A List of Movies with Numbers in the Title, From 1 to 25


I decided to do another post somewhat in accordance with yesterday’s sort of game-to-play-while-bored-on-a-long-car-trip literal A to Z list of CGI movie characters.  This time, though, I’m going with movies with numbers in their titles.  I managed to find a movie for each number up to 25.  For some numbers, there were many, many movies with that number in their titles, but for others – like the oh so elusive number 14 – I had to do a bit of research.

For the purposes of this list, sequels don’t count.  And the ordinal forms of numbers count (like first, second, etc.).  Cool?  Alright – keep reading for a list of movies with numbers in the title, from 1 to 25.  See if you can think of others, and try to think of a movie with a number in the title before you reach that number on the list.  Or just look at the list.

One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest


2 Fast 2 Furious


Three Men and a Baby


Four Rooms


The Fifth Element


Six Degrees of Separation








10 Things I Hate About You


Ocean’s Eleven


Twelve Monkeys


The 13th Warrior


14 Days to Life


15 Minutes


Sixteen Candles


Stalag 17


18 Again!


K-19: The Widowmaker


20 Centimetres


21 Grams


Catch 22


The Number 23


24 Hour Party People


The 25th Hour


As an aside, it looks as though Brad Pitt is in a lot of movies with numbers in the title – Se7en, Seven Years in Tibet, Twelve Monkeys, Oceans’ Eleven, Twelve, and Thirteen…I’m guessing if there’s a record for this sort of thing, it’s all his.


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