Poll: Before the Oscars: Best Picture of 1925
A poll by Ed_Jones_XLIX
Results of 302 votes:
The Gold Rush (1925)
Battleship Potemkin (1925)
The Phantom of the Opera (1925)
Ben-Hur: A Tale of the Christ (1925)
The Big Parade (1925)
The Lost World (1925)
The Freshman (1925)
The Unholy Three (1925)
Go West (1925)
Seven Chances (1925)
The Joyless Street (1925)
The Eagle (1925)
The Merry Widow (1925)
Which of these silent 'war' genre films is your favorite? Discuss the poll here
What is your Favorite Silent Film?
What is your favorite of the 25 highest rated silent films with over 3000 votes? Discuss poll on http://www.imdb.com/board/bd0000088/nest/195609120
When were you born movie-wise?
... or another way to know the most represented generation on IMDb (or at least among the poll voters). Discuss here PS: of course, the 'between' includes the 1st and last year of the interval.
Early to Screen and Early to Laugh
This is a list of Earliest Comedy Feature Films With At Least 25000 Votes which includes the period of 1921-1961. Which of the following movies do you like the most? After voting, discuss here.
The Last Frontier Movies
The Last Frontier is the official nickname of Alaska. Alaska is thought of as "America's Last Frontier" because of its distance from the lower 49 states and because of its rugged landscape and climate. This remote and rugged perception is evidenced by the fact that only about 1/3 of the state has been organized into political units; 13 boroughs (similar to counties) are defined (source: netstate.com). Alaska became the 49th state of the United States of America in 1959. These movies have a connection with Alaska. They are (partially) filmed there or it's a topic in the story. Which movie (or movie poster) do you associate the most with Alaska? You may discuss the poll here Click here to vote for other States of America
1920s Films in the IMDb Top 250
These are the four 1920s films in the IMDb top 250 as of February 5, 2015. Which one of these do you prefer? Discuss the list here
Favourite Criterion Collection title in the IMDb Top 250.
The Criterion Collection is one of the most important film distribution companies in the world. They help to bring to light many classic films. Whether foreign or domestic and whether well-known or underrated, the CC helps to bring these movies to mainstream attention and appreciation, in the best editions possible. As such, what is your favourite CC film that is in the Top 250 on this site? Discuss here
Which movie genre matches your own resolution for 2014?
Reprising a poll from December 31, 2009, let's ask the question again: which movie genre matches your own resolution for 2014? ... and HAPPY NEW YEAR! Discuss here The options are listed by movies from different genres -sometimes on a very broad meaning- and all featuring a New Year's Eve scene.
Funniest Old Favourite - 20th Century Only
Things are just not going right for you and you are in need of mindless fun and a really good laugh. Which of these hoary old and not-quite-so-old chestnuts would you like to watch to cheer you up? Discuss here
Which of the top 35 rated films based on a play is your favorite?
Which of the top 35 rated feature films "based on a play" is your favorite? (minimum 1000 votes) Discuss your choice here: http://www.imdb.com/board/bd0000088/nest/222733976
A good film doesn't always need to have sound. Which of these 17 silent films is your favorite? From the 1927 film Metropolis to the 1925 film The Big Parade. Discuss here
Throwback: A Salute to Charlie Chaplin Movies
A salute to Charles Chaplin (1889-1977), a retrospective of his most popular films. Chaplin and his "Little Tramp" character were one of Hollywood's first mega-stars. He distinguished himself as an actor, writer, director, composer, editor, producer and one of the founders of the United Artists movie studio. Chaplin is widely regarded as one of the greatest filmmakers in the history of American cinema and his films still remain popular 100 years later. Charlie Chaplin's birthday is April 16. Which movie, anthology or short film written, directed and starring Charlie Chaplin is your favorite? * shorts are listed within an anthology answer option Discuss the topic here.
What is your favorite eating scene?
World War I in Film
Which of these films better depicts World War I? Discuss this poll at http://www.imdb.com/board/bd0000088/flat/231493923?p=1 Poll suggestion by Pencho15
Shortest Movies in the IMDb Top 250
Which of the 35 shortest movies in the IMDb Top 250 as of 30th November 2014 is your favorite? Discuss it here. Vote in the poll for the longest movies here
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
BBC's 25 Greatest American Films
These are the top 25 of the greatest American films of all-time as chosen by British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC). Which one of them do you think is the greatest? You may discuss the poll here.
The Greatest Black & White Films of All Time
Which of these top 35 highest-rated black and white films with over 50000 votes is your favorite? Discuss here
Romance in the 1920s
Charlie Chaplin, Buster Keaton and a lot of other filmmakers brought us retro romances in the 1920s. Which one do you think is the best? Discuss the list
Most Glaring Omission From Empire's The 301 Greatest Movies of All Time
In May 2014 Empire released their third greatest movies of all time list, voted for by over 250,000 readers. As always, there were some surprising omissions. Which of IMDb's 35 highest rated movies not in the list most deserves to be on the list? Excludes movies released after the list was published. Correct as of 09/02/15. Discuss it here