Poll: Instrumental Music You Will Never Hear the Same Way Again
A poll by DoctorBuster
Results of 816 votes:
2001: A Space Odyssey (1968)
Apocalypse Now (1979)
A Clockwork Orange (1971)
The Bridge on the River Kwai (1957)
Kill Bill: Vol. 1 (2003)
John C. McGinley
Eyes Wide Shut (1999)
Schindler's List (1993)
Forrest Gump (1994)
A Corny Concerto (1943)
The Lone Ranger (2013)
The Godfather: Part III (1990)
Pretty Woman (1990)
Barry Lyndon (1975)
The Big Lebowski (1998)
Helena Bonham Carter
A Room with a View (1985)
The Tree of Life (2011)
Ferris Bueller's Day Off (1986)
Robert Downey Jr.
Pruitt Taylor Vince
Natural Born Killers (1994)
Universal's Classic Monsters
Universal's Classic Monsters are one of the most recognizable monsters of all time. From Count Dracula portrayed by Bela Lugosi to Frankenstein's Monster portrayed by Boris Karloff. Now which of these classic monsters is your favorite? Discuss here
Greatest Post-1980's Movie Heroes
Which of these post-1980's live action movie characters do you think can be considered as the "Greatest Post-1980's Movie Hero"? After voting, you may discuss the poll here. Also vote for: Greatest Pre-1980's Movie Heroes | Greatest Pre-1980's Movie Villains | Greatest Post-1980's Movie Villains | Greatest Movie Anti-Heroes of All Time | Greatest TV Heroes of All Time | Greatest TV Villains of All Time | Greatest TV Anti-Heroes of All Time
Marie Claire's 25 Iconic Movie Couples
Earlier this year Marie Claire published a list of 25 Iconic Movie Couples. Which of them is your favourite? Discuss here
WWII War Heroes
World War II ended 70 years ago on September 2, 1945. From this list of real and fictional famous war heroes, whom do you respect the most? Discuss the poll here Also vote for: WWI War Heroes | Vietnam War Veterans
Images That Speak a Thousand Words
Words are useless when you have visual power: infinite interpretations and strong emotions can be contained in one single image, one that speaks a thousand words. Speaking of "speaking", these are 35 cinematic still frames, all making eloquent statements and eliciting strong emotional reactions. Which image evokes the strongest response for you? Discuss the list here
Gangs of IMDb Top 250
Which of these gangs or groups of people from the IMDb Top 250 Movies is the most memorable? After voting, you may discuss the poll here.
Most Iconic Use of Colors in Movies
In movies, colors have been used to draw out emotional reactions, draw focus to significant details/objects, set the tone of the movie, represent character traits and show changes or arcs in the story. So, which movie has the most iconic use of colors? Discuss here
Iconic Closing Shots in Movies
These were the very last shots that we saw before that screen faded to black... and we haven't been able to shake them since. As plots and character arcs wrapped up, these final frames were able to satisfy, shock or elicit some other type of emotion from us. These shots showed us how one can never underestimate the power of a send off. Which of these iconic closing shots in a film is your favorite? After voting, you may discuss the poll here.
That 70's Look!
During the 70's, every male actor had the opportunity to sport a visible (and sometimes authoritative) 'stache, sideburns and (reasonably) long hair (although not all these films were actually during that decade). So, which of these actors had the best 70's-facial-combo of all? Discuss here
You're a wizard, [Insert Name Here]
What is your favorite wizard from movie and tv that is not from the Harry Potter (2001-2011) franchise? After voting, you may discuss this magical poll here.
Rich Guy, Poor Girl
From this list of rich guy/poor girl romantic movie couples, which one do you like the most? Discuss HERE Also, vote on Rich Girl, Poor Guy movie couples
The Most Beautiful Shots in Movie History
Based on the article "129 Of The Most Beautiful Shots In Movie History" by Dan Dalton, here are 35 of the most beautiful shots in movie history. For a better experience, first watch this video "The Most Beautiful Shots In Movie History". Which of these shots is your favorite? Discuss here ______________________________________________________ Live Poll: Part II *(there are some changes in the article's images with that of the video)
If one cinematic skill could improve my life ...
Let's face it, even when everything's perfect, we're never totally satisfied : there is always more to do, always one or several aspects of our lives asking for some serious revisions. Now, if you were given the chance of getting one cinematic skill (because we're in a movie website after all) to improve your life in a literal or symbolical way, which one would you pick? Discuss here
Camera Works With a Special Effect on Their Movies
Images are essential for every movie. So this time it's a poll about visual scene composition and special camera work to which things like light setting, filtering, stage setting are always connected. Some camera works of movies captured unforgettable shots. These are shots you remember the feeling of the scene when you're looking at them. But without these shots the scenes would surely not be close to the effect they have. Which of these high quality image works that put the best visuality on its movie is the most remarkable? Discuss here. The idea was co-created with blackbolt-3.
The Many Faces of Mickey Mouse
"Who's the leader of the club That's made for you and me? M-I-C-K-E-Y M-O-U-S-E" And for 90 years, this "club" has enchanted many generations of children all over the world... but before being a blockbuster machine and a business empire, the world of Disney was only about making animated short movies and as the great Walt often reminded his fans: "it all started with a Mouse.". And November 18, 2018 marks the 90th anniversary of Steamboat Willie (1928)'s release and of the most iconic cartoon character in the world: MICKEY MOUSE (though he appeared before in two cartoons made the same year) To honor the legendary anthropomorphic mouse, which of these pictures is your favorite? After voting, you might discuss the list here
Siskel, Ebert and the IMDb Poll Board's Potential Theatres' Names
During one of Siskel and Ebert's early Sneak Previews (1975), the two critics asked each other that question: If you owned a movie theater, what would you call it?. Siskel liked the word "Paradise", Ebert went for "The MacGuffin". Asked the same question, each IMDb Poll Board user suggested a potential name, either with an personal connection, a sentimental movie-related value or just because it sounded too good not to be picked. Now, which of these movie theatres, if they really existed, would you be the most interested to go to? Discuss here
I Know That Laugh!
From this list of celebrities and film/TV characters, whose laugh is the most recognizable? From a 2010 Poll Discuss here
Iconic Shots in Movies
These are some of the most famous and iconic movie shots of all-time. Which of these iconic shots is your personal favourite? Discuss here.
Favorite 'Fantasia' Segment?
Which segment of Fantasia (1940) is your favorite? Suggested by woodr9. You may discuss the poll here. Music by: Johann Sebastian Bach, Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky, Paul Dukas, Igor Stravinsky, Ludwig van Beethoven, Amilcare Ponchielli, Modest Mussorgsky and Franz Schubert.
Favorite Sean Connery Character
Scottish actor Sean Connery was the original James Bond (not to mention debonair and suave ladies man). While he is primarily known for that role he has appeared in almost one hundred credits (always sporting a Scottish accent despite playing Russians, Anglicans, and others). What is your favorite Sean Connery character? Discuss the list here