Monday, February 05, 2007

In the mean time, as I gather more data

From DD, because I really need an excuse to talk about movies...

Popcorn or Candy? Candy, not that I really need the excuse. I love Milk Duds, but once lost a large filling due to one, yup, in a movie. I love Skittles, too, so they'll do. I like the piece by piece eating action. My son, with all his discipline, will not even open up the goods (usually Sour Patch) until the movie starts. I'm generally finished and comatose by then.

Name a movie you've been meaning to see forever: I've never seen the hard core military movies like Deerhunter and Apoclapyse Now, but I'm not sure I'm ready. I'm not really sure why I'm not ready, but I have a wall. Same with Raging Bull. But they're all in my Netflix queue.

Steal one costume from a movie for your wardrobe: Halle Berry in Cat Woman, but only if the body comes with it

Your favorite film franchise is: Clerks - I am so uptown with that choice.

Invite five (living) movie people over for dinner. Who are they? Jon Fa.vreau, Vince, Gerard, Kevin Smith, and I can't settle on #5 - too many choices - maybe John Camer.on Mitc.hell

Why'd you invite them? I wouldn't have to say a thing and I'd be completely entertained for hours. Okay, eye candy, too.

What do you feed them? Me. To Gerard. But there's enough to go around.

What is the appropriate punishment for people who answer cell phones in the movie theater? I would make them walk barefoot between each of the sticky rows.

Choose a female bodyguard
: Hulk's daughter, Brooke. S/he'll kick your ass. I think s/he has balls up under there.

What's the scariest thing you've ever seen in a movie? What generally comes to mind, although I do not remember any specifics, was the time I went to the porn cinema with a boyfriend outside Ft. Jacks.on in Aug.usta GA. It didn't turn me on in the least, the floor was very sticky, there were single men dotted throughout the seats, and I kept that awful soundtrack (and imagetrack) repeating in my brain for a long time afterwards. Made stuff IRL feel very cheap for a while.

Your favorite genre (excluding "comedy" and "drama"): Independent, which funny enough is an umbrella for anything. Also, Foreign, which is the same way.

For their distraction, I will tag:



Anonymous said...

Eeek!!! Alright, I'll do my best...
Although introducing DH to the Classics of Modern Cinema has been a less-than-uplifting experience: we watched my ancient video copy of _Clockwork Orange_ last night & all he had to say was "Interesting!"
(it's me, Val, trying to avoid losing this comment!?!)

Anonymous said...

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