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What do you do with a movie title if you use it in an eassy paper you have to write? Do you underline it? or put it in quotes? Or what are you suppose to do with it?
I would put it in quotes.
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like "The Pirates of the Caribbean"
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or, in a complete sentence...

in spite of johnny depp's sexiness, "the pirates of the caribbean" sucked as a film.
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Putting it in quotes would be incorrect. If using a computer, italics is most correct. The equivelant of italics is underlining.
First of all Johnny Depp is not sexy and "The Pirates of the Carribean" as it should be represented, with capital letters where appropriate, was a delightfully entertaining movie. I apologize in advance for any grammatical or spelling errors that might be present in this post seeing as how I don't feel like re-reading it in an attempt for prose perfection.

You underline a movie title. 100% sure.
what do you do with a movie title?
Underline it! According to the proper and current MLA format that I have been taught.
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