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There may not be a million movies with "million" in the title, but there are certainly quite a few of them.
Sit down, pull up a chair and have a cup of chai as you tune in and ask, “Who wants to be a millionaire?” Um, who wouldn't?
Best Actress Hilary Swank didn’t throw any punches in this 2004 sports drama about a woman's dream of becoming a professional boxer.
Raquel Welch rocks it as a prehistoric babe in this 1966 movie. And if that isn’t enough, there are plenty of awesome dinosaurs, too!
The better to see you with! And let's not even talk about those vicious fangs…
Watch comedians John Candy and Richard Pryor spend a lot of money! Hey, these guys are so funny, fans would watch them drop pennies in a piggy bank.
Audrey Hepburn steals moviegoer’s hearts in this classic 1966 heist movie. With a wardrobe by Givenchy, is there any wonder Ms. Hepburn was a style icon?
Esther Williams shines in this biographical musical about Australian swimming star Annette Kellerman. Who was not actually a mermaid. In case you were wondering.
An alien life form is unearthed in the London Underground. Hope he knows the subway fare has gone up over the years.
This sci-fi monster film features the stop-motion animation talents of Ray Harryhausen. Also known as "Dynamation." The animation technique, not Mr. Harryhausen.
In this '80s crime film, Jeff Bridges is a detective forced to shoot a criminal in a narcotics raid. Can't imagine that turns out well…
In this pre-'Hunger Games' Korean thriller, contestants compete in a deadly game show for a million dollar prize. Losers get the standard consolation prize of Turtle Wax.
Director Danny Boyle’s 2004 film features a seven year-old boy who finds a million pounds of stolen money. That’d buy a lot of Beyblades!
'80s stars Michael Gross, Christopher Atkins and Greg Evigan travel back in time to the Cretaceous Period, then accidentally bring a man-eating dinosaur back with them. Oops!
This 2006 documentary follows the lives of people who have won multi-million dollar jackpots. How would your life change?