When I first saw an ad for this movie, I misunderstood. I thought it was about two people who kept trying to have the perfect first date, something would mess it up, and they’d try again another day. Yeah, I wasn’t paying attention at all.
It wasn’t until we arrived at the theatre that my then-boyfriend suggested 50 First Dates. I’m glad he did. It was love at first sight with this movie.
The only villain I like. He’s the only reason this option didn’t get trashed. I don’t generally like villains, but in The Avengers I was almost rooting for Loki. (Almost!)
Tom Hiddleston as a human being keeps Loki fascinating in my book. When an actor turns out to not be so great of a person, it makes it hard to still enjoy their great characters. Hiddleston is awesome. He’s respectable, a gentleman, and great at what he does.
I have to pick the entire musical contents of this movie. I dislike none of the songs, and it’s somehow not quite Christmas without listening to the music from Home Alone (even if it’s just by watching the movie).
Sure, I could have picked any number of songs from a lot of movies for their great scores (such as Spider-Man 2 for every song, or X-Men: First Class especially for “Magneto“), but I have to go with this one.
Another one that won’t sway me with a debate. Yes, each movie has its pros and cons, but overall I think this is the best movie trilogy ever made.
I generally hate sequels — most of the time they’re a huge letdown. I always give them a chance, though, because you never know which ones are going to be an exception.
Back to the Future was meant to be a stand-alone movie; however, with the way it ended, fans demanded a sequel. I think they did a brilliant job of making it work, especially by giving it a feeling of completion at the end of part three.
Just for kicks and giggles, I’m going to leave this here:
I love movies. Unless you’re new here, you know this. I can read all day, but by evening I decide it’s time to watch a movie so I can relax before bedtime.
I keep going back to my post about the 30-Day Movie Challenge and decided I wanted to do it again. I made a new post using the same questions, and had as many different answers as I could, but I wanted something new.
Here’s a fresh list. Most of the topics are compiled from various other challenges while some are my own. It guarantees that I won’t have any options that don’t particularly apply to me, or are just too hard to decide.
I’m also going to do this a bit differently. I’ll leave the list of topics here, but will also do my best to make posts about the movies I watch to suit them. (Movies I’ve already written about will be linked.) I will link my choices to the topics here once they are posted.