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- The harshness of reality, but the tranquility of the fantasy world has made my calling so I can dream of a better life
- Favorite Movies:
- Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope,Star Wars: Episode III - Revenge of the Sith,Star Wars: Episode V - The Empire Strikes Back,Star Wars: Episode VI - Return of the Jedi,Transformers,Jurassic Park,The Matrix,V for Vendetta,300,2001: A Space Odyssey,Star Trek,Airplane!,Independence Day,Toy Story 3,Toy Story 2,Toy Story,Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom,Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade,Raiders of the Lost Ark,E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial,Armageddon,Downfall (Der Untergang),Superman,Forrest Gump,Watchmen,Terminator 2: Judgment Day,The Terminator,Monty Python's Life of Brian,Across the Universe,Battleship Potemkin,Let the Right One In,WALL-E,The Lives of Others,Avatar,Doctor Zhivago
- Favorite Actors:
- George Lucas,Steven Spielberg,Harrison Ford,Keira Knightley,Leslie Nielsen,Will Ferrell,Jack Black,Ben Stiller,Kirsten Dunst,Kristen Stewart,Natalie Portman,Hayden Christensen,Shia LaBeouf,Ewan McGregor,Mark Hamill,Jim Carrey,Robin Williams,Adam Sandler,Jackie Chan,Michael Cera,Jon Heder,Rowan Atkinson,Jesse Eisenberg,Tim Allen,Rachel McAdams,Emma Stone,Emma Watson,Daniel Radcliffe,Will Smith,Chris Farley,Jake Lloyd,Simon Pegg,John Ritter,Chris Pine,Rupert Grint,Zack Snyder,Gerard Butler,Christopher Reeve,Arnold Schwarzenegger,Mel Gibson,Bruce Lee,Topher Grace,Wilmer Valderrama,Ashton Kutcher,Danny Masterson,David Spade,Michael Bay,James Cameron,Michael Moore,Zooey Deschanel,Emily Deschanel,Amy Adams,Isla Fisher,Tina Fey,Ellen Page,Emily Blunt,Ashley Greene,Anna Kendrick,Leighton Meester,Rachel Bilson,Amanda Seyfried,Larisa Oleynik,Hilary Duff,Kat Dennings,Anne Hathaway,Milla Jovovich,Michelle Monaghan,Camilla Belle,Martha MacIsaac,Jennifer Garner,Evan Rachel Wood,Olivia Wilde,Malin Akerman,Megan Fox,Amy Davidson,Kaley Cuoco,Rose Byrne,Tommy Lee Jones,Liam Neeson,Michael J. Fox,Jeff Goldblum,Richard Dreyfuss,Tobey Maguire,Leonardo DiCaprio,James Franco,Martin Spanjers,Robert Pattinson,Elijah Wood,Sacha Baron Cohen,John C. Reilly,Eddie Murphy,Dennis Quaid,Pierce Brosnan,Hugh Jackman,Jake Gyllenhaal,Tom Welling,Brandon Routh,Seth Green,Jim Sturgess,Josh Hutcherson,Jet Li,James Cromwell,Vincent Price,Christopher Lee,Peter Cushing,James Earl Jones,Alec Guinness,Peter Mayhew,Carrie Fisher,Sissy Spacek,Julianne Moore,Heather Graham,Melissa Joan Hart,Michelle Trachtenberg,Lindsay Lohan,Gerard Way,Billie Joe Armstrong,Chester Bennington,Linkin Park,Green Day,My Chemical Romance,John Lennon,Paul McCartney,George Harrison,Ringo Starr,Avril Lavigne,Joel Madden,Benji Madden,Mike Shinoda,Mikey Way,Ray Toro,Frank Iero,Bob Bryar,Michael Jackson,Freddie Mercury,Barry Gibb,Robin Gibb,Maurice Gibb,Travis Barker,Andy Warhol,Charles M. Schulz,Bill Clinton,Gene Simmons,Steven Tyler,Jon Bon Jovi,Billy Joe,Matt Groening,Seth MacFarlane,Bart Simpson,Serj Tankian,Sid Vicious,David Bowie,Mick Jagger,Mark McGrath,Weird Al Yankovic,Albert Einstein,Bruno Ganz,John Candy,Rick Moranis,Dave Thomas,Dom DeLuise,Danny DeVito,Bud Abbott,Lou Costello,Thomas Kretschmann,Mark Harmon,Lukas Haas,Henry Thomas,Gregory Smith,Michael Angarano,Danielle Panabaker,Nina Dobrev,Diane Kruger,Susan Dey,Kenan Thompson,Kel Mitchell,Robby Benson,Joanna 'JoJo' Levesque,Ali Lohan,Muse,Matthew Bellamy,Kurt Cobain,Danny Tamberelli,Bill Nye,Christopher Masterson,Andy Gibb,James Blunt,Joan Jett,Maryna Linchuk,Lacey Chabert,Kayla Ewell,Lynn Collins,Elizabeth Bogush,Justin Chon,Adam Gontier,Antje Traue
- <a href="http://m.maploco.com/details/b2ewzs9"><img style="border:0px;" src="http://www.maploco.com/vmap/1539369.png" alt="Locations of Site Visitors" title="Locations of Site Visitors"/></a> <a href="http://flagcounter.com/more/hEC"><img src="http://flagcounter.com/count/hEC/bg=FFFFFF/txt=000000/border=030303/columns=6/maxflags=248/viewers=0/labels=0/" alt="free counters" border="0"></a> As a movie fan, I'm going to sit down and see as many motion pictures as possible until the day I die. I'll watch everything including the slasher horror movies, romantic chick flicks for date nights, good high school comedies, bad but still good sci-fi B-movies from the '50s, anything that deals with revenge as its main theme, anything released in the '70s decade, and anything that stars current or former <i>Saturday Night Live</i> comedians. I prefer to watch movies alone, thank you very much. All I need is a sense of privacy while hoping to get positive or negative reactions of viewing them, as well as any fun film moments that I would get excited about and, when it comes to comedy movies, humorous scenes that would make me laugh at loud. But sometimes I wish to have a friend to share his or her viewing experience (and opinions, too) with me, and we'll be glad to enjoy it together. Aside from the real movie theater screen, my TV and DVD/VCR system is my main home theater center of viewing entertainment. I'd watch movies on the old VHS format, the new DVD format, and during TV broadcast hours. As of now I own more than 80 DVDs and more than 40 videotapes, not counting the blank tapes that I use for recording movies off from TV for only one viewing per film. Usually I'd shop them at sales or bargain prices, often for used DVDs at stores everywhere. My preference for the screen formats is widescreen, which uses black