So I was just browing IMDB and I get to the page for "A.I. Artificial Intelligence". On their site, which is utilizes user-submitted information, the film is called "Artificial Intelligence A.I.". Now, if I remember correctly, the title screen on the movie does begin with the words "Artificial Intelligence", the lower-case letters fade out and the capital "A" and "I" get closer together to form "A.I." I understand that the words "Artificial Intelligence" appear on-screen prior to the initials but it's a known fact that the film was written, produced and advertised as "A.I. Artificial Intelligence". I have no desire to ever see "Alien vs. Predator" again but I think something similar happens with that title screen and, of course, it is now listed as "AvP: Alien vs. Predator" on IMDB. My whole point is that some people slavishly adhere to the technicality of unusual title design. Take "Apocalypse Now" for example. There is no title card on the film, the title only appears written on a rock towards the end. Take "Batman Forever" for example. The word "Batman" appears nowhere on the title screen, it is replaced by the Batman symbol and the words "Forever" appear across it. IMDB wisely lists the film as "Batman Forever" but some anal-retentive user still had to include "Forever" as one of the film's alternate titles. Another example is "Seven". The title screen cleverly uses the number "7" in place of the letter "v" and I see someone casually discussing the film on the internet and I see that they write it out like "Se7en" and I almost cringe to imagine the person going to the trouble to hit "7" instead of "v". This may be a whole other ball of wax, but Paul Thomas Anderson's "Hard Eight" is listed on IMDB as "Sydney", which was the film's original title. PTA has said that he personally prefers "Sydney" as a title but let's face it, the film was released as "Hard Eight". So, who's with me? An unusual title sequence or a director's original wishes don't always apply to the reality of the situation. If you go into a video store with a list of "Forever", "nameless vietnam film", "Se7en", "Sydney", "AvP: Alien vs. Predator" and "Artificial Intelligence: A.I." you probably aren't going to be able to find them.