Summer Movies: Top 5 movies you should see despite bad titles

Staff Writer
Columbus Alive

It's hard to tell what the hell studio execs were thinking when they named these.

"Get Him to the Greek"

Can you build an entire comedy around a scene-stealing supporting role? We say yes, as long as it stars the "Forgetting Sarah Marshall" Brit rocker Aldous Snow (Russell Brand).

"The Adjustment Bureau"

You know, there aren't enough mind-bendy sci-fi romance movies. This movie, adapted from a Philip K. Dick short story and starring Matt Damon, aims to remedy that.

"Scott Pilgrim vs. The World"

Michael Cera must defeat his new girlfriend's evil exes to win her heart in this comic-book comedy. We've been there, man.

"Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Undead"

Bad title or awesome title? We've long been waiting for someone - anyone - to combine Shakespeare and sexy vampires. The wait is over.

"Dinner for Schmucks"

We have director Jay Roach to thank for the similarly terribly titled "Meet the Fockers," but nothing will keep us away from the lovable comic duo of Paul Rudd and Steve Carell.