Poll: India by Rail.
A poll by yrnej
Results of 430 votes:
Slumdog Millionaire (2008)
The Darjeeling Limited (2007)
The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel (2011)
The Man Who Would Be King (1975)
Dil Se.. (1998)
Bhaag Milkha Bhaag (2013)
A Passage to India (1984)
Bhowani Junction (1956)
North West Frontier (1959)
The Burning Train (1980)
Nayak: The Hero (1966)
The Namesake (2006)
Train to Pakistan (1998)
Come Under My Umbrella...
Under whose umbrella would you most like to shelter from a sudden burst of rain or the strong sun, as the case may be...? Discuss here
Room Service, Please!
Which of these movies had the most memorable 'regular' use of a hotel as a setting? (no horror or supernatural elements) After voting, you may discuss the poll here
Holidays from Hell
You won the grand prize in a raffle: An all inclusive package holiday of your choice. From the brochure of the third-rate travel agent, who sponsored the prize as a tax write-off. So you won't find the New York Plaza on the list. Not the Ritz or the Savoy either... Here are your options. Which holiday will you choose, provided you didn't know about the misadventures that will befall you once you get there? Discuss here.
Let's go in the Cave
Which movie relating to cave expedition is most thrilling & adventurous? Discuss here
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
The Best 1990s Indian Movie
Which of these 35 top rated Indian movies of the 1990s is your favorite? After voting, you may discuss the poll here. Best Indian Movies >> 2000s
The worst of the best.
Which of these "Best" movies is the worst, in your opinion? Inspired by a review of the new movie The Best of Me... Discuss the list here
Films That Will Inspire You to Travel
Whenever I’m planning a trip I love to see if there are any movies filmed or set there. And even if I’m not planning a trip, nothing satisfies wanderlust more than a movie full of quaint towns and beautiful scenery (even if only for a little while)! Below is a list of movies that will inspire you to travel to a certain city, or have an interesting journey. Which of the following movies did you enjoy the most? After voting, discuss here.
Favorite Shah Rukh Khan Movie
Which of these top rated Shah Rukh Khan movies is your favorite? Vote here.
The Best '80s British Movie
They had the Cure, Genesis, Margaret Thatcher... and the movies. Indeed, if only for the many masterpieces that graced the silver screen, the British could proudly claim "Rule, Brittania! Brittania, rule... the screen!" Which of these 1980s British movies is your personal favorite? After voting, you may discuss the list here
Favorite Film Directed by David Lean
He was at the helm of some of the greatest movies ever made. What is your favorite feature length film directed by David Lean? Discuss here: http://www.imdb.com/board/bd0000088/flat/234289792
Out in the Rain
November is coming, and with it the wet season (at least in the Northern hemisphere). But hey, you're not the only one who has to go out in wet weather. With which of these people would you most like to be out braving the rain? Discuss here
Oldest Oscar Winners
These are the record holders for the oldest people to win an Academy Award respectively in these categories. Whose win do you think was the most impressive? After voting, you may discuss the poll here. Also vote for: Youngest Oscar Winners
There's Hope for the Human Race
These are all films that leave you with a gentle smile on your face and the feeling that there is hope for the human race. They're not about people overcoming overwhelming odds and unlikely heroes, but about people who change their ways or the way in which they interact with others, or those who change the ways others think or behave for the better. Which of them is your favourite Feel-Good-Film in a quiet way? Discuss here
Favorite Hollywood Movie That Was Shot in India
Which one of these Hollywood movies that was shot completely or partially in India is your favorite? Discuss the list here
Elderly People in Lead
Out of these films in which an Elderly man or women is the lead role, which is your favorite? After voting, you may discuss the poll here.
Young, Old or Dead, Time Can't Stop Oscar
Which of these current Oscar age-related records do you think is the most impressive? Wikipedia Source: Oscars Age Overall/Category Records After voting, discuss the topic here.
Run Off Poll: The Best Film Titles Part II
Excellent prose sometimes seems to be a dying art. The film industry, at times, does its part to revive it with great screen plays and, every so often, with exquisite titles from various sources, including novels, poems, and songs. The titles below serve as oases in a desert of the vague and recycled stamp-ons like Deceived and Shattered. Consider the sound and substance of the words below and, instead of voting for your favorite movie, vote for the title you think has the most pleasing language. This is Part II of a Run-Off Poll and includes movies after 1975. Part I included films before 1975; vote on that poll here: http://www.imdb.com/poll/NgP1VlZRZpU/?ref_=po_ho/ Discuss here
Movies With 11 Oscar Nominations
Which of these movies that earned exactly 11 nominations at the Oscars is the best? After voting, you may discuss the poll here. Also vote for: Movies With 12 Oscar Nominations | Movies With 13 Oscar Nominations | Movies With 14 Oscar Nominations
Favorite Film Based on an E.M. Forster Novel?
E.M. Forster was a British writer working in the early- to mid-1900s who specialized in stories of the hypocrisy of the class system. The five big-screen films made from his books were nominated for 29 Oscars, including three for Best Picture, and they won a total of eight. All five of those adaptations were released between 1984 and 1992. Forster began to be known for his novels being made into "Merchant-Ivory films", though only three of them were actually produced, written and directed by Merchant-Ivory. A Passage to India (1984) was the last film of the king of British epics, David Lean. Which film made from an E.M. Forster novel is your favorite? Discuss the list here