Have you ever noticed how many movies there are with die in the name? Of course the Die Hard franchise with Bruce Willis comes to mind, but there are some other less obvious choices too. This list ranks the best movies with die in the title, regardless of genre or rating. What is your favorite movie with die in the name? This is kind of an odd way to categorize movies, but that's also why it's so fun! There are probably one or two movies with die in the title that you instantly think of, but you might be surprised how many others there are too as you scroll through this list.This ranked poll of films with die in the title includes movies like Die Another Day and John Tucker Must Die. Don't forget that this list is interactive, meaning you can vote the film names up or down depending on much you liked each movie that has the word die in it.
Die Tödlichen Träume Rudolf Forster, Cornell Borchers, Harald Paulsen
Die Tödlichen Träume is a 1951 German drama film directed by Paul Martin. It is based on several stories by E. T. A. Hoffmann. It was entered into the 1951 Cannes Film Festival.
Too Tired to Die Mira Sorvino, Gretchen Mol, Jeffrey Wright
Too Tired to Die is a 1998 film written and directed by Wonsuk Chin.
Die And Let Live Jordan Hess, Josh Lively, Zane Crosby
Die Bienen – Tödliche Bedrohung Rolf Kanies, Klaus J. Behrendt, Peter Benedict
Die Bienen - Tödliche Bedrohung is a 2008 television thriller written by Nicole Bujard, Ulli Bujard, Frank Raki and Annette Simon, and directed by Michael Karen.
Anders Als Die Andern
Diane - Die Geschichte einer Pariserin Henry Victor, Olga Chekhova, Theodor Loos
Diane - Die Geschichte einer Pariserin is a 1929 film written by Hans Rameau and Rolf E. Vanloo, and directed by Erich Waschneck.
The Man Who Wouldn't Die Helene Whitney
The Man Who Wouldn't Die is a 1942 mystery film directed by Herbert I. Leeds.
Caesar Must Die Fabio Cavalli, Vincenzo Gallo, Salvatore Striano
Caesar Must Die is a 2012 Italian drama film directed by Paolo and Vittorio Taviani. The film competed at the 62nd Berlin International Film Festival where it won the Golden Bear.
Die Laughing Charles Durning, Robby Benson, Elsa Lanchester
Die Laughing is a 1980 American film released by Orion Pictures and starring Robby Benson.
Don’t Die Without Telling Me Where You’re Going Leonardo Sbaraglia, Darío Grandinetti, Tincho Zabala
Don’t Die Without Telling Me Where You’re Going is a 1995 film directed by Eliseo Subiela.
Paroled to Die Bob Steele, Budd Buster, Karl Hackett
Paroled to Die is a 1938 western film written by George H. Plympton and Harry F. Olmsted and directed by Sam Newfield.
Tombstone, the Town Too Tough to Die Edgar Buchanan, Richard Dix, Rex Bell
Tombstone: The Town Too Tough to Die is a Western film released in 1942, starring Richard Dix and Kent Taylor, and directed by William McGann.
Second to Die Erika Eleniak, Paul Winfield, Colleen Camp
Second to Die is a thriller film released in 2002. The film stars Erika Eleniak, Jerry Kroll, and Colleen Camp. Its tagline was "One murder is never enough".
A Lonely Place to Die Melissa George, Eamonn Walker, Ed Speleers
A Lonely Place to Die is a 2011 British thriller film directed by Julian Gilbey and based on a screenplay from Will Gilbey and Julian Gilbey. It stars Melissa George, Ed Speleers, Karel Roden, ...more
Do or Die Patsy Palmer, Hugo Speer, Kate Ashfield
Do or die is a 2001 drama film written by Christopher Lee and directed by Rowan Woods
Die Fastnachtsbeichte Götz George, Hilde Hildebrand, Berta Drews
Die Fastnachtsbeichte is a 1960 crime/thriller film written by Kurt Heuser and Carl Zuckmayer and directed by William Dieterle.
13 Days to Die Horst Frank, Peter Carsten, Thomas Alder
13 Days to Die or Der Fluch des schwarzen Rubin is a 1965 Italian and West German spy film drama, directed by Alberto Cardone and Manfred R. Köhler.
Hu die fei Li Bingbing, Roy Cheung, Maggie Shiu
Linger is a 2008 Hong Kong romantic drama film directed by Johnnie To and starring Li Bingbing and Vic Chou.
The Dead Don't Die Yvette Vickers
The Dead Don't Die is a 1975 TV film directed by Curtis Harrington.