I think a worthy life turns on creativity, curiosity, and compassion. I also like trees, Kant, Post-Impressionism, The Clash, antique books, Charles Baudelaire, and seriousness of purpose. I detest Andy Warhol, libertarians, lemon meringue pie, late Heidegger, and smallness of soul. I try to be a vegetarian, with mixed results. I also try to be both agnostic and generous, and in these areas think that I consistently succeed. I believe that "I, Claudius," "Upstairs, Downstairs," and "Arrested Development" were among the finest things ever put on television (though I no longer own one). I additionally believe that good Roquefort is the king of cheeses.
This is my creed.
So many movies that this is an equally silly question. I like everything from "Big Trouble in Little China" to Fritz Lang.
Music? Mostly classical, though somewhere along the line I seem to have developed an embarrassing affection for 80s music. Odd, considering how little I cared for the 80s when they were going on around me. I also really like jazz, Ska, and British punk.
Food? French, although it's not exactly long on vegetarian fare.
Really, have these people no sense of discretion?