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Authors: Norman Mailer, Ernest Hemingway, Joseph Conrad, Graham
Greene, Junot Diaz, Dan Simmons, Flannery O'Connor, Charles
Bukowski, Elizabeth Stroud, Anne Fadiman, Sloane Crosley, Chuck
Klosterman, William Styron, Nikolai Gogol
Movies: Rosemary's Baby, Hannah And Her Sisters, Wet Hot American
Summer, Wanderlust, Doctor Zhivago, The Artist, City Lights, Army
of Shadows, In the Mood for Love, The Silence of the Lambs, Hot
Rod, Cries and Whispers, Chinatown, The Godfather, In Bruges, Brief
Encounter, Fargo, My Neighbor Totoro, Bringing Up Baby, Fantastic
Mr. Fox, Michael Clayton, I love LONG movies
Shows: It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia, Workaholics, Homeland,
The Good Wife, Boardwalk Empire, Parks and Recreation, Key and
Peele, Eastbound & Down, Peep Show, Spaced, Girls, MI:5, Law
& Order: SVU, The New Girl, True Detective, Girls, Trophy Wife,
Brooklyn 99, Broad City
Music: anything and everything
Food: Vietnamese, sushi, I'm a sucker for a great pizza, Thai,
anything that came from the ocean, mangos, walnuts, greek
Opinions: I think Nabokov probably woke up in cold sweats knowing
he'd never be as good as Gogol or Tolsty. I love little moments in
film where you can tell an actor is going to win an Oscar someday.
Like the scene in Cold Mountain with Natalie Portman. Or Jessica
Chastain in Tree of Life. I love both musicians, but if I had to
choose one, I'd pick Prince over Michael Jackson every time...no
contest. I can't imagine a world in which Kurt Cobain lived past
the mid-90s. I think drugs destroyed Mitch Hedburg; he could have
been way funnier if he wasn't stoned all the time. No show should
ever last longer than 6 seasons. If Homicide was on now, it'd be
every bit as popular and acclaimed as The Wire or Breaking Bad.
After reading the first 180 pages of The Great Gatsby, I'm
convinced that someone other than Scott Fitzgerald wrote those
gorgeous final 25-30 pages.