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Addendum: movie meme

I've been meaning to get to this meme (snurched from grandmofhelsing) for at least a week, so, what better way to show January the door...



1) First Movie you saw in a theater?
I'm pretty sure it was One Million Years B.C. (the Hammer remake, not the original).

2) First R-Rated Film You Bought A Ticket For By Yourself?
Honestly, I'm really not sure. But it may have been The Shining (1980).

3) Favorite Movie Snack?
I don't eat in theatres. It's this weird hang-up I have. I think it bugs Spooky.

4) Favorite film going experience?
That's a really hard one. Seeing the restored Lawrence of Arabia in 70mm? That might be it. Or seeing Citizen Kane on the big screen.

5) Stupidest thing you did that you saw in a Movie?
Er...okay, I'm going to take this question seriously. I once jumped from one moving car onto another (spring 1982). I know I'd seen it some movie somewhere. I think it was an Indiana Jones sort of thing.

6) First film to inspire carnal thoughts for the opposite sex?
I have no frelling idea. I was sexually precocious, so there's no telling.

7) Have you ever paid for one movie and snuck into another?
Absolutely.

8) Have you ever seen a movie in a drive-In?
Yep. We went to lots of drive-ins when I was a kid. I saw Valley of Gwangi at a drive-in. I saw lots of monster movies at drive-ins. I think my last drive-in movie was The Born Losers in Jacksonville, Florida in...let's see...1974ish? (Yes, I know it was first released in 1967.)

9) Have you ever had sex in a car while watching a movie.
No.

10) If so, what film?
See above.

11) Ever had sex in a movie theater?
Eh...sort of, yeah.

12) If so, What film?
Quest for Fire, but that's okay, as I'd already seen it once before.

13) Favorite John Hughes Film?
Planes, Trains, and Automobiles.

14) Favorite Quentin Tarantino film?
Pulp Fiction.

15) Favorite Hitchcock Film?
Rope.

16) Favorite Spielberg Film?
Raiders of the Lost Ark

17) Favorite Zombie Film?
Dawn of the Dead (remake, 2004)

18) Favorite Actor (dead)?
Jimmy Stewart. Cary Grant. Humphrey Bogart. Gregory Peck. Gary Cooper. Sorry. I couldn't pick just one...

19) Favorite Actor (living)?
Johnny Depp.

20) Favorite Character Actor Ever?
Christopher Lee and Vincent Price (tie). I'm stealing this answer from Franklin.

21) Favorite Actress (dead)?
Katharine Hepburn.

22) Favorite Actress (living)?
Uma Thurman. Cate Blanchett. Jodie Foster. Etc.

23) Favorite Character Actress Ever?
Tilda Swinton.

24) Favorite Theatrical Animated Character?
Bugs Bunny.

25) Favorite Film Score?
Howard Shore, The Lord of the Rings. Danny Elfman, Edward Scissorhands. Maurice Jarre, Lawrence of Arabia.

26) Favorite piece of Film Music?
"Opening Titles," Miller's Crossing (Larry Wilcox).

27) Favorite Film Song?
"Sally's Song" (The Nightmare Before Xmas)

28) Favorite Christmas Movie?
The Nightmare Before Xmas

29) Favorite Film Genre?
Science Fiction, with Western a close second.

30) Favorite Porn Film?
I'm not sure I've ever seen a bona-fide porn film. Really.

31) First Porn Film You Saw?
See above.

32) Favorite Disney Film?
Sleeping Beauty (1959)

33) Favorite Western?
This is impossible. Once Upon a Time in the West. Just about anything by John Ford. The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance. Jeremiah Johnson. Little Big Man.

34) Favorite Musical?
The truth comes out...My Fair Lady.

35) Favorite Horror Film?
Alien.

36) Favorite Comedy?
I'm not even going to try to pick a favorite Marx Bros. film.

37) Favorite Science-Fiction Film?
Blade Runner or Dark City or both.

38) Favorite Suspense Film?
Rear Window. Wait Until Dark.

39) Favorite Romantic Film?
Bram Stoker's Dracula. Or Dangerous Liaisons.

40) Favorite Epic?
The Lord of the Rings (Peter Jackson).

41) Least Favorite Thing About Seeing Films in A Theater?
The frelling audience.

42) Favorite Thing about Seeing Films in a Theater?
The sound system. I'd say the big screen, but they're so often curved these days...

43) If you could be any film character, who?
Gogo Yubari (Chiaki Kuriyama) in Kill Bill, Vol. 1.

44) If you could have sex with any film character, Who?
Gogo Yubari (Chiaki Kuriyama) in Kill Bill, Vol. 1. Yeah, I'm a narcissist.

45) If you could live happily ever after with a film character?
Dr. David Huxley (Cary Grant) in Bringing Up Baby. Or Christian (Ewan McGregor) in Moulin Rouge!.

46) If you could be any movie monster, who?
The 8th Ellen Ripley clone.

47) Favorite Film Critic?
I no longer have one.

48) Favorite Screen Writer?
It would take me a week to answer this question.

49) Favorite Director?
The Coen Bros. Howard Hawks. John Ford. Hitchcock. Martin Scorcese.

50) Chaplin or Keaton?
Chaplin

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( 6 comments — Have your say! )
stardustgirl
Feb. 1st, 2006 03:12 am (UTC)
RE: porn films

They showed Deep Throat as one of the freebie films one weekend at college. A bunch of us went, having never seen a porn film and hearing it was such a famous classic porn film, and we were curious. I can't remember much about it other than most of the audience didn't seem to be intent on watching the film so much as snickering and making comments about the bad makeup and the horrendously ugly men. Especially the ugly guys.
robyn_ma
Feb. 1st, 2006 03:33 am (UTC)
I did mine here.
sfmarty
Feb. 1st, 2006 04:05 am (UTC)
A very long time ago I worked for a guy who rented dance films out to various people and places. He had a juicy porn film that we played for ourselves from time to time. I forget its title but it involved a man chasing a "french" maid around and around a couch. Must have been hot stuff when films were new.

setsuled
Feb. 1st, 2006 02:19 pm (UTC)
Or seeing Citizen Kane on the big screen.

I envy you very much.

Maurice Jarre, Lawrence of Arabia.

I've had that music stuck in my head for days. I guess I oughta watch that movie again soon . . .

The 8th Ellen Ripley clone.

I like that answer.
eldritch00
Feb. 1st, 2006 05:15 pm (UTC)
I personally prefer Keaton to Chaplin.

That said, your choice of music and your mention of Planes, Trains, and Automobiles sure brought back a lot of pleasant memories for me.

I'm also glad to see Rope there, and pleasantly surprised to see the remake of Dawn of the Dead, which I enjoyed (I thought you'd go for the original Night... or Shaun of the Dead).

BTW, for Westerns, did you like Unforgiven? That would probably be my favorite.
greygirlbeast
Feb. 1st, 2006 05:21 pm (UTC)
BTW, for Westerns, did you like Unforgiven?

Yep. It would be on a more extensive list of my favourites.
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