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Improvising is the... uh... the best!

A script gives an actor/actress a certain eloquence but sometimes it's that spur of the moment, gut instinct feeling, that moment when they are so into character, that the true magic comes out of their mouths. In order to qualify, these lines must have either been ad-libbed by the actor on screen or changed from how it was originally written in the script. I have chosen not to include lines/moments delivered by Brando, as so much of his dialogue was ad-libbed that perhaps he merits a list of his own. In your opinion, which improvised moment in film by an actor has resonated most with you over the years? After voting, you may discuss your unscripted thoughts here.

That's Not My Name Too!!

Pen names are a celebrity tradition that have been around for centuries. Constantly, famous people are going under names that aren't actually their own, Which celebrities' real name surprised you the most? Part One HERE Tell Us Your Real Name!! HERE

Which of these never-married celebs would you marry?

If you could marry one of these celebs who has never been married, who would you choose? Discuss your wedding plans here.

The Most Wonderful Hollywood Actress Aged 55+ Part II

Growing old is a pain for many people; some even say the main part of life is over at 60. But some people don't count on their age; they don't despair and enjoy their life better than before. When you look at such people as Sir Sean Connery or Sean Bean, you might realize that growing old can be nice when you have a rich and lovely personality. This also counts for many Hollywood actresses. Now look at these actresses 55+ of age. Which of them is your favorite? Tell me about her. ___________________________________________________ Please also try the first part of this poll.

Most Iconic New York City Scene

Ah, the city that never sleeps... It's hard not to associate NYC with the movies. Many of which, and more specifically many scenes, are responsible for instilling this idea in our head that it is the perfect city, filled with dreams and allure. These scenes delved deep into our collective consciousness and reinforced the magic that we feel when we think of The Big Apple. Which of these iconic New York movie scenes do you consider to be the greatest? (Please Note: Since the majority of most of these films take place in New York, I have tried to pick the most iconic scene from each that most memorably depicts the city.) After voting, you may wake up in a city that never sleeps here.

Actress Autobiographies

A lot of famous people like to reveal more about their personal lives and themselves by writing an autobiography. These 35 actresses have written some of the most popular autobiographies available. Which of these actresses would you most like to read more about? -or- If you have read any of these, which was your favorite? Discuss here

OK Boomer

In some countries, baby boomers is the name for the generation born between 1946 and 1964. Which of these American-born 'boomer' actors is the best? Discuss here after voting

IMDb Poll Board Favorite Performances by Actresses

These are the favorite performances by actresses of IMDb Poll Board members. Whose performance is your favorite? You may discuss the poll here Special thanks to Kirk-Picard who started this poll idea. See also: IMDb Poll Board Favorite Performances by Actors IMDb Poll Board Favorite Performances by Children

A Sicilian Anniversary - Part I: Godfather Quotes

Celebrating the 45th anniversary of Francis Ford Coppola's The Godfather (1972), certainly one of the most quotable movies of all-time, here's a list of all the classic quotes that elevated our experiences and enriched our memories from "I believe in America" to "Don Corleone" ... with the exception of the most classic of all, a certain offer one can't refuse. So, which classic quote from The Godfather (1972) is your personal favorite? Leave the gun, take the cannoli, and discuss the list here

Woody Allen in Black & White vs. Color

Manhattan, directed by Woody Allen, is often considered one of the best shot movies in the history of cinema. Even Shadows and Fog, which got average reception,was praised for its beautiful cinematography- mainly inspired by Impressionist Style. Both of these films were shot in Black & White, i.e Monochrome, whereas most of his movies are shot in color. So, which of these modes of shooting from his films, do you enjoy more? Discuss the list here.

What is the capital of Hipsterism?

The fifth season of Portlandia recently premiered. When you think about hipsters en masses, which city (real world) first pops into your mind? Crochet your answer here.

Summer in the Hamptons....

You just won a 2 to 3 week summer vacation to the Hamptons (Long Island, NY) - all expenses paid. Which one of these Hampton residents would you like to hang out with? Book your hotel room before it's too late!

They've still got it!

Which of these actresses over 60 is the hottest (now)? Discuss the list here

Decade Defining Actresses - The 1970s

Which of these decade defining actresses of the 1970s do you believe to be the most influential? (Thank you to pere-25366, who inspired this poll with his series on decade defining actors!) Discuss here

Oscar Nominated Performances in Woody Allen Movies

Woody Allen has directed a lot of movies, several with Oscar nominated acting performances. But which of these performances that received an Oscar nomination is your favourite? Once you've voted you can discuss this poll here.

Poll Suggestion: Top 250 Actors

Each of these actors are lead in at least 4 of IMDb's top 250, which of them is your favorite?

Best Oscar Nominated Actor-Producer Combo?

As of 2020, only seven people and twelve movies have "officially" secured a rare dual acting and producing Oscar nominations for the same film. Prior to 1950, Best Picture nominees were in the production company's name and not in the name of any credited producers. Unofficially, Orson Welles's Citizen Kane and Charles Chaplin's The Great Dictator would add two more, bringing the total to nine people and fourteen movies. Which same person Oscar nominated actor-producer has the best same film combined results, both in terms of their character portrayal and resulting movie? Discuss the topic here.

Bickering Couples

The great Katharine Hepburn is, of course, the queen of bickering, but a few others aren't bad at it either... Which of these continuously bickering couples is your favourite? Discuss here

Annie Who?

When you hear the name Annie, who is the first showbiz-centric person/character who comes to mind? Don't think too long about your answer. Let Uncle Freud psychoanalysis your current state of free association here!

"Say 'Hello' To Our Big Al!"

Today is the 77th birthday of A Pal Icon: Al Pacino. On this occasion, I thought of asking which of the classic characters he played is the most iconic... but I guess it would have inevitably turned the poll to a "Corleone vs. Montana" face-off, interesting but predictable. Now, how about exploring one of the most defining aspect of his cinematic legacy: quotability. Indeed, Al Pacino is probably one of the most quotable actors of his generation with so many sayings, shouts, warnings, shouts, yells and screams again and last but not least, speeches that forever enriched Pop-Culture. So, even if you're not a fan of the actor, if you could pick just one, which is your favorite from these 35 Al Pacino's memorable quotes? (one that doesn't come from a speech or a monologue except if it's a conclusion that can be considered a classic quote in its own right?) Keep your choice close, your vote closer and discuss the poll here PS: 60% of the list still belongs to his two most legendary roles : 12 quotes from Michael Corleone and 9 from Tony Montana