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December 11th, 2006


drapette
07:00 pm - Hey there.
I'm not sure anyone's actually here anymore, but I figured I'd fill this out anyway.

Top 3 directors:
1. Woody Allen
2. Nicole Holofcener
3. The Coen Brothers

Top 3 attractive actors:
1. Johnny Depp
2. Leonardo DiCaprio
3. Adrien BrodyJoaquin Phoenix

Top 3 attractive actresses:
1. Kate Winslet
2. Sanaa Lathan
3. Gong Li

Top 30 movies in no particular order:
1. Annie Hall
2. Grease
3. Mystery Men
4. Clerks II
5. Rashomon
6. Sin City
7. Brick
8. Cry-Baby
9. Sunset Boulevard
10. Fight Club
11. The Departed
12. Taxi Driver
13. GoodFellas
14. Heathers
15. Quills
16. Nashville
17. Crash
18. The Big Lebowski
19. The Holiday
20. Chicago
21. West Side Story
22. Newsies
23. 28 Days Later
24. Hairspray
25. Titanic
26. Little Miss Sunshine
27. The 40-Year-Old Virgin
28. Walking and Talking
29. Lovely and Amazing
30. Reefer Madness: The Musical

Top 3 films most recently seen in cinemas:
1. The Nativity Story
2. The Holiday
3. Borat

Top 5 most anticipated movies:
1. The Hairspray remake
2. Dreamgirls
3. An American Crime
4. The Bell Jar (assuming it happens)
5. Sin City 2

Top 3 crappiest movies you've ever seen:
1. Red Dawn
2. Batteries Not Included
3. Grandma's Boy

Top 5 scenes from any movies:
1. Elias explaining to Randal why he and his girlfriend haven't had sex in "Clerks II."
2. Any musical number from "Newsies."
3. The dance at the gym in "West Side Story."
4. The last scene on the football field between Brendan and Laura in "Brick."
5. The Cell Block Tango in "Chicago."

The movie(s) that made you laugh the most:
Clerks II, The 40-Year-Old Virgin

The movie(s) that made you cry the most (if you cry in movies):
Camp

The movie(s) that made you feel the best at the end:
The 40-Year-Old Virgin

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July 31st, 2005


bigbadchrisb
03:48 am - Mid-2005 Survey
Hello!

Thank you to everyone that has joined over the last month or so. I've been absent on LiveJournal for a while, so I haven't done much with anything. However, I suppose I should put up a post every now and then, just to justify paying for an account...

Anyway, seeing as we're past the halfway point of 2005, a mid-2005 movie survey is due. Enjoy!

MID-2005 MOVIE SURVEY! YAY!

1. Before Fantastic Four broke the streak, box office grosses were building up an admirable track record of underperforming from 2004. During the year, did you find yourself going to the movies more/less/about the same from previous years?

2. Why do you think the box office has been underperforming?

3. What are your three favorite movies from this year? (NOTE: Films from previous years that went into wide American release this year [such as Crash or Kung Fu Hustle] may be considered.)

4. What do you think is/are the worst movie(s) from this year?

5. Which movie(s) from this year are you looking foward to seeing? (That applies to films that have already been released, not upcoming movies.)

6. Which upcoming movies are you looking forward to?

7. Which performances from films released during the year have stood out the most for you?

8. Have you seen any of the big summer blockbusters? If so, did they stand up to the hype? (Examples include: Star Wars Episode III, Batman Begins, Mr. & Mrs. Smith, Charlie & The Chocolate Factory, War of the Worlds, etc.)

9. Did you dread seeing any movies from the year, only to have them turn out to be better than you expected?

10. On the whole, would you say that 2005 has been a good year for movies?
Current Mood: calmcalm

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July 28th, 2005


elysiumbound
03:55 pm - stumbled across this comm.
Top 3 directors:
1. Gus Van Sant
2. Tim Burton
3. Hayao Miyazaki

