Anyhow, inspired in part by the pants game (wherein a word in a known quotation, expression or title is replaced by the word pants) and in part by a post² I came across on adding the word cheese to movie titles, I offer up my own list of movie titles. (I got all these movie titles, or at least a previous version of them from the AFI’s 100 years 100 movies page. So these are high quality films that I’m making a cheese mockery of.)
Classics of Cheese Cinema
Passion. Betrayal. Cheese.
Partners in crime, partners in cheese.
A dark and dangerous mission of cheese.
Glimpse the cheesy underbelly of New Orleans.
Trouble’s coming. And it’s bringing crackers.
A haunting tale of star-crossed young cheese lovers.
An epic saga of love, war and cheese.
If ever a wonderful wiz there was…wait, would that be the CheeseWiz?
A sentimental film that shows a glimpse of a world without cheese.
The awe and mystery of a cheese unlike any other.
When they find it, they really don’t want to smell it.
Is the cheese quiet now, Clarice?
¹It has occurred to me that I must consider cheese to be a funny word. Much like pants, squid, banana, duck and monkey. However, I don’t see any mention of cheese on the Wikipedia inherently funny word article.
²Really, I promise to stop this daily linking to Words for My Enjoyment. What’s funny is that I first came across the blog via my takehome final, as mentioned previously, but then found it again totally inadvertantly and coincidentally while doing a google search for “cheese” and “movies”. (Did I mention that there’s aren’t too many cheese movies?) It was almost as if it was written in the cheese…Wait, “Written on the Cheese.” I think that’s a movie, too.