Poll: Run-Off: The Best Film Titles Part I
A poll by rubyfruit76
Results of 1,079 votes:
Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb (1964)
A Clockwork Orange (1971)
Breakfast at Tiffany's (1961)
To Kill a Mockingbird (1962)
Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (1958)
A Streetcar Named Desire (1951)
The Wizard of Oz (1939)
Double Indemnity (1944)
The Grapes of Wrath (1940)
The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance (1962)
Paper Moon (1973)
The Effect of Gamma Rays on Man-in-the-Moon Marigolds (1972)
To Sir, with Love (1967)
A Day in the Death of Joe Egg (1972)
Of Human Bondage (1934)
The Ox-Bow Incident (1942)
A Raisin in the Sun (1961)
The Egg and I (1947)
I Love You, Alice B. Toklas! (1968)
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
Decades in Crime
Which of these decades do you think was the best for the Crime genre? After voting, you may discuss the poll here.
Jumanji Me Into a Classic Film Noir Movie
What Film Noir movie would you like to be Jumanji'd/transported into? After choosing, please tell us what character is your choice to be Jumanji'd into right here.
A Perfect Murder
WARNING: Some may contain SPOILERS! You're planning a perfect murder. Think about the best way to do it, considering your alibi, weapon, evidence, motive without leaving any suspicion towards you. Which movie do you think have the most brilliant scenario of a perfect murder or how to get away with it? (whether they're successful or not) Discuss your scenario here
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
Movies Where the Villain is the Hero
Who said the villain couldn't be the hero? Of course, the term is to be taken very loosely... in its "main protagonist" sense, and let's forget about gangster and horror pictures where it's pretty much a genre-defining trope. Which of these movies where the bad guy is the main character is your favorite? After voting, you might discuss the list here
IMDb Keyword — Told in Flashback
Here are the top 25 feature films (by IMDb rating, minimum 25,000 votes) with the IMDb keyword told-in-flashback. Which film do you think is the best told story? Discuss here after voting
The Golden Age of Hollywood — The 1940s
Which of these Golden Age of Hollywood movies of the 1940s from the IMDb Top 1000 list, is the most era-defining in your opinion? After voting, you may discuss the poll here. The 1930s << The Golden Age of Hollywood >> The 1950s
Movies that Begin with the Ending
What is your favorite movie that begins with the ending? This list only includes those that are rated 8.00 or more. Discuss the list here.
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.
AMC's Greatest Movies of All Time
According to a public poll created by AMC, these are the top 35 of the 100 greatest movies of all-time as of October 2016. Which one of these do you think is the greatest? Discuss the poll here
Film-Noir: Typically features dark, brooding characters, corruption, detectives, and the seedy side of the big city. Almost always shot in black and white, American, and set in contemporary times (relative to shooting date). Which of these highest rated Film-Noir classics is your favorite? Discuss the poll here Also Available: Best Neo-noir Movie
IMDb All-Time Top 250: Crime
Only sixteen films have been ranked in every IMDb Top 250 year end list (1996-2016) and are categorized as part of the "crime" genre. Which of these films of the crime genre do you consider the best? After voting, you may discuss the poll here. Vote for Other Genres: Biography | Adventure
Most Prolific Actress Oscar Has Ever Seen
Kevin Bacon once claimed to have worked with everyone in Hollywood or someone they had worked with after his first thirty films. His comment was the catalyst for the creation of the pop culture game, "Six Degrees of Kevin Bacon". Bess Flowers never made such a boast, but could have easily made the claim in her day. Flowers was known as the "Queen of Hollywood Extras" appearing in over eight hundred movies plus hundreds of TV episodes and short films too. She holds the record for most feature film appearances by an actor, as well as both the records for most appearances in an Oscar nominated title at one hundred and sixty-eight and most appearances in a Best Picture nominee at twenty-three. So frequent were her appearances, diehard film fans would make a game of spotting her in movies. Bess Flowers' Oscar Nominated Movie List Which of these select Oscar nominated movies featuring Bess Flowers is your favorite? Discuss the topic here.
Best Black & White Best Picture Oscar Nominee
Which of these select* Oscar-nominated Best Picture movies initially released entirely or mostly in black & white is the best? * Well-deserving movies were selected based on these combined factors: IMDb vote totals (well seen), popularity, Meta Critic Scores, AFI 100 rank, IMDb ratings rank, iconic status, and other top ranks on established all-time lists. (minimum 30,000 IMDb votes) After voting, discuss the topic here.
Movies with letters I,M,D and B in the original title
If Your Life Was a Movie, What Genre Would It Be?
Which genre best fits your life based on the criteria given? Please don't vote for your favorite genre on the list - vote for the one which best describes you or your life. Thanks! Discuss the list here
Movies at 75 in 2019
Movies released in 1944 are now 75 years old. This poll includes the top rated 35 of the 1,120 movies released in 1944. Which one of these is your favorite? After voting, you may discuss the poll here. 2018 << Movies at 75 in Also vote for: Movies at 50 in 2019 | Movies at 25 in 2019
Col Needham's 10 Favorite Films
According to The Wrap, it’s no big secret that Col Needham, founder and CEO of IMDb, is a voracious film fan. But did you know he has now seen 10,000 films in his lifetime? The internet pioneer crammed in some 480 screenings in the last 10 months to meet the 10k goal ahead of his 50th birthday on Jan. 26. He finished just in time for IMDb’s 26th anniversary on Monday (Oct. 17). Which of his favorites do you like the most? After voting, please discuss here.
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