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Movie Character You Most Identify With
Donnie Darko, Jim Stark from Rebel Without A Cause, Tomoko Kuroki from WataMote, Theodore Twombly from Her, Shinji Ikari from Neon Genesis Evangelion (we're both broken socially and mentally that it's like I'm looking at a reflection)
Favorite Line From A Movie
"Channel the anger swelling inside you. Fighting the boundary 'till you break through. Deep in your soul there's no hesitation. So make yourself the one they all fear. There is a wild fire inside you . Burning desire you can't extinguish" Hajime Isayama
To many to list
Jackie Chan, Jim Strugess, Michelle Yeoh, Donnie Yen, Jet Li, Jennifer Lawrence, Emma Stone, Clint Eastwood, Leonardo DiCaprio, Zooey Deschannel, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Ellen Page, Charlie Chaplin, Jessica Chastain, Troy Baker
Christopher Nolan, Johnnie To, Edgar Wright, John Woo, Neill Blomkamp, Clint Eastwood, Quentin Tarantino, Guillermo del Toro, Akira Kurosawa, Charlie Chaplin
Anyone that's not me
Best Movie Seat
When I'm not watching movies, I'm...
playing video games, reading, writing, listening to music, in college
Deborah: Age can wither me, Noodles. We're both getting old. All that we have left now are our memories. If you go to that party on Saturday night, you won't have those anymore. Tear up that invitation.
Caine Lawson: My father sold dope and my mother was a heroin addict. Moms and Pops were real popular in the neighborhood. They would always be giving parties for friends of theirs who just got out of jail or was on their way to jail. They only got married 'cause I was born. My pop sometimes worked as an electrician or a cab driver or a plumber, but his main job was selling drugs. Sometimes Mom would use 'em all up before he could even sell 'em. Then he'd have to beat her up. Growing up with parents like that, I heard a lot and I saw a lot. I caught on to the criminal life real quick. Instead of keeping me out of trouble, they turned me on to it.