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Movies Told in Flashback

As our main character reminisces, we watch a story of their past come to life. Which of these films told in flashback is your favorite? After voting, you may discuss the poll here.

IMDb Top 250 Foreign Language Film (Non Animated)

These are top 35 highest rated foreign language (non english) non animated films from the IMDb Top 250 list as of 10th March 2015. Which one is your favorite? Discuss the list here

Which Year is Your Highest Rated on IMDb (1980-2014)?

Which year has the highest average rating for its releases from you? You can find this out in the ratings distribution part on your profile under Top-Rated Years. Each year is represented by its highest rated movie. Discuss it here. Vote in the poll for 1945 to 1979 here

Who's that "Gueule"?

The French word "Gueule" usually referring to an animal's mouth, is also used to define a mug, an ugly or intimidating one, nothing really pleasant to look at anyway. But in French Cinema, the word has become a 'term of endearment' describing a face exuding a natural charisma whether for its rugged beauty, its intimidating look or some unique oddity. So if Norma Desmonds said, "we had faces," a French nostalgic movie lover would say, "we had some 'gueules'" and he would be right because the early generations of French actors (debuts before 1960) were full of these 'gueules'. So, which one would you say is or was the most cinematically appealing? Discuss here

Characters Who Just Can't Be Hanged!

All these people are characters who survived a hanging or beat the hangman's noose. Who is your favorite? To discuss the list, click here.

Your Favorite Ennio Morricone Drama Soundtrack?

One of the greatest and most underrated composers of all time, Ennio Morricone will be best remembered for his late 60's/early 70's work on Spaggetti Westerns. Having scored a staggering 500+ films (and counting), Morricone has provided audiences with many memorable soundtracks. Selection is taken from his most highly regarded and award winning work. This poll focuses on his work in drama. From this list, which drama has your favorite Morricone score? Discuss the list here Choose Your Favorite Ennio Morricone Crime Soundtrack Here Choose Your Favorite Ennio Morricone Western Soundtrack Here Choose Your Favorite Ennio Morricone Horror Soundtrack Here

Werner Herzog's Madness

Werner Herzog has established himself the reputation as a filmmaker who would go anywhere and struggle with all kinds of difficulties in order to get his films made. Fittingly, many of his works are about megalomaniac larger-than-life figures lost in exotic places, like jungles and deserts. Which fact most illustrates Werner Herzog's eccentricity? You can also vote in Werner Herzog's Madness - Part 2 Discuss here

TimeOut's 35 Best Movies of All Time.

TimeOut magazine polled 83 working actors for their personal top 10 films and used those lists to make a list of 100 Best Movies of All Time. Here we have the top 35 films from that poll. Which of these is #1 on your list? Discuss the list here

The "Simpsons" Kissing Montage ...

One of the greatest sequences from The Simpsons (1989) (Stealing First Base (2010)) inspired by Cinema Paradiso (1988), features a montage of unforgettable kiss scenes from movies and TV... with some odd inclusions, to say the least. Which of these 'kissing' moments is your personal favorite? (some scenes didn't have the right picture, they're described in blue) Discuss here

IMDb Poll Board Favorite Foreign Language Films

These are non-animated films spoken in a different language than English, chosen by the members of the IMDb Poll Board. Which of them is your favorite? Discuss here *Poll inspired by IMDb Poll Board members Dibyayan_Chakravorty, ahmad-zia and dan_dassow.

Film - a School Subject?

Should Film, with regard to its history, techniques and interpretations, be taught in public schools? Discuss here

How old were you when you saw your first foreign language film?

How old were you when you saw your first foreign language (a film in a language different from your own native born language and not dubbed into your language either) film? Discuss your answer here: http://www.imdb.com/board/bd0000088/nest/228710263

Favorite oft-adapted male literary character from the 19th century

A list of male literary characters who first appeared in the 19th century, often adapted in movies. Limited to protagonist and/or title characters. Discuss the list here.

Viewing It's a Wonderful Life

It's a Wonderful Life (1946) has become one of the most beloved Christmas Holiday movies, and over the years it has become popular in newer movies to show characters viewing clips of the movie, and sometimes commenting on it. What is your favorite movie which features clips from It's a Wonderful Life (1946)? Discuss the list here.

MORE Powerful Movie Scenes With Minimal Dialogue

As Norma Desmond once said, "We didn't need dialogue. We had faces." Though she may have meant this in a different context, we understood the subtext - sometimes, the most powerful moments in a film can be conceived without any dialogue at all. We often associate powerful movie scenes with some intense action or an intense exchange of words. However, these scenes had little to no dialogue and still resonated with us for being as iconic as they were silent. By the end, you may have felt emotionally drained or inexplicably moved, but the catch is that such was achieved without the primary usage of dialogue. So which of these powerful movie scenes, that had little to no dialogue, resonated with you the most? (Please note: TV shows, silent movies or scenes that are montages, like the introduction to Up (2009), though beloved by many, will be excluded from this list.) After voting, SPOILER: you may convey your thoughts here. Also vote for: Powerful Movie Scenes With Minimal Dialogue

IMDb Poll Board: Happy Ending

"Cowboys don't cry, and heroes don't die. Good always wins, again and again. And love is a sweet dream, that always comes true. Oh if life were like the movies, I'd never be blue" ("Here In The Real World" by Alan Jackson) Life is full of disappointments, heartbreaks, shattered dreams, and more than anything, the painful realization, that the real life is not a fairy tale, and it's not always end with, "and they lived happily ever after". Movies allow us to escape from our daily life, and remind us, that in spite of everything, there is a hope for humanity. Which of these happy movie endings is your favorite? Remember: All the movies were suggested by IMDb users. Happy Discussion here

IMDb All-time Top 250: The 1980s

Only twenty films have been ranked in every IMDb Top 250 year end list (1996-2014) and were made in the 1980s. Which one do you consider the best? 1970s <<< Vote Other Decades >>> 1990s Discuss the list here

February 29: The Bissextile Poll...

As of February 29th, 2016, these are the 29 IMDb highest-rated movies released during bissextile (or leap) years since the beginning of the 20th century, which one is your favorite? Discuss here

If You Published a Book About Cinema...

... and decided your cover photo should be a still frame featuring a movie character looking at a big screen, which image would you pick? After voting, you might discuss the list here (sorry if some pics aren't exactly well-adjusted for the poll format)

Characters Featured In Empire And Premiere's Best Characters Lists

In 2004, Both Empire Magazine and Premiere Magazine released their lists of 100 Greatest Film Characters Of All Time. These are the characters that featured in both of these lists. Which one of these characters is your favorite ? Discuss Here