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Movie Titles Containing Numbers

Updated on February 2, 2013

It came to my attention that there is a large amount of movie titles containing numbers. I hadn't really thought much about this before but when you see them listed, there is actually quite a lot. So here they are:

Se7en- A movie I have written about before, one of the best thrillers I have seen. Starring Brad Pitt, Morgan Freeman, Gwyneth Paltrow and Kevin Spacey, it's about a serial killer who kills by the Seven Deadly Sins.

10 Things I Hate About You - An awesome romantic comedy starring Julia Styles and the late Heath Ledger. Filled with great characters and laughs, this is one of the best in my opinion. Picture the scene with Heath Ledger singing :)

50 First Dates- Another one of my favourites that has been mentioned before, starring Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore. A very cute romantic comedy.

8 Mile- Eminems movie about a young rapper struggling with life.

The Number 23- A thriller starring funny man Jim Carrey, bit strange really but was okay.

101 Dalmations- Can't forget these beautiful puppies and the evil Cruella De Ville

The Sixth Sense - Bruce Willis stars in this creepy thriller about a boy who can see and talk to ghosts and that ends with a great twist.

Four Weddings And A Funeral- A British comedy/drama starring Hugh Grant and Andie MacDowell.

Ocean's Eleven- A stellar cast including Brad Pitt, George Clooney, Matt Damon and Julia Roberts to name a few. Danny Ocean gathers ten others to attempt robbing three Las Vegas casinos at the same time.

12 Monkeys- Brad Pitt seems to like his numbers it seems. He has appeared in a "number" of the movies on my list. This is the second time that we welcome Bruce Willis in this Sci-Fi/thriller.

Six Days Seven Nights- This is a great comedy about two people who are stranded on an island together after their light place crashes. Harrison Ford and Anne Heche are perfect in this movie together, I really enjoyed this one.

Seven Years In Tibet - We meet again Brad Pitt...what's with all the sevens?

17 Again- The gorgeous and talented Zac Efron stars in this hilarious comedy about getting the chance to be 17 again.

Sixteen Candles- One of the classics with none other than Molly Ringwald. This movie tells the story of a young girls sixteenth birthday and all the embarrassing moments that she goes through.

Thirteen - A confronting movie about two friends experimenting with drugs, boys and alcohol.

10,000 BC - A movie set in a time where Mammoths and Sabre toothed tigers prowled the land. Full of action, excitement and great graphics.

(500) Days Of Summer - The gorgeous Joseph Gordan Levitt is the lead in this movie about being in love and the hard times that it brings.

One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest- A fantastic movie set in a mental hospital focusing on a man who rallies the other patients together against the evil Nurse Ratched

13 Going On 30 - Another movie about changing age but this time getting older. A fine movie starring Jennifer Garner. The main thing I remember from this movie is them dancing to Thriller.

Some other movie titles containing numbers:

  • Ladder 49
  • 300
  • The 40 Year Old Virgin
  • 16 Blocks
  • 8mm
  • 2 Fast 2 Furious
  • Snow White & The Seven Dwarves
  • One Hour Photo
  • Four Brothers
  • Three Men And A Baby
  • Gone In 60 Seconds
  • 12 Angry Men
  • Miracle On 34th Street
  • District 9
  • The Fifth Element
  • 1408
  • It Takes Two
  • 40 Days And 40 Nights
  • Two weeks Notice
  • 2010
  • 200 Cigarettes
  • 27 Dresses
  • Three To Tango
  • Seven Pounds
  • Nine To Five



What's Your Favourite "Number" Movie?

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    • Andrew Schuricht profile image

      Andrew Schuricht 

      6 months ago

      What are some movies with a numbered time in the title, like 12:01 PM or 4:44

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      5 years ago

      Year one, 13 ruletta, 1oo0 ways to die in the west. 13 going on 30, room 1404

    • George Greene Jr. profile image

      George Greene Jr. 

      6 years ago from California PA

      more movies not mentioned..

      Plan 9 from outer space, 1,ooo,ooo years B.C.,1984,Buckaroo Bonsai across the 8th Dimension, Godzilla 2000, the Seventh Seal, Route 666, 30 Seconds Over Tokyo, Transylvania 6-5000,The Dirty Dozen,Friday the 13th...

      That's all I could add for now! I know some of these are cheesy(Plan 9 from Outer Space is considered the worst movie ever made!).But i was surprised both of you left out One Million yrs B.C. and Friday the 13th!

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      Stephen tyler 

      7 years ago

      Aassault on precinct 13, taking of Pelham 123, the Noel Clark film 4321, born on the fourth of July, death race 2000, 8mm, super 8, fantastic 4, 2 fast 2 furious, four brothers, 50 first dates, 8 crazy night's, the 51st state, gangster no.1, how to lose a guy in 10days, I am number four, million dollar baby, the 6th day, 16 blocks, Simone, 17 again, two days in the valley, one night at mccool's, 54, two weeks notice, three kings, 30 days of night, 13 going on 30, 2012, 27 dresses, 28 days later, 28 months later, triple xxx(don't know if it counts though), suspect zero, the fifth element, the one(jet li), around the world in 80 days, Apollo 13, Apollo 18, air force one, article 99, close encounters of the third kind, the fourth kind, cradle 2 the grave, deep star six, eight men out, Freddie as f.r.o.7, Rambo first blood, golgo 13 the professional, k2, the man with two brains, the man with one red shoe, menace 2 society, 101 Dalmatians, 102 Dalmatians, passenger 57, the power of one, single white female, split second, the sixth sense, thirteen ghosts, thirteenth floor, 200 cigarettes, 28 days, the whole 9 yards, the whole 10 yards, blues brothers 2000, 21 grams, 2001 a space odyssey, 2010 odyssey two.

      There are probably more but those are all I could find in a short time.

    • Sarah Masson profile imageAUTHOR


      8 years ago from Melbourne, Australia

      Thanks for your comments :)

    • optimus grimlock profile image

      optimus grimlock 

      8 years ago

      you forgot 12 rounds, 3 strikes, 9, nine but its a great article keep up the good work

    • RandomLife profile image


      8 years ago from Nashville TN

      Thanks for the information about polls. I guess I hadn't even seen the capsule for that yet. I'm still new to this! Thanks again and great hub!

    • Sarah Masson profile imageAUTHOR


      8 years ago from Melbourne, Australia

      Hi Amy, thanks for your comment. To put polls on your hub you just add a poll capsule from the top right and then write in your question and answers :)

    • amybradley77 profile image


      8 years ago

      Always love to find a fellow lister on hubpages, very reassuring and motivating, inspiring too. Hey, great work here I like just about all of the movies you listed here really. Voted up!! Plus, I was wondering if you might have some tips on how to put those voting polls into my hubs too, I need a little walk through it would add a lot to so many of my hubs, any tips for me, help?!? A.B.


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