Poll: On-Screen Injuries That Really Happened
A poll by pere-25366
Results of 820 votes:
Django Unchained (2012)
The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers (2002)
Inglourious Basterds (2009)
A Clockwork Orange (1971)
Apocalypse Now (1979)
First Blood (1982)
The Wizard of Oz (1939)
Rocky IV (1985)
The Exorcist (1973)
The Godfather (1972)
The Princess Bride (1987)
Being John Malkovich (1999)
The Last Samurai (2003)
Blade Runner (1982)
Follow the Fleet (1936)
Many names of Aragorn
Which of the many names of Aragorn do you find the most interesting? You can vote either based on the sounding of a name, based on its meaning, or both. Some of these names have only appeared in J.R.R. Tolkien's books, and not in adaptations. Related poll: Many names of Gandalf
'Being John Malkovich' as ...
December 3, 2019 marks the twentieth anniversary of the debut of Spike Jonze’s Being John Malkovich (1999). In the film a puppeteer discovers a portal that leads literally into the head of movie star John Malkovich. If you could enter the portal to John Malkovich’s head, which film role would you most wish to experience while being in his head? After voting, please discuss here.
I Know That (Creepy) Smile!
Fake, evil, and menacing, or just plain creepy. Which smile looks most memorable to you? SMILE! And discuss it here!
It's not easy being green
From this list of green characters who is your Favourite? For the blue poll vote here. For the yellow poll vote here For the pink poll vote here For the gray poll vote here For the Purple poll vote here For the Black poll vote here Discuss here
Most Intense Sci-Fi Movie Scenes
This is the scifi-edition of the most-intense-movies-scenes-polls. According to IMDb poll board users, there are scenes in some movies that are so intense with emotion or situation or a special twist, that you will never forget them again. Which of these intense scifi-scenes below is your pick? (Feel free to vote, even if you saw just a few of these movies. If you didn't see any of them, pick the one that you would watch the most likely) Discuss here. This is the fourth part. Live-poll Part I Live-poll Part II Live-poll Part III
Which of these characters do you think is the most handy with hammers? Discuss the list here!
We're Off to Quote the Wizard...
... the Wonderful Wizard of Oz! A chapter of history has definitely been turned with the passing of Jerry Maren, last surviving Munchkin since 2014, the year The Wizard of Oz (1939) celebrated its 75th anniversary, along with another masterpiece from a whiz of a director Victor Fleming. Indeed, the iconic classic is probably after Gone with the Wind (1939) one of the most quotable movies of legendary 1939, if not all cinema's history. So, remembering through Jerry Marren, the Munchkins and the legacy of one of the all-time greatest classics, which of these quotes from the film is your favorite? After voting, if you wish to discuss, just follow the blue click link
Celebrities Who Portrayed Themselves
Which of these celebrities who portrayed themselves did you find most amusing? Discuss the list here!
What Type of Diver Are You?
During summer holidays, we all have fun on the beach or in the pool, but when it comes to taking the big plunge, our attitudes and reactions to water tend to differ. How do you usually get into the water? After voting, you may discuss the list here
Sword-wielding Male Characters
If all of these characters were enemies and fought one another with a single sword, who do you think would win? Vote for Sword-wielding Female Characters here! Discuss the list here!
Best looking Emo/Gothic Girl Character
Which emo/gothic girl character looks best? Discuss here
Iconic Shots in Which Actors Were Doubled
By nature, filmmakers would try to film the movie in such a way that you won't suspect doubles were used, if they were. Sometimes the shots (or whole scenes) get so iconic that it is surprising to discover that it's not the known iconic actors in them, but some cleverly disguised acting or stunt doubles. Out of collection of such shots, which one is your favorite? Discuss the poll here
Which Witch Would You Summon?
You are stuck in a magic forest. It's dark after midnight, creepy creatures lurk around you. You can hear them howl and see their shadows in the pale moonlight. Some of them are wild animals, moving on the moist, foggy ground; some others seem to be magical glowing appearings. You're caught. No gun, no knife, no arming, nor any armour or at least holy water. But you have a magic potion that allows you to cast a spell to summon a female witch that guides you and prevents you from harm in the dark woods on your terrifying way home. Which of these witches would you summon to guide you through the evil darkness? (Remember, she is under your spell and can't cause harm to you.) Cast your spell here.
What would you dress as for Halloween?
Which of these spooky costumes would you be most likely to wear if you were invited to a halloween party or going trick or treating? Discuss Here
The Trials of Westley
Westley went from being a poor laboring farmboy to the Dread Pirate Roberts to the hero of 1987's The Princess Bride (1987). He endured many tribulations to eventually be with Princess Buttercup. Which challenge that he faced was your favorite? Discuss here.
Coolest Villain Name
Sometimes, having a bad name is not that bad. "Nobody is a villain in their own story. We're all the heroes of our own stories." George R. R. Martin Which villain name do you think is the coolest? Discuss their coolness here
Best Quentin Tarantino Villain
Which villain from a movie written or directed by Quentin Tarantino is your favorite? Discuss the list here!
Classic Clothing - Movie Villains!
All of these villains are well known and they have a distinctive outfit, and/or items/gadgets that go with them, which of these outfits is the most iconic? Discuss Here Take the hero poll here
If You Found a Genie, What Would You Wish For?
You just found a lamp with a genie inside, just like Aladdin did. What would be your wish? Discuss the list here!
Improvising is the... uh... the best!
A script gives an actor/actress a certain eloquence but sometimes it's that spur of the moment, gut instinct feeling, that moment when they are so into character, that the true magic comes out of their mouths. In order to qualify, these lines must have either been ad-libbed by the actor on screen or changed from how it was originally written in the script. I have chosen not to include lines/moments delivered by Brando, as so much of his dialogue was ad-libbed that perhaps he merits a list of his own. In your opinion, which improvised moment in film by an actor has resonated most with you over the years? After voting, you may discuss your unscripted thoughts here.