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Poll: What's your favorite Brad Pitt movie?

# of votes   % of votes
The Curious Case of Benjamin Button 121 15% 15%  
Fight Club 122 16% 16%  
Inglourious Basterds 108 14% 14%  
Seven 117 15% 15%  
12 Monkeys 40 5% 5%  
World War Z 14 2% 2%  
Something else 262 33% 33%  
Total Votes 68    

Editor's note: Instant polls are intended as entertainment. They are not considered to be true measurements of public opinion.

  • Updated: October 16, 2014, 02:30 PM
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Poll: Which major debut at the Twin Cities Film Festival interests you most?

# of votes   % of votes
House of Manson (with Minnesota's Ryan Kiser) 66 42% 42%  
The Imitation Game (with Benedict Cumberbatch) 42 27% 27%  
Laggies (with Minnesota's Mark Webber) 5 3% 3%  
Men, Women and Children (from director Jason Reitman) 13 8% 8%  
Wild (with Reese Witherspoon) 30 19% 19%  
V/H/S Viral (latest in horror franchise) 2 1% 1%  
Total Votes 68    

Editor's note: Instant polls are intended as entertainment. They are not considered to be true measurements of public opinion.

  • Updated: October 14, 2014, 03:33 PM
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Poll: Who do you think is the “sexiest woman alive” among Esquire’s picks?

# of votes   % of votes
Angelina Jolie 139 10% 10%  
Charlize Theron 149 10% 10%  
Halle Berry 146 10% 10%  
Jessica Biel 307 21% 21%  
Kate Beckinsale 148 10% 10%  
Mila Kunis 119 8% 8%  
Minka Kelly 41 3% 3%  
Penelope Cruz 130 9% 9%  
Rihanna 23 2% 2%  
Scarlett Johansson 240 17% 17%  
Total Votes 68    

Editor's note: Instant polls are intended as entertainment. They are not considered to be true measurements of public opinion.

  • Updated: October 13, 2014, 09:13 AM
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Poll: With 'Gone Girl' now keeping moviegoers guessing, which movie has the best twist of all time?

# of votes   % of votes
The Crying Game (1992) 445 15% 15%  
Fight Club (1999) 177 6% 6%  
Memento (2000) 87 3% 3%  
Planet of the Apes (1968) 218 8% 8%  
Primal Fear (1996) 124 4% 4%  
Psycho (1960) 196 7% 7%  
The Sixth Sense (1999) 784 27% 27%  
Soylent Green (1973) 111 4% 4%  
Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back (1980) 222 8% 8%  
The Usual Suspects (1995) 515 18% 18%  
Total Votes 68    

Editor's note: Instant polls are intended as entertainment. They are not considered to be true measurements of public opinion.

  • Updated: October 08, 2014, 07:57 AM
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Poll: With ‘Twin Peaks’ coming back, what other 1990 TV show would you most like to return?

# of votes   % of votes
Are You Afraid of the Dark? 117 7% 7%  
Blossom 37 2% 2%  
The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air 242 14% 14%  
Mr. Bean 159 10% 10%  
Northern Exposure 866 52% 52%  
Wings 248 15% 15%  
Total Votes 68    

Editor's note: Instant polls are intended as entertainment. They are not considered to be true measurements of public opinion.

  • Updated: October 07, 2014, 08:47 AM
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Poll: Which is your favorite of Peter Jackson's "Lord of the Rings" films?

# of votes   % of votes
LOTR: The Fellowship of the Ring 262 53% 53%  
LOTR: The Two Towers 86 18% 18%  
LOTR: The Return of the King 119 24% 24%  
The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey 15 3% 3%  
The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug 8 2% 2%  
Total Votes 68    

Editor's note: Instant polls are intended as entertainment. They are not considered to be true measurements of public opinion.

  • Updated: October 02, 2014, 09:06 AM
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Poll: Which title least deserves to be on the book-banners top 10 list?

# of votes   % of votes
1: “Captain Underpants,” by Dav Pilkey 282 36% 36%  
2: “The Bluest Eye,” by Toni Morrison 51 7% 7%  
3: “The Absolutely True Story of a Part-Time Indian,” by Sherman Alexie 51 7% 7%  
4: “Fifty Shades of Grey,” by E.L. James 154 20% 20%  
5: “The Hunger Games,” by Suzanne Collins 107 14% 14%  
6: “A Bad Boy Can Be Good for a Girl,” by Tanya Lee Stone 20 3% 3%  
7: “Looking for Alaska,” by John Green 27 3% 3%  
8: “The Perks of Being a Wallflower,” by Stephen Chbosky 37 5% 5%  
9: “Bless Me, Ultima,” by Rudolfo Anaya 22 3% 3%  
10: “Bone,” by Jeff Smith 26 3% 3%  
Total Votes 68    

Editor's note: Instant polls are intended as entertainment. They are not considered to be true measurements of public opinion.

  • Updated: October 01, 2014, 12:50 PM
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Poll: Which is your favorite Neil Diamond hit?

# of votes   % of votes
America 145 18% 18%  
Cherry, Cherry 29 4% 4%  
Forever in Blue Jeans 41 5% 5%  
Heartlight 8 1% 1%  
Kentucky Woman 40 5% 5%  
Love on the Rocks 23 3% 3%  
Solitary Man 64 8% 8%  
Song Sung Blue 46 6% 6%  
Sweet Caroline 350 43% 43%  
Something else 68 8% 8%  
Total Votes 68    

Editor's note: Instant polls are intended as entertainment. They are not considered to be true measurements of public opinion.

  • Updated: September 30, 2014, 08:43 AM
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Poll: What's your favorite Fleetwood Mac hit?

# of votes   % of votes
The Chain 296 25% 25%  
Don't Stop 114 10% 10%  
Dreams 64 5% 5%  
Gypsy 67 6% 6%  
Landslide 196 17% 17%  
Little Lies 49 4% 4%  
Rhiannon 132 11% 11%  
Sara 44 4% 4%  
Tusk 122 10% 10%  
You Make Loving Fun 95 8% 8%  
Total Votes 68    

Editor's note: Instant polls are intended as entertainment. They are not considered to be true measurements of public opinion.

  • Updated: September 26, 2014, 01:18 PM
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Poll: Which of these returning TV series are you most looking forward to this fall?

# of votes   % of votes
The Amazing Race 489 11% 11%  
American Horror Story 276 6% 6%  
The Big Bang Theory 1028 23% 23%  
The Blacklist 738 16% 16%  
The Good Wife 356 8% 8%  
Modern Family 480 11% 11%  
NCIS 650 14% 14%  
Scandal 202 4% 4%  
The Simpsons 270 6% 6%  
Total Votes 68    

Editor's note: Instant polls are intended as entertainment. They are not considered to be true measurements of public opinion.

  • Updated: September 16, 2014, 07:56 AM
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