoid It: “It’s a wonder she didn’t shit herself!”

The World Is Not Enough (1999)

The Title-Drop: “I could have given you the world!” “The world is not enough.”

If They Wanted To Avoid It:
“I could have given you the world!” “Shove it up your jumper!”

Top Gun (1986)

The Title-Drop: “You two characters are going to Top Gun.”

If They Wanted To Avoid It: “I’m sending you to a rigorously disciplined flying school… I forget the name.”

Free Willy (1993)

The Title Drop: “Let’s free Willy!”

If They Wanted To Avoid It: “Willy or won’t he? That’s the question.”

The Breakfast Club (1985)

The Title Drop: “Sincerely yours… the Breakfast Club.”

If They Wanted To Avoid It: “Sincerely yours… Andrew, Brian, John, Claire and Allison.”

Monsters vs. Aliens (2009)

The Title Drop: “General, I propose we move forward with you monsters versus aliens idea… thingy.”

If They Wanted To Avoid It: “Everyone for an extra-terrestrial / hideous beastie smackdown, say ‘aye’.”

Black Hawk Down (2001)

The Title-Drop: “We’ve got a black hawk down, we got a black hawk down.”

If They Wanted To Avoid It: “Uh, guys… you left one behind.”

Jules Et Jim (1962)

The Title-Drop: “Jim et Jules?” “Non! Jules et Jim!”

If They Wanted To Avoid It: “Jim et Jules?” “Yeah, close enough.”

Some Like It Hot (1959)

The Title-Drop: “I guess some like it hot. I personally prefer classical music.”

If They Wanted To Avoid It: “Jazz? No, ta. Throw on some Beethoven, would you?”

George is GR's resident movie news person, based out of London. He understands that all men must die, but he'd rather not think about it.