Most recently there was a film called Lions for Lambsthat starred Meryl Streep, that seemed to be about broad political issues just like this question seems to be about broad cinematic history and the women that starred in it. Of course, in the history of cinema there are many classic films that come to mind when thinking about film titles and the actresses who starred in them, like Vivian Leigh in Gone With the Wind, or in Bette Davis in All About Eve, or Ingrid Bergman in Casablanca, or Natalie Wood in A Rebel Without a Cause. There should be a movie about film titles and names of actresses and it could be called: Film Titles and Names of Actresses, and it could star Meryl Streep, Dame Judi Dench, Sandra Bullock, Asia Argento, Julia Roberts and Madonna. It could be based on the best selling book called Titles of Novels and Names of Heroines.
Try an imdb.com search.
That's easy, there aren't any, I've never been in the title of a movie.
There are many movies that girls like to watch. Examples of movies that girls like to watch include "Mean Girls", "Bring It On", "Sydney White", "Lizzie McGuire", and "A Cinderella Story".
where you go to the movies and it is 1 dollar
The Hunchback of Notre Dame
Only if the title is a proper name, that is, if Carolina Girl is the name of a group. Then you must use the apostrophe to show possession. If the name of the group is Carolina Girls, then no apostrophe is necessary.
Scary movies, comedys, girls movies, drama.
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Four brothers, Step Brother and The Brother from Another Planet are some of the movies with the word Brother in their title.