Poll: Shakespeare in the Original Klingon
A poll by dan_dassow
Results of 182 votes:
Romeo and Juliet (1968)
A Midsummer Night's Dream (1935)
King Lear (1987)
Much Ado About Nothing (1993)
Julius Caesar (1953)
Shakespeare's Globe Theatre: The Comedy of Errors (2015)
The Taming of the Shrew (1967)
Richard III (1955)
Winter's Tale (2014)
Titus Andronicus (1985)
The Tempest (1960)
Henry V (1989)
Timon of Athens (1981)
As You Like It (1936)
Richard II (1978)
Troilus & Cressida (1981)
Twelfth Night or What You Will (1996)
The Merchant of Venice (1973)
The Two Gentlemen of Verona (1983)
The Merry Wives of Windsor (1982)
Pericles, Prince of Tyre (1984)
All's Well That Ends Well (1981)
Henry VI Part 1 (2016)
Henry VIII (1979)
Measure for Measure (1979)
Antony and Cleopatra (1972)
Love's Labour's Lost (2000)
Henry IV (1984)
King John (2015)
William Shakespeare's Venus & Adonis (2015)
Greatest biopics about a controversial person
We have met many controversial people thanks to Hollywood in great biopics Which is the one is your favorite? Discus this list here here
Hear ye! Hear ye! Vote for most unfair Best Picture verdict!
Although the 'legal movie' genre has provided some of the finest, most gripping and intellectually challenging American classics, it is also the most frequently snubbed when it came to the Oscars, especially the most important of all : the Best Picture. To date, only a few trial movies have won the Oscar : The Life of Emile Zola (1937), On the Waterfront (1954), A Man for All Seasons (1966), Kramer vs. Kramer (1979) and (to some extent) Chicago (2002) So, from this list of Courtroom Dramas or Trial Comedies nominated for Best Picture, which one would have most deserved to beat the actual winner? (are included all the movies in which a system of justice, of any sort, plays a significant role to the plot) Discuss here
Movies at 50 in 2019
Movies released in 1969 are now 50 years old. This poll includes the top rated 35 of the 3,501 movies released in 1969. Which one of these is your favorite? After voting, you may discuss the poll here. 2018 << Movies at 50 in Also vote for: Movies at 25 in 2019 | Movies at 75 in 2019
Emmy Nominees for Outstanding Drama Series from the '70s
The following series all won or were nominated for the Emmy Award for Outstanding Drama Series during the 1970s. Which of them would you be most likely to watch again now or watch for the first time? Discuss this list here
Throwback: For which role should Richard Burton have won the Oscar?
Richard Burton was nominated seven times for acting Oscars, but never won. For which film role should he have taken home the Academy Award? Discuss here: http://www.imdb.com/board/bd0000088/flat/234086991
Best Film Adaptations Written by the Author (Part 2)
This is a list of film adaptations written by the author of the original source material. Which one is your favorite? Discuss Here!!! Note: No adaptations of visual media allowed, ruling out adaptations of short films and television shows as well as remakes or reboots. See Part I!
Favourite Movie/TV where Sean Bean Dies
"A list of the many times accomplished character actor Sean Bean has been stabbed, shot, sliced, diced... and once, killed by a herd of cows. Needless to say, SPOILERS abound!" Discuss the list here
The Number 1 TV Show of the 21st Century
What is your top TV show of the 21st century? Suggestions are welcome and will be considered, as I'm looking to add more shows that people enjoy on to this list. The show must have started in between 2000-2014, and either be over or airing currently. Discuss Here
Best "Best Picture" 1960 - 1969
What is the best "best picture" winner of this decade? Discuss here
Which Movie Best Makes Legal History?
Which movie inspired by a real-life courtroom case or actual litigation that forever changed history* is the most compelling legal story? * Answer pool options made history both as landmark, influential and precedent setting cases, as well as, more infamous and sensational cases. Regardless, all are well-known, influential and had a historical impact. Discuss the topic here.
Unmissable TV Intros
These series all have great opening title sequences. When watching episodes from these series, which title sequence do you never skip? If you have several favourites on the list choose your overall favourite. You can discuss this poll here http://www.imdb.com/board/bd0000088/thread/259821641
Oscar Goes G-Rated
The following are the only G-rated films to win the Best Picture Academy Award. Which do you think is best? Discuss the list here
Movies With Most Oscar Nominations That Didn't Win Best Picture
Which of these movies that got more Oscar nominations (at least ten) than their competitors and didn't win the Best Picture award should have won? Discuss the list 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
United Artists 100th Anniversary Poll Part I
February 5 of 1919 marks the establishment of United Artists, a movie company that changed history, becoming the first one meant to give actors control over their own interests. Founded by Charles Chaplin, Douglas Fairbanks, Mary Pickford and D.W. Griffith, the studio became mainly known as a distributor, and while it was sold and restructured many times, it still lives today as part of Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. To celebrate the 100th anniversary of United Artists, we have this poll. From their first 25 years of history, which is the most important United Artists movie? Discuss Here Vote on part II Vote on Part III Vote on Part IV Poll by Pencho15
The Vatican Film List: Religion
“Since the first public audience in Paris viewed the moving pictures prepared by the Lumière brothers in December 1895, the film industry has become a universal medium exercising a profound influence on the development of people’s attitudes and choices, and possessing a remarkable ability to influence public opinion and culture across all social and political frontiers.” Pope John Paul II In 1995, on the occasion of the 100th anniversary of cinema, the Vatican compiled a list of 45 "great films". The 45 movies are divided into three categories: Religion, Values and Art. Which film of the Vatican film list 'Religion' is the best because of its religious significance? You may discuss the poll here See also: The Vatican Film List: Art — The Vatican Film List: Values
Favorite Biographical Queen Movie?
Which Queen movie that focuses entirely or in large part on her true story is your favorite queenly biopic? Discuss the topic 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
1969- Which film holds up the best 45 years later?
Which of these 1969 films holds up the best today? Discuss this list here
Directorial Debuts Nominated for Best Picture
Which of these famous directorial debuts* that ended up being Oscar-nominated for Best Picture is your favorite? After voting, you may discuss the list here *sorted by popularity