I love classic films, Rear Window being my favorite, but I can
appreciate modern offerings as well, an example being Crazy Stupid
Love, which I thouroughly enjoyed.
A few others:
-The Royal Tenenbaums
-Raiders of the Lost Ark
-Star Wars (OT)
-Breakfast At Tiffany's
-Her (Just saw it, easily my favorite film of 2013. Amazing. I'm
seriously thinking about changing my username to
And the list goes on. Pretty much anything directed by Hitchcock,
Tarantino, Wes Anderson or Billy Wilder. I'm a bit of a film snob,
I guess. But I'm okay with that.
I'm all over the map when it comes to music. Everything from Sigur
Ros to Ozzy Osbourne, Led Zeppelin to The National. I go through
phases of doo-wop, soundtracks and/or obscure 1970s progressive
rock. It'd be easier to say what I don't care for all that much:
rap and most country, and there are even a few songs from those
genres that I'm able to stand. (And a few family members have been
wearing me down as far as country goes... I'm getting used to
Don't watch much TV, but I do find The Office amusing, along with
Family Guy (giggity), The Simpsons, early Entourage, and Eastbound
and Down (my favorite). I've lost track of Dexter and Breaking Bad,
but I did enjoy them while I was keeping up.
And I don't really read books much, either; I just write 'em.
UPDATE: Lately, the more I watch and study it, Pulp Fiction is
closing rapidly on Rear Window for the top spot on my fave film
list. And, for the record, I LIKE mayo on my fries. Shut up,
Food... Don't like sauerkraut, peanut brittle, mustard, baked beans
and grapefruit (though I love the smell of grapefruit, probably one
of the best-smelling things ever). Pretty much everything else is
a-okay. Except bugs.