Poll: Political Comedies

A poll by DoctorBuster

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RIP: Wilford Brimley — A True Natural

Veteran character actor Wilford Brimley, probably best known as one of the stars of Ron Howard's wonderful sci-fi classic Cocoon (1985) and the Barry Levinson film, The Natural (1984) starring Robert Redford, has passed away this August 1st, 2020. Wilford decided at a rather late age of 34 to try out acting. This was because he had gained weight and could not perform in rodeos anymore! He found work almost immediately as an extra in the movie True Grit (1969) starring John Wayne. Then shortly after, TV and movies came a calling. He would end up being in several high profile movies. This quote by Wilford probably best sums up his "Natural" acting style and the reason for his popularity. "I just try to be myself." Well, when you're a very likable fellow, "being yourself" can have its advantages! Thank you Wilford. Condolences to all of Wilford's family. We will miss him too. Which movie with Wilford co-starring in it is your favorite? After voting, please discuss here.

30's Film You Are Most Embarrassed to Have Not Seen (Popular and High Grossing)

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What sort of war movies do you like?

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Which of these films that are in AFI's 100 Greatest American Films of All Time list but NOT the IMDb Top 250 do you feel most deserve a spot in both? As of November 23, 2016. In order to be included, these films must hit the requirements necessary to qualify for the IMDb Top 250, which means a film "must receive ratings from at least 25000 users to qualify." After voting, you may discuss the poll here.

Non Best Picture Nominees from AFI's Best Pictures

Out of the 100 all-time greatest American movies according to the American Film Institute, only 24 were not nominated for the Best Picture Oscar despite the fact that they were eligible and had gained iconic status shortly after their release. Assuming that most of these movies deserved at least a Best Picture nod, which one, would you say, should have actually won the Oscar? In other words, which non-Best Picture nominee is your 'Best Picture'? Discuss here In addition, the Best Picture nominees for each year of release, in capital letters, the BEST PICTURE of the year, and in bold letters, a film that made the AFI's Top 100 (ironically, 11 of the featured years didn't have a single Best Picture nominee that made the AFI's Top 100).

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Which fictional country would you most like to visit?

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The Mountain State Movies

The Mountain State is the official nickname of West Virginia. In 1863 it became the 35th state of the United States of America. These movies have a connection with West Virginia. It's a topic in the story or they are (partially) filmed in West Virginia. Which movie (or movie poster) do you associate the most with West Virginia? You may discuss the poll here Click here to vote for other States of America

If Your Life Was a Movie, What Genre Would It Be?

Which genre best fits your life based on the criteria given? Please don't vote for your favorite genre on the list - vote for the one which best describes you or your life. Thanks! Discuss the list here

Movies You Love, but Dictators Hate

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