...yes, I know you're completely bored with this meme now, and I'm lucky if *anyone* is still reading. But I promise that this is the last of it.
What song would you choose to be the theme song to the movie of your life story?
Theme song? Ooo. That's a really hard one. There are so many great songs out there that could apply, and not apply at the same time.
I know. I'll put a brain twister in there: '25 or 6 to 4' (Makes sense that it would be a Chicago song, doesn't it?) That will be the theme song to my bio-movie. It says it all - without getting sappy about life and love and all that other stuff.
And if you still think that it's a song that was written about an acid trip you are oh so wrong my friends and need to search out the real story about it.
Who’s your favorite actor/actress?
Hrm. I think I'd watch anything with Joseph Fiennes in it. And John Cusack. I rather like Clint Eastwood as well. I guess I should have an actress on the list too. Let's pick Julia Roberts because she usually does some decent stuff.
What actor/actress do you refuse to see their movies?
I don't think that there's anyone that I'd refuse to watch on screen. I used to have a list - I wouldn't watch Jim Carrey (and then 'The Truman Show' happened). Adam Sandler (but I enjoyed '50 First Dates'). Will Ferrel (and then 'Elf' came along). I suppose if shock rocker Marilyn Manson starts doing movies I could refuse to go see those. Oh too late, he's already been in about 10 movies. And I haven't seen any single one of them, nor do I desire to. So there you go - I won't go see Marilyn Manson movies.
What genre would you choose not to watch?
Porn. Oh that's surely going to get me some hits on this blog. And slasher films for the sake of being blood and gore slasher films. They need to have a plot - a good story. I hear 'Saw' is excellent for the psych thriller aspect, but the rest of the sequels not so much (they're more blood and gore slasher - no thanks).
What’s your favorite theater concession combo?
Medium popcorn, ice cold Coke and peanut M&M's. DH is happy with gummy bears.
Front row, Back row, Side Seats, Aisle or center?
Center. Back Row. By myself at the first showing of the day with that combo I mentioned above, and my feet up on the seats in front of me. That's always been my favorite spot in the theater and always will be. I can't get away with that when I've got DH and the kids with me, although I have made the kids sit all the way in the back with me once before, and they were ok with it, but I know they prefer the screen to be bigger than life right in front of them.
So, that's me and the movies. See you tomorrow with the last post of the week.