Movie titles that gave away the plot

'Journey to the Center of the Earth' (2008) - There's not much doubt as to the destination of the characters in this movie, right?

'We Bought a Zoo' (2011) -
Matt Damon and Scarlett Johansson star in this film, which is pretty much about renovating the zoo the main character buys.

'Snakes on a Plane' (2006) -
If there is one man who can get rid of snakes on a plane, it's Samuel L. Jackson.

'Home Alone' (1990) -
A kid is accidentally left behind, home alone, as his family goes on vacation.

'Kill Bill: Vol. 1' (2003) - Not only do we get the information that the main character's goal is to kill Bill, but we also know that there is at least a Vol. 2 on the way.

'Slumdog Millionaire' (2008) -
A teen from a Mumbai slum enters a TV show and becomes a millionaire: this is the plot of Danny Boyle's film. 

'Gladiator' (2000) -
This Oscar-winning movie is, perhaps unsurprisingly, about a gladiator (Russell Crowe). 

'Finding Nemo' (2003) -
A fish named Marlin embarks on a journey to find his son, Nemo, and bring him home. So yes, the title is the plot.

'The Great Escape' (1963) -
Steve McQueen stars in this movie where a group of prisoners of war plan an escape from a prison camp.

'The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford' (2007) - Not only is this title very specific, it goes as far as making use of a negative adjective to describe the assassin.

'Zombieland' (2009) -
Everything is taken over by zombies, so the title does seem appropriate.

'The Englishman who Went up a Hill but Came down a Mountain' (1995) - A English cartographer classified a "mountain" as a "hill" because it's not tall enough, though the locals persuade him otherwise.

'There Will Be Blood' (2007) -
Surely, with a title like this, we can't expect a movie where everything goes well. And this is exactly what happens in this powerful drama about an oil tycoon.

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