I LARP HARD AND LARP ETERNAL
Altered Carbon - Richard Morgan
Neuromancer - William Gibson
Cryptonomicon - Neal Stephenson
The Belgariad - David Eddings
The Chronicles Trilogy - Margaret Weis and Tracy Hickman
A Song of Ice and Fire - George R. R. Martin
Soon I Will Be Invincible - Austin Grossman (it's touching, it's thought provoking, it's sometimes so poetic)
At The Mountains of Madness - H.P Lovecraft (it's often discomforting, it's deconstructive, it's torturously well-written)
The Catcher in the Rye (because nobody says "fuck you" like Holden Caulfield)
Above are three other miscellaneous novels. They are some of the best. That is not up for dispute. If you haven't read them, read them.
Training Day, starring Denzel Washington and Ethan Hawke. It's a visceral look at the potential for corruption in the ranks of those who are meant to serve and protect, and ultimately serves as a reminder that Hollywood isn't allowed to demonize police. My favorite movie, if at least half for the fairly realistic fistfights.
Once Upon A Time In America. Sergio Leone's better, more poignant version of the Godfather, set against the backdrop of an evolving nation and centering on the struggles of throwbacks to adapt to a world that has left them behind.
I like the Protomen, Star Wars The Clone Wars, Alexisonfire and grilled cheese
A modicum of freedom