I think I solved two of them. Can anyone beat that?

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I think I solved two of them. Can anyone beat that?

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I have four from the get go, I think

**Okay, I’ll suggest that you share one guess per post, but that’s up to you.**Let the columns starting from the left be A,B,C,D.

Let the rows starting from the top be 1,2,3,4.

👍 if you agree with a guess

🤔 if you’re not sure

👎 if you know it’s wrong

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**My guess for A3 is***The Exorcist*Yup, and A2 is One Mile to You, and C4 is Changing Times

The rest get lot harder I think

D 2

*The 13th Floor*Cool - great insight

I think A1 might be Four of a Kind

These are tricky!

Okay, my next guess:

C 2

**The Sum of All Fears**4 C is velocity

Nice!

**My next guess is**C 3

The Social Network

C4 is "Speed" ds/dt is how you write velocity. The absolute value of velocity is Speed.

Could be! But, I'm going with Matrix, as that is how you would show a matrix...

"Speed" (1994 film). It's an absolute value. Velocity as a math function is a vector with direction and would not be written with the absolute value.

D4 is Wall-E. (e = 2.7182818284...)

C1 MIGHT be Signs? (It's just 4 sign waves)

Going out on a limb here, but I THINK D1 is Mean Girls

The equation looks like the mean equation and the "variable" looks like a girl...

A4 is "Beauty and the Beast".... and that is a rather subtle one....

The top part is Euler's Identity, which is said to be the most beautiful equation ever... and 666 is the number of the beast...

And with that, I'm going to bed, it's way past my bed time....

A2 must be "The Green Mile", and I think that B3 might be "Sin City". I've lost track, which others are still unaccounted for?

That was brilliant! I think you’re 100% correct on Mean Girls.

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I've lost track, which others are still unaccounted for?

Our completion stands currently at

A 1 The Matrix

A 2 The Green Mile

A 3 The Exorcist

A 4 Beauty and the Beast

B 1 American Pie

**B 2**B 3 Sin City

**B 4**C 1 Signs

**C****2**C 3 The Social Network

C 4 Speed

D 1 Mean Girls

D 2 The 13th Floor

**D 3**D 4 Wall-E

That's so good! The Green Mile absolutley makes sense!!

I was struggling with Sin City... I thought of that and sort of disgarded it, because at least I pronounce it like "sign" sīn and just from a spelling point of view the "e" is missing, but then I was trying to figure out maybe that's why part of the Paris is cut off at the end? So MAYBE you are right! I never came up with anything else, so I give you the win on that!

Darn you Stephen :-) You got me hooked on this thing!

B4 is "Heat" (1995 Pacino/DeNiro) or "The Heat"

This one took me hours of research. I'm not smart enough to recognize the "Heat Equation" on sight or understand it. But I knew it was a partial derivitive of something with respect to time. Poked around for a while to figure out that the upside down triangle is a "del" or a "nabla" used as a vector calculus operator. Ok. At this point I still didn't know ANYTHING. But further research uncovered that a del-squared is the Laplace Operator, which is used all over the place from Schrödinger equation to Poisson's equations to the wave equation to the HEAT equation. But I couldn't just accept that and run, so I had to look into the heat equation and found that there are a jillion representations for it. But in the case of heat propogating in a homogonous medium in 3D space, you the below equation: which is mathematically equivemant to B4.

What's really annoying is that as an undergrad, eons ago, I actually studied a lot of that kind of math... and now it is all just greek to me.

BTW, you had already solved "The Sum of All Fears" but left that off your summary. I'm sure that is correct.

Yeah, I had the same doubts about that. The function often is abbreviated as "sin", though, so what's shown in the image could be formulated as

**sin(city)**. :)