Subtract a letter from a movie title

From a fan of the add a letter to a movie title thread!

Das Boo
German submariners deal with boredom, filth, and ghosts!

A woman steals $40K from her boss but it’s just a practical joke

A mining ship lands on a distant planet and files a legal claim

A pregnant police chief investigates reports of a crooked card game

Cool Han Luke
A young Jedi and his space pilot friend adjust to life in a rural prison

Tar Wars - In a district far, far away a young apprentice and his sister seek to take over their fathers roofing business.

**The God, the Bad and the Ugly **- a deity seeks to steal a cache of gold from a grave. He is assisted/resisted by two frenemies.

**Argo **- A pregnant police officer investigates contaminated Starch products.

Do TV movies count?

Rots - the story of a man on a quest to dig up corpses of his dead relatives. (Roots, just for clarity).

Why not.


Star Was - A long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away…

Decent - A group of cave explorers encounters more than they bargained for in this terrifying thriller, only this time the movie is slightly better than mediocre.

You could do a whole series about crime-fighting moms: Iron Ma, Superma, Batma, Spider-Ma…

I…” – Malcolm McDowell starts to say something, then decides not to.

I Robot - A documentary depicting the origins of this funky dance style.

Sherry Bay - A woman returns home after spending three years in prison only to find that the local cooking wine bottling company has exploded, flooding the town. With Maggie Gyllenhaal.

That thread itself was in response to a thread about… removing a letter from the title of an artistic work.

Didn’t we do this a couple weeks ago?

Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bob

He’s not such a bad guy, the Bob.

_ (1931)

Nobody can find that fucking murderer!

Requiem for a Ream

“Ass to ass!”

Hotel Wanda

A pleasant story about a lady’s hotel.

Sorry, missed that one.

Ride of Frankenstein

If anyone claims this to be a porno, I shall retort “It’s a lie!”

The Wizard of O - A young girl, a tin man, a lion and a scarecrow on an allegorical journey in search of sexual satisfaction.

Schindler’s Lit - Disturbing tale of a war profiteer who courts the Nazis and saves Jews, despite being stumbling-down drunk all of the time.

Wal Street - Big-box retailer with low, low prices and lousy employee benefits turns out to be a–surprise–corporate raider.

**The Brides of Madison County **- Clint Eastwood makes love in the afternoon to an entire neighborhood of lonely housewives while their families are at the state fair.

Slash - Tom Hanks falls in love with a mermaid with homicidal tendencies.

Ho Framed Roger Rabbit - Nasty slut tries to pin a murder rap on poor Roger.

Tar Trek

The crew of the Enterprise get into a sticky situation.

The Goo, the Bad and the Ugly

Lee Van Cleef and Eli Wallach get into a sticky situation

The famous creationist dinosaur movie, Jurassic Ark.

Tootie - Dustin Hoffman dresses up as a woman so no one will recognize him when he farts

Melvin and Hoard - A Utah gas-station owner can’t bring himself to throw anything away

You Can Take it with You - Lionel Barrymore as a miser who won’t share anything because he might need it after he dies

Son of Bernadette - It turns out the saint wasn’t so saintly

My Fair Lad - the classic updated for today’s musical lovers

It’s a Wonderful Lie - Jimmy Stewart kills himself when he realizes that angels aren’t real

Rear Widow - Jimmy Stewart spies on his callipygian neighbor whose husband is recently deceased

The Sith Sense - Haley Joel Osment sees dread people from the Star Wars universe

Butch Cassidy and the Undance Kid - Paul Newman takes on the seemingly impossible task of teaching Robert Redford how to boogie

Rash - over the course of a single day in Los Angeles, an ensemble cast explores the events leading up to the transmission of a nasty skin condition

Icky Cristina Barcelona - No one wants to get too close to Scarlett Johansson when she visits Spain

Moostruck - Cher tries to recover from being run over by a cow

Aging Bull - Robert De Niro as Jake LaMotta in his later years

Silence of the Labs - That dog don’t bark

Host - Patrick Swayze holds a party

World War: During World War 2 veterans of the Pacific theater act like zombies. AKA The Pacific.

Snakes On A Lane - two boys discover two snakes on a road and run screaming like little girls.
Snakes On A Plan - two snakes make a plan to scare two boys coming down a lane.
Sakes On A Plane - two Japanese writers get blitzed drinking on a flight to the US, and come up with silly ideas for a film.