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Poll: 25 Movie Titles Describing Big Directors' Trademarks

Which of these 25 movie titles is the best match for the director's trademark? The intended puns are made from the English title of the movie. Submit your shortcut here.

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    The Godfather (1972)

    Martin Scorsese - The Godfather (For his affinity to direct mafia movies)
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    Blown Away (1994)

    Michael Bay - Blown Away (Excessive explosions in nearly every movie)
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    Dirty Rotten Scoundrels (1988)

    Quentin Tarantino - Dirty Rotten Scoundrels (Always uses dirty, rotten characters)
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    The Bonfire of the Vanities (1990)

    Woody Allen - The Bonfire of the Vanities (The main character(s) often struggle(s) with morality) Suggested by blackbolt-3
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    Carnage (2011)

    Paul Verhoeven - Carnage (High tensioned story bound to bloodbathing scenes)
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    Shakespeare in Love (1998)

    Kenneth Branagh - Shakespeare in Love (Affinity for Shakespeare and other English literature)
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    Rendez-Vous (2015)

    Darren Aronofsky - Obsession (Obsessive, restless characters and stories in every movie)
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    Futureworld (1976)

    James Cameron - Futureworld (He passionately develops his own futuristic worlds) Suggested by blackbolt-3
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    Stranger Than Fiction (2006)

    Tim Burton - Stranger Than Fiction (His movies are mostly made in a bizarre style)
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    Tales from the Darkside: The Movie (1990)

    Peter Jackson - Tales from the Darkside (Nearly all his movies are tales and nearly all are attached to the dark side of life)
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    Cinema Paradiso (1988)

    Luc Jaquet - Cinema Paradiso (He does countryside documentations with breathtaking landscapes)
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    Dangerous Liaisons (1988)

    Roman Polanski - Dangerous Liasions (Strange relationships of the characters in his movies)
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    Apocalypse Now (1979)

    Roland Emmerich - Apocalypse Now (Often deals with apocalyptic showdowns)
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    A Face in the Crowd (1957)

    Alfred Hitchcock - A Face in the Crowd (Often appears in a brief cameo in most of his movies) Suggested by nikolayyeriomin
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    Coherence (2013)

    Christopher Nolan - Coherence (Always tells stories in a strongly coherent style and editing) Co-suggestion by blackbolt-3
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    An Inconvenient Truth (2006)

    Michael Moore - An Inconvenient Truth (He always shows up political fails in his documentations) Co-suggestion by blackbolt-3
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    Guilty Conscience (1985)

    Oliver Stone - Guilty Conscience (About Stone being "America's Conscience" through his movies)
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    Rough Stuff (2017)

    Mel Gibson - Rough Stuff (Most of his movies show unadorned raw interpretations of historic events) Co-suggestion by blackbolt-3
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    The Power of Emotion (1983)

    Steven Spielberg - The Power of Emotion (Most of his movies are not only blockbusters, but also emotionbusters) Co-suggestion by blackbolt-3
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    The value of diversity (2018)

    Ron Howard - The Value of Diversity (His very diverse high qualitiy filmography speaks for itself) Co-suggestion by blackbolt-3
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    Variety (1983)

    Robert Zemeckis - Variety (A life of variety in high quality movie making) Co-suggestion by blackbolt-3
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    Wild Wild West (1999)

    Sergio Leone - Wild Wild West (He directed the most iconic wild west movies) Co-suggestion by blackbolt-3
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    Unhook the Stars (1996)

    George Lucas - Unhook the Stars (For his work on 'Star Wars') Suggested by ElMaruecan82
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    Scary Movie (2000)

    James Wan - Scary Movie ('nuff said) Co-suggestion by blackbolt-3
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    A Chinese Legend (1991)

    Zhang Yimou - A Chinese Legend (His epic and symbolic movies are legendary) Co-suggestion by blackbolt-3

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