Poll: Most Beautiful Rose
A poll by leavey-2
Results of 279 votes:
The Name of the Rose (1986)
The Exorcism of Emily Rose (2005)
La Vie En Rose (2007)
The War of the Roses (1989)
The Purple Rose of Cairo (1985)
The Rose (1979)
Days of Wine and Roses (1962)
Broadway Danny Rose (1984)
A Winter Rose (2014)
The Slipper and the Rose: The Story of Cinderella (1976)
Black Rose (2014)
Bed of Roses (1996)
New Rose Hotel (1998)
The Ballad of Jack and Rose (2005)
Ma vie en rose (1997)
Honeysuckle Rose (1980)
The Iron Rose (1973)
Gang of Roses (2003)
The Rose Tattoo (1955)
Audrey Rose (1977)
Bread and Roses (2000)
The Subject Was Roses (1968)
Auggie Rose (2000)
Black Roses (1988)
I Never Promised You a Rose Garden (1977)
Rambling Rose (1991)
The Black Rose (1950)
The White Rose (1982)
Favorite Horror Movie of The 21st Century
Which is your favorite horror movie of this century so far? You may discuss here
Scariest Horror Movie With No Jump Scares
Movies that have at least 25,000 votes are considered. Which among these horror movies with no jump scares is the scariest? Discuss here
Oscar-worthy Horror movie performances
Which performance should have won an oscar? Discussion for poll: http://www.imdb.com/board/bd0000088/thread/228870449
The Best Religious Horror/Thriller Films
Listed here are the commonly accepted best religious horror and thriller films of all-time. Some of these have become a series of films, and rather than list each sequel here, I will only show the original movie. Which one do you consider to be the best? After voting, please discuss here.
Alliterative Attractive Actresses E through Ma (a.k.a. Lusciously Lovely Leading Ladies)
Who is the hottest alliteratively named actress in Hollywood? Since we're being alliterative, should we say "lusciously lovely leading lady" instead? From Bond Girls to Baywatch Babes, from B-movies to blockbusters, from the big screen to the small screen, from swimsuit models to singers... which actress is the most beautiful? They say that beauty is in the eye of the beholder, and there is a lot of beauty to behold here! Watch for later lists of lusciously lovely leading ladies (this is only E through Ma)! Discuss this poll here: http://www.imdb.com/board/bd0000088/flat/228791105 Want to see a list of Alliterative Actors/Hot Hollywood Hunks? Make a list and post it to the Daily Poll Board! Here is the link to poll A through D: http://www.imdb.com/poll/dh38M0o7qqQ/?ref_=po_ho Here is the link to poll D through Ma: That's this one! Here is the link to poll Ma through R: http://www.imdb.com/poll/itdIytpKPT8/?ref_=po_ho Here is the link to poll S through Z: http://www.imdb.com/poll/26QrxxmnSoM/ Here is the link to the "Oops" poll: http://www.imdb.com/poll/7P3ipL_K_gc/ Here is a link to the Finals Run-Off poll: http://www.imdb.com/poll/vcIvBZfhrC4/?ref_=po_ho
"And they lived happily and had many children..." (they eventually divorced and the princess got full custody, but that's another story) All these marriage movies don't end with a divorce, some have divorce as the starting point, but all of them provide many insights about these "better" and "worse" we casually mention during our marriage vows. So, following the release of Noah Baumbach's much anticipated awards-contender Marriage Story (2019), here's a tribute to these movies that say something about marriage. Which of these marriage movies is your favorite? After voting, you might discuss the list here
Pulitzer Winner to Movie (Drama)
Plays bring a novel perspective to standard filmmaking techniques. The Dramas are often filled with powerful and lengthy dialogues. Here is the list of movies (having a minimum of 1,000 votes) adapted from Pulitzer Prize winning Dramas. Which of these movies do you think lived up to the expectations the most? Also, vote for Pulitzer Winner to Movie (Fiction). Discuss the poll here
Robert Duvall at 90
Robert Duvall celebrates his 90th birthday on 5th January 2021. Here is the list of critically acclaimed, popular characters that he played throughout his long-spanning career of almost 60 years. Which of these characters played by Robert Duvall do you like the most? Discuss the poll here
Stories about possession of people by demons or curse have a long history in movie making. Which of these possessed characters is your favorite? Tell us here.
One Role, Two Awards
Only 10 actors in history have won both an Oscar and a Tony for the same role. Which of these past winners gave the most interesting performance(s)? Want to talk about it? Click here!
Most Original Magnificent Movie
For some people, a catchy title can be a good reason to watch a movie. Which of these alliterative movie titles is the most original? (we're not asking for the best movie) Discuss the list here Related Poll: Most Original Groovy Movie (rhyming movie titles)
Objection Your Honor!
Out of these courtroom movies, which one is your favorite? After voting, you may discuss the poll here.
USA's Oldest Living Actor Passes at 106: Farewell Norman Lloyd
While not a household name, actor, producer and director Norman Lloyd who was part of the original company of the Orson Welles-John Houseman founded Mercury Theatre, has just recently passed this May 11, 2021. Later on he would act for and then produce TV in collaboration with Alfred Hitchcock. However he will probably be best known in his later years as Dr. Auschlander in TV's acclaimed medical drama. St. Elsewhere (1982). Thank you Norman for your accomplishments and entertaining us. We ask here, what is your favorite character and the movie or TV series that Norman was a part of? After voting, please discuss here.
The Cure for Love is Marriage
...or at least, you may get that impression after watching the below movies. Which of these films depicting a crumbling marriage do you find the most effective? Discuss here
Quid Pro Quo et Ultimatum Libido
All these titles have one thing in common, they are actually Latin nouns, names, adjectives or derivates from Latin verbs (with the exception of definite article 'the' that you might not consider and non included swords-and-sandals films like Gladiator (2000), Spartacus (1960) or Quo Vadis (1951), as they are more likely to have a Latin title) Which of these Latin-titled movies is your favorite? Discuss the list here, carpe diem and... Ars, Gratia, Artis!
Worst Movies to Watch on Date Night
Which of these movies do you think is the most inopportune for a date night? Discuss the list here!
25 Acting Oscar-Nominations at the Age of 25 ...
HAPPY BIRTHDAY, IMDb! (PS: THIS IS NOT A 'FAVORITE MOVIE' POLL) Would you believe it but by a delightful coincidence, 25 actors (in fact 22 actresses and 3 actors) have been nominated to an acting Oscar in the year of their 25th birthday, and seven of them won. This called for a poll, but not any question for that poll. There's one extremely popular movie from IMDb Top 250 and most of the movies listed wouldn't stand a chance in a vote of popularity, so the question is : Which of these performances, and subsequently movies, would you be the most curious or eager to DISCOVER if you were given the chance to pick one? Discuss here PS: the years are not the years of release, but nominations, and of course, they had to be alive that year, this is why James Dean is absent from the list, as he died at the age of 24.
Battle of the Sexes
Which of these battle of the sexes in films do you want to cheer on? Discuss here
What Were You Watching During the N.Y.C. 1977 Blackout
That was July 13 & 14, 1977. 42 Years later to the date Manhattan had another blackout. With the blackout and no TV New Yorkers left their houses and apartments and went to the Movies in the suburbs. If you were to have experienced, or did experience the blackout, which Movie would you have gone to see or were seeing when the lights went out? If you were in a movie theater when the lights went out, tell your story here. Includes the 1965, 1977, or 2019 Blackouts.
Which of these movies featuring occultism, The Devil, demon possession or evil incarnate is the creepiest? Discuss here.