Poll: Shootouts In Film
A poll by DoctorBuster
Results of 4,084 votes:
The Matrix (1999)
Saving Private Ryan (1998)
The Good, the Bad and the Ugly (1966)
Léon: The Professional (1994)
The Untouchables (1987)
The Wild Bunch (1969)
The Terminator (1984)
Taxi Driver (1976)
No Country for Old Men (2007)
Hard Boiled (1992)
Reservoir Dogs (1992)
The Killer (1989)
Once Upon a Time in the West (1968)
Bonnie and Clyde (1967)
In Bruges (2008)
Knight and Day (2010)
The Way of the Gun (2000)
State of Grace (1990)
Public Enemies (2009)
Winchester '73 (1950)
The Bourne Legacy (2012)
Top 25 ten-word movie quotes...
As of June 22, 2016, the IMDb polls have reached TEN MILLION VOTES. Celebrating this great event, which of these 25 TEN-word movie quotes do you think is the most memorable? Discuss here
Tense Movie Moments
Alfred Hitchcock once explained perfectly the difference between surprise and suspense. When a bomb under a table goes off, that's surprise. When we know the bomb is under the table but not when it will go off, that is suspense. For these moments in film, we found ourselves in a state of sheer tense and anticipation, as we relentlessly bit our nails nervous of what may ensue. The culmination of the event was overshadowed by its uneasy build up to it. There are quite a few, so this list has been narrowed down mostly by having some of our users here at IMDb pick their favorites. Which of these memorably tense moments in a film had you holding your breath the most? After voting, you may discuss the poll here.
Poll Board Recommendations: Greatest Movie Scenes
There are endless amounts of great movie scenes, so to narrow it down the folks over at the poll board each suggested their favourites to make this list. Which do you deem to be the greatest? Discuss here Take the TV Poll here!
Poll Board Recommendations: The most quotable movie
The mere fact that you're reading this tells me that you are a movie fan. Being movie fans, I'm sure we all quote movies from time to time. All of these movies and quotes were put forward by the poll board users as the movies we quote most often. Which movie do you find yourself quoting from most often? If your most quoted movie isn't included in this list, hop on over to the discussion board and let us know what it is.
Best "Best Picture" of the last 35 years
Out of these best pictures of the last 35 years, which one is your favorite? After voting, you may discuss the poll here.
Most Severe Heat?
Plenty of films take place in desert country, but which ones in the IMDb Top 250 stand out as the most severe? Where would you rather not wind up? So long as a significant part of the film is set in a desert, it fits here. http://www.imdb.com/board/bd0000088/nest/265126266
Alternate Storylines for Famous Films - Part V
Which of these alternate plots, based on the titles of the films, do you find the most appealing? Discuss the list here See PART 1 here See PART 2 here See PART 3 here See PART 4 here See the JAMES BOND EDITION here See also: Movies Told from a Different Character's Perspective
Cormac McCarthy Adaptions
Cormac McCarthy, born Charles McCarthy on July 20, 1933, is an American author that has published around twenty books, screenplays, and plays. He has a very unique writing style and format, creates interesting plots and characters, and is still writing books into his eighties. Which of these full length adaptations of his writings is your favorite? Discuss here.
Greatest Movies Where the Bad Guy Wins
Which of these movies, where the bad guy or the villain wins in the end, depicted the Evil Triumph scene in the best way? After voting, you may discuss the poll here. Vote for the first part poll here.
Run Off Poll: The Best Film Titles Part II
Excellent prose sometimes seems to be a dying art. The film industry, at times, does its part to revive it with great screen plays and, every so often, with exquisite titles from various sources, including novels, poems, and songs. The titles below serve as oases in a desert of the vague and recycled stamp-ons like Deceived and Shattered. Consider the sound and substance of the words below and, instead of voting for your favorite movie, vote for the title you think has the most pleasing language. This is Part II of a Run-Off Poll and includes movies after 1975. Part I included films before 1975; vote on that poll here: http://www.imdb.com/poll/NgP1VlZRZpU/?ref_=po_ho/ Discuss here
Combine 2 Movie Titles, Get 1 Film!
