Poll: 1990s Comedic Two-Parters
A poll by ElMaruecan82
Results of 519 votes:
Home Alone (1990)
Ace Ventura: Pet Detective (1994)
The Addams Family (1991)
Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure (1989)
Wayne's World (1992)
Hot Shots! (1991)
Sister Act (1992)
Grumpy Old Men (1993)
Analyze This (1999)
Father of the Bride (1991)
City Slickers (1991)
The Nutty Professor (1996)
My Girl (1991)
Problem Child (1990)
Your Pet Preference
Pets. Some swim. Some Bark. Some Purr. Some you ride. Some are warm blooded. Some are cold as a rock. This poll has movies that each have a typical, or a not so typical, pet breed in the title. What Pet is your favorite pet? After voting, please discuss here.
10 + 2 Iconic Animals
Which of these twelve high profile animals from film and tv productions over the years is your favourite? Discuss here
Which rendition of Hamlet is your favorite?
Which rendition of Hamlet is your favorite? Discuss your answer here: http://www.imdb.com/board/bd0000088/nest/225234008
20 Years Ago It Was Like This...
Which movie of the Top 250-1996 (with a current rating lower than 7.0) is the most surprising to encounter in this list? discuss list here
25 memorable animal-themed quotes ...
Which of these 25 animal-themed quotes do you think is the most memorable? Discuss here The quotes should : - - -
Movies featuring animal as the main topic or source of the problem. Which one do you think have the most interesting concept? Discuss your animal here
Favorite Set of Twin Films
Twin Films are movies with more or less the exact same plot, released at nearly the same time (within a year of each other, for the purposes of this list). Which if your favorite set of twin films? Discuss the list here.
Favorite use of a Greek Chorus in a movie ...
According to Tv Tropes (from which most of the options listed are borrowed), the definition of a Greek Chorus goes like this : Greek Chorus : "A minor character or group of minor characters who offer commentary and/or opinions on the actions of the main characters, usually by Breaking the Fourth Wall and addressing the audience directly. [...] While a lead character can do this himself, it doesn't make him a Greek Chorus; a proper Greek Chorus differs by being removed from the action and thus able to view it with something approaching objectivity. [...] It's one use for the First-Person Peripheral Narrator. Strictly speaking, an omniscient narrator usually wouldn't qualify as a Greek Chorus. However, the lemony type who repeatedly breaks the Fourth Wall and makes asides to the audience to the point that they're a "character" unto themselves might reach the point where they overlap with it. If the narration is revealed to be by an actual main member, retroactively telling the story to someone else, it may count, but the important qualifier is that their opinions are objective and express what the audience would think (if they are retroactively self-deprecating of even their own actions, etc.)" So, which of these favorite use of a Greek Chorus in a movie is your favorite? Discuss here
Mickey Rooney Oscar Films
During his long career of more than 300 film, actor Mickey Rooney was involved in several Oscar nominated films. In which of his Academy Award recognized film do you think he had the most memorable role? Vote for this poll at http://www.imdb.com/poll/M6gax6nQE9E/?ref_=tt_po_q1 Poll Suggestion by Pencho15 Discuss this suggestion at http://www.imdb.com/board/bd0000088/flat/228106057
Top 25 five-word movie quotes ...
IMDb Poll Board's Favourite Film Rated 6.0 or Lower
The poll board chipped in to give a list of their favourite films rated 6.0 or less, the question is which of us do you agree with? If you've seen none, or enjoyed none, which would you be most likely to watch, or re-watch? Discuss 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.
Classic (but Unfinished) Quotes
Wait a minute, you ain't heard nothing yet... you think some quotes are memorable because they perfectly captured the spirit of a scene or a movie, well, you're right. But if you think this is a credit to the writers, you couldn't be more wrong. Actually, the credit goes to the editors who knew exactly where to cut, or when to put a soundtrack loud enough to cover the rest of the sentence. Now, exclusively, here are the classic movie quotes as you should have heard them if it wasn't for the editors' foresight, regardless of the ridiculous impact they would have on the film had they been kept, which one do you find the most interesting in a funny or not-so-implausible way? Discuss the list here
If You Were a Filmmaker....
What genre of films would you specialize in making? Discuss the list here
Original Top 250
Which of this titles that were on the original IMDb Top 250 but that have since dissapeared deserves the most to be back? (listing only the films that were on the Top 100) Poll by Pencho15 You can also vote on the Original Bottom 100 poll Over here
Babe or Miss Piggy?
Which of them is your favourite famous pig? Discuss here
Surprising titles of the Top 250
You may find it surprising, but all the following titles were present at least once in the Top 250. Today they all have a rating of 6.8 or less. Which movie surprises you the most to have been in the Top? Discuss here and see the list of all movies that have appeared on the IMDb Top 250 here! (list by dan_dassow) (Source: took.nl/250)
Favorite Family film nominated for the Best Picture Oscar ...
Since the Oscars are not all about biopics, heart-pounding war/epics or historical dramas, in other words: 'serious' films, how about the ones that can also appeal to those who hasn't grown up yet (literally and symbolically)? Discuss at http://www.imdb.com/board/bd0000088/thread/222395536
20 Years Ago It Was Like This... (Part 2)
Which movie of the Top 250-1997 (with a current rating lower than 7.5) is the most surprising to encounter in this list? Either you think the 1997 rating was too high or the current rating is too low. You may discuss the poll here See also: 20 Years Ago It Was Like This... (Part 1)
Top 20 all-time highest-grossing monosyllabic movies
Fave Film With One Sound To Name It Talk Poll at http://www.imdb.com/board/bd0000088/thread/220500455