Poll: Catch Me If You Can
A poll by Ed_Jones_XLIX
Results of 582 votes:
Catch Me If You Can (2002)
The Bourne Identity (2002)
The Terminator (1984)
North by Northwest (1959)
The Fugitive (1993)
Blade Runner (1982)
Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade (1989)
The Revenant (2015)
The Blues Brothers (1980)
Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid (1969)
O Brother, Where Art Thou? (2000)
12 Monkeys (1995)
Van Helsing (2004)
TRON: Legacy (2010)
The Hunger Games (2012)
The Adjustment Bureau (2011)
The French Connection (1971)
Smokey and the Bandit (1977)
Bonnie and Clyde (1967)
National Treasure (2004)
The Getaway (1972)
Close Encounters of the Third Kind (1977)
Vanishing Point (1971)
U.S. Marshals (1998)
The Peacemaker (1997)
Demolition Man (1993)
Dirty Mary Crazy Larry (1974)
Public Enemies (2009)
The Best Sci-Fi Drama
This is a list of science fiction films that focus on the drama of the characters, the story and/or scientific concepts with less emphasis on action, disaster, thriller and horror tropes. Which sci-fi drama is the best? Discuss Here!
IMDb Poll Board's Worst Ending in Films
There are endings in films that make us cry, laugh, or just leave us satisfied. But there are some that makes us cringe, disappoint us and make us hate the movie even more. The IMDb Poll Board members have given their worst and most hated ending in films. Which of these do you agree the most? It doesn't matter if the ending was widely considered as a great ending, all people have different tastes. Discuss here
Filmed in the Mojave Desert
Need desolate terrain. Need an alien landscape. A dusty trail for a Western maybe. Your final destination for desolation is only 125 miles away from Hollywood. The Mojave Desert. 319 Movie or TV Programs have had portions filmed in this desolate locale. Some of the most popular are listed here. What is your favorite? After voting, please discuss here.
Best Classic Sci-Fi Movie Score/Soundtrack
Which classic sci-fi movie score is your favorite? Discuss List Here
John Williams, A Lifetime Of Oscars Nominations
Which one of these nominated (and several winner)film's Scores is the most memorable? Discuss this Here
The "2018" Connection
Celebrating the New Year 2018, here are the Top 18 most popular movies (vote-wise) with a runtime of exactly 2 hours and 18 minutes. Which one is your favorite? After voting, you may discuss the list here... and Happy New Year!
Films Once, But No Longer, in AFI's Greatest 100
The following movies were all on American Film Institute's original list of the "100 Greatest American Films of All Time," released in 1998, but not on their subsequent "Greatest 100" list, compiled for 2007, as new films became eligible and time changed perspective. If it were up to you, which one would you most like to see back on AFI's "Greatest" list? Discuss here
Favorite Film Directed by Steven Spielberg?
Steven Spielberg is one of the most talented and successful directors of all time. What is your favorite film directed by him? Discuss here
Get to the Chopper!
Ok, so helicopters are really cool, especially when their involved in crazy stunts, chase scenes, or being blown up. Of these films which featured at least one prominent scene, which one has you heading for the Chopper? Note: The captions are for humerous purposes only. A vote for any film is a vote for all chopper scenes in that film. Discuss the Choppers here
This Crazy Thing Happened To Me
Some of the films on this list are fantasy films, but in all of them, there is a small part that is quite rare, but might occur in real life, for example, Inception: Personal experience of a dream within a dream. From this list, which rare thing happened to YOU in real life? If there is more than one, select the option that you believe is the MOST unbelievable and rare. I avoided from inserting to the list cases of physical violence or sexual violence. We would appreciate if you share your story here. Special thanks to jamesh5 & Ferry_Silitonga who helped me with the sugestion and too all the good people who helped me with this poll.
Parody Films Made by Me and Earl (and the Dying Girl)
In the film Me and Earl and the Dying Girl (2015), two of the lead characters, high schoolers Greg and Earl, love to make parody movies. Which of their titles is the funniest? Discuss the list here For more information and posters for some of the individual titles, go here: http://ew.com/article/2015/06/19/10-hilariously-clever-movie-parody-posters-me-and-earl-and-dying-girl/
Director's Cut/Extended Edition Movies
Which of these director's cuts or extended editions do you think improved the film? Ps. I have only included movies that have a rating above 7.5/10. Discuss here
The Equality State Movies
The Equality State is the official nickname of Wyoming. Wyoming was the first state to grant women the right to vote in 1869 (more precisely, women were granted the right to vote so there would be enough voting citizens to meet the population requirement for statehood). This action lead to the nickname The Suffrage State and then later The Equality State (source: statesymbolsusa.org). Wyoming became the 44th state of the United States of America in 1890. These movies have a connection with Wyoming. They are (partially) filmed there or it's a topic in the story. Which movie (or movie poster) do you associate the most with Wyoming? You may discuss the poll here Click here to vote for other States of America
Face-Off: Close Encounters vs. E.T.
Both of these Steven Spielberg sci-fi classics explore the human race's interaction and initial contact with alien species and extraterrestrials. Which do you like more? Discuss here.
The Mount Rushmore State Movies
The Mount Rushmore State is the official nickname of South Dakota. Mount Rushmore, in the Black Hills of South Dakota, includes portraits of U.S. presidents George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Theodore Roosevelt, and Abraham Lincoln carved in granite. The nickname, designated in 1992, appears on South Dakota's state flag. Mount Rushmore itself is featured on the U.S. Mint's bicentennial commemorative quarter for South Dakota (source: statesymbolsusa.org). South Dakota became the 40th state of the United States of America in 1889. These movies have a connection with South Dakota. They are (partially) filmed there or it's a topic in the story. Which movie (or movie poster) do you associate the most with South Dakota? You may discuss the poll here Click here to vote for other States of America
To Sequel or Not to Sequel: That Is the Question
Whether 'tis nobler to suffer the sequel and The slings and arrows of an outrageous suggestion, Or to be a champion for a noble idea, and by not opposing them? Which of these movies would you most like to see as a sequel? After voting, please discuss here.
Close Encounters: Fact or Fiction
In ufology, a close encounter is an event in which a person witnesses an unidentified flying object. According to the scale developed by astronomer and UFO researcher J. Allen Hynek in 1972, which type of close encounter, if any, do you think mankind will witness before the end of the 21st century? Discuss the list here
The Hoosier State Movies
The Hoosier State is the official nickname of Indiana. In 1816 it became the 19th state of the United States of America. These movies have a connection with Indiana. It's a topic in the story or they are (partially) filmed in Indiana. Which movie (or movie poster) do you associate the most with Indiana? You may discuss the poll here Click here to vote for other States of America
Face-Off: Steven Spielberg / Richard Dreyfuss Collaborations
Which one of these three film collaborations between director Steven Spielberg and actor Richard Dreyfuss is your favorite? Discuss the topic here.
The Yellowhammer State Movies
The Yellowhammer State is the nickname of Alabama. Alabama has been called "The Yellowhammer State" since the Civil War, when a company of Alabama soldiers wore uniforms trimmed with yellow cloth and were nicknamed "Yellowhammers" (because of the bright yellow feathers that flash beneath this bird's wings and tail). "Yellowhammer" is the common name for the northern flicker woodpecker, which is also the state bird of Alabama (source: statesymbolsusa.org). Alabama became the 22nd state of the United States of America in 1819. These movies have a connection with Alabama. They are (partially) filmed there or it's a topic in the story. Which movie (or movie poster) do you associate the most with Alabama? You may discuss the poll here Click here to vote for other States of America