News Twitter Is Giving Movies Millennial-Friendly Titles and It's TOO. REAL. By Isabel Jones Isabel Jones Instagram Twitter Isabel is an Oregon-born and Brooklyn-based writer and editor with a special interest in pop culture. InStyle's editorial guidelines Updated on October 26, 2017 @ 12:45PM Pin Share Tweet Email Photo: Miramax, Warner Brothers, Pixar, Universal Pictures, Paramount Pictures, Focus Features, Twentieth Century Fox, Courtesy In the darkest of times, the Internet does what it’s best known for—making us laugh. This week, Twitter hashtag #MillennialAMovie began trending, and it honestly made these stormy October days worth slogging through. The concept is simple and very Twitter-esque: You modify a movie title so it appeals to the Instagram and avocado toast-obsessed set. It’s deceptively easy, and also a little too on the nose for us millennials (re: “Get Rich or Die Trying to Pay Off Student Loans”). VIDEO: Ariana Grande's Adorable Twitter Meltdown Below are some of our faves. We'd travel through time to find a reliable connection, too. If Meg Ryan's still starring, we're in. TOO REAL^^. We're not laughing, Scott. BRB, laughing through the pain of our crippling debt and Tinder-induced Carpal Tunnel.