bars at the top and bottom to preserve the rectangular aspect ratio of 16:9, over pan-and-scan full screen with the aspect of 4:3. Watching a film in widescreen helps me get into the theatrical experience in my own home, and I can even see things more when I watch it. Plus, it features all the things seen on the format but unfortunately missed on the full screen version. I approve of special anniversary editions of films featuring new scene edits and digitally remastered soundtracks not seen and heard in the original versions. While I do approve of digitally remastering black-and-white films, I oppose of colorizing them. I feel that this process would ruin the original quality of how film history was made through primitive camera models and film reels during the first half of the 20th century. And besides, there's no freakin' way that movie fans want to see old-time silent movies in color. When it comes to foreign films I choose to watch it in its original soundtrack with English subtitles at the bottom of the screen. By dubbing in English I feel that not only the original flavor of the film is lost but it makes the new dialogue sound too silly and mistranslated from the original dialogue. Seeing my favorite actors and actresses is my #1 thing that attracts my attention regarding movies. I worship every person on <b>My Favorite Actors</b> list and want to see every filming credit that the person does, whether it has name recognition or too obscure for the mainstream audience to understand. Once I watch his or her great acting performance I always have the mood to repeatedly view it and even memorize every spoken quote. And if I ever meet one of my favorite stars, I can thank him or her for the best acting he or she has done! Watching a movie scene that would forever stay in my memories is one reason I would like to watch many of my favorite films over and over. The moment I fall in love with that moment I always remember to watch it again in the DVD's scene selection or find it on YouTube. Such moments do get reviewed and revered by fans and critics and spoofed by comedy filmmakers which contributes why magazines, TV specials, and websites mention their top film moments of all time. When they take me to places beyond real life the setting is an important element of a movie. Studio back lots and actual buildings or landscapes give me a fresh view of how the action of the story plays an important role within it. If they are recognizable enough then I would remark the familiarity of the locations that I've been there before and imagine that I was in the movies the locales were filmed at. I like to watch my own double- (or even triple-) feature marathons that I'd do on the hour by the hour - all of which happen on the same day. Doing that would help me look for similarities and differences between them, even if the separate movie titles had nothing to do with each other. Even if they're not really marathons, I also do watch similar movie titles hours apart but still watch them on the same day. Remaking film classics, cult hits, foreign movies, and old TV shows is fine for me as long as its makers are faithful to most, if not all, of its original source that may otherwise receive negative reception from its fans should they are done differently in story. I think it depends on how the storyline of the movie works when it is faithful to the original novel, whether it's textual or graphic. And in the case of select titles, I can't tell if the movie or the book is better. The best food I would like to eat while watching a movie is popcorn, and it doesn't matter if I eat it either plain or buttered. When I'm at the theater I would sit in front of the screen so I would experience the best action right in front of me. In addition, when the movie plays a powerful soundtrack and explosive sound effects in the background it's as if there is a big orchestra with all the instrumental arrangements they're playing and they make their theatrical feature very epic indeed. I hate it when there are little kids who get too noisy or people talking when the movie is playing, especially when they have cellphones or texting machines with them. Also, if the kids who are in the back of me and one of them is kicking my back seat, then it's best for me to move away and find another seat for me so I could enjoy my viewing experience in peace. When the movie concludes I always have to watch all the credits from the start to the end so I could remember whom the characters were played by, listen to the featured soundtrack music, and hope to see any outtakes or surprising bonus endings. While many Flixster users would like to share their movie viewing experiences, some talk about dreaming of becoming screenwriters or filmmakers. Others would like to enjoy their free time by attending cinema showings and expanding their DVD collections, which I do, of course. I would like to continue my life to seeing movies for entertainment, since my mind is open to many titles of appeal based on their themes when I see the familiarities in them. Movies are also like the books I read every day, so if I watch some titles repeatedly, then by remembering memorable scenes or quotes it's like I learn new things from there and keep them of reference. One last thing: Do you want to know what's my favorite movie joke? Next time you watch a pirate-themed movie with a lot of bad stuff on it, be sure to check its rating on the newspapers first. Why is that? Because it's rated ARRRRRRRRR!