A friend of mine has a really (selectively) bad memory, and often gets things muddled. He's trying to recall the titles of these movies / series, but all he can give me is a very brief synopsis of each. However, he remembers exactly how many words are in each title. Can you help us out?
- A tough police inspector tracks down a psychopath with magic (3)
- A nurse and a Frenchman sing while battling leviathans (3)
- A large and hairy suburban father cools his temper to win over a teenage girl (5)
- A man convinces a secret organization that an extraterrestrial is innocent (5)
- A misfit librarian tries to protect his son from an inept anti-Semitic circus troupe (5)
- A ruthless oilman and a preacher fight over a precious pink gemstone (5)
- A nun hides in a mall from a convicted killer who is now a flesh-eating zombie (6)
- An uncultured flower seller shares pasta with a streetwise mutt (6)
- A young man time travels to train with an eccentric master frog (7)
- A suave man gets trapped in a massive ice storm twice (7)
Editor's note (spoilers ahead):
Although I searched before posting I didn't realize that Chowzen had a very similar idea. I gave myself 3 rules though which meant my format was a little stricter:
1. Titles would only be connected end-to-end
2. The joining word's form must be exactly the same (e.g. singular vs. plural, verb tense)
3. However, articles can be dropped.
There has already been one spin-off posted which doesn't follow all of those rules, which is totally fine! Just wanted to explain how I came up with them.