That was not the most important factor here. It was this:
Registration is refused because the applied-for mark, as used on the specimen of record (1) is used only as the title of a single creative work, namely, the title of a specific film; and (2) does not function as a trademark to indicate the source of applicant’s goods and to identify and distinguish them from others.
In this case, the submitted specimen shows the applied-for mark, ANGRY VIDEO GAME NERD: THE MOVIE, appearing as a title of a film on a web page. Such use will be perceived by others as indicating the title of the film and not as a source indicator for motion picture films. There is no evidence in the application record that applicant’s film is part of a series of works, nor are there specimens or evidence in the record otherwise showing proper trademark use of the applied-for mark for the identified goods.