What happens when you remove one letter from a movie title?
I mean, really, how much of an affect can a one character typo have, anyway?
Apparently, a lot.
And the results are hillarious:
The story of how a police officer works through his PTSD and adjusts his new robotic implants with the help of the sexy soothing sound of his oboe.
A retired professor helps a rugged Canadian work through his aggression as he struggles to uncover his past. Patrick Stewart and Hugh Jackman star.
Beauty and the Beat
After a witch turns her best friend into a dope boom box, Belle decides to enter France’s Got Talent. She crushes it.
A disgruntled government employee builds a robo suit in his garage to help him stop the government he works for from getting any more work done.
Mr. and Mrs. Sith
Two Jedi abandon the order for love. Also to shoot lightning from their hands. Because that’s cool.
A boy finds a jewelry-clad alien who speaks exclusively in aggressive yet well-meaning catchphrases.
Two dinosaurs set out to prove they’re more than just killing machines. Thanks to a loophole in the rules they find a spot on the PGA Tour and golf their way to the top of the food chain.
Oh Bother, Where Art Thou?
Convicted felon, Winnie, breaks out of jail with the help of his prison mates Tigger and Piglet, and set off on a cross-state journey to find his missing honey pot.
An insufferable teenage fish runs away from home. His father contemplates searching for him.
Star Wars: A New Hoe
A farm boy, who apparently farms sand, fulfills his destiny and becomes the first farmer to do the Kessel Run in 12 parsecs.
Lord of the Rigs
The story of one man’s unhealthy obsession with his truck.
You can see more of Austin Light‘s Movie Title Typos—and even purchase t-shirts—on the Movie Title Typos website.
Have you had an unfortunate typos? I have!