Dawn reviewed her first film, "Chitty Chitty Bang Bang," at age 9, pronouncing it "not without charm, but such a deviation from the book that only hardcore Dick Van Dyke lovers will succumb to it's treacly charms." She has continued to take a similarly jaundiced view of popular movies ever since. Her hobbies include cooking and eating food, collecting disturbing toys, and mocking others. Her husband is very understanding of her quirks, but her cat is not. The dog is oblivious. Dawn's favorite holiday is Halloween (it's also her wedding anniversary) and she's fond of the scent of lavender. Her lucky number is five.
Despite my sardonic nature, my favorites are far too numerous to list. First to come to mind are "Chinatown," "A Fish Called Wanda," the original "Cape Fear," "Taxi Driver," and the Evil Dead films. I also have an inexplicable, perverse love for the movie "Tombstone."
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