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October 2011
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Movie Character You Most Identify With
Chuck Noland
Favorite Line From A Movie
Your days of honoring yourself will soon come to an end!
Favorite Scene From A Movie
Newspaper boy chasing Myers (John Cusack) to collect his money in BETTER OFF DEAD. "I want my two dollars!" -Omaha Beach battle in SAVING PRIVATE RYAN -Clint Eastwood paints the town red and renames it Hell in HIGH PLAINS DRIFTER -Jack Nicholson tells Shelley Duvall that he is not going to hurt her but insists on wanting to 'bash her fucking brains out' in THE SHINING
Favorite Movie
Favorite Actor
Tom Hanks
Favorite Director
Steven Spielberg
Celebrity Crush
Helen Hunt
Favorite Genre
War, historical, disaster, suspense, comedy
Favorite Critic
Roger Ebert
Best Movie Seat
at home
Favorite Movie Watching Snack
Favorite Movie Watching Drink
Fresh or Rotten

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Rating History

Mystery, Alaska
2 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes

May not be Slapshot, but it scored with me!

Piranha 3-D
Piranha 3-D (2010)
2 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes

I love the gore...and...I love the gore...that's it!

Finding Nemo
Finding Nemo (2003)
2 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes

Best Pixar creation...EVER!!!

The Towering Inferno
2 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes

Once again, no CGI used...pure sweat, blood, and tears which was pulled off by the Master of Disaster himself, Irwin Allen! A great piece of story telling that consisted of an all star cast held hostage by fire in the world's tallest skyscraper! The only thing I didn't like was the dialogue was a bit too soap opera-ish but that changed once Steve McQueen showed up!

Jaws (1975)
2 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes

No CGI back in the day...A thriller created by real sweat, blood, and tears that continually, today, scare the shit out of viewers from the water! Hollywood needs to return to the fundamentals of movie making verses quick computer composite bullshit and return to real story telling if they ever think of pulling off a stunt like this again! WARNING HOLLYWOOD!...DO NOT REMAKE! YOU WON'T TOP IT!