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About Tom

Central Illinois
Favorite Movies:
It's a Wonderful Life, Mr. Smith Goes to Washington, Forrest Gump, Star Wars: Episode V - The Empire Strikes Back, The Blues Brothers, The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance, The Matrix, The Sandlot, The Mission, The Abyss, Joe Versus the Volcano, Mr. Holland's Opus
Favorite Actors:
James Stewart, Tom Hanks, Liam Neeson, Robert De Niro, Tommy Lee Jones, John Cusack, Jodie Foster, Katharine Hepburn, Meg Ryan, Jack Nicholson, Robin Williams, Cary Grant, John Wayne, Robert Duvall, Ed Harris, Alec Guinness, Steve McQueen, Paul Newman, Dustin Hoffman, Billy Crystal, Harrison Ford, Clint Eastwood, Denzel Washington, Ingrid Bergman, Grace Kelly, Gene Tierney, Christopher Walken, Sean Connery, Bill Murray, Jean Reno, Richard Dreyfuss, Holly Hunter, Jeff Bridges, Judi Dench, John Cleese, Kevin Spacey, Lauren Bacall, Christopher Guest, Henry Fonda, Walter Brennan
Movies are like General Tso's Chicken-- I can live without them, but I don't want to. Confucius says: "Man who live in glass house should change clothes in basement." My favorite dramas deal with: *Redemption ("The Fisher King", "The Mission") *The search for/affirmation of Significance ("Joe Versus the Volcano", "It's a Wonderful Life", "To Sir, With Love") *The Quest ("Lord of the Rings" trilogy, and again, "The Fisher King") *Bravery and Courage ("Hart's War", "Mrs. Miniver") *Compassion ("Philadelphia", "Les Miserables") and *Triumph (Rocky, The Bridge over the River Kwai, Return of the Jedi) I don't mind dark, heavy dramas, providing the door is not closed on Hope. As long as there is life, there is Hope. Tara can be rebuilt, Han Solo thawed out, even Anakin saved as long as there is Hope. The best dramas have a touch of comedy and the reciprocal is true. Bittersweet chocolate makes the best cookies. Steve Martin, Robin Williams and occasionally Jim Carrey ("The Majestic"!) are extremely gifted at achieving that balance. Even Adam Sandler seems like he is starting to get it... a little. The "Man Who Knew Too Much" is the gold standard in thrillers. Less is more. Gore doesn't do much for me (blood or the politician), because most of those movies are ridiculously laughable. If you want to freak me out, mess with my mind, don't show me entrails. The original "Salem's Lot" still creeps me out from having seen it as a kid in the 70s. Again, less is more. Period pieces are okay if they are classics that have literary value beyond melodrama ("Jane Eyre", not "Wuthering Heights") or if they are important for the historical period in which they are set ("Dr. Zhivago", "War and Peace"). I have two sentiments about science fiction/fantasy movies. First are those that I call the "serious" group. I want the premise to be somewhat believable. Secondly are the just-for-fun sci-fi's, including every

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