This has been around a little while and I've pretty much ignored it until Custard tagged me and then followed it up with a comment about tagging me. Nice one Custard.
Without further ado The Questions:
Movie you love with a passion
I often feel I have no passion left but that's nonsense, there's just so little being created that can awaken the sleeping beast inside me. I'm not really sure how I can define this question.
Movie you vow never to watch
There's so many! How about the most recent addition?
Anything that involves Justin BieberMovie that literally left you speechless
Speechless? Really? Seems a little extreme. I never really disengage the brain when watching films. I'm always dissecting. How about breathless? Or edge of your seat tension?
Movie you always recommend
These questions are mostly hard because you have to make decisions, there's always more than one answer here! This film blew me away on first viewing and it never fails to disappoint on repeat viewings. I never get a bad response from those I've forced it upon either. Full review and more screenshots here.
Actor you always watch no matter how crappy the movie
I even gave Just Friends a shot!
Actor you don't get the appeal for
Recently I posted a discussion on the failure to make Angelina Jolie seem worthwhile and yet the outcome was that I can see the appeal when she makes the right choices. Who else is there?
Actor living or dead you'd love to meet
I'm really not someone who places great stock in meeting celebrities so this would have to be somebody who seems like a normal person you might be able to have a chat with. From everything I've seen and read these two seem like great people who happened to be actors.
Sexiest actor you've seen
There's a reason they invented the phrase "he's no George Clooney."
Let's do this another way. I made a film once. It was my graduation piece for university. I wrote it and then directed it.
If I'd had a choice the four roles would've been played by
Favourite actor pairing
This is tough! Hugh and Sandra maybe? Michael Cera and Ellen Page? Will Smith and Martin Lawrence?
Favourite movie setting
I do love London in Eastern Promises but my favourite has to be
Andy's RoomFavourite decade for movies
The height of film noir has to win for me, the 1940's.
Chick-flick or action movie
The lines may have blurred in recent times, rom-coms with explosions, assassins with a heart of gold but
The hero? Arnie saves the day? John Cusack gets the girl? The villain? Christopher Eccleston gets to crush Nic Cage? The anti-hero? Every noir detective to a certain degree?
The really great characters in the really great movies can be all of themBlack & white or colour?
B/W encouraged a lot more creativity than colour, the cinematographers were much more skilled.
There you have it, who hasn't done this yet? Tag yourself and have a go. It's harder than you might think.