The importance of avoiding spoiling a movie for those who haven't seen it is often stressed in today's world of social media and quick Internet buzz.

However, the title of certain movies can give spoilers away immediately. Here are some examples…

The Empire Strikes Back

Particularly when it occurs in the opening chapter of a trilogy, blowing up the Death Star is not something you can just do and get away with.

However, the title should have dispelled any concerns you might have had about part two (or part five for purists) being mostly about the villains exacting their retribution.

Death of a Salesman

"Death of a Salesman" is not a lofty, symbolic title, despite its stage debut under the direction of renowned playwright Arthur Miller.

It's a good bet for certain people, but it's also quite literal. As the title suggests, the salesperson (Willy Loman) is the one who passes away in the end, so prepare yourself for his demise.

Saving Private Ryan

The title they chose is nevertheless somewhat informative, even if it may have been more accurate if they had called it "We Saved Private Ryan".

Despite being predicted, the fact that Private Ryan is saved when they locate him is nevertheless a remarkable accomplishment in light of the film's shockingly high death and devastation toll.

The Shawshank Redemption

We cheer for Andy Dufresne (Tim Robbins), who was unfairly imprisoned for the death of his wife, to receive the justice he so richly deserves throughout the entire movie.

The Cowardly Murder of Jesse James by Robert Ford

This title is not only difficult to remember but also gives away the ending in great detail.

No matter how closely you cling to Brad Pitt, you already know that he will perish in the end.

The Hangover

The Hangover is one of the must-see casino movies, despite the fact that it centers on the hunt for a missing groom-to-be. It gives the most inflated impression of Las Vegas and its casinos. This movie will make you want to play at an online casino and chuckle since it stars Zach Galifianakis, Bradley Cooper, Justin Bartha, and Ed Helms.

Four men who travelled to Las Vegas for a stag night, Doug, Alan, Stu, and Phil, woke up the next morning with the worst hangovers of their lives. Even if they are unable to remember much from the previous evening, they will always remember the trip to Las Vegas.

The Virgin Suicides

Take note that the phrase "The Virgin Suicides" is plural. So don't expect the self-inflicted deaths to cease any time soon when the film starts with one of the five Lisbon sisters flinging herself out of her window onto an iron fence.

Kill Bill

Did anybody honestly believe Bill would survive a two-volume story built around the idea of his murder, to the point that the catchy rhyme suggested his impending demise?

(Not that being aware of Bill's impending death ever diminished the magnificence of Uma Thurman's rage.)

The Way We Were

Just let them know that the movie is named "The Way We Were" and not "The Way We Are" if you ever see this film with someone and they become extremely angry about the fact that Robert Redford and Barbara Streisand don't end up together happily ever after.

And Then There Were None

This Agatha Christie murder mystery is a straightforward game of numbers. A carefully chosen group of vacationers are eliminated one by one until there are "none" left.

Eating Raoul

The title "Eating Raoul" is as literal as it can be, despite how absurd it may appear.

If you haven't watched this dark comedy from 1982, let's just say that a character by the name of Raoul is served up and consumed in "Soylent Green" fashion.

Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan.

The summary is more or less contained in the title of Sacha Baron Cohen's bumbling Kazakhstan reporter's entrance into his own feature film. In order to better his own nation and learn from American culture, the reporter films a documentary there.

Free Willy

The result is the same whether you interpret the title as a directive or a descriptive name: Willy will soon be set free.