1. Movie you love with a passion.
I think it has to be The Godfather. That movie has everything in it--action, drama, romance, suspense, mystery ("It was Barzini all along ..."). That is, in my humble opinion, a gold standard movie.
2. Movie you vow to never watch.
Twilight, or any of its asinine sequels. Reading the books was quite enough ;-)
3. Movie that literally left you speechless.
Wayne's World. It was so bad that I literally walked out of the movie theater ... and rendered me speechless, which is kind of hard to do. I have a really juvenile sense of humor, and it seemed like a give that I'd like it, but it was stupid that I just couldn't handle it.
4. Movie you always recommend.
Okay, I always recommend this movie because it epitomizes pure '80s cheesiness but isn't necessarily what I refer to as "The '80s Canon" (Breakfast Club, Sixteen Candles, Pretty in Pink, Fast Times at Ridgemont High, and so on). It falls into the "so bad it's good" category with its Velveeta goodness ... yup, for anyone that's known me for awhile (especially in my childhood), let's get your hands up for The Legend of Billie Jean. Fair is fair!
5. Actor/actress you always watch, no matter how crappy the movie.
It should go without saying that it's Johnny Depp. And any other certain bloggers that think that they own the Depp patent ... I'll fight you for him ;-)
6. Actor/actress you don’t get the appeal for.
Tom Cruise (and I was saying that before he was bouncing on couches and partaking in odd religious circumstances).
7. Actor/actress, living or dead, you’d love to meet.
Sean Penn. Definitely a bit out there, but a fascinating guy.
8. Sexiest actor/actress you’ve seen. (Picture required!)
I'm backing off the Depp thing here (I hate being predictable), so here's a pic of Rob Lowe from The Outsiders. I would so hit that!
9. Dream cast.
Gosh, I don't know ... there are so many variables involved ...
10. Favorite actor pairing.
DeNiro and Pacino. Obvs.
11. Favorite movie setting.
I'm going with Harry Potter here. The books created the magical mysteries of Hogwarts, but the movies brought it to life. Those shifting staircases, the castle, the Quidditch field ... very cool :-)
12. Favorite decade for movies.
There was no decade quite like the '80s :-)
13. Chick flick or action movie?
It depends. Some action movies (Gone in 60 Seconds jumps to mind) are just so stupid that you walk out feeling like you wasted two hours of your life. Same with chick flicks. There are a lot of good ones in both categories, though, so I sort of judge on a case-by-case basis.
14. Hero, villain or anti-hero?
I tend to be a little complex ... I always loved Severus Snape even before he was ... well, you know, the hero. And I adored Marlon Brando (and Robert DeNiro, too, now that I think about it) as Vito Corleone, even when he was causing death and pain and dismembered horses and such. I don't like my heroes to be too heroic, if that makes any sense ...
15. Black and white or color?
There is nothing quite like the moment that Dorothy steps out of her Kansas house from her black and white midwest world into the glorious colors of Oz.