Poll: RIP Franco Zeffirelli
A poll by Paok-Kilkis
Results of 256 votes:
Jesus of Nazareth (1977)
Romeo and Juliet (1968)
The Taming of the Shrew (1967)
Endless Love (1981)
Tea with Mussolini (1999)
Brother Sun, Sister Moon (1972)
Jane Eyre (1996)
The Champ (1979)
La traviata (1982)
Callas Forever (2002)
Young Toscanini (1988)
Shakespeare in the Original Klingon
Klingon Chancellor Gorkon states, "You've not experienced Shakespeare until you have read him in the original Klingon," in Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country (1991). Which of these Klingon language Shakespearean films would you most like to see? After voting, please discuss here. = = = tlhIngan SeQpIr Sep tlhIngan Qang ghorqon, neHqu' legh "SeQpIr chu' qaStaHvIS tlhIngan Hol, " qaStaHvIS Hov leng loS: mISbe'chugh. nIb law' tlhIngan Hol mIllogh qonwI' qoSta' SeQpIr 'oH lulegh 'ach ghaytan SoH? qaSpu'DI' DawIvpu', nuqneH ja'chuq naDev.
Movies at 50 in 2018
Movies released in 1968 are now 50 years old. This poll includes the top rated 35 of the 3,346 movies released in 1968. Which one of these is your favorite? After voting, you may discuss the poll here. 2015 << Movies at 50 in >> 2019 Also vote for: Movies at 25 in 2018 | Movies at 75 in 2018
William Shakespeare Inspired Movie Adaptations
William Shakespeare (1564-1616) is the most adapted writer in the history of cinema and has averaged over 10 screen adaptations credits a year over the past 115 years. In honor of his work, a retrospective of the most popular worldwide adaptations inspired by a Shakespearean work as determined by their IMDb vote totals on the 400th Anniversary of William Shakespeare's death on April 23, 1616. Which movie adaptation inspired by a William Shakespeare work is your favorite? Discuss the topic here.
Movie Theme Song Played on a Theater Organ
What theme song from a major film would you most enjoy hearing played on a theater organ? Discuss this poll here.
Favorite Oscars Déjà Vu Best Picture Movie?
Movie-goers' déjà vu experience the past two years with Best Picture Oscar-nominated films Little Women (2019) and A Star Is Born (2018) has become an annual tradition. That tradition is likely to continue at The Oscars (2021) next year with West Side Story (2021). In-development Oscar-worthy déjà vu films, like Cleopatra (????) and My Fair Lady (????), potentially could keep that trend going in the future. Currently, the total sets of Best Picture nominated movies based on the same story stands at ten pairs. A notable mark for an award ceremony that for over ninety-two years has demonstrated an aversion to reboots, remakes and sequels. Which of these Oscar nominees that trigger a déjà vu* feeling is your favorite Best Picture retelling? *a feeling of having already seen the same story in a Best Picture nominee before (same story movie Best Picture sets based the on the same original source material or a revised version) Discuss the topic here.
Which Shakespeare Play Has the Best Film Adaptations?
William Shakespeare is one of the most important English literature writers and one of the most prolific persons in the IMDb. In his honour, which one of his world renowned plays has given us the best cinematographical adaptations? Poll by Pencho15 Discuss Here
Face-Off: The Spirit of the UglyDolls
Animator Kelly Asbury died on June 26, 2020, at the age of 60. A native of Texas, he worked in many acclaimed animated films of the last decades and finally made his debut as a director with Oscar nominee Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron (2002), where he shared credits with Lorna Cook. Years later, he made his solo director debut with Gnomeo & Juliet (2011), and he kept working until 2019, when his last film UglyDolls (2019) was released worldwide. In memorian of Kelly Asbury, which of the five films he directed is your favorite? Discuss the poll Here Poll by Pencho15
It's All Good in the Neighborhood
To celebrate Tom Hanks' new film A Beautiful Day In The Neighborhood (2019), which movie about 'the neighborhood' or 'neighbors' is your favorite? You may discuss the poll here
IMDb Poll Board Top 3 Favorite Romance Films
The members of the IMDb Poll Board have chosen their Top 3 favorite romance films of all time, the ones they find touching and romantic. Which is your favorite, or which would you like to see? Discuss here!
Best Directorial Debut?
Which of these outstanding first feature films would you rank as the best you've seen? (Oscar winners first on the list): Discuss at: http://www.imdb.com/board/bd0000088/thread/219748391
Which of these terrible action movies would make a great ironic musical?
Discuss your choice here: http://www.imdb.com/board/bd0000088/nest/221741104
Best Love Birds (Romance Category)
Which of these romantic films feature your favorite couple in love? Discuss the poll here
Favorite Oscar Best Picture Remake or Reboot Nominee?
Which of these Best Picture Oscar-nominated remake or reboot movies, that are either directly based or indirectly based on a prior feature length movie, is your favorite? For the purpose of this question, a remake must have at least 10,000 IMDb votes and will be defined as any movie that is either a direct remake (based on the same screenplay, an indirect remake (based on the same source material, historical figure, place or event) or a reboot of a prior movie franchise(relaunched in order to establish a new beginning of an existing franchise). Discuss the topic here.
Face-Off: Romeos & Juliets
From these films of Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet - and a famous musical update - which one do you love the most? Discuss here after voting
Top 35 "Simpsons" movie-referencing quotes ...
Just as we, IMDb users, talk about movies every once in a while, so did most Simpsons' characters... and for our greatest delight. Here is a compilation of 35 quotes from the most quotable show of all-time, all of them referencing a film (well, sometimes, it's more about the book or the titular character, but I couldn't resist!). Some are funny in a clever way, some are hilariously nonsensical, some are so obscure it can takes years to get them...from the cane of "Citizen Kane" to Lionel Hutz' suit against "The Neverending Story" for false advertizing, from Homer sending a fan-letter to "Die Hard" to Bart's friends strangely enthusiastic for sneaking into "Barton Fink", which of these quotes 'd'oh!' you think is the funniest? Now, fasten your seatblets, this is going to be a bumpy, Godzilla-related, night! Discuss here
And they lived happily ever after...
Celebrating Valentine's Day, here's a simple question about romantic movies' endings : whether happy, tragic or ambiguous, what kind of endings do you think makes the best romantic movies? Discuss here
Best Shakespeare movie adaptation (with original dialogue)?
Which of these Shakespeare movie adaptations is your favorite? Discuss or suggest entries here. The original list is here. Rules: 1) No tv movies. 2) The dialogue has to be original. There should be (mostly) no added or rewritten dialogue, although omissions are ok. Changes in the setting (era/location) are not a problem. List order: first the comedies, then the histories, then the tragedies.
The "2018" Connection
Celebrating the New Year 2018, here are the Top 18 most popular movies (vote-wise) with a runtime of exactly 2 hours and 18 minutes. Which one is your favorite? After voting, you may discuss the list here... and Happy New Year!
Favorite Oscar-Winning Best Picture Crime Movie?
Which of these Best Picture Oscar-winning movies with a criminal story line is your favorite? Discuss the topic here.
Musicals With an Oscar for Best Picture
Of the 89 Academy Award winners for 'Best Picture', no less than 10 movies are musicals. Which musical is your favorite? You may discuss the poll here