Poll: Tears in the Rain: Remembering Rutger Hauer
A poll by nikolayyeriomin
Results of 367 votes:
Blade Runner (1982)
The Hitcher (1986)
Soldier of Orange (1977)
Escape from Sobibor (1987)
Hobo with a Shotgun (2011)
Knockin' on Heaven's Door (1997)
The Hitcher (2007)
Monsieur Hawarden (1968)
Iron Mask (2019)
Omega Doom (1996)
Up to Date (1989)
Kylie Minogue: On a Night Like This (2000)
The Room (2001)
Which Is Your Favorite 1980s Action Movie Guilty Pleasure?
There's nothing better than an '80s action movie with a muscle bound protagonist shooting up bad guys, blowing stuff up, getting the girl and saving the day. No decade better captured this than the 1980s. While there are well known masterpieces like Die Hard, The Terminator, Lethal Weapon, Predator and Robocop, there are those which are less remembered but you admit are awesome! Which of these movies is your favorite to put on when you are in the mood for some explosive, synthesizer heavy, testosterone filled entertainment? Discuss here after voting
I Wouldn't Do That If I Were You...
People in horror films make often notoriously bad decisions... Which is these bad decisions is one that causes you to roll your eyes? Here's some inspiration to help fill out this list: http://www.horror-movies.ca/horror-movie-cliches/ http://www.tasteofcinema.com/2013/10-stupid-horror-movie-characters-who-deserved-to-die/ Have some new suggestions? Find the image on the IMDb and the snarky phrase and we'll add it. http://www.imdb.com/board/bd0000088/flat/226976552?d=226976552#226976552
Biggest Turn Off In a Screenplay?
What is your biggest turn off in a Screenplay? You may discuss the poll here See also: Biggest Turn Off In a Movie?
The Best 1960s International Feature Film
Which of these 35 top rated non-animated foreign movies (non-English) of the 1960s is your favorite? After voting, you may discuss the poll here.
Japanese Made IMDb All-Time Top 250 Movies
February 11th is Foundation Day, celebrating the establishment of the Japanese nation by Emperor Jimmu's ascension to the throne in 660 BC. In honor of the day, we celebrate Japanese filmmaking, it's contributions to world cinema and will enjoy great Japanese movies all year long. Source: IMDb Informer Which Japanese made movie that is currently or formerly in the IMDb Top 250 is your favorite? Discuss the topic 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.
Prime Numbered Titles - 7
Prime Numbers create a unique sequence. The fourth prime number is 7. Which do you think is the best movie with a title length of 7 characters? English titles; Minimum of 50,000 votes; IMDb rating of 8.0 or above. Discuss the poll here
Best Movie by a Jack of All Trades Director?
Below are movies that were written, edited, produced, cinematographed by their Director. Which of them is the best movie due to the efforts of its director? Discuss here after voting
Richard Lynch...A Face You'll Never Forget
Richard Lynch was a superior actor who elevated nearly any movie with his presence. But what set him on a path to cinematic immortality was an accident in Central Park in 1967. He set himself on fire in the middle of an LSD trip. Massive reconstructive surgery followed. This left him with a distinctive scarred appearance, and made him an ideal candidate for being cast as villains in sci-fi, fantasy, horror, and action films. He also became a favorite among cult film fans. His films while polarizing, were entertaining to his loyal followers. Also, most all of his films had an abundance of great leading actors too. All loved working with him. Richard, who passed on June 19, 2012, is gone, but not forgotten. Which one of his many Movie or TV roles on this list is your favorite? After voting, please discuss here.
The Many Faces of Toshiro Mifune
He wasn't the 'Japanese John Wayne' or the 'Asian Clint Eastwood', he was simply Toshirô Mifune, so great an actor, so magnetic a presence, so virile a charisma that he was incomparable in the world and the history of cinema. From his handsome young leading-man debut to his Samurai streak and finally his veteran days, the eternal partner of Akira Kurosawa became a specialist in roles that showed the most ambiguous sides of humanity, facing ethical dilemmas through bravery, calculations, spirit or fear in contemporary life or ancient Japan. In each role, he's brought an intensity and a versatility that enriched the screen and broadened the human experience, entertaining generations of movie lovers and making him one of the greatest actors who ever lived. His roles have included Rashomon (1950), Seven Samurai (1954), Yojimbo (1961), Sanjuro (1962) and Red Beard (1965). In homage to the Japanese legend, which of these pictures of Toshiro Mifune is your favorite? After voting, you might discuss the list here
Japanese Films With Most Votes
Which of these Japanese films with at least 50,000 votes and a 7.5 rating is your favorite? Discuss here
The Greatest Black & White Films of All Time
Which of these top 35 highest-rated black and white films with over 50000 votes is your favorite? Discuss here
The Land of Enchantment Movies
The Land of Enchantment is the official nickname of New Mexico. The nickname is because of New Mexico's scenic beauty and rich history. The State Tourist Bureau and New Mexico magazine first used the phrase "The Land of Enchantment" in 1935 to encourage tourism to the state (source: statesymbolsusa.org). New Mexico became the 47th state of the United States of America in 1912. These movies have a connection with New Mexico. They are (partially) filmed there or it's a topic in the story. Which movie (or movie poster) do you associate the most with New Mexico? You may discuss the poll here Click here to vote for other States of America
What's the capital of Texas?
That's Austin...From this list of films shot partially or completely in Austin, Texas (including the film studios located in the city) which one is your favorite? Discuss here
What Kind of Fear Is Your Favorite Horror?
There are many kinds of horrors to fear at the movies. Unholy, kinky, gory - What's your sweetest horror-obsession? What kind of fear at the movies is your favourite? Return to discussion: Discuss this poll here Thanks to Jessica, dgranger, B_sides_B, Peter, Pencho, NDbportmanfan for some suggestions.
The Worst Horror Movie Remakes
There have been way too many awful and unnecessary remakes of horror movies, but the question is, which one butchered the original the most and should be thrown in an eternal dumpster fire? Discuss this poll here
Christopher Nolan's Top 10 Favorite Movies
Christopher Nolan is a celebrated and famous Hollywood director. He listed his top 10 favorite movies of all time. Which of these is your favorite? Discuss here
Favorite Chanbara (aka Samurai Cinema) Film
According to Wikipedia: "Chanbara (?????), also commonly spelled "chambara", meaning "sword fighting" movies denotes the Japanese film genre called samurai cinema in English and is roughly equivalent to western cowboy and swashbuckler films." Which of these films is your favorite? Rules: More than 25 000 votes Discuss here
Best Gender Swap Remake or Sequel Movie?
Which of these remake, sequel or rip-off movies recast with a gender swapped lead or ensemble is the best retelling of the original story? Discuss the topic here.
Favourite Movie/TV where Sean Bean Dies
"A list of the many times accomplished character actor Sean Bean has been stabbed, shot, sliced, diced... and once, killed by a herd of cows. Needless to say, SPOILERS abound!" Discuss the list here