Any movie, book, or tv show that is primarily focused on developing
already deeply developed characters is likely going to win me over.
Sacrificing that in the name of a fast storyline or a low neckline
may be good for cheap thrills (which I have nothing against), but
is rarely going to make any of my lists.
Not a huge fiction reader to be honest, but - The Princess Bride,
Chronicles of Narnia, A Wrinkle in Time, Harry Potter, Brave New
World, Count of Monte Cristo, Catcher In The Rye
Movies - Four Faced Liar, Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind,
The Princess Bride, Braveheart, Fight Club, Sin City, Amelie,
Office Space, EuroTrip, Pan's Labyrinth, considering adding Black
TV - How I Met Your Mother, Frasier, Scrubs, Better Off Ted,
Battlestar Gallactica, The Big Bang Theory
Music - Elliott Smith, Rise Against, Breaking Benjamin, Queen,
Chopin, Grieg, Joshua Radin, Math and Physics Club, Ratatat, The
Food - Mexican, Indian, Sushi, Hothead Burritos, Stir fry,
raspberries, mangoes, all sorts of other fruit, and potato chips no
more! They were my guilty pleasure food.
I just read that they did an experiment where people were led to
believe that they threw up one of their favorite foods as a child.
It caused them to have much less of a desire for all kinds of
sweets and other foods that were bad for you. The one food it
didn't work on? Potato chips.
I've been a vegetarian for two years now, and it's a very important
part of my life, but also a very personal decision. All my friends
eat meat, and we seem to get along ok. There may be some
good-natured ribbing...about ribs. In case you were wondering...I
get my protein from your face!