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Thu, Apr 23, 2020 10:54 PM

Live Poll: The IMDb Poll Board User's Beloved Little Comedy Movies

Intro:

This time the IMDb poll board users present their most beloved littlecomedies. We all know the big comedies, which were pretty successfullike Life of Brian (1979), The Big Lebowski (1998), or The Grand Budapest Hotel (2014). But there a few comedies didn't reach such a wide audience. Which of these comedies rated by 50.000 or less users with a rating above 6/10 is your favorite? If you haven't seen one of them, vote for the one you're most interested in. Discuss here.

Rules:

The idea is to collect as many really funny movies that are not so widely known to present them as an alternate to the total mainstream movies, the kings. They can be nasty or rude, no matter.
Only comedy movies, rated 6.5/10 or higher with less than 50.000 ratings. One movie per user - if there are not so many contributers, this rule can be enhanced. They might be comedies you can watch over and over again and still laugh.

List: https://www.imdb.com/list/ls099799227/

Poll: https://www.imdb.com/poll/b-co0QNkkZo/


Responses

5.1K Messages

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122.1K Points

1 y ago

Changed the intro a little (question).

3.9K Messages

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91.1K Points

1 y ago

My Pick:

Phir Hera Pheri (2006)


5.1K Messages

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122.1K Points

Thank you, Bo.
It's on the list. :D

Champion

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14.1K Messages

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419.7K Points

1 y ago

Breumaster,

For your consideration:

What's Up, Doc? (1972)
7.7/10 18,558
The accidental mix-up of four identical plaid overnight bags leads to a series of increasingly wild and wacky situations.
The scene with the plate glass is classic.

Mr. Blandings Builds His Dream House (1948)
7.3/10  9,769
A man and his wife decide they can afford to have a house in the country built to their specifications. It's a lot more trouble than they think.

Those Magnificent Men in Their Flying Machines or How I Flew from London to Paris in 25 hours 11 minutes (1965)
7.0/10  7,249
Hoping to push Britain to the forefront of aviation, a London publisher organizes an international air race across the English Channel, but must contend with two entrants vying for his daughter, as well as national rivalries and cheating.

Born Yesterday (1950)
7.6/10 9,498
A tycoon hires a tutor to teach his lover proper etiquette, with unexpected results.

Adam's Rib (1949)
7.5/10 18,640
Domestic and professional tensions mount when a husband and wife work as opposing lawyers in a case involving a woman who shot her husband.

Desk Set (1957)
7.3/10  7,370
Two extremely strong personalities clash over the computerization of a television network's research department.

The Glass Bottom Boat (1966)
6.5/10  4,060
After a series of misunderstandings, the head of an aerospace research laboratory begins to suspect his new girlfriend is a Russian spy.

Please Don't Eat the Daisies (1960)
6.5/10 3,857
A university professor leaves his job to become a theater critic, creating problems with his family and friends.

5.1K Messages

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122.1K Points

Big thank you, Dan. :D
Did you check the rules? I made up the rule one per user. Maybe later enhanced, if not enough users are interested in. So which of these movies you mentioned would you pick as your number one? I f I have to enhance the rule, you might define a special order.

Champion

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14.1K Messages

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419.7K Points

In that case:

What's Up, Doc? (1972)
7.7/10 18,558
The accidental mix-up of four identical plaid overnight bags leads to a series of increasingly wild and wacky situations.
The scene with the plate glass is classic.

5.1K Messages

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122.1K Points

1 y ago

I have an additional idea to my basic idea. The rules count, but I add another rule.
Dan is the most respected guy on this board, according to the extra work he does for all.
So I count Dan as a special user for the work he did for all. For each user, who joins the idea
with his contribution, I'll put one more of Dan's options to the list. :D Come on, guys. :)
contributions treated in order of appearance. :D

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14.1K Messages

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419.7K Points

Breumaster,

I misread the criteria. I would rather this poll be representative of members of this board.

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122.1K Points

Ok, Dan. So it will be. :D

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24.3K Points

1 y ago

5.1K Messages

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122.1K Points

Thank you, otter! :D
I've put your pick to the list. :D

832 Messages

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29.3K Points

1 y ago

My pick
Pride (2014)  7.8 (49,189)

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122.1K Points

Thank you, Silitonga.
I've put your pick on the list. :D

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46.5K Points

1 y ago

5.1K Messages

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122.1K Points

Thank you albstein. :D
I've put your pick on the list. :)

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46.5K Points

The next ones are
Mon Oncle (1958)
Pappa ante Portas (1991)

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122.1K Points

Thank you, albstein.

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122.1K Points

Thank you, Stephen. :D
I've put your little gem on the list. :)

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70.2K Points

I'll submit the next two if you please.
Monsieur Hulot's Holiday (1953)
Divorce Italian Style (1961)

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122.1K Points

Thank you Stephen.
For now it's 3 picks each user. If I change it, you'll know
(I guess - I get a mail for each new posts in the poll suggestions)

397 Messages

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9.4K Points

1 y ago

Wolf of Wall Street

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122.1K Points

Thank you, but with 1.1 million ratings, the wolf doesn't match the criteria.
Maybe you have another suggestion. I fit fits the criteria, I'd put it to the list.

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122.1K Points

1 y ago

Seems that there are not so many pals suggesting,
so I enhance the one-per-user-criterion to three-per-user.
Each of us may suggest three movies. So I take another two of Dan's suggestions.
Dan, if you want to pick others than I've put on the list, then please let me know. :D