1. What was the last movie you watched in theaters?
The Hunger Games. I quite enjoyed it, I will say. I was disappointed at the lack of on-screen violence, after watching the amazing Battle Royale. But it was good. Except for [SPOILER ALERT!!] those silly dogs at the end.
2. What was the first movie you ever remember watching in a theater?
I think it was The Wiggles Movie, when I was (obviously) much, much younger. I haven’t seen it since.
3. Top 5 movies.
In no particular order…
Shaun of the Dead
4. Top 5 directors.
Danny Boyle, Christopher Nolan, David Fincher, Edgar Wright, CorridorDigital (Sam & Niko)
5. A favorite adapted movie.
127 Hours was the first that came to mind.
6. Your best experience on going to the movies.
Inception was truly epic on the big-screen. Watched it twice. No regrets.
7. A guilty pleasure.
Mean Girls. It was amusing.
8. An overrated movie.
Avatar. The most overrated film of all time.
It was complete rubbish for a number of reasons. So much disappointment. :c
9. An underrated movie.
Recently saw Warrior. It’s a boxing film. You’ve probably lost interest already, but it’s actually executed incredibly well. The performances are stunning and raw, the pacing is great, the mood is tense, and the finale is awesome. Unfortunately, most will simply look over it. Shame on you if you do, though!
10. A movie that not many have heard that you’ve seen.
Before you ask, it’s not actually a sequel, so there’s no need to watch ‘Hamlet’.
It’s a great little comedy, and my favourite Steve Coogan film. He’s hilarious in it.
The whole film is so quotable - it was co-written by Pam Brady (writer of Hot Rod).
11. A movie you watched mainly for an actor.
The first that came to mind - I watched The Art of Getting By over the Easter weekend, only because it had Emma Roberts in it. She’s so pretty.
12. Top 5 actors.
Jake Gyllenhaal, Joseph Gorden Levitt, James Franco, Heath Ledger, Woody Harrelson.
13. Top 5 actresses.
Ellen Page, Zooey Deschanel, Rachel McAdams, Emily Blunt, Amy Adams.
14. VHS, DVD or Blu-Ray?
The quality difference is very visible if you’re going from Blu-Ray back to DVD.
15. Favorite Disney movie (not PIXAR!).
The Lion King. Will forever love that film.
16. A tearjerker.
The Pursuit of Happyness, The Notebook or Big Fish.
Take your pick!
17. A movie that you know is bad but you can’t help but love it.
I watched Beastly last night. It wasn’t a good film. It was cute, though.
I guess that’s the best answer I can give, off the top of my head.
18. Favorite Movie Soundtrack.
The Nightmare Before Christmas. Danny Elfman is a musical genius.
19. Favorite quote from a movie.
I really don’t know, so I’m just going to answer with this:
“My life is a parody of a tragedy.”
-Dana Marschz, Hamlet 2
20. A movie that was better than the book.
I don’t know. I don’t read books.
21. First adult film you watched (thematically speaking not R-rated).
Depends how ‘adulty’ you’re asking.
M rated - either Pay It Forward or The Blues Brothers.
MA rated - I think it was The Passion of the Christ. That film is brutal.
22. A kids movie you always watch.
The Prince of Egypt. The scene where God’s people are heading to the Red Sea, singing ‘When You Believe’ gives me shivers every time. Amazing.
23. Favorite Science Fiction movie.
I generally avoid the genre, but Danny Boyle was in the director’s seat for Sunshine. And it starred Cillian Murphy. So I watched it. And was pleasantly suprised.
24. Favorite Comedy.
It’s just so gosh-darn funny, and oh-so-very quotable.
”Did you re-inforce the take-off ramps?”
”Nah, didn’t have time.”
25. Favorite Fantasy.
Nothing comes close. It’s a perfect film.
26. Favorite Love Story.
(500) Days of Summer.
One of the first lines in the film is “This isn’t a love story.”
But, whatever. It is. It just doesn’t end well.
27. A movie you hate.
Avatar. Or Transformers 2. Take your pick.
28. Favorite animated movie.
Either The Prince of Egypt or The Lion King.
29. A movie from your favorite director you didn’t like.
The Curious Case of Benjamin Button. It was SO BORING.
30. Favorite comic book movie.
Scott Pilgrim vs the World. No explanation needed.
31. Three movies you’re expecting excitedly!
Neighbourhood Watch - Directed by Akiva Schaffer (Hot Rod, The Lonely Island), and starring Ben Stiller, Vince Vaughn, Jonah Hill, and Richard Ayoade (freakin’ MOSS from THE IT CROWD, OMG).
The World’s End - The third series in the Blood and Ice Cream Trilogy, after Shaun of the Dead and Hot Fuzz. About freakin’ time!
The Raid - Brutal Asian martial arts/action flick, with an Australian director. It’s out in cinemas, but there was no release/screenings at the local one, so I’m waiting for its Blu-Ray release.
32. A book you read for a movie.
I don’t read.
33. Favorite Musical.
South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut.
Watched it thrice in the last few days. Still hilarious. And the songs are so catchy!
34. Favorite fictional character.
Brick Tamland, played by Steve Carrell in Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy.
”I love lamp.”
35. A movie you wished they never made.
S. Darko. Why would you even attempt to make a sequel to Donnie Darko?! Silly Hollywood.
36. Favorite remake.
Either Disturbia or Quarantine (although [REC] is still superior).
It’s hard to pick good remakes, because they’re generally all rubbish.
Whew! I wanna see your versions of this list - reblog and fill it in!
And I also think you should send me some questions/responses/comments! c:
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