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Poll: Most Anticipated Film: Winter 2015 Edition
A poll by dan_dassow
Results of 6,787 votes:
Into the Woods (2014)
American Sniper (2014)
Kingsman: The Secret Service (2014)
Jupiter Ascending (2015)
The Divergent Series: Insurgent (2015)
The Interview (2014)
Fifty Shades of Grey (2015)
Taken 3 (2014)
Big Eyes (2014)
The Man from U.N.C.L.E. (2015)
The Water Diviner (2014)
The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water (2015)
The Gambler (2014)
Hot Tub Time Machine 2 (2015)
The DUFF (2015)
The Age of Adaline (2015)
The Boy Next Door (2015)
The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel (2015)
Strange Magic (2015)
Wild Card (2015)
Dark Places (2015)
McFarland, USA (2015)
Absolutely Anything (2015)
The Wedding Ringer (2015)
McFarland, USA (2015)
The worst of the best.
Which of these "Best" movies is the worst, in your opinion? Inspired by a review of the new movie The Best of Me... Discuss the list here
Best "WILD" movie !!
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Remembering William Goldman
12th August, 2021 marks the 90th birth Anniversary of William Goldman. He has written some of the best screenplays in the history of cinema. He won two Academy Awards and three of his scripts have been voted into the WGA hall-of-fame's 101 Greatest Screenplays. Which of these movie screenplays do you consider his best work? Discuss the poll here
Holidays from Hell
You won the grand prize in a raffle: An all inclusive package holiday of your choice. From the brochure of the third-rate travel agent, who sponsored the prize as a tax write-off. So you won't find the New York Plaza on the list. Not the Ritz or the Savoy either... Here are your options. Which holiday will you choose, provided you didn't know about the misadventures that will befall you once you get there? Discuss here.
Run Off Poll: The Best Film Titles Part II
Excellent prose sometimes seems to be a dying art. The film industry, at times, does its part to revive it with great screen plays and, every so often, with exquisite titles from various sources, including novels, poems, and songs. The titles below serve as oases in a desert of the vague and recycled stamp-ons like Deceived and Shattered. Consider the sound and substance of the words below and, instead of voting for your favorite movie, vote for the title you think has the most pleasing language. This is Part II of a Run-Off Poll and includes movies after 1975. Part I included films before 1975; vote on that poll here: http://www.imdb.com/poll/NgP1VlZRZpU/?ref_=po_ho/ Discuss here
India by Rail.
Which of these films featuring a train trip through India is your ticket to ride? Discuss the list here
Senior Citizens On the Road
These live action movies feature senior citizens spending a great deal of time on the road/travelling. Which one do you like more? Discuss the list here.
Films That Will Inspire You to Travel
Whenever I’m planning a trip I love to see if there are any movies filmed or set there. And even if I’m not planning a trip, nothing satisfies wanderlust more than a movie full of quaint towns and beautiful scenery (even if only for a little while)! Below is a list of movies that will inspire you to travel to a certain city, or have an interesting journey. Which of the following movies did you enjoy the most? After voting, discuss here.
There's Hope for the Human Race
These are all films that leave you with a gentle smile on your face and the feeling that there is hope for the human race. They're not about people overcoming overwhelming odds and unlikely heroes, but about people who change their ways or the way in which they interact with others, or those who change the ways others think or behave for the better. Which of them is your favourite Feel-Good-Film in a quiet way? Discuss here
Best of Sofía Vergara
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The Third Best Exotic Marigold Hotel?
Should there be another film in The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel (2011) series, which of these "actors of a certain age" would you most like to see join the cast? Discuss the list here
Greatest dance scene in a non-musical?
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Most Anticipated Sequel of 2015
What is/was your most anticipated sequel of 2015? Discuss the poll here
Most interesting sequel title?
Which of these sequel titles has the most interesting/funniest way of deriving itself from the original movie name? Discuss here.
Favorite Hollywood Movie That Was Shot in India
Which one of these Hollywood movies that was shot completely or partially in India is your favorite? Discuss the list here
Elderly People in Lead
Out of these films in which an Elderly man or women is the lead role, which is your favorite? After voting, you may discuss the poll here.
The Father of 'The Princess Bride'
IMDb is saddened to announce the death of celebrated screenwriter and author William Goldman, at the age of 87. Goldman, the brother of Oscar-winning author James Goldman, is best known for his many classic screenplays, including Oscar-winners Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid (1969) and All the President's Men (1976), but he also wrote some plays and 25 books, including novels, non-fiction and memoirs. His highly-recommended non-fiction books and memoirs are of particular interest to fans and scholars as they tell both juicy, behind-the-scenes stories and give practical advice on screenwriting. Which of Mr. Goldman's beloved and award-winning films do you consider the greatest? Want to talk about it? Click here!
Room Service, Please!
Which of these movies had the most memorable 'regular' use of a hotel as a setting? (no horror or supernatural elements) After voting, you may discuss the poll here