Ever wondered what the titles of two films you absolutely love would sound like all meshed together in one? The outcome can be pretty hilarious (especially when you see the new, bizarre title directly next to the movie's poster). Which combination of 2 movie titles into 1 film puts the biggest smile on your face? After voting, you may discuss the poll here. Also vote for: Combine 2 Movie Titles, Get 1 Film! - Part 2
Best "Best Picture" 2000-2009
What was the "best of the best" Best Picture of this decade? Discuss this poll at http://www.imdb.com/board/bd0000088/flat/218608624?d=218608624#218608624
This Crazy Thing Happened To Me
Some of the films on this list are fantasy films, but in all of them, there is a small part that is quite rare, but might occur in real life, for example, Inception: Personal experience of a dream within a dream. From this list, which rare thing happened to YOU in real life? If there is more than one, select the option that you believe is the MOST unbelievable and rare. I avoided from inserting to the list cases of physical violence or sexual violence. We would appreciate if you share your story here. Special thanks to jamesh5 & Ferry_Silitonga who helped me with the sugestion and too all the good people who helped me with this poll.
Best "Best Picture" - 1929 - 2009
Using the top 3 (or 4 depending on closeness) of each of the previous Best Picture Polls, which of them is the best so far? Vote on the others from here Discuss here
Favorite movie of the year according to IMDb?
The following films have reached the Top 250 in the same release year and considered as movie of the year according to IMDb, which of these movies do you think is the best? P.S: N/R: Not Ranked. Discuss here
19 Years of Good Movies
We are now approximately one-sixth of the way through the 21st century, and thousands of movies have already been released. But only a small percentage of them make it to IMDB's TOP 250. On 20/05/18, this is the list of movies on TOP 250 by year. Which year of 21st century has the best films on TOP 250? After voting, discuss here.
I Got a Bad Feeling Movies: Premonition or Promise?
When you hear the phrase "I got a bad feeling," it can mean only one thing: this movie is about to get a lot more exciting. Screenwriters have been using the line for as long as there have been movies. So, as long as there are movies, when you hear the phrase "I got a bad feeling ...," it's the signal to hold onto your seat. Which "I got a bad feeling" movie moment best delivered on the premonition and promise of what was to follow? Discuss the topic here.
Run-Off: The Best Film Title Ever
Excellent prose sometimes seems to be a dying art. The film industry, at times, does its part to revive it with great screen plays and, every so often, with exquisite titles from various sources, including novels, poems, and songs. The titles below serve as oases in a desert of the vague and recycled stamp-ons like Deceived and Shattered. Below are the top vote-getters from the first two parts of this poll: "Titles of Films before 1975" and "Titles of Films after 1975." This poll will determine the final winner. Instead of voting for your favorite movie, please vote for the title you think has the most pleasing language. Part I of Poll is here. Part II of Poll is here. Discuss the Run-Off Poll here.
IMDb Poll Board's Worst Ending in Films
There are endings in films that make us cry, laugh, or just leave us satisfied. But there are some that makes us cringe, disappoint us and make us hate the movie even more. The IMDb Poll Board members have given their worst and most hated ending in films. Which of these do you agree the most? It doesn't matter if the ending was widely considered as a great ending, all people have different tastes. Discuss here
The Land of Enchantment Movies
The Land of Enchantment is the official nickname of New Mexico. The nickname is because of New Mexico's scenic beauty and rich history. The State Tourist Bureau and New Mexico magazine first used the phrase "The Land of Enchantment" in 1935 to encourage tourism to the state (source: statesymbolsusa.org). New Mexico became the 47th state of the United States of America in 1912. These movies have a connection with New Mexico. They are (partially) filmed there or it's a topic in the story. Which movie (or movie poster) do you associate the most with New Mexico? You may discuss the poll here Click here to vote for other States of America