Illustrator Austin Light has created a funny series of sketches that re-imagines movie titles with one letter removed.
“Finding Emo” – An insufferable teenage fish runs away from home. His father contemplates searching for him.
“Obocop” – The story of how a police officer works through his PTSD and adjusts to his new robotic implants with the help of the sexy soothing sound of his oboe.
“Rave” – One red-haired Scottish girl. One dance floor. One unforgettable night.
“Aging Bull” – A bovine pugilist comes out of retirement for one last fight. He loses.
“Pup Fiction” – Two mob hit dogs go after a poodle who wrote a slanderous op-ed about their boss.
“Men” – A retired professor helps a rugged Canadian work through his aggression as he struggles to uncover his past. Patrick Stewart and Hugh Jackman star.
“T.” – A boy finds a jewelry clad alien who speaks exclusively in aggressive yet well-meaning catchphrases.
“Jurassic Par” – Two dinosaurs set out to prove they’re more than just killing machines. Thanks to a loophole in the rules they find a spot on the PGA tour and golf their way to the top of the food chain.
“Mr. and Mrs. Sith” – Two Jedi abandon the order for love. Also to shoot lightning from their hands. Because that’s cool.
“Lord of the Rigs” – The story of one man’s unhealthy obsession with his truck.
“Beauty and the Beat” – After a witch turns her best friend into a dope boom box, Belle decides to enter France’s Got Talent. She crushes it.
“Ron Man” – A disgruntled government employee builds a robo suit in his garage to help him stop the government he works for from getting any more work done.
“Dive” – Ryan Gosling plays a mysteriously appealing scuba diving guide who gets mixed up in some shady business. He has like 12 lines the whole movie. He also stomps a shark to death.
“The Fat and the Furious” – After a bunch of thugs steal his sweet car, Jerry spirals into a vicious rage eating depression. He gets super ripped for the sequel though.
“Alen” – The story of a lonely cashier named Alen who yearns for something more. Something like eating astronauts.
“Fight Cub” – When deforestation threatens his home, one feisty bear fights back.
“Harry Otter” – A young boy finds out who, and what, he is. Magic ensues.