Because I want to believe that it is possible for a man to be a president and
follow his campaign promises and his personal ideals without having to play the Washington
But then the movies are fantasy, right?
2. Movie you vow to never watch.
actually tried watching this movie and it was so violent that I turned it off.
(You also won't find me watching any movie like Snakes on a Plane or
other "creature features"!)
3. Movie that literally left you speechless.
was a movie recommended to us in China and I rented it when we got home. You have to
see it to understand why I was so taken with it.
4. Movie you always recommend.
like recommending The Frisco Kid because it's not a well known movie, but such a
fun one. Harrison Ford before anybody knew who he was going to be, an Gene Wilder is
5. Actor/actress you always watch, no matter how
crappy the movie.
I haven't seen a lot of Whoopie Goldberg
movies, but don't remember seeing a bad one, and reading that she is in the cast will make
me stop and look at it.
6. Actor/actress you dont get the appeal for.
Is Paris Hilton considered an actress? And has she replaced Chihuahuas
with kittens now?
7. Actor/actress, living or dead, youd love to
I'm terrible about meeting celebrities in person. I get all
tongue tied nd make a fool of myself. I figure with Williams, you could just stand
back and watch and wouldn't have to know what to say.
8. Sexiest actor/actress youve seen.
can't beat Cary Grant for suave sophistication, that little touch of mischief in his eyes,
and his ability to sweep a girl off her feet.
9. Dream cast.
The original Oceans
Eleven, with all the Rat Pack at their peak. Great movie. The George
Clooney version was fun, but you can't beat Frank, Dean and Sammy and their buddies.
10. Favorite actor pairing.
and Hepburn. There have been lots of fun pairings, but these two were the best.
11. Favorite movie setting.
San Francisco, because it's a beautiful city, it's my home town, and I like
picturing what is around the action going on on camera.
12. Favorite decade for movies.
The 50s. I was always a sucker for the sappy romantic comedy.
13. Chick flick or action movie?
Chick flick, but not too chick flicky. I like there to be some
substance to it. Like An Affair to Remember
14. Hero, villain or anti-hero?
Anti hero. Heroes are too full of themselves. I think anti-heroes are
15. Black and white or color?
Depends on the movie. I hate colorization, but you can't beat
something done in rich technicolor. Still, if anybody tried to colorize movies like The
Third Man, or Casablanca he should be shot on the spot!