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Most Underrated Sequel of the 1980s

Which of these do you think is the most underrated? Discuss here after voting

The Best French Animated Movie Nominated for "Best Animated Feature" Oscar

There have been many French nominees in the history of the Academy Awards and the category for "Best Animated Feature Film of the Year" is no exception. But with so many great animated movies it is hard to pick just one. So which French movie nominated for "Best Animated Feature" is your favorite? After voting, discuss here.

FYC, AFI - The Next Top 50 Heroes

This is the second of a poll series whose purpose is to anticipate the inclusions in the next American Film Institute's Top 25, 50 or 100 lists. As you may know, many lists date back to the late 1990s and early 2000s and while the inclusions are satisfying, the absences severely date them. After the villains, we're getting to the AFI's Top 50 heroes aired on 2003 with Maximus from Gladiator (2000) as the most recent character. So we'll consider movies from 2003 till today whose villains fit the AFI's criteria in terms of cultural impact: characters who have a made a mark on American society in matters of style and substance, and legacy: characters who elicit strong reactions across time, enriching America's film heritage while continuing to inspire contemporary artists and audiences. In the eventuality of a new AFI's Top 50 heroes, which of these memorable post-2003 screen heroes, fictional or real, would be your top choice for an inclusion (as high as possible)? After voting, you might discuss the list here

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.

The Most Exciting Real Life Sport Stories

Some sport movies have special moments that move many people in an emotional way. If you haven't seen any of these, please vote for the one you would most likely watch. Which of these real life sport stories below is your favorite? Discuss here.

Joan Jett Still Loves Rock 'N' Roll...

...even at age 60! Seminal rock musician Joan Jett, who (believe it or not) is turning 60 on September 22, started her music career as a teenager, playing in the all-girl band The Runaways. Since then Jett has gone around the world and back, spending the majority of her life on the road. Her romance with rock has never cooled. To celebrate Joan's birthday, we have a list below of facts as well as some of her accomplishments. Which do you find most interesting? Want to talk about it? Click here!

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

Favorite 'A __ in the __' Title?

Which **TITLE** of a movie in the form of 'A [insert word] in the [insert word]' sounds the most appealing to you? Also vote for your Favorite 'The __ and the __' Title After voting, you can discuss here

Face-Off: 'Solaris' vs. '2001 A Space Odyssey'

Andrei Tarkovsky’s Solaris (1972) was initially billed in America (and has been continuously referred to since) as the Soviet Union’s answer to Stanley Kubrick’s 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968). On first look, this comparison and the cultural-historical context informing it makes perfect sense. The films were released a short time apart from each other, one before and the other after the peak of the USA-USSR space race during the Cold War. So the films have been seen in some respects as the definitive cinematic reflection of the space race from two competing world superpowers, and thus each film is posited to say what each country supposedly has to say about mankind’s future role as privileged explorer of the cosmos from each of their specific national perspectives. Between these two of the greatest space movies, which one do you think is better? After voting, discuss here.

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