For now it's just...
- Name a movie you have seen more than 10 times.
- Name a movie you've seen multiple times in the theater.
- Name an actor that would make you more inclined to see a movie.
- Name an actor that would make you less likely to see a movie.
- Name a movie than you can and do quote from.
- Name a movie musical that you know all of the lyrics to all of the songs.
- Name a movie that you have been known to sing along with.
- Name a movie you would recommend everyone see.
- Name a movie that you own.
- Name an actor that launched his/her entertainment career in another medium but who has surprised you with his/her acting chops.
- Have you ever seen a movie at a drive-in? If so, what?
- Ever made out in a movie?
- Name a movie that you keep meaning to see but just haven't gotten around to it yet.
- Ever walked out on a movie?
- Name a movie that made you cry in the theater.
- What was the last movie you saw in the theater.
- What is your favorite/preferred genre of movie.
- What is the first movie you remember seeing in the theater?
- What movie do you wish you'd never seen?
- What is the weirdest movie you enjoyed?
- What is the scariest movie you have seen?
- What is the funniest movie you have seen?
Empire Records. Over and over and over. When we couldn't find another movie and I was tired of standing in Blockbuster in my pajamas and slippers it was always Empire Records and Mallrats.
ET but not totally by choice. It just happened to be the only movie playing that summer.
Alan Rickman. For a little while he only made movies with actresses that I dislike, but I saw them anyway.
Jim Carrey. He's just not my speed. Like a lot of comedians, I suspect that he could be really good if a seasoned director reined him in. But instead, all anyone wants to see him do is his shtick, which never did much for me in the first place. I didn't see 23 or whatever it was called but I was curious about it, just to see him stretch a little.
Blues Brothers…”Orange whip? Orange whip? Three orange whips.”
Hrrm. That would be Grease, which is not a movie I love but rather a movie that has been forced upon me repeatedly. Now Grease 2, I love, but only because it is so…amazingly…bad. The songs are a lot harder to remember though.
What kind of movie do you like? Quiet movies? I liked The Winter Guest. Horror movies? I love 28 Days Later. Romance…I…um…hmmm…I don't know. Oh! Persuasion. That's a really good movie. Or Bell, Book and Candle, I love that one.
I own a decent number of movies so let's just say Move Over Darling.
Hmmm…I don't really know what to answer for this one because I still have that Jim Carrey thing on my mind. There are a lot of comdedians that I think have turned out to be fine actors, in a way I never expected. But that's not an entirely different medium, is it? As far as singers go…the only thing that comes to mind is Jodi's choice of David Bowie…oh, how about Harry Connick, Jr? He's actually quite good. Let's just go with that.
Yes, quite a few but the first that springs to mind is A Nightmare on Elm Street. Did you know that it was based on an article that Wes Craven found about teenagers dying in their sleep?
Um…yes. I was rather shocked by all the people who hadn't.
Sherri loaned me a copy of Old Boy three years ago.
No, but I wish I had. Almost walked out of Blue Velvet but didn't. Ah, regrets.
Dead Poet's Society. Yeah…it doesn't now, but it did then.
Um…jeez, I don't know. It was…I have no idea.
Comedy or a movie where they blow stuff up.
No idea, it was probably a Disney movie. I do have some memory of seeing Robin Hood in the theater with a bunch of other kids. There were probably some other kids movies before that but I don't really remember.
Blue Velvet. I have never really gotten into the David Lynch thing. I really want to like his movies but I never get past the fact that I really didn't like Blue Velvet. I liked “Twin Peaks” though.
Probably The Princess and the Warrior. I knew I was going to like it because I like Franka Potente and I like Tom Twyker, but I knew that there was a graphic tracheotomy schene and that scared me a little. Turned out to not be that graphic. Loved the movie.
A Nightmare on Elm Street was pretty scary, and if you haven't seen it in a while you won't remember that it is, but it is.
Probably Shaun of the Dead.