Poll: Best Alfred Hitchcock Movie
A poll by Paok-Kilkis
Results of 3,902 votes:
Rear Window (1954)
North by Northwest (1959)
The Man Who Knew Too Much (1934)
The Birds (1963)
The Lodger: A Story of the London Fog (1927)
Dial M for Murder (1954)
Strangers on a Train (1951)
The 39 Steps (1935)
To Catch a Thief (1955)
Shadow of a Doubt (1943)
The Man Who Knew Too Much (1956)
Mr. & Mrs. Smith (1941)
The Lady Vanishes (1938)
Family Plot (1976)
The Trouble with Harry (1955)
Foreign Correspondent (1940)
The Wrong Man (1956)
Torn Curtain (1966)
Stage Fright (1950)
The Paradine Case (1947)
I Confess (1953)
50s Psychological Thrillers
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If Your Life Was a Movie, What Genre Would It Be?
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BBC's 25 Greatest American Films
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Bond Films Sans Bond
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'All Aboard... Your Favorite Train Flick
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10 Favourite Alfred Hitchcock Movies
1899 - 1980 "Some films are slices of life, mine are slices of cake."
Louis Jourdan, RIP.
We are saddened to hear of the recent passing of French actor Louis Jourdan. After starting his acting career in 1939, he and his brothers worked with the French Resistance during WWII. In 1948 David O. Selznick invited him to Hollywood and his career took off. He appeared in over 80 roles from the 1930s to the 1990s, often playing an old-fashioned Continental lover. Which of Jourdan's most popular films is your favorite? Discuss the list here
Imagine the same poster with another movie's title ...
(Inspired by hb's 'double features' poll) Imagine if we kept the same movie poster, but replaced the original title by one from another film. Which of these 35 combos would be the funniest? (Interesting fact, Presidents of the United States inspired many interesting options) Discuss here
Non Best Picture Nominees from AFI's Best Pictures
Out of the 100 all-time greatest American movies according to the American Film Institute, only 24 were not nominated for the Best Picture Oscar despite the fact that they were eligible and had gained iconic status shortly after their release. Assuming that most of these movies deserved at least a Best Picture nod, which one, would you say, should have actually won the Oscar? In other words, which non-Best Picture nominee is your 'Best Picture'? Discuss here In addition, the Best Picture nominees for each year of release, in capital letters, the BEST PICTURE of the year, and in bold letters, a film that made the AFI's Top 100 (ironically, 11 of the featured years didn't have a single Best Picture nominee that made the AFI's Top 100).
IMDb Top 250 Alphabet
As of 05/04/15, which letter has the best set of movies that begin with it in the IMDb Top 250? There are no Top 250 movies beginning with Q or Z. Discuss it here
She's too young to be their mother!
Sometimes the casting of a mother and child doesn't exactly follow the rules of logic. Which of these mother-child relationships was most believable to you, despite the fact that the "mother" was too young to have given birth to the "child"? Discuss the list here
Most Suspenseful 1940s Hitchcock Film?
Everyone knows who Alfred Hitchcock was - a very prolific director, considered to be the best ever, and one who failed to win the Best Director Oscar. Shame. However, he did direct a Best Picture winner in Rebecca (1940), which propels us into this poll: What's your vote for the most suspenseful Hitchcock film from the 1940s? Are you ready? Discuss here: http://www.imdb.com/board/bd0000088/nest/254677955
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You're checking in at the famous New York Plaza Hotel...
...which of these movies' characters who've also stayed there in their movies, would you most like to run into there? Discuss the list here.
Hitch' Number Five ...
You're doing a top five list of the best Alfred Hitchcock films, and you've already got Rear Window (1954), Vertigo (1958), North by Northwest (1959) and Psycho (1960)* – what takes the fifth spot? Discuss here * (these 4 films are both listed on IMDb Top 250 and the American Film Institute's Top 100 Greatest Movies, they're the four movies to appear on the "Known For" section on Alfred Hitchcock's page, and they are generally regarded as his most classic movies)
Poll Board Recommendations: Greatest Movie Scenes
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Ready Player One!
Two of the best video-game movies aren't actually based on video games: Tom Cruise's Edge of Tomorrow (2014) AKA Live Die Repeat: Edge of Tomorrow and Scott Pilgrim vs the World (2010). Which of these action/thriller movies would you love to play as its protagonist in a 1st Person video game? Bring a roll or two of quarters to the IMDb arcade here!
Hollywood, don't even think about remaking or rebooting this classics! Or else, you're going to be in big trouble! Sometimes you just can't beat the original, so why even try? These movies (1999-below) are best well-known to be a classic and proved to be untouchable because it already have all of its perfection we we're looking for in a film. Do you remember when Hollywood decided to remake Hitchcock’s “Psycho”, one of the greatest film of all time, and it fails because it never captures the greatness of its original? Well, we hoped that these films won’t have the same fate like that one. Which of these classic films you don't want Hollywood to remake or reboot it? Note: I’m excluding animated films like “Toy Story” and franchises that have inspired spinoffs or expanded universes like “Star Wars.” And I’m also excluding classic films that already have a remake, like “Psycho”. Discuss here