Favorite movie of all time?
It's so hard to pick just one movie. If I had to watch one movie endlessly, it would be Love Actually. I love all the stories and people that are intertwined. London is one of my favorite places to visit; I've travelled in and out of Heathrow many times. Arrival and departures have so many stories surrounding them, and both the opening and closing scenes of the movie represent that essence.
What movie or TV show reminds you of your childhood?
"Here's a story of a man named Brady....." The Brady Bunch. I watched that every day growing up. Being an only child, I think the Brady kids were my family.
What's your go-to genre for movie night?
Comedy. I have enough excitement and drama around me during the day. I just want to have a good laugh.
Favorite movie quote?
I think it has changed over the decades. In the 90s, it was from Risky Business: "Sometimes, you just have to say WTF." My more politically correct answer now is...
Favorite director and your favorite film of theirs?
Favorite comedy scene that made you LOL?
Most scenes from National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation. One year, my mother made us go to 26 tree lots for the perfect tree.
Scariest horror scene that gave you nightmares?
I don't do horror any more. And, when I did, I preferred classics like Attack of the Killer Tomatoes.