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Wednesday, November 8th, 2023 6:46 AM

Live Poll: Favorite Movie Poster Inspired by Great Works of Art

What is your favorite poster that is inspired by great works of art?

Below each movie, the name of the painting and the painter is given.

Images are listed in order of movie production year.

Live Poll: imdb.com/poll/eyMqD6GMwzM/

List: imdb.com/list/ls523411935/

List order: imdb.com/list/ls523411935/copy

This poll was made possible with the help of the following people, thank you for their help

dan_dassow

Jessica

Pencho15

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6 months ago

@hamidrezampmm ,

Nicely done.

Please change:

What is your favorite poster by great works of art?

To:

What is your favorite poster that is inspired by great works of art?

Note: I highlighted the text to make it easier for you to see. Please don't highlight the text in your edit.

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@dan_dassow Changes were made.
Thanks for your help and comment (:

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@hamidrezampmm​ ,

Thank you for making the edit.

My objective is to help you and other poll authors to create the best poll that they can produce. Some day you will be helping future poll authors learn how to create polls.

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@dan_dassow thank you for objective.

and maybe my future objective ((:

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6 months ago

The title would be better as:

Favorite Movie Poster Inspired by Great Works of Art

or 

Movie Posters Inspired by Great Works of Art

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@hamidrezampmm​ 

Please also make the edit in your list.

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@Jessica​ Honestly, I had completely forgotten the list🤦😂.
Thank you for your attention🙏

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6 months ago

FYC:  

Carnage based also on Warhol's Marylin Monroe.

The Cabin in the Woods based on M.C. Escher Relativity.

500 Days of Summer based on David Hockney's The Scrabble Game

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@Pencho15 

Thank you very much for your help🙏💐
I will add to the list

What does FYC stand for?

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@hamidrezampmm​ ,

FYC is an abbreviation of For Your Consideration.

Your poll suggestion is very good. However, other poll authors may provide additional advice to improve your poll.

To answer another question you raised elsewhere: Do the poll admins ever reject a poll?

The admins generally do not explicitly reject a poll suggestion unless the poll clearly violates IMDb's terms of service, such as hate speech or adult content that would be considered not safe for work. We also will reject a poll that is overtly political, marginalizes or stereotypes a person or group of people or comes across as mean spirited.

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@dan_dassow​ Thanks for all the good information
I always appreciate the help of others.
Recently I want to start a new method, that everyone who helped me, when my poll is live, I will post the names of those who helped(on that post).
I hope this becomes a tradition.
The next point is that in my opinion: a bad ending is better than an open ending.
I'd be much happier to find out which of my polls was rejected than to have everything ambiguous.
Thank you for writing how to manage a poll
I know that a poll should be innovative, but sometimes I feel that everyone has a specific definition of innovative.
For example, it is interesting to me that among all the winners of the best actress at the Oscars, which one is the best?

And I posted part one and part two and three are completely ready, but I don't know if my first suggestion will be accepted at all until I post the rest.
In any case, I try to make my survey enjoyable.

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@hamidrezampmm​ 

Recently I want to start a new method, that everyone who helped me, when my poll is live, I will post the names of those who helped(on that post).
I hope this becomes a tradition.

That's a nice idea. It's also common to thank other users in the poll's intro. Drevnibor used to do that a lot. Examples:

https://www.imdb.com/poll/Cp_LYbaHobU/

https://www.imdb.com/poll/sZR2-bBFirQ/

https://www.imdb.com/poll/S5Mn06hUdRE/

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Glad someone else has already done this, thanks for the info
You also helped me several times with my posts ((:

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@hamidrezampmm ,

Thank you for adding @Pencho15 's suggestions:

Please correct:

#17

https://www.imdb.com/list/ls523411935/mediaviewer/rm2922100480/

The Cabin in the Woods

M.C. Escher Relativity

You could still add:

500 Days of Summer based on David Hockney's The Scrabble Game

https://www.imdb.com/title/tt1022603/mediaviewer/rm2350025728

500 Days of Summer (2009) Poster

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@dan_dassow Thank you very much for your very good suggestion.
I added
Of course, with the number 11, based on the year of the movie release ((:

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@hamidrezampmm​ 

#18 The Cabin in the Woods 

M.C. Escher's Relativity

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@dan_dassow 

I don't know why I didn't understand at all, I just saw the second part of your comment💐

@Jessica 

Thank you for your help and reminder, I really wouldn't have understood if you hadn't told me💐🙏

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5 months ago

Happy smiley 100

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