Poll: Cheesy Movie Chat-Up Line
A poll by peaspot
Results of 3,722 votes:
Pretty Woman (1990)
P.S. I Love You (2007)
A Beautiful Mind (2001)
Gone with the Wind (1939)
Napoleon Dynamite (2004)
Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy (2004)
Lost in Translation (2003)
"Casablanca" Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman 1942 Warner Bros.
Thelma & Louise (1991)
Dr. No (1962)
Top Gun (1986)
Intolerable Cruelty (2003)
Good Will Hunting (1997)
Ryan Reynolds, Tara Reid
Wedding Crashers (2005)
Go West (1940)
Kristin Scott Thomas
The English Patient (1996)
Couples Retreat (2009)
The Cabin in the Cotton (1932)
Leaving Las Vegas (1995)
Movie Still That Best Captures the Romance
Admit it, there are movies with scenes that are just so romantic that you feel weak in the knees. Sometimes it's the way the characters embrace, other times it's the way the characters look at each other, or just simply refuse to look at each other. And sometimes, these moments are perfectly captured in a still shot from that scene. Which of these famous movie images best captures the romance of the scene? Discuss here: http://www.imdb.com/board/bd0000088/thread/224242569
Sexiest Films Of All Time
Which of these films picked by some of the members of the Poll message Board would you say is the sexiest of all time? Discuss the poll here
Situations for a good doomed Romance
All lovers of the Romance genre can't resist to a tragic and Doomed romance, so which setting/ situation you like it enjoy the most in a doomed romantic film? Discuss the poll/list here
Infidelity - Whom Can You Forgive?
They all have been cheating on their spouses. Whom of these cheating husbands and wives in films can you (as member of the audience) most willingly forgive their infidelity? Note: You are voting for the person(s) doing the cheating, not for your favourite film! Discuss here
Best Rivalry in a Comedy Movie
Which set of individuals or groups that were up against each other is your favorite (I'm excluding sports comedies)? Discuss Here
"Quote it, Sam. Quote 'Casablanca'." (75th Anniversary)
Or should I say "We'll always have 'Casablanca (1942)'", there were so many beginnings of a beautiful introduction paying tribute to the most quotable movie of all-time. And to call it 'quotable' is an understatement. Indeed, when it comes to legendary screenplays, the film is certainly among the usual suspects, still holding the record of the most represented movie in the American Film Institute's Top 100 Quotes with six entries and four of featured in the last ten minutes, perhaps the most parodied and "known-before-actually-watching-the-film" moment. So, celebrating the three-quarter century of the legendary classic, which of these Casablanca quotes is your favorite? After voting, discuss the list here, Sam.
Best Ensemble in a Oscar Winner in the Last 20 Years
What is your favorite ensemble cast in a movie that won the main prize in the Oscars in the last 20 years? Discuss the list here
Woody Allen in Black & White vs. Color
Manhattan, directed by Woody Allen, is often considered one of the best shot movies in the history of cinema. Even Shadows and Fog, which got average reception,was praised for its beautiful cinematography- mainly inspired by Impressionist Style. Both of these films were shot in Black & White, i.e Monochrome, whereas most of his movies are shot in color. So, which of these modes of shooting from his films, do you enjoy more? Discuss the list here.
Favorite Woody Allen Quote - Part I
December 1, 2015 mark the 80th anniversary of Woody Allen. This list of quotes by The Writer and Director from his Movies, Which is your favorite? See Part II HERE Discuss The Quotes HERE
If you published a book about Cinema ...
... and could pick only ONE picture for the cover, which of these 35 iconic shots, would you choose as the most defining of all the values (magic, innovation, escapism, truth, universality, entertainment, technology ...) Cinema stands for ? Discuss here
What is the capital of Hipsterism?
The fifth season of Portlandia recently premiered. When you think about hipsters en masses, which city (real world) first pops into your mind? Crochet your answer here.
Cinematic Sophie's Choices
As moviegoers, we have been the victims of having to witness some of our most beloved movie characters have to make the most agonizing decisions ever, ones that we ourselves could never, or rather would hope to never, make in our lives. Other than the agonizing Sophie's choice decision, which can be deemed the quintessential 'hard choice' to make, which of these excruciating decisions in a movie would you find the hardest to make if faced with one? [Please note: There may be some spoilers ahead]. After voting, you may discuss the poll here.
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
War and Romance
Some of the best romances of the big screen are set in war times. Which one is your favorite ? Discuss the Poll /list here
We'll Always Have Bogie.
Of all the screen legends in all Hollywood, no one could deliver a line like Humphrey Bogart. He was good, very good... the stuff cinematic nostalgia is made of. Commemorating the 60th anniversary of his death (January 14), which of these classic quotes said by or to "Bogie" is your personal favorite? You know what to do after the vote, don't you, Steve? You just put the cursor on "here" and click!
Oscar Nominated Performances in Woody Allen Movies
Woody Allen has directed a lot of movies, several with Oscar nominated acting performances. But which of these performances that received an Oscar nomination is your favourite? Once you've voted you can discuss this poll here.
Envious Movie Characters
Whether they are heroes, villains, or antiheroes, sometimes characters with envy are the most intriguing. Who is the most interesting envious movie character? Discuss Here This is a re-creation of a poll that was published on December 15, 2014.
The Climax Types
The climax is the final confrontation of all the conflicting forces in the movie, in a generally spectacular or emotional manner leading to the resolution, for better or for worse. So, if you judge a story by the height it reaches, then there's no good movie without a good climax. Here are different types of cinematic climaxes based on the situations (rather than the settings, contexts or even the genres). Generally speaking, which climax type is your favorite or satisfies you the most? After voting, you may discuss the list here
Best movie break-up line?
Discuss the list here
Sexiest Male Movie Characters
Which of these movie male characters from the modern era(1980s-2010s) do you find the sexiest ? Discuss the Poll here