Who hasn't lamented a great movie with a bad title? What if another movie already exists with the perfect title for that other film?

Cubee Craft did some switcheroo action, and voila! Turns out some films could have really benefited from another movie's title.
The idea started as part of Something Awful's Photoshop Phriday and took off. Most are hilarious and some are shockingly on point.

With all the bad movie titles in recent years ('Knight & Day,' seriously?), it's nice to see the titling of films given some good, old-fashioned thought.







See more swapped movie poster titles here and here.

Can you think of any good movie title poster swaps? Leave them in the comments!
Monsters, Inc.
G 2001
Based on 34 critics

A blue behemoth (John Goodman) and his one-eyed pal (Billy Crystal) scare children. Read More

Jaws
PG 1975
Based on 9 critics

A New England police chief, a shark hunter and a scientist have a showdown with a huge white shark. Read More

June 29, 2016
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The Little Mermaid
G 1989
In Theaters on September 13th, 2013

A mermaid princess (Christopher Daniel Barnes) falls in love with an earthly prince (Pat Carroll). Read More

Teeth
R 2008
Based on 22 critics

A high-school girl's (Jess Weixler) unusual anatomy puts the bite on overly aggressive suitors. Read More

Splash
PG 1984
In Theaters on March 9th, 1984

Produce supplier (Tom Hanks) loves mermaid (Daryl Hannah) in New York. Read More

UP
PG 2009
Based on 37 critics

A crotchety balloon salesman (Ed Asner) discovers a stowaway aboard his flying house. Read More

July 8, 2016
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