All-time favorite movie?
Hard to say, there's just so many great movies out there. But just to pick one really good one, I will say Avatar. The story line is basic, but that's not what makes it such a great movie. The visuals are absolutely stunning and you are literally taken into a different world, forgetting that you are sitting on Planet Earth in your local theater. I saw Avatar in theaters five times and could not help but be in awe again and again.
I must say though, I may be biased just because this movie was created and directed by my all-time favorite director, James Cameron. His creativity and storytelling is absolutely mind-blowing in any genre he dares to step in. Titanic and Terminator (1 and 2) are other films that he's made, and they're also among my top films.
P.S. – If you didn't know, Avatar was the most expensive film ever made, estimated to cost over $400 million to produce. Titanic, which cost $200 million to produce, was also the most expensive film before that.
Which show reminds you of your childhood?
The Simpsons. This show was the show I grew up with. I remember begging my parents if I could watch the 6 PM reruns during dinnertime. Sadly, I've heard the show went a little downhill, but it will always have a special place in my heart.
Go-to genre on movie night?
I'm a fan of all movie genres, so there isn't really a go-to for me. Although, I do want to mention my go-NOT-to genre – horror. This is not due to me being afraid (I love horror films) but my girlfriend is terrified and refused to watch anything remotely scary.
Which show could you watch endlessly?
"Bears. Beets. Battlestar Galactica." If you got that reference, then you would know that The Office is one of the funniest shows ever made. It has insane rewatch value and you can laugh hard at any episode, no matter how many times you've seen it.
Favorite comedy scene that makes you LOL?
Easy. In a scene from There's Something About Mary, Ben Stiller's character is sitting in a interrogation room at a prison. He thinks he is in trouble because, in the scene prior, he picked up a hitchhiker – little did he know, the hitchhiker was actually a murderer who carried with him a bag with human remains. The hitchhiker ran off, leaving the police to believe that Ben Stiller's character killed the person in the bag.
It's hard to explain, but scene is hilarious because the entire time his character is being questioned, Ben Stiller is laughing and brushing it off like it's no big deal, until one of the policemen gets so disgusted that he starts slamming Ben Stiller's head into the table.
Scariest scene that keeps you up at night?
The Ring. Girl climbing out of the well and out of the TV. 'Nuff said.