IMDb Polls

Poll: How much did IMDb change your life?

Since you're an IMDb user, the website has certainly influenced your leisure time and improved your knowledge of movies and TV programs, it certainly made you more curious about films and more eager to discuss them, but this poll goes deeper than that, in a more... life-changing way?

The options will give you an idea, but asked differently, the question would be: how different would have been your life (social, personal and/or professional) if IMDb simply didn't exist?

Vote for the most life-changing aspect and discuss here

Make Your Choice

  1. Vote!

    John Cusack and Catherine Keener in Being John Malkovich (1999)

    I found love!
  2. Vote!

    Dustin Hoffman and Meryl Streep in Kramer vs. Kramer (1979)

    It cost me a marriage (or a love relationship)
  3. Vote!

    Michael Douglas and Charlie Sheen in Wall Street (1987)

    I got a job!
  4. Vote!

    Gary Cole and Ron Livingston in Office Space (1999)

    It cost me a job (or an internship)
  5. Vote!

    Jamie Bell and Julie Walters in Billy Elliot (2000)

    I found my vocation (and I'm still working on it)
  6. Vote!

    "Taxi Driver" Robert De Niro

    It cost me my youth (or my social life)!
  7. Vote!

    Robert De Niro and Jerry Lewis in The King of Comedy (1982)

    I met my idol.
  8. Vote!

    Joseph Fiennes stars as William Shakespeare

    I certainly improved my English writing skills.
  9. Vote!

    Jonathan Pryce in Brazil (1985)

    It cost my passion for Internet and websites (the trolls did a terrific job)
  10. Vote!

    Roger Ebert and Gene Siskel in Life Itself (2014)

    I guess, it just made me an expert or fan of movies (and/or TV programs), who enjoyed talking about them!

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