Ah.... alright... thanks for the opinion but I was confused with what you meant by alluding other titles... can you explain that to me?
If your title is similar, and it makes the reader think of the other title, that's an allusion. If you ignore that allusion entirely, then it makes the reader feel cheated; but if you use that allusion, then the reader feels clever AND a little more comfortable with your story.
For example, with your title... "Walking with Dinosaurs" was a "nature documentary" where all the animals (dinosaurs) were long dead and had to be simulated with computer animation. The important point is it was a nature documentary about dinosaurs.
Now suppose your story, "Walking with Dragons", is about a bunch of books that walk and talk, and all the books about dragons band together to take over the library, and the other books have to fight a war against them. There your title is at best a weak allusion. The story has no similarity to the documentary. I don't think anyone would hold it against you, but you wouldn't get much benefit from it.
Now suppose instead your story is about a documentary film crew who finds a portal to a world where dragons exist, and they travel through the portal to make a nature documentary about dragons. Now your allusion is very strong. The reader who knows the original documentary says, "Hey, cool, I get it!" They start filling in details in their heads. Simply by using a carefully chosen allusion, you make the reader more comfortable with your story.
Your idea may be like one of these, or different. Your title can work in either case. An allusion is only a weak tool anyway, since not everybody knows the original. But if you have a really famous allusion, you should probably avoid it. I don't care how appropriate "Star Warriors" is as a title, you're just going to put off readers with it.
A separate note about titles here on the forum: you're using a pseudonym here, so it's OK that you mentioned your story title. I'm using my real name, so I should NEVER do that. The contest is supposed to be anonymous; and on rare occasions, one of the judges reads these posts. I would hate to have a potentially winning story get disqualified because I accidentally broke anonymity. It's OK that you used your title here, but I would be careful not to give too many details in the future.
I hope this helps, and good luck! It's good to have you here!
Martin L. Shoemaker
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