So my sis, Tasha, kicked me off on this blanket box talking about movies, favourite ones, dreadful ones, funny ones. This is where Tasha's is. If you fancy joining in, the questions are at the bottom of Tasha's post. So, I've never done one of these before, but here we go with my answers :)...
- Your favorite movie of all time
- A movie you watch to pick you up when you feel sad
- A movie that makes you feel invincible
- Which genre of film is your favorite?
- A movie that scares you
- A movie that makes you cry
- What movie is guaranteed to make you laugh?
- Your first R-rated movie
- The first movie you remember seeing in theaters
- The most boring movie you've ever seen
- What movie have you seen that you will never watch again?
- Your favorite documentary film
- What movie did you love the most when you were a kid?
- One story you want desperately to see as a movie (can be a book, videogame, comic, etc.)
- What movie do you always recommend to friends?
- A movie series you love to marathon
- Favorite superhero movie
- Favorite movie based on a book
- Favorite animated movie
- Free space: Mention any movie you love that you haven't talked about already!
Now this is a list that just jumped into my head, so they're a bit random ;P
Grosse Pointe Blank - read Tasha's blanket box for reasons on this one.
Dead Man's Folly - Peter Ustinov as Poirot - I do like a good detective movie and this one's a guilty pleasure.
Tron - what's not to love about Bruce Boxleitner and Jeff Bridges battling an evil computer-overlord with 1982 tech.
Jurassic Park - the original, the classic.
The Awakening - obscure British 2011 horror, but I really like the premise and it's a well told story.
Wonder Woman - at last a decent DC superhero movie, and with great female characters.
Monsters Inc - oh Sully, oh Mike, oh Boo :)
The Princess Bride - inconceivable!!
Aliens (Alien may be the classic, but I prefer film number 2)
Fright Night (1980's, not remake)
Two that go hand in hand in my mind - The Dark Crystal and Labyrinth - puppets, fantasy adventure, and David Bowie :)
And finally a mixed bag of 80's classics - Breakfast Club, Mannequin, Bladerunner, Pretty in Pink, Jumpin' Jack Flash, Dreamscape.
I'll stop now....but there are bound to be movies I've missed, and I could go on, and on, and on.....
So, if you want to join in, head on over to Tasha's blog for an easy-copy set of questions.