Poll: "Bleep" the Line!
A poll by ElMaruecan82
Results of 357 votes:
The Sixth Sense (1999)
Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope (1977)
The Wizard of Oz (1939)
Terminator 2: Judgment Day (1991)
Field of Dreams (1989)
The Shawshank Redemption (1994)
Hang 'Em High (1968)
The Graduate (1967)
Star Wars: Episode V - The Empire Strikes Back (1980)
Yankee Doodle Dandy (1942)
She Done Him Wrong (1933)
Animal Crackers (1930)
Midnight Cowboy (1969)
The Apartment (1960)
The Warriors (1979)
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
Funniest Comedy on the IMDb Top 250
These films all feature on the IMDb 250 and have the genre tag of comedy, which of these is the funniest? Discuss Here
Best "Best Picture" 1960 - 1969
What is the best "best picture" winner of this decade? Discuss here
Let's Celebrate New Year!!!
After Christmas, there is a new year. Before you start the new year, which of these 35 movies that take place on a new year's eve, or is new year related, will you be watching just before the year ends? Discuss here
Most Romantic Titular Location
Out of Africa (1985), Sleepless in Seattle (1993) or Roman Holiday (1953), there are many romances whose titles contain the name of a town or a specific location, but this poll is about classic romances whose titles ARE locations, or put differently: that can work as answers to the question: "Where?". So... where is your favorite movie romance set? After voting, you might discuss the list here
Favorite Sneaky Alternative Christmas Movie?
Which of these sneakily alternative Christmas movies* set against the back-drop of the holiday season is your favorite unconventional Christmas movie? *limited to movies not primarily about Christmas, do not have a telling Christmas-themed title, but the holiday remains inter-wowen into the movie nonetheless Discuss the topic here.
Greatest Opening Narrations of the 1950s and 1960s
A lot of Movies use a narrative instead of dialogue as the opening scene of a motion picture. Some have images. Some do not. Sometimes spoken. Sometimes not. However the director chose to frame the opening of these movies, they are the most memorable of the 1950s and 60s. Which one of these do you consider the very best? After voting, please discuss here.
Most Romantic Romance of the 20th Century
Which of these highest rated romances of the 20th century is the most romantic? After voting, you may discuss the poll here. Also vote for: Most Romantic Romance of the 21st Century
United Artists 100th Anniversary Poll Part II
February 5 of 1919 marks the establishment of United Artists, a movie company that changed history, becoming the first one meant to give actors control over their own interests. Founded by Charles Chaplin, Douglas Fairbanks, Mary Pickford and D.W. Griffith, the studio became mainly known as a distributor, and while it was sold and restructured many times, it still lives today as part of Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. To celebrate the 100th anniversary of United Artists, we have this poll. From their second 25 years of history, which is the most important United Artists movie? Vote on part I Vote on Part III Vote on Part IV Discuss Here Poll by Pencho15
BBC's 25 Greatest American Films
These are the top 25 of the greatest American films of all-time as chosen by British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC). Which one of them do you think is the greatest? You may discuss the poll here.
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
Ten films the Mad Men Cast had to watch before filming started
The second half of the final season of Mad Men (2007) starts on April 5, 2015. Mad Men's creator, Matthew Weiner has said that he made his cast watch these ten movies before they stepped foot on set. Which do you think feel has the most influence on Mad Men when it started and how it has evolved over the years? Discuss the list here
Early to Screen and Early to Laugh
This is a list of Earliest Comedy Feature Films With At Least 25000 Votes which includes the period of 1921-1961. Which of the following movies do you like the most? After voting, discuss here.
That's an Order!
Which of these imperative quotes is the most iconic? It's not an order but discuss the list here after voting.
Best Original Screenplay Winners in IMDb Top 250
Originality is a beautiful thing, isn't it? These films exemplified what it meant to bring to life a truly fresh idea and brought home the Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay for its excellent execution. Not based upon any previously published material, these films birthed their own origin and fascinated its viewers with its highly original characters and story. Which of these winners of the Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay (in the IMDb Top 250 as of Aug 19, 2016) do you love most for its originality? After voting, you may discuss the poll here. Also vote for: Best Adapted Screenplay Winners in IMDb Top 250
TimeOut's 35 Best Movies of All Time.
TimeOut magazine polled 83 working actors for their personal top 10 films and used those lists to make a list of 100 Best Movies of All Time. Here we have the top 35 films from that poll. Which of these is #1 on your list? Discuss the list here
35 Oldest Oscar Winning Best Pictures
Which of these 35 oldest Oscar winning Best Pictures is your favorite? After voting, you may discuss the poll here.
Which of these movie elevator scenes is the most memorable? Discuss the list 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.
I Didn't Mean To Shed a Tear
Combining comedy and drama is nothing new but sometimes you find yourself surprised when a film you thought would be funny, in most part, became much more sad than you thought. Sometimes it's the humorous poster, the actors you're not used to seeing in dramatic scenes (like Adam Sandler and Dom DeLuise), the innocent plot that didn't reveal what would happen next - all of these factors make you surprised that the film became much more serious and sad than you thought. Some of these films introduce painful social phenomena (like discrimination in employment on the basis of age, immigration, divorce), some talk about human emotions such as loneliness, pain, and lack of self confidence. In a few movies there is an unexpected death. So which comedy that looked hilarious on paper is actually quite depressing? From this list, pick the most unexpectedly depressing comedy film. Regardless of your opinion about the film. All of this doesn't mean that some of the films on the list are not funny; they are just sad and even depressing in parts. Discuss Here