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« Reply #105 on: May 13, 2008, 11:58:41 AM »
$9!  Freakin prices went up!  Crazy!  :-\

I would cast Johnny as well, no doubt!  Mel Gibson, Sean Penn.  I would love to see Johnny Depp work with Night!  That would be amazing!

For girls... Jennifer Connely.  Very cute.  Franke Pettenta (spelling?) was good in the Bourne movies.

No i havent!  I should try to make make crop circles!  Great idea!  HAHA!

Who would you choose as your composer besides James Newton Howard?
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« Reply #106 on: May 13, 2008, 01:09:34 PM »
Hans Zimmer

Have you ever been evacuated from a building because there was an accident? (A fire or something, not a drill)
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« Reply #107 on: May 13, 2008, 02:05:29 PM »
I worked at an Italian restaurant 4 years ago and there was smoke coming out of the air vents and we had to evacuate the building. Turned out to be nothing really, but I got paid for standing out in the parking lot for 30 mins. It was also really cool seeing 3 firetrucks pull up at breakneck speeds to a building that ended up NOT being on fire, haha.

Have you ever gotten a ticket for a traffic violation, and what was the violation?

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« Reply #108 on: May 13, 2008, 03:46:23 PM »
Yes I did. In Holland we ride more bicycles than any other land in the world. So as you will probably know, there are laws for riding a bike.
The only one I ever violated was riding in the dark with a broken light on my bike.

There are two types of people. People who 'think', they develop idea's before starting a project or something. And people who 'do', they just start and see where it ends.
What kind are you?
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« Reply #109 on: May 13, 2008, 05:28:48 PM »
Wow I've been gone like forever.  :o Missed you guys.


Do you like amusement parks? I find them enjoyable.

Have you ever made a home movie before? No; but I'd like to.

Are you a gamer? if so, what is your game console? (Xbox, PS, PC) I used to play video games like Age of Empires all day. But now I actually haven't played a video game in about 2 years.

Do you play any strategy games-on computer, game consols, or board games?
I play board games like chess, Risk, and Stratego quite often these days.

How many e-mail addresses do you have? One.

What is the weather like right this moment where you live? Cloudy and humid.

What is the last song you listened to? "The Times They Are A-Changiun'" from the Lady in the Water soundtrack.

Do you have a checking acount?  If so, how much money is it? I don't have a checking account.

Do you like your job? Yes.

Do you wear glasses? No.

Do you collect anything? Books. I've got lots of books.

How many movies do you own. 67.

Morning person or night person?  Why? If morning, are you cranky? Neither.

How many cd's do you own? 37. Mostly film scores.

Have you ever sat through an entire Nascar race? No.

Favorite board game? Stratego.

Have you ever used a gun (in any way, practice, etc.) Yes.

What the longest amount of time where you have stayed up straight, with no sleep. I almost reached 24 hours a couple years ago when spending the night with a friend. We crashed at dawn.  ;D

What is your favorite instrument? I can't say... I've heard lots of great music, each with its own primary instrument. If I could play any one instrument though, it'd probably be the piano.

Mac or PC?
PC.

Do you keep a calendar/schedule? No.

What's your favorite car, or truck, or van? I aint into cars.  :-\ Strange for a guy these days, but I just aint.

How many languages do you speak? One; English.

Have you ever completed a screenplay before, or at least gotten close? I've never tried to write a screenplay, but it's inevitable that I someday will.

Besides M. Night Shyamalan, who is your favorite director? Brad Bird.

What is your fav. animal? I like wolves.

Do you have a secret that you don't tell anyone? Me? With a secret? Don't be ridiculous...

What is the best name for a movie? I've always thought "Unbreakable" is one of the coolest, most original titles that such a cool and original movie could have.

Do you prefer to be constantly working, or have lots of down time. Somewhere in between. I don't like being idle, but I don't like working all day either.

Do you prefer a expensive DVD with extra features, or a cheap one with just the movie? Usually I buy the "expensive" editions cheap online at places like Half.com.

Are you a church goer on Sunday's?  If so, what is the name of your church?
I go to a church called Saint David's.

Do you like the tycoon games? Not really.

What's your favorite period of world history? The Dark Ages.

Do you use post-it notes? No.

What is the temperature at your place right now? Somewhere around 75 degrees Fahrenheit.

What was the most amount of times you saw (and paid) for a movie in theaters? I've never watched and paid for a movie more than once. I don't go to the theater often.

