Poll: Grimy and Dirty
A poll by TsarStepan
Results of 162 votes:
Dirty Harry (1971)
Dirty Rotten Scoundrels (1988)
Mama's Dirty Girls (1974)
Angels with Dirty Faces (1938)
Dirty Pretty Things (2002)
A Low Down Dirty Shame (1994)
A Dirty Carnival (2006)
Down 'n Dirty (2000)
Dirty Weekend (1993)
Dirty Mary Crazy Larry (1974)
Dirty Weekend (1973)
Dirty Hands (1975)
Dirty O'Neil (1974)
Dirty Deeds (2002)
A Dirty Knight's Work (1976)
Crime Flicks from the U.K.
From this list of crime films out of the United Kingdom, which one is your favorite? Discuss here
QT 1 Film Festival
In 1997 director Quentin Tarantino attended the first QT Film Festival, held by the Austin Film Society in Austin, Texas. All films come from his private collection of prints and generally have influenced the creation of his own films. He uses the festival not only as a platform to show off his collection of rare film reels but also to promote forgotten genres, directors, actors or studios. Tarantino introduces all the films himself, shows trailers for all kinds of films and discusses the films with attendees. If you could watch a movie at the QT 1 Film Festival, which movie would you choose? You may discuss the poll here
Weirdest Italian Title Translation
I'm Italian, and I want make you smile, with the unacceptables translations of movies titles. I will report the italian name and then the litteral translation. Which of these is the strangest? You may discuss this poll: here
0% Tomatometer Movies
Which of these films having 0% rating on Rotten Tomatoes is the worst ? (at least 20 reviews) Discuss here.
Classic Thrillers released in 1971 ...
The peak of the 'New Hollywood' period, 1971 was perhaps one of the greatest years for thrills and movie violence. Which of these 13 classic thrillers is the most heart-pounding? Discuss here
Iconic Movie Quotations
Many movie quotes became iconic because they could adapt to everyday situations that justified quoting the film... starting with the film itself Indeed, some quotes were even more legendary because they seemed to have an existence of their own "before" the film and entered pop culture as "quotes within quotes", or simply put "quotations". Whether quotes whose core-statement was taken from an original speaker or featuring a quotation from the actual speaker referring to himself or someone else, the quotation to vote for is in bold letters. Some classic lines were used in an initial context then reprised for a more impactful effect, they can be considered as quotations but they don't exactly fit the criteria of the poll, so no "there's no place like home" or "Hasta la vista baby". Which of these cinematic quotations is the most iconic? After voting, I say "discuss the list here"
So August is Peach month. With whom or how will you celebrate this delectable fruit? Before you go to your local farmstand, come here and p(r)each your peachy feelings!
Favorite film about struggling immigrants?
The Stephen Frears Poll Redux
Rightfully heading all polls at the IMDB and at the forefront of modern history, "The Stephen Frears Poll" (as Benedict Cumberbingblangblung once called it) was handed down from father to son and mother to daughter in the latter half of the 20th century. Now here is your chance to enjoy again and relive the wonder and miracle that is, The Stephen Frears Poll.
It's a Small World After All
Using more than one language in a single film can accomplish many things, including illustrating how interconnected we all are, no matter where on the globe we may be or to what culture or cultures we may belong. Each of the following films uses two or more languages. Whether by creating authenticity, enhancing atmosphere, or showing how "small" and interdependent the world is, which movie uses the changing languages to best effect? After voting, please feel free to discuss here. Vote in another "Multilingual Movies" poll here. Note: The list only includes films with real and not fictional languages, with at least 20,000 votes, and with at least a 7.0 rating.
Favorite Peter Fonda Character
Peter Fonda has passed away on August 16, 2019 at the age of 79. Which of his characters is your favorite? Discuss the list here!
Girl With Cutest Dimple
Which girl has the cutest dimple? Discuss here
Buried Alive !
Warning: Some may contain SPOILER! “The earth is suffocating. Swear to make them cut me open, so I won’t be buried alive.” - Frédéric Chopin Being buried alive itself is the worst nightmare to begin with, but which of these scenario is your worst nightmare? Share your nightmare here
Best Car Movie of the '70s
"Car movies" can mean many things: from "fast and furious" racing flicks to road movies, or simply movies where cars play a key role in the main characters' interaction with their world... if the 2010's was quite a decade for "car movies" then how about the seventies? This poll includes all popular '70s "car movies" with the exception of Taxi Driver (1976) which is in a lane of its own. Which of these "car movies" from the '70s is your favorite? After voting, you might discuss the list here
Glen A. Larson Memorial Poll
With the death of television series creator/producer/director/writer Glen A. Larson, which TV show that he produced (executive producer or producer) for at least ten episodes was your favorite? Discuss here: http://www.imdb.com/board/bd0000088/flat/236943629
Favorite film set in London
Who's your favorite film from this list? Movies from this list are 7+ rated on IMDb. Discuss the list
Catch Me If You Can
What is your favorite "Chase" movie? After voting, please discuss here.
Born to Be Wild: R.I.P. Peter Fonda
Peter Fonda, the son of Hollywood legend Henry Fonda, brother of actress Jane Fonda, and father of actress Bridget Fonda, has passed away at the age of 79. Many will remember Peter only for his acting, but he was a Director and Writer. He along with longtime friend Dennis Hopper and writer Terry Southern helped to pen the film Easy Rider (1969), a film that epitomized our changing society in the late 1960s. Our thoughts and condolences go out to all in the Fonda Family. We will all miss Peter's wonderful smile. Which of these movies, with performances from the 2 time Oscar Nominee, do you like most? After voting, please leave your thoughts and memories of Peter here.
Police-Themed Movie Series
For the sake of thrills, drama or comic relief, many serial police-themed movies (at least three movies) became instant classics that never let their audience down... although some of them showed some signs of faltering down near the end. So, in the name of the law, you're not under arrest but you have the right to remain silent while answering the following question: Which of these cinematic police-themed series is your favorite? After voting, you might discuss the list here
Idiomatic Is the New Cool
Original, weird, poetic... these titles might not be immediately accessible for non-native English speakers, because of their use of American idioms, common sayings or jargon, but let's face it, they sound so unique, catchy and cool. Now, which of these idiomatic TV series' titles sounds the coolest? After voting, you may discuss the list here