The Top Ten Cameron Movie Names From Twitter

No Country for Old People, the Sick, the Young, the Vulnerable and the best of your #CameronMovieNames from Twitter.
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No Country for Old People, the Sick, the Young, the Vulnerable and the best of your #CameronMovieNames from Twitter.

In the week that David Cameron called for money to be taken away from small-scale, independent cinema in favour of blockbusters, Twitter users have combined their love of film with their loathing for the PM with #CameronMovieNames.

Here's our top 10 favourites:

This deft tweet from @nigenet (Nigel Moss) perfectly encapsulates life in Britain under Cameron and a Tory government: No Country for Old People, the Sick, the Young, the Vulnerable...

Okay, so this one from @AhirShah (Ahir Shah) isn't the pithiest, but it's bloody funny: The Person Who Never Got A Chance To Be The Graduate

@captainrobs (Robs) mocked Cameron's ties to the infamous Oxford University 'dinning club' with: Raging Bullingdon Club

@DanCarpenter85 (Daniel Carpenter) gave a nod to another Oxford graduate and fellow insufferable shitbag Toby Young, with this gem: How to Lose Friends and Alienate People

@MankyGitt (Kieren King) also got stuck into DC's privileged education: East of Eton

Big bad @johnprescott (John Prescott) smacked Cameron on the chops with a beauty: Dial M For Murdoch

Simple but effective from @Stephen__McL (Stephen McLoughlin): Saving Private Healthcare

Cameron's performance in this movie would be imbued with Churchill's "bulldog spirit", of course. @allymcgeorge (Alastair McGeorge): Ten Things I hate about EU

Silly, but brilliant. @HeartOnStick (Will Husbands): The Snobfather

We've saved the best till last. Who's it by? @SabotageTimes, of course: Robin Cunt

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