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  • Movies.com Lists Results in First Annual Readers Poll

    Some interesting choices and bizarre head scratchers in Movies.com's first annual readers poll. Among the winners:

    Favorite Movie - The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King
    Favorite Actor - Johnny Depp (he was also named Best Comeback )
    Favorite Actress - Natalie Portman
    Favorite Director - Steven Spielberg
    Favorite Franchise - Star Wars
    Hottest Upcoming Male - Orlando Bloom (LOTR? POTC? Yeah, the kid's just starting out)
    Most Likely to Enter Rehab - Lindsay Lohan (OK, I really shouldn't laugh about this, but :lol: )

    Complete results are at www.movies.com/fanpoll.
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    Re: Movies.com Lists Results in First Annual Readers Poll

    <clerks2> There is only one Return, and that is of the Jedi. </clerks2>


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      Re: Movies.com Lists Results in First Annual Readers Poll

      Originally posted by disneytim View Post
      Some interesting choices and bizarre head scratchers in Movies.com's first annual readers poll. Among the winners:

      Favorite Movie - The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King
      Favorite Actor - Johnny Depp (he was also named Best Comeback )
      Favorite Actress - Natalie Portman
      Favorite Director - Steven Spielberg
      Favorite Franchise - Star Wars
      Hottest Upcoming Male - Orlando Bloom (LOTR? POTC? Yeah, the kid's just starting out)
      Most Likely to Enter Rehab - Lindsay Lohan (OK, I really shouldn't laugh about this, but :lol: )

      Complete results are at www.movies.com/fanpoll.
      Nothing headscratching about it. The people voting know nothing about "the movies" or anything before the year 2000. Headscratcher for this demographic might be Steven Spielberg, since he probably is one of the ten best directors ever.

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