Yes, yes, and yes!
Greek, Asian, Pakistani, Italian, Southern US, French, German,
YUM!! (In no particular order.)
How can you possibly choose? I don't get the idea of "favorite."
It's all wonderful; it's all amazing.
Books are a curse. I have linear yards of bookshelves. I have
hundreds of pounds of books, in spite of my constant efforts to
give them away, sell them, and not hoard them. Still, some are too
beautiful to part with. They are almost all non-fiction. There are
tons of science, technology, business and marketing books. There
are lots of short stories, some philosophy, psychology, humor and
biography, and a bunch of classic science fiction.
I attend the occasional underground party and I often volunteer at
Burning Man-type affairs, so I hear a lot of house music. I like
almost everything except stuff where people are talking (Hip-Hop,
Opera and William Shatner). Rarely, I compose on keyboards.
I don't analyze movies, dissect the story arc, watch for
foreshadowing. I jump into them and swim around and let the current
take me where it may. I love the classics, great Sci-Fi, "chick
flicks", animation. I don't care much for Kung-Fu, gore, cheap
horror, or sports.
To name any is to do many others an injustice, but I know you want
a list so let me mention just a couple: "Dr. Strangelove,"
"Hudsucker Proxy," "Harold and Maude," "Juno," "Waking Life,"
"Forbidden Planet," "Avatar." I know I'm inviting ridicule from my
highbrow friends, but I also liked "Titanic" and "Empire of the
Sun" and "Bolt."