Poll: Best Dramatization of Nuclear Apocalypse
A poll by alioth4
Results of 1,455 votes:
Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb (1964)
The Day After (1983)
The Divide (2011)
On the Beach (1959)
When the Wind Blows (1986)
Fail Safe (1964)
Barefoot Gen (1983)
By Dawn's Early Light (1990)
Miracle Mile (1988)
Day of Resurrection (1980)
Dead Man's Letters (1986)
Panic in Year Zero (1962)
The Bed Sitting Room (1969)
Damnation Alley (1977)
Special Bulletin (1983)
Most Depressing / Disturbing Movie Endings
Not necessarily just some tragic or sad ending, these movies leaved an uneasy feeling after watching it. Which movie ending disturbed you the most? If you don't find your movie, mention it here
Fictional Cafés and Coffee Shop Hangouts
It seems like nowadays, all the great conversations in movies and on TV seem to happen in cafés, coffeehouses or coffee shops. Which fictional movie or TV coffee-based restaurant would you like to order a gourmet cappuccino or a plain ole cup of Joe and hangout with their likable cast of characters? Discuss the topic here.
Good films, you'll only watch once or twice
This is a list of good films (7.0 +/10) that people tend not to re-watch, because of their twisted, controversial and depressing nature. Which of these would you be most likely to avoid revisiting? Discuss here
Saddest Animated Movie
So you're watching animated movie expecting to have laid-back entertainment and some good laughs, but you end up shedding a tear or two. Which animated movie makes you feel most devasted? Share Your Animated Tears Here
Your favorite science-fiction film of the 1950s?...
What is your favorite science-fiction film of the 1950s? Discuss here.
Sign On: Fictional Movie and TV Sub Crews
Which fictional movie submarine crew you would most want to join? Discuss the topic here.
The Sunflower State Movies
The Sunflower State is the official nickname of Kansas. In 1861 it became the 34th state of the United States of America. These movies have a connection with Kansas. It's a topic in the story or they are (partially) filmed in Kansas. Which movie (or movie poster) do you associate the most with Kansas? You may discuss the poll here Click here to vote for other States of America
10 Years After Katrina: The Film Disaster Most Due to Human Error
The end of August is the ten year anniversary of Hurricane Katrina and the tragic flooding of New Orleans. Most experts agree that Katrina was influenced by human behavior and certainly the catastrophic damage to New Orleans was largely due to human failure to prepare and react effectively; the films on this list also illustrate human error or negligence. If human beings can prevent some devastating effects of otherwise (or seemingly) natural disasters, films on the subject can be instructive. Which of the following movies depict the most egregious human error? Discuss here
Whew! That Was Close, Another Near Miss
On March 23, 1989, Asclepius, a mountain size asteroid barely missed the planet Earth. It would have been the equivalent of 40 Hiroshimas and had worldwide catastrophic effects, if it collided with the planet. These occurrences happen more frequently than you would think, but happen less often than an asteroid genre movie hitting the local cineplex. National Near Miss Day is March 23rd each year. Which movie about a near miss or collision with the planet Earth is your favorite? Discuss the topic here.
Which one is your favorite animated Biography genre film with at least 1,000 votes? Discuss the poll here
Children in a War-Themed Film
Which of these war-themed films that features a prominent child character is your favorite? Discuss here.
Best 'Original' Biopic
These are top 35 highest rated Biography genre films based on Original screenplays. Which one is your favorite? Discuss the list here Also Available: Best 'Adapted' Biopic
Take an existing title, create a different film!
Sometimes the title of a film doesn't really seem to match what occurs in the film. I'm speaking of films like Naked Lunch, Quantum of Solace or My Own Private Idaho... With that in mind, which of these famous movie titles with new plots would you most like to see? Discuss the list here
Sean Connery - the Man
Excluding James Bond, which of Sean Connery's characters from 1970 to 2000 is your favorite? (No animated or voice-over-roles! Only movies with Sean Connery playing the first or second main character and being the first named in the credits with one Exception: Everybody associates the movie mostly with Sean Connery.) Discuss here.
The Best '80s War Movie
War is hell and these films from the 1980s showed us exactly why. The following films either took place during wartime, showed us ways in which the war affected others or immersed us directly into the horrors on the battlefield. Which of these '80s War movies will you most likely remember? 1970s <<< Vote Other Decades >>> 1990s After voting, you may discuss the poll here.
Puns with Posters
Which of these film posters would look most appropriate with the title of a totally unconnected and entirely different film printed across it? Discuss here
Unusually Long Titles
Which is your favorite unusually long title for a movie? It doesn't matter if you've seen the film or not. Poll Suggestion by Pencho15 Discuss this suggestion Here
Non-Horror Movies Where Everyone Dies
Which of these non-horror movies where everyone (or almost everyone) dies is your favorite? Discuss the list here!
The Cold War
In November of this year the German people will celebrate the fall of the Berlin Wall 30 years ago. The "Cold War" was officially dead and the Soviet Union collapsed a scant two years later. The period began shortly after WWII when multimillionaire financier and adviser to president to Harry S. Truman, Bernard Baruch, coined the term “Cold War” to describe the increasingly chilly relations between two of World War Two allies, the United States and the Soviet Union. Shortly after Baruch coined the phrase, Hollywood began cranking out movies on this theme. TV even got in on it too. This Poll has the very best of those titles. Which one is your favorite? After voting, please discuss here.
Fibonacci Sequence Titles
The Fibonacci sequence is a sequence of numbers in which each number is the sum of the two preceding ones, starting from 0 and 1. Here are the movie titles where the number of characters in words follows the logic of this sequence. Which movie do you think matches the uniqueness of the Fibonacci sequence? Minimum of 5,000 votes; IMDb rating of 6.5 or above; English Language Titles Discuss the poll here