All-time favorite movie?
The Goonies. It simply never gets old. Loved it growing up and it is still just as good today as it ever way. A kids wildest fantasies come to live. Looking for pirate treasure while running from gangsters.
What movie or show reminds you of your childhood?
Roseanne. They were a blue-collar family just trying to make ends meet. Everyone argued about things, but they all had each others' backs. Even the kids had to be quick and funny to keep pace with everyone else always joking around.
Go-to genre on movie night?
'80s movies. While many of them would go on to have sequels later, these movies were made with the idea of them having one shot to get it right. No one was worried about making a trilogy or entire universe.
What movie could you watch endlessly?
WKRP in Cincinnati: "As God is my witness, I thought turkeys could fly."
Favorite movie quote?
I'm a huge fan of comic books and superhero movies. Alfred has all the best lines in Christopher Nolan's Batman films, but that line from The Dark Knight Rises jumped out at me the most upon hearing it for the first time. Made me think about how so many people try to argue an opinion because they want it to be fact. People should just take a step back now and then before reacting online or talking in soundbites.
The Coen Brothers. My favorite film of theirs? This is a really tough call. They made Fargo, The Big Lebowski, and Raising Arizona, but my favorite Coen Brothers movie has to be O Brother, Where Art Thou? It's an extremely quotable movie that, I think, gets better each time you watch it.
Comedy scene that makes you LOL?
Action scene that gets your adrenaline pumping?
Three O'Clock High, an '80s comedy that builds up to one after-school fight. It's a fantastic movie that many people have never seen. By the the time three o'clock rolls around, you are on the edge of your seat.