Numbers are everywhere. From being adolescents to adults, we see numbers everywhere. use them in our daily life. Even our films have numbers in their titles. Below are some films with numbers in their titles. Counting from one to ten.
1. One Day (2011)
Director- Lone Scherfig
On the night of their university graduations, Emma and Dexter meet. We see them every year on July 15th, the anniversary of that date. Emma is intelligent, but success takes time for her, whereas Dexter has no trouble attracting ladies. They grow apart over time as their lives take various paths and they meet new individuals. However, when they grow apart from those other people and their lives begin to diverge once more, Emma and Dexter realize that they belong together.
2. 2 Fast 2 Furious (2003)
Director- John Singleton
Brian O’Conner has left Los Angeles owing to his previous unlawful deeds and now soars the streets of Miami, earning money here and there through street racing. He gets apprehended by the cops while being watched by Customs Agent Monica Fuentes and is offered a deal by Agent Markham and Bilkins to go undercover and try to bring down drug boss Carter Verone in exchange for his criminal record being cleared. Brian accepts, but only if he is allowed to pick his partner. Brian returns to Barstow, California, where he enlists the assistance of an old buddy, Roman Pearce. Pearce accepts, but only on the same terms as Brian. Brian and Rome team up to take down Verone with the help of Monica.
3. Three Men And A Baby (1987)
Director- Leonard Nimoy
The roommates and unrepentant bachelors, Peter, Michael, and Jack, are living a happy single life in their fancy Manhattan apartment when their carefully organized world is turned upside down when they discover the adorable abandoned infant, Mary, sitting on their doorstep. Regardless of how they feel about it, the three men will be responsible for the innocent infant until her mother arrives. Until now, the three of dashing charmers believed they understood everything there was to know about women; nevertheless, infant Mary has the upper hand, demanding their attention and, most importantly, their affection.
4. Four Rooms (1995)
Director(s)- Quentin Tarrantino, Robert Rodriguez, Alexandre Rockwell, Allison Anders
It’s New Year’s Eve at the Mon Signor Hotel, a once-grand old Hollywood hotel that’s now in financial trouble. The slapstick escapades of Ted, the Bellhop, are chronicled in this film, which frequently employs physical comedy and sight jokes. When he’s invited to assist a coven of witches in the Honeymoon Suite on his first night on the job, he accepts. Things only get worse when he delivers ice to the wrong room and gets into a domestic spat at the worst possible time. Next, he makes the mistake of agreeing to look after a gangster’s children while dad is away. Finally, he ends the night by officiating a heinous wager.
5. The Fifth Element (1997)
Director- Luc Besson
When the immaculate being, Leeloo, smashes into his taxi, Korben Dallas, a former special forces commando and now a mid-twentieth-century New York City cab driver find himself caught in the heart of an eons-old war. In search of the perfect weapon to save humanity from an all-powerful force of pure evil, Korben, Leeloo, and the space-priest, Vito Cornelius, seek to find the enigmatic “fifth ingredient,” while Zorg, the conniving businessman, is already after the other four. Leeloo appears to be the key to Earth’s rescue in the ultimate fight between good and evil.
6. Six Degrees Of Separation (1993)
Director- Fred Schepisi
When a wounded young black man comes to their fancy apartment in New York City, telling them that he had just been robbed in Central Park and asking for help, art dealers John Flanders “Flan” Kittredge and Louisa “Ouisa” Kittredge are about to have a business dinner with their South African friend and client Geoffrey Miller. He identifies himself as Paul Poitier, the son of Sidney Poitier and a friend of their son and daughter at Harvard, and the couple asks him to stay with them. They discover that Paul is not who he claims to be during the night. They discover the hidden truth when they probe his life.
7. Seven (1995)
Director- David Fincher
Se7en is set in an unnamed city and tells the narrative of two homicide investigators on the hunt for a sadistic serial killer who picks his victims based on the seven deadly sins. Detective David Mills, played by Brad Pitt, is a hopeful yet naive rookie who is paired with seasoned Detective William Somerset. They follow the killer’s every move together, experiencing the aftermath of his heinous murders one by one as the victims pile up in fast succession, all the while drawing closer to a grisly fate neither of them could have imagined.
8. 8MM (1999)
Director- Joel Schumacher
A wealthy widow hires Tom Welles, a private detective, to investigate the death of her well-known husband. In a safe, she discovered a reel of S8 film. A horrific massacre of a young girl, who definitely does not pretend or act, is depicted in the film: a snuff movie. Welles begins his inquiry, which leads him to the girl’s mother and then to Hollywood, where he visits a pornographic film producer’s office. Welles’ growing passion for solving the case pulls him away from his wife and newborn baby. When the names are finally revealed, Welles finds himself on ice that is far thinner than he anticipated.
9. Nine To Five (1980)
Director- Colin Higgins
Franklin Hart is someone you should get to know. The world’s most powerful “sexist, egotistical, dishonest, hypocritical bigot.” He gets a kick out of humiliating, downplaying, and patronizing against his female office personnel, notably his top assistant Violet, whenever it’s convenient. Violet, along with coworkers Doralee and Judy, has devised comedic methods of “doing him in” when a weird incidence occurs, having grown tired of his ghastly bullishness. They then kidnap Hart and imprison him in his own home, gaining control of his department and increasing output.
10. 10 Things I Hate About You
Director- Gil Junger
Based loosely on Shakespeare’s play Taming of the Shrew, 10 Thing I Hate About You is about two sisters, Kat and Bianca who are restricted from dating guys till they’re in college by their strict father. In the following of the story, new student Cameron who is smitten by Bianca attempts to get the bad boy of the school, Patrick to like ill-tempered Kat. In consequence of the events that happened, the film is titled on the poem written by Kat referring to her bittersweet love for Patrick. The film contains all the high school drama with lovely music and witty dialogues.