I like A Christmas Story.
O Brother, Where Art Thou? I also like a lot, but the former comes out ahead because of nostalgia.
Gundam IBO was really emotionally investing (I have things to say about Mari Okada lol). They hinted a new series but gave us a shiddy mobile game instead. ;-;
I agree with your assessment of Pysch. I would say The Office is also like that, but it definitely went to turd levels in the final few seasons. It's great to have that show where you don't even need to watch to enjoy after seeing it so many times. You can turn it on in the background and still imagine everything happening perfectly.
Oh man it’s hard to choose just one for my favorite. If I had to pick one movie, it’d probably be Pulp Fiction. It’s the one film (besides Star Wars or LotR) where if someone told me they’ve never seen it, I’d drop everything and watch it with them. I also had a roommate in college who was an aspiring actor and was obsessed with Tarantino so we had some fun memories going through those movies. The roomie was actually an extra on House of Cards which is kind of cool too. It’s hard to beat the all-star cast in Pulp Fiction along with its unique characters and interconnecting storylines. Plus, it’s just intriguing. Even the seemingly most insignificant dialogue moments of the movie draw you in and create an allure with ordinary conversation. It has no “phone-checking” scenes and it definitely lives up to the hype as being one of the greatest movies of all time.
Well, I know that a lot of people may make fun of me for this, but here we go.
I can't decide on the T.V shows, so I will just choose two of my personal favorites.
-Parks and Recreation
Now, the movies is a hard part. If I had to choose one I would say......
Anything in the line of MCU (Marvel Cinimatic Universe) or any good 'ol horror movie.
If I had to choose one, I would say a collection of 20+ movies plus an entire genre.
Not if you can't catch me! HAHAHA. No really though, I have taught myself to type, and how to kill a human being and to enjoy spending time with humans. They do not understand how rude it is to look at each eye over and over. Just pick one! My crab tribe will enjoy taking over continuing to spread our ever-lasting bond with the humans. We just need a sacrifice. Not asking to much. Just one soul for a pass of not getting pinched for life, St Patrick's day is coming up...
I would love to see that but for some reason it says Error-Page not found. My device seems to not let me see website pictures. it does this with every picture I get. Dumb crab wifi. You'll never guess the password though...
I'm about to go to sleep and this is the last image my brain will see. Weird dreams incoming.
If I have to choose my all time favourite tv shows, they would be Impractical jokers, FRIENDS, Two and a half men(still mad at Charlie Sheen to this day), The Big Bang theory, that one with young Sheldon and of course, the walking dead series.
As for movies, I really liked ‘The Prestige’ and ‘The book thief’ is one of the very few times a novel adaptation was done properly by a director. All three parts of ‘The Hangover’ (because who doesn’t?) ‘Due date’ was awesome too. There’s definitely a lot more, but I can’t recollect them.
I completely agree with you on Impractical Jokers. They are pretty funny. Who's your favorite character? Mine would be Sal.
Q, out of all the characters he’s the guy who doesn’t care about the game and goes in without any semblance of strategy. The way he fails and his attempts at cheating are hilarious.
Yeah, Q is a really funny guy (especially the one where he got his hair cut) and I think that he is pretty bad at cheating. Murr is the kind of guy who lightens up everybody elses spirits. Joe is definitely the class-clown. One of Joe's greatest moments was when he sat on top of the golanda lift and started saying "suck it!' to random countries/states. I agree with your point though...
Oh yeah lol. That scene was hilarious.
"New York, suck it!"
"New Jersey, suck it!"
"Texas, suck it!"
"What'did ya just say, ya half-wit?"
Readies and aims rifle.
( Hypothetical “what if” scene)
I kind of feel bad for Murr though. Dude, had to shave his eyebrows lol.
I agree. His eyebrows are like Q's hair. You know its them but they will never be the same, and you will never look at them the same.
Huehuehue, hiya Will! I was obsessed with True Grit as a babe. I liked it even more than the book, I think. I wanted to be a cowboy so badly as a kiddo.
