Poll: I, Poll
A poll by pbn
Results of 612 votes:
I, Tonya (2017)
I, Robot (2004)
I, Daniel Blake (2016)
I, Claudius (1976)
I, Frankenstein (2014)
Films Once, But No Longer, in AFI's Greatest 100
The following movies were all on American Film Institute's original list of the "100 Greatest American Films of All Time," released in 1998, but not on their subsequent "Greatest 100" list, compiled for 2007, as new films became eligible and time changed perspective. If it were up to you, which one would you most like to see back on AFI's "Greatest" list? Discuss here
Favorite Parody Movie
Which parody movie or parody series of movies is your favorite? Discuss Here
Repeated Cinematic Lines (Part I)
The more you repeat a sentence, even a banal one, the more memorable it gets, and you know what, the more you repeat a sentence, even a banal one, the more memorable it gets. That's how memory works, and it doesn't come as a surprise that some of the most memorable movies' lines, you know, the ones that get stuck in your head after the first watching are generally the ones that were constantly repeated, because the more you repeat a sentence and so forth. Now, which of these memorable movies' lines repeated several times in one scene, is the most memorable? Discuss here
Title Role Performances — Last Name Titles
These movie titles contain the last name of the main character from the movie, without any additions. Whose title role performance is your favorite? You may discuss the poll here See also: Title Role Performances — First Name Titles Title Role Performances — Full Name Titles
Most Anticipated Film: Winter 2014 Edition
Which film are you most looking forward to seeing during the Winter of 2014 (January 1 to March 31, 2014)? You may discuss the poll here.
Infinity Stones, in the Rough
The first two decades of the 21st century have given us a number of Science Fiction Blockbusters including Inception, Interstellar, and, of course, the many Marvel Cinematic Universe films. However, there have also been numerous excellent less well-known Sci-Fi titles released during this period. Which of these films, released between 1/1/2000 and 12/31/2019 with average ratings of 5.5 or above and fewer than 75,000 votes, is your favorite? After voting, your may discuss this poll here.
If Classic Movie Quotes were Politically Correct
Well, if Political Correctness (PC) prevents us from making fun of sensitive issues, let's just hope that, as a thin consolation, we can at least make fun of PC itself. So, which of these 25 cases of PC applied to classic movie quotes do you think is the most ridiculously funny? Without telling you what to do, and just in case this poll raised your interest, you can have a little chit-chat here if you click on this link. Thank you in advance.
The Best Horror Movies of All Time
Which of these top-rated horror movies is your favorite? • Note: Animated and comedy movies are excluded. Only movies with at least 50000 ratings on IMDb are considered. Discuss here
Amazon's Black Friday Deals: Best of 2014
Which among these "Best of 2014" films or TV series are you planning to buy in HD from Amazon on Black Friday Deals Week? Official Link : http://www.amazon.com/b?ie=UTF8&node=10257361011 Discuss the list here
Film Franchises at 100 Years Old
What film franchise do you think will be the first to have a sequel 100 years after creation? Hope we will be able to see these in Dolby V.R. (Virtual Reality!) Silent Era films are omitted. Franchises that started in Television and went to Movies included After voting, please discuss here.
Best 'Frankenstein' Movie
Which 'Frankenstein' movie do you think is the best? Discuss the list here!
Order a Sequel
Which of these 2014 releases do you want a sequel for? Discuss your choice here
The F Word... Title
Which famous film* defined by one "F-word" is your favorite? After voting, you may discuss the list here *rating higher than 7.0
Halloween Movie Genre Selection
What kind of horror movie would you prefer to watch on Halloween? Which of the horror film genres would appeal to you most on the night of ghouls, monsters, demons, and other beasties? Discuss here: http://www.imdb.com/board/bd0000088/flat/248292540
Funniest Comedy Film of the '70s
Which comedy film of the 1970s do you think is the funniest? You may discuss the poll here See also: Funniest Comedy Film of the '00s Funniest Comedy Film of the '90s Funniest Comedy Film of the '80s
Which of these movie/TV post-2000 titles containing the letter I in first person do YOU like most? WE can discuss this list HERE
30's Film You Are Most Embarrassed to Have Not Seen (Popular and High Grossing)
Which of these high grossing or popular films from the 1930's are you most ashamed to admit that you have not seen? Discuss here: http://www.imdb.com/board/bd0000088/flat/258221882 Look also for the 30's list of Award Winning and critically acclaimed films that you are most embarrassed that you have not yet seen.
IMDb Fan Favorites: Movies A to Z
IMDb compiled their followers' favorite films that started with letters A to Z. Which movie surprises you the most? Check out the video here Discuss the poll here
Frankenstein's 200th Birthday - Iconic Portrayals
Frankenstein's Monster was born in the early hours of June 16, 1816 during a waking dream of author Mary Shelley. Her dream would become the novel, Frankenstein published less than two years later in 1818. Since then, Frankenstein's Monster has seen many different incarnations over the past two centuries. Javier Bardem is next slated to pay homage to the character in Bride of Frankenstein (????), the second film in Universal's "Dark Universe" franchise. Which Frankenstein's Monster movie portrayal do you think is the best and most fitting tribute to Mary Shelley's original? Discuss the topic here.
Best B&W Films of the 70s
From the 70s onward, with the vast majority of films being shot in color, it has become an artistic and/or stylistic choice to present a film in black and white. More often today it is used to pay homage to films of a bygone era and invoke a sense of nostalgia, but it can also be used to help create a stark, emotionless, unforgiving world onscreen. Which of these films made most effective use of its black and white presentation? Discuss here.