Although an answer already has been accepted I think that the general question on being to easy on [identify-this-movie] has not really been addressed yet.
I wonder how we could be less easy, if we should be at all. The voting and flagging mechanism is a strong instrument to deal with people that abuse the community in any way. I see identify-this questions generally getting lots of upvotes. Currently, only one is voted down (OK, probably others we removed, I don't know). So is there really an issue with this specific tag?
Low quality posts is a problem on all Stack Exchange sites (at least, the ones I visit), but it is always hard to fathom the reasons of the poor quality. Unless you've got a crystal ball you can't really tell whether someone is lazy. Maybe he/she is not very effective in searching the internet (I know some people...), maybe not very eloquent, maybe wrestling with the language. Votes will reveal the common feeling about a question. And if someone is kind enough to answer the question, fine!
So I'm not denying that low quality posts are a problem, they are, but I think it is hard to identify them, especially in one specific area, and the tooling to deal with them is sufficient.
lmitfy.com("let me IMDB that for you") site to refer these OPs to.