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1962 : The Year of the Oscar Booze
In What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? (1962), Bette Davis drowned the loss of her stardom in an alcoholic ocean, prematurely ravaging her face until becoming the shadow of herself, a lost beauty symbolized by that ugly doll with a broken face or wasn't she already ugly inside? In Days of Wine and Roses (1962), Jack Lemmon and Lee Remick formed a couple whose sorry originality was their need for each other to shamelessly express the dependence inhabiting their lives. The perversity is that they ended up only loving themselves as drunkards not as a couple, but as a "threesome". Finally, in Sweet Bird of Youth (1962), haunted by her youth's volatility, Geraldine Page portrays a has-been diva who like Bette Davis, conveys a constantly bitter nostalgia for her lost glory but not without the same delicate fragility as Lee Remick. So I guess you got it: 1962 was quite a year for alcoholic roles, each one showing this addiction as either a sordid cause or a futile remedy, but whose effect is to have spoken a thousand words about human insecurity and complexity, and enriched Hollywood's canon with unforgettable performances. So, which of these Oscar-nominated portrayals of addiction from 1962 was your favorite? After voting, you might discuss the list here
Face-Off: Legendary 3 Ring Leaders
The Three Stooges and The Marx Brothers: A Three Ring Circus on Film. The Ring Leaders: Moe Howard and Groucho Marx. Who is your favorite Ring Leader? After voting, please discuss here.
Oscars 2019 — Best Leading Actor
Which of the nominees of the 2019 Academy Award for Best Leading Actor do you think should win? Discuss the list here! Vote for other Oscar polls of 2019 here!
Face-Off: Christoph Waltz vs. Christoph Waltz
Quentin Tarantino has directed six Oscar nominated acting performances but Christoph Waltz is, so far (as of 2019), the only actor to win an Academy Award for a performance in a Tarantino film. Waltz has won two such Oscars, actually, for 'Inglourious Basterds' and 'Django Unchained.' Of these award-winning performances, which is your favorite? After voting, feel free to discuss here.
Most Quotable 1994 Movie
My mama always said "1994 was a great year for movie quotes". Even the stupid ones (as stupid does), first you hate' em and then you get used to them, then they become part of cinematic memory and we all get connected to the great circle of life. By the way, you know what they call a "movie quote" in Paris? They call it "réplique de film". So which of these 1994 movies would you say is the most "répliquable"? Got it? All righty-then! After voting, you might discuss the list here.
Oscars 2019 — Best Leading Actress
Which of the nominees of the 2019 Academy Award for Best Leading Actress do you think should win? Discuss this poll here! Vote for more Oscar polls here!
IMDb Poll Board Favorite Love Songs
The IMDb Poll Board Members have spoken! Which of their chosen best love songs is your favorite? After voting, please discuss here.
Best Movie Couple of 2018
Which couple of 2018 is your favorite? Discuss the list here!
When the Villain Wins an Oscar
When supporting characters are not that 'supporting' ... when the leads lead a selfish crusade in the name of greed, cruelty or a wicked vision of power ... or when the darkest sides of the human soul inspire powerful and unforgettable perforamances allowing the villain to have a final revenge... and take the Oscar home. Which of these oscar-winning performances as a real-life or fictional villain is your favorite? After voting, you may discuss the list here (PS: Vito Corleone isn't included not because he's a good guy but to call him a 'villain' in the film's narrative would make no sense, his son Michael was a villain in the second opus, although a tragic one)
Head Over Heels About Love-Titled Movies
Which select movie love-titled in English makes the best choice to celebrate your love of film? After voting, discuss the topic here.