Poll: Run-Off: Multilingual Movies
A poll by rubyfruit76
Results of 617 votes:
Inglourious Basterds (2009)
The Godfather (1972)
Blade Runner (1982)
Schindler's List (1993)
3 Idiots (2009)
Call Me by Your Name (2017)
Blade Runner 2049 (2017)
The Godfather: Part II (1974)
Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981)
Wonder Woman (2017)
Top 25 Movies from the Last 25 Years
This poll is in celebration of the 25th Anniversary of IMDb on October 17, 2015. These are the top 25 movies by year from 1990 to 2014 according to all-time user ratings averages. Which one is the best? See the original list HERE. Discuss HERE. Also vote for: Top 25 TV Shows from the Last 25 Years
Greatest U.S. Military Themed Popular Movie?
In honor of all those who have served in the U.S. Armed Forces, a poll featuring the greatest and most popular U.S. military movies ever made. In your opinion, which of these well seen and popular U.S. military movies* is the greatest one of them all? *minimum 100,000+ IMDb votes, 6.9+ IMDb rated and has a U.S. military theme Discuss the topic here.
Tense Movie Moments
Alfred Hitchcock once explained perfectly the difference between surprise and suspense. When a bomb under a table goes off, that's surprise. When we know the bomb is under the table but not when it will go off, that is suspense. For these moments in film, we found ourselves in a state of sheer tense and anticipation, as we relentlessly bit our nails nervous of what may ensue. The culmination of the event was overshadowed by its uneasy build up to it. There are quite a few, so this list has been narrowed down mostly by having some of our users here at IMDb pick their favorites. Which of these memorably tense moments in a film had you holding your breath the most? After voting, you may discuss the poll here.
The Best Multiple Perspective Movies
Which of these movies told through multiple perspectives is your favorite? Discuss here
Run-Off: The Best Film Title Ever
Excellent prose sometimes seems to be a dying art. The film industry, at times, does its part to revive it with great screen plays and, every so often, with exquisite titles from various sources, including novels, poems, and songs. The titles below serve as oases in a desert of the vague and recycled stamp-ons like Deceived and Shattered. Below are the top vote-getters from the first two parts of this poll: "Titles of Films before 1975" and "Titles of Films after 1975." This poll will determine the final winner. Instead of voting for your favorite movie, please vote for the title you think has the most pleasing language. Part I of Poll is here. Part II of Poll is here. Discuss the Run-Off Poll here.
Booed at Cannes!
Which of the following films that were booed at the Cannes Film Festival most deserved it? Discuss the list here and also tell us your favorite film on this list!
Each of the following films uses two or more languages. Which movie uses the changing languages to best effect, whether by creating authenticity, enhancing atmosphere, or other such uses? After voting, please feel free to discuss here. Vote in Part Two of this poll here. Note: The list only includes films with real (not fictional) languages, with at least 20,000 votes, and with at least a 7.0 rating
Best Cinematic Year Of The 21st Century ?
Which year of this century do you think had the best films overall ? Discuss Here
Grammatically Incorrect Movie Titles
Every year or so, there comes along a movie that just couldn't get the grammar or spelling of its title correct. Doesn't that just drive you mad?! Sometimes the filmmakers do it on purpose, and they do have artistic license to do so, but we also have licenses to be grammar police. For titles like "Me and Orson Welles" or "Marley & Me" that are only giving us part of the full statement, there's really a 50/50 chance that they have it correct, so let's give them the benefit of the doubt. But the rest aren't going to get away with it. Which movie title, with grammar and/or spelling mistakes, bothers you the most? For those outside of the U.S., some of you are lucky enough to have had the title corrected upon release in your country. For those situations, the original U.S. title is also given in the description. Discuss here: http://www.imdb.com/board/bd0000088/thread/224289914
End Credits Song in Quentin Tarantino Movies
Which QT movie end credits song is your favorite? *Includes only movies QT directed. Only end credits first songs included except Kill Bill Vol.2, because it has two end credits. 1st for both volumes, 2nd only for vol.2. Discuss the list here
What year did you register to IMDb movie-wise?
... or another way to know the average 'seniority' on IMDb (or at least among the poll voters). Discuss here Each year is represented by its highest-ranked movie..
The Most Impossible Mission in Movies
Which of these difficult and deadly missions would you least want to join? Abort the mission here!
The Best 2000s Adventure Movie
Which of these 35 top rated non-animated Adventure movies of the 2000s is your favorite? After voting, you may discuss the poll here.
IMDb Top 250 War Film
Which is your favorite war film from the IMDb top 250 list? Discuss here
Run Off Poll: The Best Film Titles Part II
Excellent prose sometimes seems to be a dying art. The film industry, at times, does its part to revive it with great screen plays and, every so often, with exquisite titles from various sources, including novels, poems, and songs. The titles below serve as oases in a desert of the vague and recycled stamp-ons like Deceived and Shattered. Consider the sound and substance of the words below and, instead of voting for your favorite movie, vote for the title you think has the most pleasing language. This is Part II of a Run-Off Poll and includes movies after 1975. Part I included films before 1975; vote on that poll here: http://www.imdb.com/poll/NgP1VlZRZpU/?ref_=po_ho/ Discuss here
The Best 2000s War Movie
War is hell and these films from the 2000s showed us exactly why. The following films either took place during wartime, showed us ways in which the war affected others or immersed us directly into the horrors on the battlefield. Which of these 2000s War movies will you most likely remember? 1990s <<< Vote Other Decades >>> 2010s After voting, you may discuss the poll here.
Which Tarantino Movie Has the Best Soundtrack?
Quentin Tarantino's films are famous for not only their storytelling or characters but also their soundtracks. Which Tarantino movie do you think has the best soundtrack? Discuss the list here
Greatest Pie Moments and Pie Plot Twists
PI (?) day is an annual celebration of the mathematical constant on the date of it's simplest abbreviated form 3.14. In a contrarian salute to ?, we honor the other type of pie and the unexpected. Pies have been creatively used by screenwriters on television and movies going back to the silent movie era. Movies, TV and pie make an pretty interesting combination. Which pie moment or plot twist from the movies or television is the most unexpected? SPOILER ALERT: Poll answer recaps reveal pie related plot twists and great pie moments. Discuss the topic here.
Surprising Wilhelm Screams
The Wilhelm scream was recorded for the film Distant Drums (1951). You can hear the scream in a scene where a man is bitten by an alligator. Years later this sound effect was called 'Wilhelm', named after the character Pvt. Wilhelm from The Charge at Feather River (1953). Since then the Wilhelm scream has been used in hundreds of films. In which movie do you least expect to hear the Wilhelm scream? You may discuss the list here
Watch It Again for the First Time
IMDb is developing a memory wipe out machine, and a few lucky users will be selected as volunteers to test it. Their memory about one of these movies will be erased, so they'll be surprised by the plot twist when they watch it again. Imagine yourself as a volunteer in this experiment. Among these movies with great plot twists, which movie would you like to watch again for the first time? Click here to sign up for our experiment.