Poll: Let's Talk About the Moon
A poll by Silitonga
Results of 279 votes:
A Trip to the Moon (1902)
Moonrise Kingdom (2012)
Paper Moon (1973)
From the Earth to the Moon (1998)
Transformers: Dark of the Moon (2011)
Man on the Moon (1999)
Sailor Moon (1992)
Amazon Women on the Moon (1987)
Bitter Moon (1992)
In the Shadow of the Moon (2019)
A Walk on the Moon (1999)
In the Shadow of the Moon (2007)
Castaway on the Moon (2009)
The Man in the Moon (1991)
Mune: Guardian of the Moon (2014)
Under the Same Moon (2007)
Moon Over Parador (1988)
Bitter Moon (1992)
China Moon (1994)
Magic in the Moonlight (2014)
Long Movies of the 2010s
What is your favorite "Long" feature film of the 2010s? Note: The average movie usually is between 80-120 minutes. These US released movies in this poll subscribe to the "more is better" method and have a run-time of at least 150 minutes. After voting, please discuss here.
Forgotten 80's Science Fiction Movies Many People Won't Admit to Loving
There are a few SciFi-movies made in the 80's that were popular at their release. Some of them were reasonably illogical or even trashy, but even today they got some fans. Which of them below would you like to buy, rent or stream for a retro-evening the most? Discuss the poll here I want to thank Peter and urbanemovies for their suggestions.
Least Deserving Golden Rasberry Nominee for Worst Picture
Since 1980, the Golden Rasberry Awards has handed out an award for the Worst Picture of the year. All of these films were nominated for the award, yet all of them now have a user rating of 6.0 or higher on IMDb. In retrospect, which film do you feel was the least deserving of it's nomination? Discuss this list here
Did We Really Go to the Moon?
Each year on the anniversary of July 20, 1969, the day man supposedly first walked on the moon, we celebrate one of the greatest achievements of mankind. In honor of National Moon Day, the alleged event and movies that make us ask the question: Did we really go to the moon? Which film with a fictitious spin* on a faked or real moon and space mission is your favorite? * includes whole movies or a single scene Discuss the topic.
Shoot the Moon!
which movie with "moon" in the title is your favorite?
Favorite Fast Food
What is your favorite fast food to eat when you need to be on the go? What do you eat when you don't have much time? Note: Remember that fast food is not the same in every part of the world. What you might consider a sit down meal might be fast food to someone else (or vice versa). Discuss here: http://www.imdb.com/board/bd0000088/flat/237475053
Which US state produces the best movie directors?
Discuss the list here *I left the following states off as they only had one or no substantive directors listed as being born there: Alabama, Alaska, Delaware, Hawaii, Idaho, Iowa, Maine, Nevada, New Hampshire, North Dakota, Oregon, South Carolina, Utah, Vermont, Washington, West Virginia, Wyoming
Favorite 'Transformers' Franchise Movie?
Which theatrical 'Transformers' franchise movie is your favorite? Discuss the topic here.
Best Tagline of the Highest Grossing Movies
Below are the taglines that spearheaded the marketing of the top 25 highest grossing movies worldwide as of 09/01/15. Which of these taglines is the best? The Avengers (2012), Frozen (2013), Skyfall (2012) and Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides (2011) don't have taglines so aren't included. Discuss it here
Characters Who Can Turn Invisible
Which of these characters who can turn invisible is your favorite? Discuss the list here!
Favorite Movie with the Movie Title "Movie"
These are the films with the movie title "movie". Which one of these is your favorite? Discuss the list here
Fly Me to the Moon
Humankind was always seduced by the inaccessability of the moon. There was a big race for the moon in the 1960s. America and Russia, both had the goal to be the first nation to have sent a person to the moon. But the idea existed earlier. George Méliès had fantasies about the moon and even Jules Verne. When you look at cinematic moon fantasies in movies or movies about real events, which is your favorite moon movie? Tell me here.
Which of these ridiculous love scenes made you laugh the most?
Love scenes in movies can be many things... tender, passionate, awkward, or hilarious. It is that last that I would like to ask you about. Of these love scenes that were specifically played for laughs, which made you laugh the most? Discuss the list here.
The Badger State Movies
The Badger State is the nickname of Wisconsin. In 1848 it became the 30th state of the United States of America. These movies have a connection with Wisconsin. It's a topic in the story or they are (partially) filmed in Wisconsin. Which movie (or movie poster) do you associate the most with Wisconsin? You may discuss the poll here Click here to vote for other States of America
State in the United States (East)
Which film with the name of a state in the eastern portion of the United States is your favorite? Discuss at: http://www.imdb.com/board/bd0000088/nest/204609502
You're Fired! And it Hurt
Yes, it even happens in Hollywood. Actors get let go for a multitude of reasons. Sometimes before shooting begins. Disagreements run the gamut. Sometimes it's for the best. Sometimes not. So we ask you, what one Movie or TV Show do you think would have benefited the most if the listed actor was not fired from the production? Poll is loosely based on this article in Marie Claire by Alex Warner and Adam Schubak After voting, please discuss here.
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
Fake Movies in Movies
Which of these fake movies within movies you wish were real? Discuss here
Favorite Parody Movie
Which parody movie or parody series of movies is your favorite? Discuss Here
(Not) First Feature Films by Famous Filmmakers
All of feature films listed below are widely thought to be classic "debuts" and are seemingly first features of great directors. However, if you dig deeper, turns out their actual feature debuts were forgotten for one reason or another. Which of these faux first features is your favorite and most inspiring case of early filmmaking by a known director? Note: Finished feature films only. Discuss the poll here