22 Movie Pun Cartoons

Looking at these is cheaper than film school!

In this pun on the movie Blade Runner, we see a knife running.
Based on the book "Do Androids Dream of Electric Knives?"
In this pun on the concept (and also Ashton Kutcher movie) the Butterfly Effect, we see the butterfly affect: a butterfly talks to a beetle and the butterfly is acting very pretentiously quoting Nietzsche and the beetle responds: why are you talking like that?
I would watch Ashton Kutcher star in a movie about this.
In this pun on shooting stars, we see two stars (from the sky) shooting a movie.
Don't worry, they're shooting for a non-struck production! None of my cartoons cross the picket line.
In this play on the book/movie Gone with the Wind, we see "Gong with the Wind," a person standing at the ready to hit a gong once the breeze starts going. Yes, I do realize how asinine this is.
I would watch a 3 hour 42 minute movie about this.
In this pun on The Godfather and Cinderella's Fairy Godmother, we see Marlon Brando as Don Vito Corleone but with fairy wings and a wand telling Cinderella he's gonna make her an offer she can't refuse.
There's a lot more murder in this version of Cinderella.
A magic carpet talks to Aladdin, but it turns out, he doesn't fly, he actually just does close-up magic.
I can show you the world, but only if you first pick a card, any card.
The Da Vinci Building Code is a pun on the Dan Brown novel. Professor Langdon points at a painting of the Vitruvian Man and exclaims, "Aha! His arms must be pointing to where the wiring needs to go!"
You get approval for any new construction only if Mona Lisa smiles.
Some cardboard boxes work in an office.
Shockingly, some prefer this to box work-from-home.
A baby gives a wedding toast in this pun on the movie The Brave Little Toaster.
I would watch this movie.
Three eggs are dressed for theatrical roles: Leggolas (Legolas from Lord of the Rings), Homlette (Hamlet from Shakespeare), and the Yolker (The Joker from Batman).
Casting directors need to give eggs their big break! (Figuratively speaking, of course.)