The 35 most ridiculous movie titles of all time

From ‘Attack of the Killer Tomatoes’ to ‘Snakes on a Plane’

Jacob Stolworthy
Sunday 10 October 2021 11:45
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You may not have seen all of these films, or indeed even heard of one of them, but there's no denying their titles verge on the silly.

Below is a list of all the films that have the most ridiculous titles of all time.

Scroll through the gallery to see what made the list.

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