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Favorite Akira Kurosawa Directed Movie

In memory of Akira Kurosawa (1910-1998) on his birthday March 23rd, a retrospective on his greatest films. He is regarded as one of the most influential and important filmmakers ever; as well one of greatest Asians of the past 100 years. Kurosawa left a canon of great films as well as a legacy that influences movies being made today. Which movie directed by Akira Kurosawa is your favorite? Discuss the topic here.

Top 35 "Simpsons" movie-referencing quotes ...

Just as we, IMDb users, talk about movies every once in a while, so did most Simpsons' characters... and for our greatest delight. Here is a compilation of 35 quotes from the most quotable show of all-time, all of them referencing a film (well, sometimes, it's more about the book or the titular character, but I couldn't resist!). Some are funny in a clever way, some are hilariously nonsensical, some are so obscure it can takes years to get them...from the cane of "Citizen Kane" to Lionel Hutz' suit against "The Neverending Story" for false advertizing, from Homer sending a fan-letter to "Die Hard" to Bart's friends strangely enthusiastic for sneaking into "Barton Fink", which of these quotes 'd'oh!' you think is the funniest? Now, fasten your seatblets, this is going to be a bumpy, Godzilla-related, night! Discuss here

Face-Off: Seth Grahame-Smith Mash-Up Heroes

Seth Grahame-Smith is a mash-up novelist and Hollywood screenwriter. A mash-up combines a pre-existing classic work of fiction with new plot twists added from another genre by a contemporary co-author. Popular works include: "Abraham Lincoln, Vampire Hunter", "Pride and Prejudice and Zombies", "Little Women and Werewolves" and "Sense and Sensibility and Sea Monsters". Which Seth Grahame-Smith mash-up movie hero is more lethal: Abraham Lincoln, The Vampire Hunter or Elizabeth Bennet, The Zombie Killer? Discuss the topic here.

Most Unexpected Sequel

Sometimes the decisions of the production companies are odd. For example, why make a sequel to Highlander (1986) while the whole point of the original movie was "There can be only one"? Who had the idea to make a prequel to Cruel Intentions (1999) while it was a transposition from the 18th century to the 90s of Choderlos de Laclos's Dangerous Liaisons? Why make a sequel to Dumb and Dumber (1994) without Jim Carrey, Jeff Daniels and the Farrelly brothers? Anyway, from this list of unlikely sequels, which one is for you the most unexpected? Not the best or the worst, just the most... unexpected. Poll here! Discuss here!

Cartoons 2000-2005

Which of these unforgettable early 2000s cartoons do you treasure the most? Discuss the list here

Akira Kurosawa's Most Spellbinding Samurai Epics

Oscar nominated director, writer and producer, Akira Kurosawa, might be best known for his prestige Samurai epics. Which one of his samurai films would you consider to be your favorite? After voting, you may 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

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

Movie Character Wisdom

Which of these movie character words of wisdom agree with you the most? Discuss this poll here Also, vote on TV Character Wisdom

'Face-Off' Titles

Which of these 'Face-Off' movie/TV titles ([...] vs [...]) having at least 5,000 votes is your favorite? After voting, you may discuss the poll here.

Lucky 88

According to Chinese Culture, eight is the luckiest number of all because it sounds very similar to the word meaning “wealth”, “fortune”, and “prosper”. It is customary in the country to incorporate the number 8 wherever it's possible, and with more eights your good fortune increases. The number 88 means double happiness, and as such, watching a film that incorporates this number may make you happier. The following films have a runtime of exactly 88 minutes, making them very likely to bring enjoyment according to this idea. Which of them do you enjoy the most? Discuss Here Poll by Pencho15

BBC's Greatest Foreign-Language Films

BBC Culture polled 209 critics from 43 countries to find the 100 greatest foreign-language films of all time. Which film from their Top 25 is your own favorite? Discuss here after voting

Black & White

There truly is something special about the old movies in black and white. Which one of these films from between 1940 and 1960 is your all time favorite? Discuss the list here

Which vampire hunter would you trust to keep you alive?

Vampires are out to suck your blood, but you prefer to keep it where it is. Which of these dedicated* vampire hunters would you want by your side to keep you safe when walking out in the dark? * Dedicated; vampire hunter by choice, not by unfortunate twists of fate (sorry From Dusk Till Dawn fans) Discuss the list here.

2500 Polls!

In celebration of hitting 2500 polls, which movie in the top 35 worst U.S. box office openings in over 2,500 theaters is your favorite? Discuss it here

The Best Multiple Perspective Movies

Which of these movies told through multiple perspectives is your favorite? Discuss here

The Rashomon Effect Movies

The Rashomon Effect is named after Akira Kurosawa's 1950 film Rashomon, in which a murder is described in four contradictory ways by four witnesses. Which of these movies presenting Rashomon Effect do you like the most? Discuss the poll here Minimum of 1,000 ratings

Rotten Tomatoes: Top Art House & International Movies

Which of these top 35 art-house and international movies, according to Rotten Tomatoes, is your favorite? Discuss here Also vote for: Top Mystery & Suspense Movies

Movies Told in Flashback

As our main character reminisces, we watch a story of their past come to life. Which of these films told in flashback is your favorite? After voting, you may discuss the poll here.

Anagram Reviews - Part II: One-Word Top 250

And here comes part II of the 'anagram' poll series: this time I rearranged 10 one-word titles from IMDb Top 250 (as of 3rd April, 2021) and came up with sentences -or fragments- that can summarize the film (or a significant part of it). Which anagram-summary works the best for you? After voting, you might discuss the list here Check Part I