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DramaQueenV
V T 3 years ago

edward norton, awesome in hulk

DramaQueenV
V T 4 years ago

hey!
you would have a stark background. hahahahah
love it.

pbbbj
diana zhang 6 years ago

LOVE TEST! TOTALLY TRY IT!!!!!!
THIS IS NO JOKE IT WORKS FROM EXPERIANCE!

Which One Are You?
This is the ultimate test!! Grsb a pen and paper and number it 1-10!! ADD ALL YOUR FRIENDS!!!
1. Pick one of the following colors
>red
>pink
>yellow
>green
>blue
>purple
2. Pick your favorite animal out of the following
>cat
>dog
>fish
>snake
>parrot
>mouse
3. Pick your desired honeymoon spot
>Hawaii
>New york
>East Africa
>Spain
>Montanna
4. Pick your favorite instrument
>violin
>piano
>electric guitar
>drums
5. Pick your favprite soft drink
>Dr.Pepper
>sprite
>coca cola
>Mountain Dew
>pepsi
6. Name a person of the oppisite sex
7. Name a person of the same sex
8. the time NOW
9. your age
10. you DO NOT have to wirte this down.....but make a wish and scroll doown....

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HERE ARE THE ANSWERS!!!!
1.
RED-adventurous
YELLOW-sweet
PINK-sexy
GREEN-wacky
BLUE-romantic
PURPLE-myterious
2.
CAT-feminine
DOG-loving
SNAKE-boyish
FISH-boring
PARROT-annoying
MOUSE-brainy
3.
HAWAII-romantic
NEW YORK-busy
EAST AFRICA-curious
SPAIN-mysterious
MONTANA-country girl/boy
4.
VIOLIN-intellectual
PIANO-popular
ELECTRIC GURITAR-wacky
DRUMS-wild
5.
DR.PEPPER-popular
SPRITE-wacky
COCA COLA-wild
MOUTAIN DEW-athletic
PEPSI-fun

6.That person will have a crush on you AFTER you send it!!

7.That person (who im guessing is a good friend!) will become an enemy if you DON'T send this!

8.How long you have to send this!

EX: 5:15 (5 hours 15 Min.

9.How many peeps you have to send this to!

10.That will come true if you do #9 in the amount of time #8 says!!

(EX: 15 people time 5:17..

About Alex

Hometown:
Canada (eh)
Favorite Movies:
Pride and Prejudice, Help!, The Freshman, Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope, The Italian Job, Marie Antoinette, Babes in Toyland, In the Army Now, Lost In Translation, Hans Christian Andersen, The Adventures of Milo and Otis, National Velvet, Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace, Star Wars: Episode II - Attack of the Clones 3D, Star Wars: Episode V - The Empire Strikes Back, Star Wars: Episode VI - Return of the Jedi, The Italian Job, Wild Hearts Can't Be Broken, The Sandlot, The Red Shoes, Breakfast at Tiffany's, What a Girl Wants, A Knight's Tale, Rush Hour 2, Goal! The Dream Begins (Goal!: The Impossible Dream), The Hunt for Red October, High Noon, Jason and the Argonauts, The Brothers Bloom, The Mark of Zorro, Toy Story 3, The Russians Are Coming, the Russians Are Coming, Inception
Favorite Actors:
Audrey Hepburn, Cary Grant, George Lucas, Sofia Coppola, Amy Adams, Don Cheadle, Scarlett Johansson, James Stewart, Shia LaBeouf, Groucho Marx, Jon Hamm, Sydney Pollack, Alfred Hitchcock, Nick Park, James Dean, Chico Marx, Harpo Marx, Natalie Portman, George Clooney, Tom Hanks, Colin Firth, Danny Kaye, Yannick Bisson
Bio:
Watching movies is a major hobby of mine, thus I take movies rather seriously. I enjoy watching a wide range of films, though if it's got lots of violence, sex scenes, language, or crude humour it will get passed over. What I believe makes a good movie: an engaging storyline, decent acting, confident directing, and a coherent script. A work on movie sequels - they're simply a money-making ploy. Unless it's a continuation of a story, then it's just the same thing all over again. A common blunder with seguels is trying to "outdo" the first film. Because of this mistaken idea, so many unnecessary (dare I say misguided?) things are added to a sequel which do nothing more than degrade it. To make a good sequel to any movie, imgination and effort are needed! ~Alex

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Behemoth, the Sea Monster

Behemoth, the Sea Monster

(1959)
2 months ago via Flixster

This is your stock, English-style, late-50s, science-fiction movie. Nevertheless I find it interesting that it's the mature scientists who are the heroes of these movies.

The In-Laws

The In-Laws

(1979)
2 years ago via Flixster

Very funny! Peter Falk and Alan Arkin make a good team.

The Man Who Came to Dinner

The Man Who Came to Dinner

(1942)
2 years ago via Flixster

Funny, sweet movie! Only Bette Davis and Maggie Cutler could put up with someone as cantankerous as Sheridan Whiteside!

The Adjustment Bureau

The Adjustment Bureau

(2011)
2 years ago via Flixster

I wasn't really sure what this movie was about before I watched it; Matt Damon vs John Slattery & men in suits was enough to get me hooked. The story unfolds into something much more dramatic and funny than that. I recommend this one for sure!

Source Code

Source Code

(2011)
2 years ago via Flixster

This movie starts out confusing. It's supposed to feel that way. Captain Colter Stevens can surely attest to that. But as the plot rolls along everything gets explained in greater and greater detail. It's a gripping story with an ending that will probably leave your mind boggled.

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