My favorite movie....I normally just say Grand Budhapest Hotel. It's so immensely charming ad funny and the way it goes about it's story is wonderful. Everything is like an intricately put together doll house. And everytime I watch it, I get a little sadder! It's like a depression cake for your eyeballs! All covered in candy colors and sweet cologne!
I also really like My Own Private Idaho, The Great Mouse Detective and the like. And Charlie And The Chocolate Factory. I like pretty things and snappy dialogue.
As for shows, I do watch a lot of the cursed content from the east. Goodness. That sounds like the Hentais. I'm not talking about the Hentais. Like Utena and stuff. But as for live action, I don't keep up with much.It's all just reruns of Malcolm in the Middle until my brain melts into the rest of my spine.
Yeah! I'm suuuuuuuuuper busy with school and work things.
I'm going through all the Wes Anderson Films, I gots to see Moonshine Kingdom still. Oh! I got an Isle Of Dogs poster on my wall. It says "Pray for Atari and Spots"
reproductive fluids? no. Mizal you are wrong. I appeared innocently enough, but then from my mouth came the words "YaLl EvEr HeArD oF K-oN???./.???" and that's when the sickness struck. In the streets and within your once safe homes, the plagues of my words swept, merciless as the bomb that wiped the homeland of it's creator. And yet, here i am, babbling. Would a god-- any god-- permit such a creature to exist? To walk freely? To act however it's creaky, child-like mind deemed fit? Surely there is no god. Or at least there is no god now....For if he did truly live, I've now killed him.
Nah, i'll probs be more active now.
Honestly, for movie I'd have to say WarGames. For TV show probably The Grand Tour.
Gotta say, I like revenge movies. Law Abiding Citizen and Gladiator are good ones. I also enjoyed Star Wars Episode 3.
As for shows, while I do occasionally partake in the animation of the eastern persuasion, I really like comedies like Robot Chicken, SNL, or Family Guy, or really good ones like Breaking Bad or Law and Order.
Gladiator is amazing. I don't think it's underrated though. It won like 5 Oscars lol. Just checked IMDB and that's the correct number. It's also in their top 50 movies of all time. Russell Crowe was the man before he got fat and old. He was badass in L.A. Confidential too. Now he looks like Tim Allen got stuck turning into Santa Claus. Also, did anything ever happen with Pirates of the Caribbean using the same music as Gladiator?
True. It's hard to appeal to short attention span adolescents without including gore or nudity. Gladiator only brings a tremendous story, character development, emotional investment, and superb acting. It doesn't stand a chance against boobs! For the same reason, I think Troy outshined it as well. Speaking of Troy, pretty sure the composer for that movie also used the same score for different movies. Guess people need to realize that reusing music intended for millions of viewers is a sure way for someone to notice.
Apparently everyone was too busy (allegedly) writing to look it up. Good for them.
I have just realized that I enjoy Revenge movies but also that Star Wars Episode 3 is "Revenge of the Sith".
I originally thought you were just trying to be funny, but now I see you don't even need to try.
1. 50 First Dates - I just loved the premise and how it also serves as a minor educational movie on the psychology of the brain.
2. Clue - For some reason, I just always loved this movie.
3. My Big Fat Greek Wedding 1/2 - these movies remind me of my family structure a lot. I always compare my family to these movies.
1. Lost - I was always a huge fan growing up
2. Desperate Housewives - I just loved the drama of the show and the characters. I feel like the themes were also ahead of their time.
3. Ugly Betty - this is my guilty pleasure show. I love America Ferrera. She's an amazing actress and I love how genuine she is on the show.
4. Superstore - This show gives me so many good laughs. I love it. I think I shop at Walmart more because of this show.
5. Parks and Rec/The Office - these two are classics to me. Absolutely love 'em.
that's not even how the song goes
Alien. Ripley is best mum.
Aliens is good too. Ripley remains best mum.