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Re: Interview your fellow forumers
« Reply #165 on: June 04, 2008, 06:58:29 AM »
"Hey look, the crazy extremist is back!"

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What was your earliest form of work? Lawn-mowing. And I still do it.

What is the last thing you bought? A book, 'Winterbirth' by Brian Ruckley.

What was the last song you listened to? 'Justify' by Red Jumpsuit Apparatus.

Are you wanting to see Kung Foo Panda? Not really... it might end up being very funny, but I'm not in a hurry to see it.

Is there a fruit that you just can't stand? I used to hate bananas but I recently got over that because I need more potassium.

Are you going to see Indiana Jones in theaters? I saw it on opening night, and thought it was pretty good in most respects.

Do you want to see The Dark Knight in theaters? Heck yes.

Do you have any allergies? No.

What is the last thing you recieved in the post? A box full of music and books from Amazon.com.

How often do you wear flip-flops / sandals? Nevah.

Have you ever seen any of the three main James Dean films? No.

How many movies a month do you usually watch? 4 to 8.

What is your favorite music album? My favorite film score is The Village, my favorite rock album is Citites by Anberlin. Can't decide between the two.

Do you like texting or talking over the phone better? I suck at texting. Big time. Either way I think talking to a person is much better, just because it's a lot more personal.

Do you spend like thousands of dollars on designer clothes? I don't care about designer clothing at all, honestly.

Have you ever been to a gypsy caravan? No. Sounds interesting though.

Spider-Man or Batman? Batman.

What do you like more, the old style animation movies (The Lion King, Bambi, etc.) or the new style (3D: Cars, Ice Age, etc.)? The new style. But I must say I have great appreciation for the skill put into the art of old style Disney movies.

Have you ever had a sunburn that really hurt? Yes. I once got back from a summer camp when I was 10, and hadn't put sun-screen on the whole time... some of the skin on my face eventually hardened into a thick scab and cracked. It hurt.

What is your favorite video game? I don't play video games right now.

Have you seen The Godfather? Most of it. I didn't get to finish it, but I will someday when I get the chance.

What color hair do you have?  Have you ever dyed it? My hair is a dark brown; I've never dyed it.

Have you ever read a Stephen King book? Not yet.

Have you ever got lost? I once got lost in Wal Mart when I was a tyke... Scary.

If you had one day left to live what would you do? I'd go into the woods by myself and start writing. I've always wanted to take the time to write down my thoughts, ideas, and whatnot, in a fictional form. To express myself and hopefully touch other people. So I'd do my best to accomplish that with the time I had, although it would be far less than perfect. Then I'd probably call the people I care about and tell them how they've made my life better. The few times someone has bothered to tell me why I'm significant in their life has always given me reason to go on living, so I'd try to pass that on to other people.

Are you a downloader? No.

Do you prefer pen or pencil? Pencil; the mechanical kind.

Have you ever had a meeting with someone you only knew from the internet? No, not a meeting, but I run across friends of friends whom I met on the web quite often.


What are a few keywords that sum up your life?
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« Reply #166 on: June 04, 2008, 09:47:24 AM »
Passionate.  Fun.  Loving and caring.  Movie goer.  Secret keeper.   ::)
To many words out there.

Who would you rather be for a day?  Jason Bourne or Jackie Chan?
Which one would you rather meet in a dark alley?
If you had one person on your side in a fight, which one would you pick?
 
"My biggest fear in life is to be average."
      M. Night Shyamalan

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« Reply #167 on: June 04, 2008, 12:56:15 PM »
Bourne, Bourne, Bourne.
1. I'm a huge fan of the trilogy.
2. Bourne won't attack me, I'm not his fight.
3. I'm a huge fan of the trilogy

Would you rather live in Europe or U.S.?
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« Reply #168 on: June 04, 2008, 01:05:04 PM »
Wow. Tough question there Erik.  I have been to Europe and have loved every minute of it.

UUUhhhmmm..............  gosh Im not sure.  For right now I am going to have to say the US.  But if I ever had the chance to live there I would certainly take it!

Are you a highlighter or underliner in books?
Or nothing at all?
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« Reply #169 on: June 05, 2008, 11:43:33 PM »
If I feel there's anything worth remembering in a book, I underline it.

Have you ever played with a Ouija board/do you think they actually work?

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« Reply #170 on: June 06, 2008, 10:57:22 AM »
I have never played one.  Yes, I believe they do work, but for the wrong reasons.

