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Best Film Adaptations Written by the Author

This is a list of film adaptations written by the author of the original source material. Which one is your favorite? Discuss at the Poll Suggestion Board!!! Note: No adaptations of visual media allowed, ruling out adaptations of short films and television shows as well as remakes or reboots.

Funniest combo of 2 classic AFI's Quotes ...

From these 35 combinations of two classic cinematic quotes, listed in the American Film Institute's Top 100 -each quote being used once, which makes 70% of the list exploited for this poll- which ones make the funniest exchange, or which combos make you wish it really happened in the film? Discuss here

Happy Birthday David Mamet!

David Mamet is a writer, director and producer of TV, movies and plays known for his attention to realistic, fast-moving and profane dialogue and his frequent collaborations with William H. Macy, Alec Baldwin, Joe Mantegna, Ed O'Neill, Ricky Jay, J.T. Walsh and Rebecca Pidgeon. November 30, 2014 marks his 67th birthday. Which of his productions is your favorite? Discuss the list here

25 Worst movie quotes to use (or hear) in intimacy ...

Now, that's quite a naughty one... and I'm not too proud of it, but here it goes: from this list of 25 classic movie quotes, all of them delivered in a totally unsexual context (this is why "I've had better" from LIAR, LIAR isn't on the list), which one, depending on who you are, would be the worst to use or to hear in intimacy? (some aren't that bad, but we all behave differently when it comes to these ... matters) Discuss this poll (like civilized adults) here

The Best "Man"

What's your pick for the best motion picture to have "man" or "men" in the title? Discuss here.

Favorito Filmo ...

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If these titles were about superheroes I'd watch...

All of these titles have names that could belong to a superhero (or a group of superheroes), if they were superhero movies which of them would you most want to watch? Discuss here

Most Original Magnificent Movie

For some people, a catchy title can be a good reason to watch a movie. Which of these alliterative movie titles is the most original? (we're not asking for the best movie) Discuss the list here Related Poll: Most Original Groovy Movie (rhyming movie titles)

Man's movies without superpowers ...

Which of these non-Sci-fi movies whose titles end with the word "Man" is your favorite? Discuss at http://www.imdb.com/board/bd0000088/thread/220879592

Favorite "American" Film

Which film which has it's title starting with the word "American" would you call your favorite? Discuss these American Films Here

Classic Movie "Arc" Quotes

What's an arc quote? Well, what an arc quote is NOT is a catchphrase or a signature quote. "What's the Matrix?" "Who's Keyser Soze?" These are arc quotes. Arc quotes are generally repeated lines that work as leitmotifs to the main theme of the film, the plot mystery or the lead character's Aesopian arc. They often have an enigmatic value whose resolution comes at the end, or they can define the whole narrative or the hero's journey by gaining either more or a whole new significance by the end (in most cases, they're not delivered by the main protagonists). On the basis of this lengthy but (I hope) insightful presentation, here comes the question: which of these arc quotes would you say is the most classic? After voting, you may discuss the list here

Best Interrogation Scene

Interrogation, questioning, interpellation, are all words for unmasking the truth. These scenes are intense, torturous, and sometimes amusing to those of us with a dark sense of humor. Which interrogation scene do you think is best? Discuss here.

Repeated Cinematic Lines (Part I)

The more you repeat a sentence, even a banal one, the more memorable it gets, and you know what, the more you repeat a sentence, even a banal one, the more memorable it gets. That's how memory works, and it doesn't come as a surprise that some of the most memorable movies' lines, you know, the ones that get stuck in your head after the first watching are generally the ones that were constantly repeated, because the more you repeat a sentence and so forth. Now, which of these memorable movies' lines repeated several times in one scene, is the most memorable? Discuss here

Dude, Where's My Hair!

This is a list of actors who portrayed characters with receding hairlines and hair loss. Which actor's hair transformation looks the worst? Discuss Here!

Alternate Storylines for Famous Films - Part IV

Which of these alternate plots, based on the titles of the films, do you find the most appealing? Discuss the list here See PART 1 here See PART 2 here See PART 3 here See the JAMES BOND EDITION here See also: Movies Told from a Different Character's Perspective

RUN-OFF Poll: 100 Greatest Movie Quotes (Part 3)

AFI (American Film Institute) produced a list of the 100 greatest movie quotes of all time We use this list for this poll. This is the run-off poll: In every poll there is 25 quotes, the first five in every poll will advance to the Final, in order to find out: What is the greatest movie quote ever? This is poll 3 of 4. The poll will end in 5/16 friday at 11 AM PST. Discuss here

Top 25 three-word movie quotes ...

Which of these 25 classic three-word movie quotes would you say is the most classic? 1,2,3 ... let's start! Discuss at http://www.imdb.com/board/bd0000088/thread/222684275

70s Paranoid Thriller Films

In the 1970s, particularly in the shadow of Watergate and general disillusion with the government or corporate establishment, there was a particular genre of thrillers which became popular, that involved various shadowy conspiracies. These could involve the government (or secret rogue groups within the government), corporations, or other nebulous groups of powerful people behind the scenes. Often a lone person (or very small group of people) will see or notice something that puts him or her on the trail of such a conspiracy. This person could be an intrepid reporter, or a small-time cop or sheriff, or a private investigator. Often this person has no clue at first what he's getting himself into, but as his curiosity peels back more layers of the onion, he'll suddenly find a stray bullet whizzing by him, or some other grave threat to his health coming from the shadows. This will almost always stiffen his resolve to find out what's going on, and the race is on for him to gather enough evidence to expose the truth before his newfound foes end him. His success in that race isn't always guaranteed. Which of these "paranoid thrillers" of the 70s intrigued or frightened you the most? Discuss here

Little Big Guys

Jebediah Springfield once said "A noble spirit embiggens the smallest man". We can all say "Amen!" to that. Yet, as true as it is, this creed wasn't fully embraced by Hollywood where heightism seems to have prevailed for decades and decades, allowing only a few vertically challenged actors to portray heroic characters instead of the usual sidekicks, comic reliefs, or vile antagonists from the sneaky traitors to the villains with 'Napoleon Complex'. Celebrating the "little big guys" of cinema, which of these heroic characters played by actors under 5'8 is your favorite? After voting, you may discuss the list here (only male adult roles, characters over 20, and no member of a group or creatures of naturally small size)