Poll: 30's Film You Are Most Embarrassed to Have Not Seen (Popular and High Grossing)
A poll by jalapenoman
Results of 1,889 votes:
The Wizard of Oz (1939)
Mr. Smith Goes to Washington (1939)
King Kong (1933)
Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1931)
The Public Enemy (1931)
The Hound of the Baskervilles (1939)
Duck Soup (1933)
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937)
The 39 Steps (1935)
Gulliver's Travels (1939)
Little Caesar (1931)
Bringing Up Baby (1938)
The Adventures of Robin Hood (1938)
A Christmas Carol (1938)
Grand Hotel (1932)
Angels with Dirty Faces (1938)
The Merry Widow (1934)
Mr. Deeds Goes to Town (1936)
The Roaring Twenties (1939)
Dead End (1937)
Captain Blood (1935)
A Night at the Opera (1935)
100 Years Behind the Scenes
All these photos are of a specific era from the last 100 years of film-making. Some have scenes and some do not have scenes in them. All are forever frozen in time's memory. What is your favorite Behind the Scenes Photo? After voting, please discuss here.
I Can't Forgive a Film That Is ...
No movie's perfect, that's for sure. But even without any flaw in the acting, writing, editing and directing, even when the film is technically good and reach a point of cinematic Oscar-material excellence, there are some flaws that are just too big to ignore, or to forgive. Speaking for yourself, you can't forgive a film that is... After the vote, you may discuss the list here
Decades in Crime
Which of these decades do you think was the best for the Crime genre? After voting, you may discuss the poll here.
Film-Noir: Typically features dark, brooding characters, corruption, detectives, and the seedy side of the big city. Almost always shot in black and white, American, and set in contemporary times (relative to shooting date). Which of these highest rated Film-Noir classics is your favorite? Discuss the poll here Also Available: Best Neo-noir Movie
Favorite "American" Film
Which film which has it's title starting with the word "American" would you call your favorite? Discuss these American Films Here
Grimy and Dirty
Which of these Dirty crime movies* has aged the most poorly? Discuss your answer here. *Movies under the Crime genre; at least 150 ratings; older than 2010.
The Films of Ralph Bakshi
Ralph Bakshi is a living legend in the animation world, being among the first to introduce mature content and true independent spirit into animated features, as well as a pioneer of rotoscope technology. His films covered a broad range of genres, source material, and controversial topics. Which of his feature films is your favorite? Discuss here.
New word you've learned from TV/Movies
What new word you've learned from TV/Movies? Discuss
R-Rated Animated Movies
Not all animated films are made for children or family-friendly viewing. Some are made for "mature" adults. Which grown-up animated movie below is your favorite? Discuss Here
Best Angel Movie
Movies with "Angel" or "Angels" word in it and with a minimum of 4500 ratings. No TV movies included. Which is your favourite Angel movie? Discuss the poll here
Top 25 four-word movie quotes ...
1,2,3-word quote, 4-word quote rock! Which of these classic four-word movie quotes, would you say, is the most iconic? Discuss here
The Slap Felt 'Round the World
Which of these famous movie slaps did the actors really make you feel? Discuss the list here
Ordinary Object You'll Never See the Same Way Again?
One of the most obvious ways in which the power of cinema can be seen is the way in which even a single camera shot of a common object can change the thoughts and emotions evoked by that object because of its context in a film. What otherwise ordinary object will you never see in quite the same way as you did before seeing a particular film? After voting, discuss here.
AFI's Top 10 Gangster
AFI defines the “gangster film” as a genre that centers on organized crime or maverick criminals in a twentieth century setting. Which of these is your favorite "gangster" film? Discuss here
Happy 75th Birthday (Favorite 1939 Film)
The films released in 1939 are 75 years old this year. Which of these notable 1939 films is your favorite? Of this poll, IMDb Daily Poll Board member ElMaruecan82 said: "I think this is a terrific idea, but not because these films are turning 75 this year but because they happen to be from the greatest cinematic year ever: 1939. I believe the year deserves a little tribute in your descriptive text, something reminding us that Hollywood's Golden Age reached its pinnacle in 1939, before the Old World would forever collapse under Hitler's tanks ... like a last gasp of brightness, life and colors before the dark." Discuss your list here: http://www.imdb.com/board/bd0000088/flat/229502983
O', Brother, Sister, Who Art Thou?
You favorite of these siblings-with-issues films.
This IS Chicago in the Movies!
Whether they paint the city in a good light or a bad light, all these films are set in Chicago, Illinois, U.S.A., or the Chicagoland area. Which is your favorite? To Discuss it, click here: CHICAGO ROCKS!!! This is one of two poll suggestions. The other is at This Is Chicago in TV!. For the live poll of that list, click here.
Movie quote that best defines your mood in the morning...
Which of these movie quotes, delivered or sung in the morning, best defines your mood when your day begins? You don't have to take them too literally, just ask yourself which 'state of mind' you most often embrace when you wake up ... Discuss this poll (any time of the day) here
What is your favorite eating scene?
Favorite Michael Curtiz Film
Hitchcock, Ford, Hawks, Wilder, and Curtiz. Hollywood Director Michael Curtiz may not be as well known as the other prolific Hollywood directors but in a career that started with silent pictures and spanned over fifty years Curtiz directed some of the Golden Era's most memorable films. Which of his most well known films is your favorite? Discuss the list here