If you were a director of a movie, who'd you cast for the lead roles? It would depend on what kind of movie I was making. But I'd really like to see Matt Damon and Mark Wahlberg together in an action flick. That'd be awesome.

Have you ever attempted to make a crop circle? No. It'd be fun to try though.

Who would you choose as your composer besides James Newton Howard? Probably Hans Zimmer, although he seems to repeat himself a lot these days.

Have you ever been evacuated from a building because there was an accident? No.

Have you ever gotten a ticket for a traffic violation, and what was the violation? I've never gotten a ticket or anything like that.

There are two types of people. People who 'think', they develop idea's before starting a project or something. And people who 'do', they just start and see where it ends. What kind are you? I'm definitely the first type.


What are some things you wish could be changed in your life?

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« Reply #110 on: May 13, 2008, 06:19:22 PM »
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What are some things you wish could be changed in your life?
There is some issues with my family lately where my uncle and aunt (and their kids) have kinda been expelled from the rest of my family. It's complicated, and stupid, and is not likely to be resolved anytime soon - if ever. If I could change anything, it would be that. I miss them.

Have you ever been fired from a job?


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« Reply #111 on: May 13, 2008, 07:39:15 PM »
Nope, I've nver been fired from a job.  If I could cast one lead it would be Hugh Jackman.  For female it would either be Anna Paquin or maybe Jennifer Connelly, then again Bryce Dallas Howard is really good.  Lifeordeath1, it's spelled Franka Potente.
Do you have a large circle of friends, or just a few really close friends?
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« Reply #112 on: May 13, 2008, 09:47:37 PM »
Just a few really close friends. I'm friendly with nearly everyone I know, but there's just a few friends I see a lot.

Now the biggy: Which did you like better; There Will Be Blood or No Country For Old Men?

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« Reply #113 on: May 13, 2008, 10:00:55 PM »
This one is an easy one, No Country for Old Men! I enjoyed There Will Be Blood, but No Country was flawless.

Have you ever not seen a movie because of an actor's personal beliefs?

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« Reply #114 on: May 14, 2008, 04:33:34 AM »
Not really, I think that everyone should be able to have his own beliefs. Though I haven't seen Apocalyptico and The Passion of the Crist because of Mel Gibsons beliefs, but I'm not boycoting him. Maybe I will see his next movie!

What was your favorite part of your life? (During high school, college, ect.)

Ps. I answered to the question 'Who would you choose as your composer besides James Newton Howard?' Hans Zimmer, I'd like to change that to Trent Reznor. He hasn't made any movie albums, but I'd deffinately use music from his band 'Nine Inch Nails'.
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« Reply #115 on: May 14, 2008, 03:47:42 PM »
My favorite part of life is High School right now, because I'm in it. 

How much physical activity do you normally do?
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« Reply #116 on: May 14, 2008, 05:37:21 PM »
I've never been fired.

I have just a few close friends, and that's the way I like it.

I haven't seen There Will Be Blood or No Country For Old Men, but I sure want to.

I've never boycotted a movie because of an actor's beliefs.

I haven't lived very long (I'm 16) but being 12 was fun.

I do a decent amount of physical activity. I mow a few yards throughout the week, and occasionally take a run.


One of the things I wish could change in my life is constantly having to find ways around the continuous irresponsibility of certain individuals who's actions have a direct impact on my day. Other peoples' incompetence keep throwing up ridiculous barriers for me that makes the ordinary tasks in life difficult and the greater goals I have almost impossible. Argh.

I hope the stuff in your family clears up soon, Dr. M Crowe. That must be tough.


Name at least three movies that resonated emotionally with you, and/or stayed on your mind for a long time because they seemed to be speaking to you.

In my case, it would be The Fountain, Gattaca, Bridge to Terabithia, and all of M Night's films in one way or another, particularly The Village and Signs.

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« Reply #117 on: May 14, 2008, 07:36:25 PM »
The Passion of the Christ and Signs.

If you had to pick one  :) to descibe your mood at this moment, which one would it be?
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« Reply #118 on: May 15, 2008, 08:49:04 AM »
Really excited about The Happening, and inspired to go work on my movie script.

Do you have a role model?
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« Reply #119 on: May 15, 2008, 10:14:31 AM »
You.   ;D

How many emails do you have in your inbox right now?
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