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The Perks of Being a Wallflower, Hamlet, Macbeth, King Lear (Yes,
all three), Empress Orchid, Their Eyes Were Watching God,
Atonement, The Bonesetter's Daughter, Crime and Punishment, Snow
Flower and the Secret Fan, Peony in Love, Expensive People, Zombie,
An American Childhood, My Sister's Keeper, Speak, Dress Your
Children in Corduroy and Denim, Naked, Me Talk Pretty One Day,
Lolita, The Body in Pain, Angels In America, Touched with Fire,
Blankets, Habibi, and SO many more. Guilty pleasures include Harry
Potter etc. Sue me.
Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, Silver Linings Playbook,
Ruby Sparks, Zombieland, Elizabeth: The Golden Age, The Girl with
The Dragon Tattoo (2011 version), Moonrise Kingdom, 21 Jump Street,
Contagion, Scott Pilgrim VS the world, Planet of the Apes, both
Star Trek reboots, The Other Boleyn Girl, Batman: The Dark Knight,
Pulp Fiction, American Beauty, Dead Poets Society, SLC Punk, Mean
Girls, Hedwig and the Angry Inch, American Psycho, Little Children,
Heavenly Creatures, Spring Breakers, Lolita, Inception, Finding
Neverland, Ghost World, Mozart and the Whale, Between The Folds,
Kill Bill, Donnie Darko, Jiro Dreams of Sushi, Chicago, /most/ of
the Harry Potter movies, anything Pixar, anything Miyazaki,
anything David Fincher, anything Tarantino, anything Wes Anderson.
I've seen a lot of good TV, but I don't care enough to list it all.
Typically, when people ask me what my favorite TV Show is, I
respond with, "The 2009 Battlestar Galactica reboot," (which is
always quickly followed up with, "but it's way better than any show
called 'Battlestar Galactica' has any right to be"). If you are a
fellow Battlestar enthusiast and want to geek out about it for
hours, we will be friends. I also really like Sherlock (also,
shhhhhhhh......Grey's Anatomy). Oh, also I just watched True
Detective for the first time, and I'm in love with it. Boardwalk
Empire is in there, as well. A friend gave me his HBO GO password
and it was the best (worst?) thing to happen to my summer.
Thai, Japanese, Greek, Italian, and anything with cheese, as cliche
as that sounds, but there are just some things we cannot live
without. Also on the list of things I could never live without:
craft beers, champaign, and gin.
Music isn't even worth trying to type out. Like.... my fingers
might break before I was done. Just ask me.