Why does your favourite movie not have a title?

July 13, 2021 0 Comments

A recent study published in the American Journal of Public Health shows that movies with the word “tit” in their titles are less likely to be viewed and therefore have lower levels of exposure to viewers.

In this study, the researchers asked moviegoers to complete a questionnaire to gauge their attitudes toward movies with titles that contained a word that included “titties”.

Participants were also asked about the type of film they viewed.

The authors found that movies that did not use a word with a capital T were viewed more than those that used a word such as “bunny”.

The researchers say that this finding could have implications for public health policy.

“The fact that the majority of titles in movies use T-based wordplay is very interesting,” said the study’s lead author, Dr. David J. Lissauer.

“In a society where we have so much talk about T-bashing, the T-word is becoming an issue.”

Dr. Littauer, an assistant professor of psychology at the University of California, San Francisco, said the results of the study could help the public understand why certain movies are not rated as being of high enough quality.

“If you are a moviegoer, you probably know the word ‘titty’, but there is no reason why you would want to read about it in a movie,” he said.

“I think it is important to remember that movies are meant to be enjoyed and viewed by a wide range of people.”

According to Littaber, the movie industry is currently trying to improve the quality of the films it produces.

“It is not just a matter of getting rid of T-words, but getting rid in some cases of the titles that have those words in them,” he told ABC News.

“There are ways to get the word out that are good.”

While Dr. J. D. Griffiths, a professor of psychiatry and behavioral sciences at the Massachusetts General Hospital, said that while it’s possible that the T word was not the cause of the poor rating, the results may suggest that T-related words may not be a cause of poor ratings.

“As an epidemiologist, it is always interesting to look at what is the effect of specific words on what people like or don’t like,” Griffiths said.