Poll: Of these 25 films about high school life, which is your favorite?
A poll by BoltBait
Results of 5,321 votes:
The Breakfast Club (1985)
The Perks of Being a Wallflower (2012)
Ferris Bueller's Day Off (1986)
Fast Times at Ridgemont High (1982)
American Graffiti (1973)
Napoleon Dynamite (2004)
Remember the Titans (2000)
To Sir, with Love (1967)
Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure (1989)
Freedom Writers (2007)
Blackboard Jungle (1955)
Sixteen Candles (1984)
Dangerous Minds (1995)
Pump Up the Volume (1990)
Coach Carter (2005)
Lean on Me (1989)
Three O'Clock High (1987)
Pretty in Pink (1986)
Stand and Deliver (1988)
Rock 'n' Roll High School (1979)
Which of these debut films would you most like to watch (or watch again, if you've already seen them)?
I always was fascinated by the early works of certain directors, and how they evolved over the time. This List only includes Low Budget Movies (up to 500k), even some unfinished ones, I think it cant hurt to know they are there.. it still helped the Filmmakers to progress. I really recommend to give them a try, some are really gems.. and maybe this list is going to be a Poll in the future, i would like to see how others think of this movies. I love them! -oldest to newest- Discuss here
...whom is it that first comes to mind? After voting, you may discuss the poll here. Also vote for: Movie Redheads
Best Opening Credits
Most credits are a boring waste of time, but these films found a way to spice them up and make them interesting. Which of these do you find most enjoyable? Discuss here.
Which Movie Needs a Sequel The Most?
There are many movies that set themselves up for a sequel. But sometimes, for various reasons, that sequel is never made and you are left wondering what happened after the first. Which of these movies needs a sequel the most? Discuss it here
MTV Films 1996-2004
MTV Films was established in 1996 as the popular cable network's motion picture production branch. At this point they have produced over 40 films with more upcoming in the future. Which of these is your favorite? Discuss here.
The Gem State Movies
The Gem State is the official nickname of Idaho. This nickname is for the abundance of natural resources and scenic areas that include snow-capped mountain ranges, rapids, vast lakes and steep canyons (source: statesymbolsusa.org). Idaho became the 43rd state of the United States of America in 1890. These movies have a connection with Idaho. They are (partially) filmed there or it's a topic in the story. Which movie (or movie poster) do you associate the most with Idaho? You may discuss the poll here Click here to vote for other States of America
Best Fictional Election or Campaign Movie?
Tuesday, November 6, 2018 is Election Day in the United States of America, normally set as "the Tuesday next after the first Monday in the month of November" in even years. Which of these fictional election or campaign movies* most earns your vote? * Movies can encompass any political aspect from grassroots movement, campaign, convention, election, or post-election event for any candidate from dog catcher to president or be a solitary issue-centric campaign or set in any country. Take the companion poll: Best True Story Election or Campaign Movie? Discuss the topic here.
The United States of Movies
Recently Entertainment Weekly magazine made a list of the single films that best captured the spirit and and story of each US state. Since there are 51 films on the list (including Washington DC) the most popular 35 are listed below. Vote for your favorite film and then you will know which US state you should be living in! Discuss the list here Movies that didn't make the top 35 cut: True Grit (Arkansas), The Ice Storm (Connecticut), Breaking Away (Indiana), Coal Miner's Daughter (Kentucky), Hairspray (Maryland), In the Heat of the Night (Mississippi), Nebraska (Nebraska), Our Town (New Hampshire), Gas, Food Lodging (New Mexico), Junebug (North Carolina), Three Faces West (North Dakota), Oklahoma! (Oklahoma), Nashville (Tennessee), Giant (Texas), Shenandoah (Virginia), October Sky (West Virginia)
Movies Which Were Hard to Finish
Here are movies that were hard to finish as chosen by readers of the IMDb Poll Board. We walked out of them, turned them off, or lost interest and fast-forwarded to the end. Which movie did you like the least? Discuss here after voting
What Is Your Most Viewed Genre?
On your profile which genre have you seen the most of? To find this, go to your profile and click the "see more" drop down arrow on the right hand side in the Ratings Analysis section. You will then see the Top Rated Genre section where the largest horizontal bar corresponds to the genre that you have rated the most titles in. Discuss here.
Best On-Screen Quarterback
A brief overview of a quarterback, which is a position in American Football, would be that the quarterback is the leader of the offense and touches the ball on every play. The player has to have a very high football IQ as he or she is the communicator between the coach and the rest of the offense while the game is underway. The quarterback needs to be able to read the opponents defensive coverage as well to be able to change their play to have optimal success. An ego (to a degree) is also needed to succeed at the position as the quarterback needs to believe that every play he or she personally calls or ball thrown will be successful. Other needs to be a good quarterback: Team player Cool Headed A Competitive Fire to win every game Clutch Physically Tough can withstand hits without too much compliant Field Vision to make correct reads Arm Strength to some degree but not most important trait Throwing Accuracy Which quarterback would you want making the plays for you under center? Discuss Here
Best Opening Songs in Movies
Which of these following movie titles do you think had the best song in their opening? Note: James Bond movies are not included. Discuss here
Great Caesar's Ghost! More Fictitious Swear Words
After the success of the first poll, many users suggested even more Fictitious Swear Words. From this new list, which amuses you the most? First poll, Holy Fraq! Favorite Fictitious Swear Words: Vote Discuss the list here
MTV Movie Awards All-Time Best Movie
Which is your favorite among the winners of the MTV Movie Awards for Best Movie? Discuss Here
The Best 2000s Teen Movie
Which one of these 2000s teen movies do you think is the best? After voting, you may discuss the poll here. Vote also for : + The Best '90s Teen Movie + The Best '80s Teen Movie
Best Soundtracks 2000-2009
Which movie released between 2000-2009 had the best soundtrack? discuss here 90s 80s 70s
Most Memorable Prom Night Movie
Which of these 25 promising movies has the most memorable scenes about prom night? You may discuss the poll here
Title Role Performances — Full Name Titles
These movie titles contain the full name of the main character from the movie, without any additions. Whose title role performance is your favorite? You may discuss the poll here
Low Budget Movies That Paid Off Big
Low budgets films allow investors to reap potentially huge returns on their investment. While budget caps vary throughout the world and time, one authoritative definition sets the top end of the limit for movies with a current budget under $2,500,000. On both sides of the camera, many of today's biggest stars first honed their skills on low budget films. These films launched or served as a breakthrough for many in many of their careers. Which one of these wildly successful low budget ($250,000 < $1,500,000) movies* is your favorite? * Movies with a minimum 6.0 IMDb user rating, excludes micro-budget (<$250,000) films and uses just one type of movie income stream (box office) for comparison. Vote in the companion poll: Micro Budget Movies That Paid Off Big Discuss the topic here.
Love It or Hate It
These movies are known to be divisive; either you LOVE the movie or you HATE the movie. Which movie do you really LOVE? You may discuss the poll here