What is the record for seeing how many movies in a row for you?  Theater and dvd. 
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« Reply #171 on: June 06, 2008, 03:05:37 PM »
I think 3?
With a couple of friends, we saw Finding Nemo, Lord Of War and The Village in one afternoon/evening...

Are you working somewhere for no money but just for the fun?
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« Reply #172 on: June 06, 2008, 10:03:58 PM »
Nope. But I am working in a contest this weekend for the 48hr film festival.

If you had to pick an occupation, which would you pick...  a special doctor that likes to help children, or a security gurad at a university stadium?
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« Reply #173 on: June 07, 2008, 06:54:21 AM »
The guard, I'm good with children, but deffinately not a doctor.

Which forum member do you like the most?
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« Reply #174 on: June 07, 2008, 11:34:31 AM »
Hey, you could start a war with that question! - haha

I am going to play it safe and say Specter is my favorite forum member. He is the reason the site exists.

How many times do you plan on seeing The Happening in theaters?

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« Reply #175 on: June 07, 2008, 02:19:22 PM »
I've never seen a movie more than once in a theater. So I think I have to go with once. Though if I really really like it, maybe twice.
Anyway, I will probably buy on DVD on it's DVD release date.

Today I bought the Dutch edition of the Cloverfield DVD. It is supposed not to come out untill this thursday, but the shop probably made a mistake and was already selling it.
Have you ever had something like this? That you had the opertunity to buy something before the real release? (This could be by mistake like me, or on pre-selling or something)
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« Reply #176 on: June 07, 2008, 11:46:31 PM »
If I had to go with someone I would have Dr. Crow.  Hehe.   ;D

I dont think I have bought anything before it came out.   :-\

OH!  I will def. see The Happening at least twice, poss. a third if its really really good!

Do you subscribe to any movie making magazines or movie magazines?  If so what kind?
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« Reply #177 on: June 08, 2008, 10:42:27 AM »
No I don't/havn't. Though I read reviews in the paper. The few papers I read have good reviews!
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« Reply #178 on: June 10, 2008, 10:23:56 AM »
Haven't posted on here in a while, so here's my catch up.

What is your favorite music album? Incredibly hard, it's either The Village or Lady In The Water.

Do you like texting or talking over the phone better? I don't even own a cell-phone, so I guess it would be talking over the phone.

Do you spend like thousands of dollars on designer clothes? No.

Have you ever been to a gypsy caravan? No.

Spider-Man or Batman? Batman.

What do you like more, the old style animation movies (The Lion King, Bambi, etc.) or the new style (3D: Cars, Ice Age, etc.)? The new style.

Have you ever had a sunburn that really hurt? Yes.

What is your favorite video game? Call of Duty (all of them).

Have you seen The Godfather? No.

What color hair do you have?  Have you ever dyed it? My hair is a dark brown and no I've never dyed it.

Have you ever read a Stephen King book? No.

Have you ever got lost? Not that I remember.

If you had one day left to live what would you do? I'd read my Bible, listen to my favorite soundtracks, and just spend time with my family and friends.  Let them know how much I love them.

Are you a downloader? No.

Do you prefer pen or pencil? Pen.

Have you ever had a meeting with someone you only knew from the internet? No.


What are a few keywords that sum up your life? Hardheaded, a Christian, love music and film, hopefully a good friend and brother, passionate about what I love.

I would rather be Jason Bourne and I would rather meet him in a dark alley, because if he was after me he would kill me quick, and I would rather have Jason Bourne by my side.

I would rather live in the United States.

I don't highlight or underline in my books.

No I have never played with an Ouija board, but I do think they work, though not for good.

I watched all three X-Men straight.

I am not working for anybody just for the fun of it. 

I would pick a security gurad at a stadium, just because I like superheros.

I will also say Specter, for the same reasons as Dr Malcom Crowe.

I will probably see The Happening in theaters at least 3 times, probably more like 5 though.

No I have never accidentally bought anything before it's release date.

No, I don't subscribe to any moviemaking magazine, or movie magazines.

Here's my question.  Do you like The Happening soundtrack?

I see the world Lucius Hunt, just not the way you see it.


Ivy Walker to Lucius Hunt in The Village

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« Reply #179 on: June 10, 2008, 11:17:12 AM »
I will when I go buy and open it after I have seen the movie!   ;D  HEHE!

Does Hellboy II look good to you?  Have you seen Hellboy 1?  Did you enjoy it?
"My biggest fear in life is to be average."
      M. Night Shyamalan