Eh, I tend to read a lot of random shit, mostly articles or
research stuff I can find online. Throw a little Historical
nonsense with a whole lot of reading random things and I know a
little about everything, and not a lot about any one thing. I also
like to read things that I can scoff at, mainly because I am happy
with my "scoffing" noise.
I generally watch a lot of espionage/thriller type movies. Then I
grumble about they didn't get something accurate. I also like to
watch a fair amount of shitty "action" movies, I think it is
because I have a Y chromosome kicking around somewhere in me.
I've recently been accidentally watching movies with the same
actors in them, with out knowing it in advance. I watched 3 films
with Walter Matthau in them, and then I watched 3 films with the
Dad from Fraiser in them.
I used to watch a lot of foreign films, but now it takes too much
motivation to actually read the film. Normally when I watch a film
I have to keep my self busy with something else, pay bills, clean
my house, make a list of people who wronged me, something
productive, and I can't do that kind of stuff while trying to read
subtitles as well.
My favourite film is Stalag 17, mainly because I love anything with
Music: I don't like modern country music, and I can't find my self
listening to a lot of mainstream rap. Other than that I listen to a
whole lot of stuff. I really like Big Band music, there are a
couple indy rock bands that I will listen to, some weird foreign
rock/electronica bands (like The Knife). My playlists are usually
all over the place, I have a Dolly Parton song, followed by a song
by CSS, followed by a song by a blue grass AC/DC cover band,
followed by the Arcade fire, makes sense to me.