Books - well, anything by Terry Pratchett will be read within the
shortest of time, then there's the few books by Hugh Laurie, most
of the books on medical and psychological treatment subjects, and
the standard bag of men's interest books (wine, women, and...er not
Movies: I know I'm going to love The Dark Knight and Ironman (so ok
I'm addicted to comics gone movies), PS I Love You, Kiss Kiss Bang
Bang, Charlie Wilson's War, Knight of Honor, Men of Honor,
Revolver, 6th Sense... but what I'm really into is Eureka, Psych,
Grey's Anatomy, Private Practice, Dr. House, Eli Stone...you notice
I spend no time in front of the TV, right?
Concerning music, I couldn't really say I absolutely love this or
that band or music direction - I think there are good songs all
over the place, and it usually depends on my mood whether I'll find
the same particular song good or bad. What IS important to me is
making a distinction between whether someone can hit and keep a
note (which is the least you can expect if someone wants to barrage
your ears with sound) and someone actually being able to SING.
Anyway, I would call my music taste borderline. Somewhere between
melancholic and brooding but somehow upbeat and optimistic. I know
- makes complete sense.