Poll: Top 25 six-word movie quotes ...
A poll by ElMaruecan82
Results of 4,007 votes:
Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope (1977)
The Godfather (1972)
Pulp Fiction (1994)
2001: A Space Odyssey (1968)
The Blues Brothers (1980)
Gone with the Wind (1939)
The Devil's Advocate (1997)
Night of the Living Dead (1968)
A Nightmare on Elm Street (2010)
Dirty Dancing (1987)
The Godfather: Part II (1974)
History of the World: Part I (1981)
Fatal Attraction (1987)
Out of Africa (1985)
Easy Rider (1969)
The Big Heat (1953)
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
Movies Where the Villain is the Hero
Who said the villain couldn't be the hero? Of course, the term is to be taken very loosely... in its "main protagonist" sense, and let's forget about gangster and horror pictures where it's pretty much a genre-defining trope. Which of these movies where the bad guy is the main character is your favorite? After voting, you might discuss the list here
The Twenty Five Greatest Films in History
As of April 23, 2016, the list below contains the 25 films in the History genre with the most votes and at least a rating of 7.0. Which do you think is the greatest film in the history (genre)? Discuss the list here
Best "Best Picture" - 1929 - 2009
Using the top 3 (or 4 depending on closeness) of each of the previous Best Picture Polls, which of them is the best so far? Vote on the others from here Discuss here
Favorite Character from a Single Male Name Titled Film
Which is the best character (not the best film)? Discuss the list here
Quid Pro Quo et Ultimatum Libido
All these titles have one thing in common, they are actually Latin nouns, names, adjectives or derivates from Latin verbs (with the exception of definite article 'the' that you might not consider and non included swords-and-sandals films like Gladiator (2000), Spartacus (1960) or Quo Vadis (1951), as they are more likely to have a Latin title) Which of these Latin-titled movies is your favorite? Discuss the list here, carpe diem and... Ars, Gratia, Artis!
Top 25 four-word movie quotes ...
1,2,3-word quote, 4-word quote rock! Which of these classic four-word movie quotes, would you say, is the most iconic? Discuss here
Best "Best Picture" 1980 - 1989
What is the best "best picture" of this decade? Discuss here
Films Once, But No Longer, in AFI's Greatest 100
The following movies were all on American Film Institute's original list of the "100 Greatest American Films of All Time," released in 1998, but not on their subsequent "Greatest 100" list, compiled for 2007, as new films became eligible and time changed perspective. If it were up to you, which one would you most like to see back on AFI's "Greatest" list? Discuss here
Movies that Begin with the Ending
What is your favorite movie that begins with the ending? This list only includes those that are rated 8.00 or more. Discuss the list here.
Favorite Best Picture Music Oscar Nominee?
Which of these Best Picture Oscar-nominated music movies whose main character(s) are involved in the creation or performance of music* is your favorite? *composers, singers, musicians, managers, venue owners, etc. For the purpose of this question, a music genre movie is defined as a movie whose plot is dominated by the performance or creation of music (vocal, instrumental, or mechanical sounds having rhythm, melody, or harmony). In contrast to a musical genre movie, which combines songs interwoven into the narrative, spoken dialogue, acting and sometimes dance. Those movies that have both elements would fit into the music and musical genres. Discuss the topic here.
Scariest not-meant-to-be-scary poster...
These posters are not supposed to be scary but when you look at them long enough, some images can get so unsettling that you'd think twice before hanging it in your bedroom. Which of these posters best fits this description? Discuss here
Seven stories have won the Tony Award for Best Play, Best Musical, or Best Revival (Musical or Play) and then have also won the Academy Award for Best Picture (not necessarily in the same year). Which of these Tony/Oscar crossovers is your favorite? Discuss here: http://www.imdb.com/board/bd0000088/flat/241478439
Which one would have won?
If all these movies had been nominated to Best Picture in the Oscars, which one would have won? Counting the number of nominations of this year, 9. And considering these movies in the way they were released in theaters, not counting director's cut. Discuss here http://www.imdb.com/board/bd0000088/thread/228412463?d=228412463#228412463
Best "Best Picture" of the last 35 years
Out of these best pictures of the last 35 years, which one is your favorite? After voting, you may discuss the poll here.
Best 'Adapted' Biopic
These are top 35 highest rated Biography genre films based on Adapted screenplays. Which one is your favorite? Discuss the list here Also Available: Best 'Original' Biopic
Broadway to Hollywood Stage Play Adaptations
Broadway is where the musical reigns supreme. Regardless, non-musical stage plays still find a niche and can become just as big when they make the move to Hollywood. Which big non-musical movie adaptation became even bigger when it flipped coasts? Which non-musical movie based on a successful Broadway stage play became the best Hollywood movie adaptation? * Broadway or Off-Broadway Discuss the topic here.
Director's Cut/Extended Edition Movies
Which of these director's cuts or extended editions do you think improved the film? Ps. I have only included movies that have a rating above 7.5/10. Discuss here
Your Favorite Music Genre
What is your favorite music genre? Discuss
What is your favorite one-word titled Best Picture winner?
I'm not sure whether having a one-word title brings good luck to movies in terms of Award-winning, but numbers never lie: more than 25% of Best Picture Oscar winners have only one word in the title. Whether defining an unforgettable setting ("Casablanca", "Titanic" or "Chicago") a real-life legend ("Gandhi", "Amadeus" or "Patton"), a fictional icon ("Rocky", "Gladiator" or "Hamlet") or a quality embracing the film's spirit ("Unforgiven", "Bravehart" or "Platoon") most of these films stood the test of time and became undeniable classics. Their status called for a poll ... so which of these 22 on-word titled Best Picture winners is your personal favorite? Discuss this poll at http://www.imdb.com/board/bd0000088/thread/220740783