This Hot Question, "Movie about a boy who was born old and grew young" is easily answered by a quick search of the exact question...I would think at least a cursory Google/internet search would be almost required, no?
Or, if they did try, to show their attempts e.g. "I tried finding a movie where a boy is born old, but dies young, but couldn't using these search terms" or something similar?
I found this 2012 post on how to encourage more research effort, but what would I flag to close as? It's not a duplicate, and it's not too broad, nor any other category really. That post also suggests adding a comment - which I did, but was deleted by a moderator.
Is it considered somewhat "subjective", in what makes a question easily searchable or not? Or perhaps I'm overlooking part of what
story-identification does, or why such an easily answerable question would remain open.