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Poll: Gender Stereotypes - Males
A poll by ur22567331
Results of 2,023 votes:
Crazy, Stupid, Love. (2011)
Ricky tapes Jane
Crazy, Stupid, Love. (2011)
Mel Gibson stars as Nick Marshall
The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert (1994)
The Shining (1980)
Kindergarten Cop (1990)
Daniel (LIAM NEESON) and Sam (THOMAS SANGSTER).
The Cosby Show (1984)
Daddy Day Care (2003)
P.S. I Love You (2007)
School of Rock (2003)
Iconic Movie Catchphrases
We may not remember the entire movie, but we definitely remember the line and that's because they transcended the scripts they were from and became a part of us forever. This will NOT include superhero catchphrases, as that has been done here. Which iconic movie catchphrase do you think is most MEMORABLE? After voting, you may discuss the poll here.
Scary Moments From Stephen King Movies
Which is the scariest moment from Stephen King's movies? Discuss the list here!
Stephen King Villains
Which Stephen King villain is the most despicable? Discuss the list here!
Good Movie Characters Turned Bad
Which of these characters who were once good but have now 'turned to the dark side' makes the most remarkable change? Come over to the dark side here Take the TV poll 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!
Favorite Jack Nicholson Character
Who is your favorite character that Jack Nicholson has portrayed? Discuss the list here!
You've been framed...
You've been wrongfully accused of a capital crime. The police are after you and they have tons of circumstantial evidence against you to prove their case. What do you do next? Quick! Hide in this board forum. The police won't look for you in here!
No, Don't Do It!
These things are repeated so often that they're cliche; they also seem to be obviously unwise and yet movies still depict them over and over again. Of these common tropes, which is the dumbest thing a character can do? Yell "don't do it!" here
Spoofed Movie Moments
It's often been said that imitation is the most sincere form of flattery. So basically, if you find one of your own movie scenes the subject of occasional parody, in our books, you've made it. These are among some of the most iconic scenes in movies that, because of their immense popularity and influence, have been repeatedly parodied in pop culture. These films, and more specifically these scenes, will therefore forever be etched in our hearts. Which of these oft spoofed movie moments is your all-time favorite? After voting, you may discuss the poll here.
Movie Quote Ringtones
Which of these movie character quotes (used repetitively) would you add to your cell ringtones? Discuss here
Best Male Performance Not Nominated for an Oscar
Which of these male performances chosen by IMDb Poll Board members as the best performances not nominated for an Oscar most deserved to be nominated? Discuss it here. Vote in the female poll here
Worst bathrooms in movie history!
Which of these bathrooms, WC's, restrooms, lavatory, or washroom would haunt your nightmares if you found yourself desperate to use them when nature really is calling! Discuss your revulsion here! http://www.imdb.com/board/bd0000088/nest/227379314
Stanley Kubrick Leads
Which one is your favorite lead character in a film directed by Stanley Kubrick? Discuss the list here Also vote for: Martin Scorsese Leads | Ridley Scott Leads
The Pain of the Friendzone
Sometimes things don't go the way we want them to. Which of these popular friendzoned characters do you feel most sorry for? Discuss this here.
Innocent Phrases With Sinister Meanings
Which of these innocent-sounding quotes would scare you the most if uttered by these specific characters? Discuss and Make Suggestions at the Poll Suggestion Board!
Author's Favorite from the First 1000 Polls
This poll is in celebration of IMDb reaching 1000 polls. Which of these author favorite polls is your favorite? You may discuss this poll here.
Brrrr... Who's the Coldest of the Cold?
According to the Oxford Dictionary, the following are the first two definitions of the word cold: 1) Of or at a low or relatively low temperature 2) lack of affection or warmth of feeling. Of the following characters exposed to cold temperatures, who is the most cold hearted? Shiver 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.
Greatest Post-1980's Movie Villains
Which of these post-1980's live action movie characters do you think can be considered as the "Greatest Post-1980's Movie Villain"? After voting, you may discuss the poll here. Also vote for: Greatest Pre-1980's Movie Villains | Greatest Pre-1980's Movie Heroes | Greatest Post-1980's Movie Heroes | Greatest Movie Anti-Heroes of All Time | Greatest TV Heroes of All Time | Greatest TV Villains of All Time | Greatest TV Anti-Heroes of All Time
IMDb: Donate 10 Million Dollars!!
In celebration of hitting 10 Million votes on IMDb polls, we ask you a simple question: If you had 10 million dollars to contribute to a non-profit organization which one would you choose? All the organizations listed in the poll are fictional and are related to the film industry. Discuss Here