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Today's Framed answer and tips: Wordle for movie lovers solution, Friday, May 27

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Framed is the latest free game to spring out of the Wordle (opens in new tab)craze, and it's perfect for any film buff who wants to put their movie knowledge to the test.

Today we're looking at Framed #77, a classic Spielberg summer blockbuster.

Whether you're after hints for the latest movie, previous Framed answers, or just want a few general tips to get better at guessing future Framed movies, this guide is here to help.

Today's Framed answer: hints 

Drawing a blank? If you're stuck staring at the pictures from today's movie, maybe one of our clues will nudge you in the right direction:

  • It was released in 1975
  • Stars Robert Shaw, Roy Scheider and Richard Dreyfuss
  • Features an iconic theme song written by John Williams
  • It was nominated for Best Picture at the Oscars

Previous Framed answers

If you want to see which other movies have been used already, we've listed some of the most recent answers below:

  • Framed #76: 28 Days Later
  • Framed #75: About Time
  • Framed #74: Birds of Prey
  • Framed #73: The Lighthouse
  • Framed #72: Kong: Skull Island
  • Framed #71: Joker
  • Framed #70: Eyes Wide Shut
  • Framed #69: Bird Box
  • Framed #68: Isle of Dogs
  • Framed #67: Midsommar
  • Framed #66: Good Will Hunting
  • Framed #65: 10 Cloverfield Lane
  • Framed #64: Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade
  • Framed #63: Moonlight 
  • Framed #62: Guardians of the Galaxy
  • Framed #61: Requiem For A Dream
  • Framed #60: Les Misérables
  • Framed #59: No Country For Old Men
  • Framed #58: 1917
  • Framed #57: The Imitation Game
  • Framed #56: Godzilla: King of The Monsters!
  • Framed #55: The Godfather: Part 2
  • Framed #54: 127 Hours
  • Framed #53: Brokeback Mountain
  • Framed #52: The Truman Show
  • Framed #51: Dawn of the Planet of the Apes
  • Framed #50: Inception
  • Framed #49: 300
  • Framed #48: Alien: Resurrection (check out our how to watch the Alien films in order guide)
  • Framed #47: District 9
  • Framed #46: A Quiet Place
  • Framed #45: Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance)
  • Framed #44: Wall-E
  • Framed #43: Gone Girl
  • Framed #42: BlacKkKlansman
  • Framed #41: Jackie Brown
  • Framed #40: Pineapple Express
  • Framed #39: Rocketman
  • Framed #38: Hereditary
  • Framed #37: Pan's Labyrinth
  • Framed #36: A Fistful of Dollars
  • Framed #35: One Hour Photo
  • Framed #34 Schindler's List 
  • Framed #33: Scott Pilgrim vs. The World
  • Framed #32: The Exorcist
  • Framed #31: Blade Runner 2049
  • Framed #30: Back to the Future Part II
  • Framed #29: Black Panther 
  • Framed #28: Groundhog Day 
  • Framed #27: Dawn of the Dead (1978)
  • Framed #26: Shutter Island
  • Framed #25: O Brother, Where Art Thou?
  • Framed #24: The Witch
  • Framed #23: Life of Pi
  • Framed #22: Boogie Nights
  • Framed #21: Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
  • Framed #20: Spirited Away
  • Framed #19: Hot Fuzz
  • Framed #18: GoodFellas
  • Framed #17: Ford V Ferrari 
  • Framed #16: Call Me By Your Name
  • Framed #15: Being John Malkovich
  • Framed #14: Shaun of the Dead
  • Framed #13: The Prestige
  • Framed #12: Night of the Living Dead (1968)
  • Framed #11: Halloween (1978)

Today's Framed answer

If you've taken a look at all of our hints but still haven't managed to crack what today's Framed answer is, we won't keep you in suspense any longer.

Framed #77 is...Jaws! Spielberg's classic creature feature sees the beach town of Amity Island plagued by a spate of shark attacks. Local police chief Martin Brody is then forced to hunt down the shark and save the population as Mayor Larry Vaughn is unwilling to keep the beaches closed.

As the death toll rises, Brody teams with oceanographer Matt Hooper and shark fisherman Quint to hunt the shark and put an end to its rampage.

Where to watch in the UK: Stream on Prime Video (opens in new tab)

Where to watch in the US: Rent on Prime Video (opens in new tab)

Framed tips — how to be great at Framed

If you're looking for a few tips to help you up your Framed game, we've got a few pointers that we think will help make the next movie just that little bit easier to guess.

  • Use the search bar: Framed only counts a guess once you submit an answer, meaning that one of the best tips we can offer is to try out as many alternatives before using up one of those precious six guesses. Next time you're guessing, try entering a few movie titles in the search bar without hitting "submit". This will help you check whether you're on the right lines.
  • Not every film is in Framed's database: this is another reason to use the search bar, as you won't find every single movie ever released in Framed's database. 
  • Watch out for movies with multiple titles: if there are alternate titles involved (like Framed 17, for example), your best bet seems to be going with whatever title was used in the US.
  • Look for clues: Since Framed is a visual game, your best option is simply to try and identify major themes or icons from each still — a close-up on a dashboard likely means cars play an important part in the movie, for example.
  • Actors: following on from the above tip, actors are likely your most obvious visual clue here. Certain directors favor particular actors, so if you recognize a famous face anywhere in the picture that might help you identify other characteristics from the movie.
  • Try narrowing things down by genre. Genre is by no means a failsafe, but if you've just unsuccessfully tried out a movie, try and think of similar films in the same genre to help dream up more guesses.

What is Framed?

Like other Wordle spin-offs, Framed puts a slight spin on the much-loved word game. Instead of asking you to guess a random word every day, Framed presents you with six different stills from a movie and tasks you with figuring out which film you're looking at. 

The objective is to try and guess in as few attempts as possible so you can show off your top-quality film knowledge. If you want to join in on the fun, head over to the Framed site. 

If you're after more games to play, there are plenty more Wordle alternatives out there for film fans. Star Wars lovers should definitely check out the Star Wars-themed version called SWordle (opens in new tab), and there's also Lordle of the Rings (opens in new tab) which is perfect for Tolkien buffs.

Martin Shore
Martin Shore

Martin is a Staff Writer with, where he produces a variety of articles focused on the latest and greatest films and TV shows. 

Some of his favorite shows are What We Do In The Shadows, Bridgerton, Gangs of London, The Witcher, Doctor Who, and Ghosts. When he’s not watching TV or at the movies, Martin’s probably still in front of a screen playing the latest video games, reading, or watching the NFL.