Poll: Most Disappointing Movie Based on Videogames
A poll by dadolo1987
Results of 3,334 votes:
Super Mario Bros. (1993)
Street Fighter (1994)
Max Payne (2008)
Far Cry (2008)
Alone in the Dark (2005)
House of the Dead (2003)
Mortal Kombat (1995)
Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time (2010)
Lara Croft: Tomb Raider (2001)
Resident Evil (2002)
DOA: Dead or Alive (2006)
Double Dragon (1994)
Silent Hill (2006)
Favorite Movie Based on Video Games
Vote for your favorite movie based on video games After voting you may discuss here
Characters wearing the American flag
Who of these characters who wear the American flag looks the coolest? Discuss the list here!
Face-Off: Prince of Persia vs. John Carter
Both Disney films released within a couple of years of each other. Same IMDB user rating 6.6. Nearly the same number of votes ~190,000. Both have bald villains. The main characters have similar dress, hairstyle, parkour moves, and are both out to help a princess in her quest. Which do you like better? Discuss here.
Movie Bombs Since 2000
When we think of movie bombs we tend to think of summer blockbusters that don't live up to the hype. With those movies there are still a good number of people that liked what they saw. These movies didn't fare well with the majority, if not everyone, who viewed them. Which one would you say is the worst? If you have stayed clear of these films, which one sounds the worst? They currently sit at a 3.0 or below, and have been rated 8,000 or more times. Discuss Here
Best Interpretation of a Video Game Character in Movie
Which of these performances based on a character created for a video game is your favorite? Discuss here
Worst Movie That Earns an "F" From Audiences?
A "F" from Cinemascore movie audiences is a rare occurrence and indicates a movie strongly disappointed its core audience. Furthermore, "F" scores from opening night theater audiences can be the "kiss of death" for a movie. The score virtually guarantees a short theatrical run and limited box office, by scaring off potential patrons once word circulates about the movie. Since 1999, only about twenty films have received the bottom mark which averages out to just over one movies per year. Cinemascore F Rated Movie List Which select film that scores a rare F Cinemascore with movie theater audiences is the most deserving* of its failing grade? *biggest disappointment or alternatively, the least worth the price of a ticket Take the companion poll: Best Movie That Scores an A+ With Audiences? Discuss the topic here.
Not So Super Mario Bros.
What's the worst crime against cinemanity of which you can accuse the alleged filmmakers of the critically lambasted, box office atrocity, Super Mario Bros. (1993)? Gather your evidence. Prep your expert witnesses. Practice your opening remarks before you go before the United Nations Tribunal in the war crimes prosecution here.
My Home is My Castle
You've been made the King of Hollywood. Which of these castle's will you choose as your residence? Discuss here
Memorial Day Box Office
As of Memorial Day weekend 2015, these are 35 US domestic box office winners of Memorial Day opening Weekends (1982-2015). Which of these films is your favorite? Source: Box Office Mojo. After voting, you may discuss the poll here.
Movies Coming to Disney+ in Summer 2020
Which of these movies coming to Disney+ in the summer of 2020 are you most excited to watch? Discuss here
Favorite Rooftop Scene
Which of these rooftop scenes is your favorite? Discuss the list here!
Forbes Fictional 15's
Forbes create a rich list every year, counting down the richest people in the world, since 2006, every year, they've created a fictional rich list comprising of 15 characters, which of these characters (featured in any Forbes 15 list) is the most intriguing? Note - All estimated worth's are fictitious! Discuss here Source - http://www.forbes.com/special-report/2012/fictional-15-12/fictional-15.html
M.M. (Part 2)
From this list of fictional characters with the initials MM*, who is your favorite? *includes nicknames and in some cases honorifics like Maid and Madam Discuss here See part 1 here.
Italia, Yes! Mafia, No!
If The Godfather (1972) has emphasized in our consciousness many positive aspects about Italian-American culture... it also generated a few negative ones as far as pop culture and gangster movies are concerned... and this comes from a fan of the film. We tend to forget that many great movies set in Italian-American neighborhoods or featuring Italian-American protagonists have no connection whatsoever with the Mafia or any crime-related entity and deserve a tribute of their own. So, which of these Italian-American non-Mafia movies is your favorite? After voting, you might discuss the list here
Movie Titles That Are Acronyms
An acronym is an abbreviation formed from the initial letters of other words and pronounced as a word. Which of these acronym titles and their meanings, is the best name for a movie? You may discuss the poll here
Which of these Box Office bombs would you rather watch?
If you were forced to watch any of these box office bombs which would it be? Discuss this poll here
Pop's Culture - Gifts for Dad on Father's Day
Need some ideas for Father's Day presents? Which of these actual possible gifts would your dad like most? Discuss the list here *one item per title
Most bogus "widening your appeal" roles
Of the many desperate attempts to crack the family market, who's provided the best working definition of "slumming"? Discuss the list here
Which abbreviated Movie/TV title is your favorite? Discuss
This is a list of those movies that are universally seen as "bad" but nevertheless still hold a place in your heart. Whether they bring back fond memories of childhood, or you just like them, they are bad to nearly everyone but you. Which one do you hold dear? All movies in this list are 20% or lower on Rotten Tomatoes, and I avoided sequels because let's face it, there just isn't enough space. Discuss here.