Poll: Best Alfred Hitchcock Movie
A poll by Paok-Kilkis
Results of 4,319 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 Lady Vanishes (1938)
Mr. & Mrs. Smith (1941)
The Man Who Knew Too Much (1956)
Family Plot (1976)
The Trouble with Harry (1955)
The Wrong Man (1956)
Foreign Correspondent (1940)
Torn Curtain (1966)
Stage Fright (1950)
The Paradine Case (1947)
I Confess (1953)
Favorite Edith Head Oscar Nominated/Winner for Costume Design
Edith Head was nominated for thirty-five Academy Awards for Costume Design, winning eight times. Many years, she competed against herself for the award (actually winning both sides of a tie in 1951). Which of the movies costumed by Edith Head do you think had the best costuming? Discuss here: http://www.imdb.com/board/bd0000088/flat/254103288 Note: Edith was parodied in The Incredibles as "Edna E. Mode," the character that the Parr family goes to for their super costumes.
Greatest Romantic Leading ladies
If playing a romantic hero is kind of a stigma for actors to be taken seriously, for actresses is even harder but again being a great romantic heroine or romantic leading lady it takes more than just looking pretty on screen and delivering the lines. Who is your favorite? Discuss this list here
Bow Ties are Cool!
Everybody Loves Bow ties. Well, some people anyway. Okay, most people don't like bow ties but there are some people who can pull it off. Who do you think looks the coolest rocking a bow tie? You can see the board here.
Most Prolific Actress Oscar Has Ever Seen
Kevin Bacon once claimed to have worked with everyone in Hollywood or someone they had worked with after his first thirty films. His comment was the catalyst for the creation of the pop culture game, "Six Degrees of Kevin Bacon". Bess Flowers never made such a boast, but could have easily made the claim in her day. Flowers was known as the "Queen of Hollywood Extras" appearing in over eight hundred movies plus hundreds of TV episodes and short films too. She holds the record for most feature film appearances by an actor, as well as both the records for most appearances in an Oscar nominated title at one hundred and sixty-eight and most appearances in a Best Picture nominee at twenty-three. So frequent were her appearances, diehard film fans would make a game of spotting her in movies. Bess Flowers' Oscar Nominated Movie List Which of these select Oscar nominated movies featuring Bess Flowers is your favorite? Discuss the topic here.
Battle of the Sexes
Which of these battle of the sexes in films do you want to cheer on? Discuss here
Donnerwetter! German Movie Title Translations
Which of these German translations, even if far from the original, works best as a movie title? There have already been Wackiest Spanish Translation of a Movie Title, Weirdest Italian Title Translation and Sacrebleu! Films whose French titles are better .... Discuss here
Which Is the Most Suspenseful Film of Alfred Hitchcock?
Alfred Hitchcock is considered the master of suspense. Which one of his films do you think is the most suspenseful? If you think is a film that is not in the list, please comment it. Discuss this poll here
Top 25 eight-word movie quotes...
Which of these 25 eight-word movie quotes do you think is the most memorable? Discuss here
Women in White Dresses
Which of these characters in a white dress is your favorite? *No women with wedding dresses Discuss the list here!
Hitchcock Scenes that Give You Vertigo
Acrophobia, or fear of heights, is explicitly mentioned in Vertigo. However, director Alfred Hitchcock was notorious for using altitudes in other movies as well. In fact, he seemed to be spellbound by them and the suspicion is that in the mind of the 'master of suspense', physical high points and emotional highlights were linked together. From these Hitchcock scenes involving heights, abysses, and falls, which most likely gives you vertigo? SPOILERS ahead! Discuss here Thank you urbanemovies for contributions to the options!
I Want to Go There on My Next Holiday!
Which of these films shot on location in beautiful places would most entice you to pack your bags and hop on the next plane to see the place for yourself? Discuss the list here: http://www.imdb.com/board/bd0000088/thread/224568695
Grace or Gene? Kelly vs. Kelly
A singer in the rain full of grace and a Grace full of glam and splendor... an amuser and a muse, an American in Paris and an American in Monaco... Each are American screen legends. Each have graced the silver screen during the classic era, most significantly in the early 50's. Each were gratified a spot in the AFI's list of greatest screen-legends of American History. Each are named G---e Kelly. Which of Grace or Gene Kelly do you think is the most iconic legend? After voting, you might discuss the list here
60 years after "Lady and the Tramp" : 1955 Classic Romances ...
Celebrating the 60th anniversary of one of the most romantic movies ever : Lady and the Tramp (1955), which of these other classic romances from 1955 is your favorite? Discuss here
France Outside of Paris
France is dominated by its capital and largest city, Paris; this is also noticeable in cinema. However, let's shine a light on a few of the country's other interesting places. Which French city apart from Paris has been the most interesting setting for films? (the films listed for each city are only examples to help voters' memories) Discuss here
Rich Female Characters
Which of these female rich characters is your favorite? Discuss the list here! Rich Characters here!
Diamonds are a Girl's Best Friend
Or at least jewels are... Whose jewels would you love to wear? Or if you are a man whose jewels would you give to the lady of your heart to wear? For enquiries or to arrange finance you can contact us 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)
Most Stylish Onscreen Couple
Which of these films do you think features the most stylish couple in the sense of sheer elegance and fashion?
Putting Away Your Whites for Winter
In particular communities in the US, Labor Day (first Monday in September) signals the end of summer. As the same communities consider white clothes are purely for summer a saying has risen, "No white after Labor Day." In the film Serial Mom, Kathleen Turner actually murdered Patty Hearst for breaking the rule. Which of these most famous white movie costumes will you miss the most? Discuss the list here * wedding dresses are not included as there are separate polls for them
Favourite Hitchcock with Grant or Stewart?
James Stewart & Alfred Hitchcock and Cary Grant & Alfred Hitchcock are two of the most well-known actor & director collaborations. What film, of the eight between the two actors and Hitch, is your favourite? http://www.imdb.com/board/bd0000088/nest/233803654