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Poll: LGBTQ Films of the 2010s
A poll by Chihir0
Results of 3,645 votes:
Call Me by Your Name (2017)
Blue Is the Warmest Colour (2013)
The Handmaiden (2016)
The Imitation Game (2014)
Love, Simon (2018)
Dallas Buyers Club (2013)
God's Own Country (2017)
The Perks of Being a Wallflower (2012)
Free Fall (2013)
The Kids Are All Right (2010)
The Way He Looks (2014)
The Danish Girl (2015)
Tom at the Farm (2013)
A Fantastic Woman (2017)
Out in the Dark (2012)
The Normal Heart (2014)
Laurence Anyways (2012)
Any Day Now (2012)
Behind the Candelabra (2013)
The Best 2010s Biography Movie
Which of these 2010s biography movies is your favorite? Discuss the list here!
Contemporary True Story Oscar Nod
What is your favorite Best Picture Oscar nominated movie based on a true story that took place between 1984 and 2014?
Which Highest-Rated Film Most Deserves to Be in the IMDb Top 250?
Which of these films rated at least 8/10 stars on IMDb with over 100,000 votes and at least 70 Metascore, not currently listed in the IMDb Top 250, most deserves to be in that list? After voting, you may discuss the poll here.
Upcoming "based on a true story" film you most want to see?
The Critics and Audiences Agree...
The following movies have IMDb ratings and Metacritic scores that correspond exactly. Which movie did they get most right? You be the final judge: Which movie did the audiences and critics rate most accurately? After voting, feel free to discuss here. (Movies are listed in order of score/rating, from highest to lowest. There are several ties. Ties are listed in alphabetical order.) (Scores and ratings accurate as of July 1, 2021.)
Rotten Tomatoes 30 Best LGBTQ+ Movies
Rotten Tomatoes is an American review-aggregation website for film and television. Which is your favorite LGBTQ+ movie? Source: Rotten Tomatoes — 200 BEST LGBTQ+ MOVIES OF ALL TIME Join the Discussion Here in the IMDb Poll Community Forum
Movies I Wish Roger Ebert Reviewed
During his final years, legendary four-star critic Roger Ebert became both more prolific and selective: he reviewed movies he wished to see, but it didn't diminish the quantitative value of his writings just as disease and a permanent loss of voice didn't diminish their qualitative merit. You could agree or disagree with him, you would always enjoy his writing. Thumbs down on that sad day of April 4, 2013 when Ebert left the world, an unparalleled legacy and also a taste of deception because we knew there were many great movies and classics to come, movies he would have enjoyed, some even more at the twilight of his life, movies from directors he respected and admired... but that he would never review, forever. Which of these movies released less than a year after his death or at his lifetime but that (strangely enough) he didn't review, would you have most loved to see reviewed by the late Roger Ebert? After voting, you might discuss the list here (this poll adresses those who liked to know Ebert's take on a film before or after watching it, not everyone was or is still addicted to his website, if that's the case, the last option is for you)
Which of these movies depicting a virus or another infectious disease scare you the most? Discuss here or get informations on the COVID-19
Oscar Picks: Most likely Best Picture winner?
Based on what you know so far, which film do you think will win Best Picture at the 2014 Academy Awards? Discuss this poll here This poll was first published on Nov 5, 2013 and includes options that are no longer in contention. Please find the official poll of the final nominees here: http://www.imdb.com/poll/rr6DKHZqHtA/
American Stories Told by Foreign Directors
This is a list of films by non-American filmmakers that explore the distinct American experience from its landscape to its culture. Which American story told by a foreign filmmaker is the best? Discuss Here!
Best Achievement in Makeup and Hairstyling, 86th Academy Awards 2014
Which of these movies do you believe will win Best Achievement in Makeup and Hairstyling in the 2014 Academy Academy Awards? Discuss here.
The Movies That Knew Too Much
"The answer my friend, is blowin' the whistle..." Steven Spielberg's upcoming (and anticipated) The Post (2017) seems like a solid companion to famous "whistle-blowing" movies like recent Best Picture winner Spotlight (2015) or the classic All the President's Men (1976). Tom Hanks even reprised the role of Ben Bradlee that earned Jason Robards an Oscar in 1977. There is a reason why whistle-blowing movies are so inspirational (and a bit Oscar-baity): they deal with the struggles of everyday heroes or heroines, fictional or real, triumphant or tragic, who had the courage to jeopardize their lives by revealing hidden injustices, unveiling shocking scandals or asking controversial questions... here's one that won't be too controversial for once. Which of these whistle-blowing movies is your favorite? After voting, discuss the list here
Favorite Oscar-Nominated LGBTQIA+ Best Picture
Which of these select Oscar-nominated Best Picture movies that has a major LGBTQIA+ character or themes central to its plot is your favorite from the genre? After voting, Discuss the topic here.
Best Picture, 86th Academy Awards 2014
Which of these films do you believe will win Best Picture in the 86th Academy Awards, 2014? Discuss here
Fave '13 film featuring a struggle against overwhelming odds?
Discuss the list here
Best Writing, Screenplay Written Directly for the Screen, 86th Academy Awards 2014
Which film do you believe will win Best Writing, Screenplay Written Directly for the Screen, 86th Academy Awards 2014? Discuss here
Best Pictures and World Cities
No, it's not a category on Final Jeopardy! (1984)...What is your favorite world-city-in-the-title Best Picture Oscar nominated movie? discuss here
Cities to See
All movies in this list feature a city in the title and received more than 20,000 votes on IMDb. Which of these movies did you like most? (actual cities only, not fictional - limited to one movie per city) Discuss the list here
The Most Powerful Moments in Cinema (1974-2014)
A list of films of the past 40 years with moments that overwhelm the audience with emotional performances, climatic sequences and majestic visuals. Poll Suggestion Thread (http://www.imdb.com/board/bd0000088/thread/231635152?d=231635152#231635152)
Popular LGBTQ+ Films
Which of these LGBTQ+ films with a large number of votes on IMDb is your favorite? Discuss here