Top 3 attractive actors:
1. Johnny Depp
2. Vince Vaughn
3. Adrien Brody

Top 3 attractive actresses:
1. Angelina Jolie
2. Sarah Polley
3. Charlize Theron

Top 30 movies in no particular order:
1. Princess Mononoke
2. Wicker Park
3. My Life Without Me
4. Shawshank Redemption
5. Edward Scissorhands
6. Mallrats
7. Fear & Loathing in Las Vegas
8. Cry Baby
9. Clerks
10. Breakfast Club
11. Freeway
12. Love Liza
13. Dream for an Insomniac
14. Chasing Amy
15. Great Expectations
16. Fight Club
17. Blow
18. Night at the Roxbury
19. The Usual Suspects
20. When Mars Attacks
21. Monsters, Inc.
22. Kiss of the Dragon
23. Dead Man
24. Ghost World
25. What's Eating Gilbert Grape?
26. The Jacket
27. Go
28. Kill Bill V.1 & V.2
29. Point of No Return
30. The Crow

Top 3 films most recently seen in cinemas:
1. War of the Worlds
2. Madagascar
3. The Devil's Rejects

Top 5 most anticipated movies:
1. The Corpse Bride
2. House of D
3. Superman Returns
4. Batman Begins
5. Serenity

Top 3 crappiest movies you've ever seen:
1. The Smokers
2. Ladder 49
3. The Day After Tomorrow

Top 5 scenes from any movies:
1. Great Expectations :: The scene where he's sitting down and she's standing up and his hand is between her thighs... oh yeah, I love that scene.
2. Princess Mononoke :: Can I just say the whole movie?
3. The Crow :: The scene where he's sitting in the chair, getting ready to avenge their murders. Or the scene where he goes into the house of the murders and they all shoot him while he's on the table. But he died in that scene, didn't he? :(
4. Chasing Amy :: The scene in the rain, of course.
5. Freeway :: The scene where her stepfather tries to make a pass at her and she totally flips on him, beating him in the head and stuff. hahaha. It's great.

The movie(s) that made you laugh the most:
Freeway, Clerks, Night at the Roxbury

The movie(s) that made you cry the most (if you cry in movies):
My Life Without Me

The movie(s) that made you feel the best at the end:
Shawshank Redemption

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June 17th, 2005


bigbadchrisb
07:48 pm - First Survey!
I put this on my own LJ a while back, but I'm too tired and lazy to think of a new one for right now, so here y'all go. (I did change some answers, though.)

I'll be putting my own surveys in a template so that anyone who wants to use them can just cut and paste without having to delete answers. I'll answer them below.

Feel free to answer in a comment here.

Top 3 directors:
Top 3 attractive actors:
Top 3 attractive actresses:
Top 30 movies in no particular order:
Top 3 films most recently seen in cinemas:
Top 5 most anticipated movies:
Top 3 crappiest movies you've ever seen:
Top 5 scenes from any movies:
The movie(s) that made you laugh the most:
The movie(s) that made you cry the most (if you cry in movies):
The movie(s) that made you feel the best at the end:

Top 3 directors:

Steven Spielberg
Quentin Tarantino
Clint Eastwood

Top 3 attractive actors:

Crispin Glover
Keifer Sutherland
Johnny Depp

Top 3 attractive actresses:

Natalie Portman
Zooey Deschanel
Keira Knightley

Top 30 movies in no particular order:

Oh you had to ask... By the way, I'll probably remember more later on, but for now, here's thirty movies I've loved at different stages of my life.

Forrest Gump, Dawn of the Dead (original), Sin City, Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, Lost in Translation, All Dogs Go To Heaven, Kill Bill Volume 1, Kill Bill Volume 2, Annie Hall, Airplane!, The Naked Gun, Kentucky Fried Movie, Terminator 2: Judgment Day, Beetlejuice, Last House on the Left, Casablanca, Almost Famous, Willy Wonka & The Chocolate Factory, Addams Family Values, Back to the Future, The Hidden, The Empire Strikes Back, Adaptation, The Crow, Pulp Fiction, American Beauty, Silent Movie, A Nightmare on Elm Street, Magnolia and Titanic (fuck off).

Last 3 films most recently seen in cinemas:

1. Crash
2. Unleashed
3. Kingdom of Heaven

Top 5 most anticipated movies:

1. Star Wars
2. Batman Begins
3. Mr. And Mrs. Smith
4. The Devil's Rejects
5. Herbie: Fully Loaded

(Yeah, I know the first three are out, but I'm anticipating seeing them...)

Top 3 crappiest movies you've ever seen:

1. It's Pat: The Movie
2. Resident Evil Apocalypse
3. Last House on Hell Street

Top 5 scenes from any movies:

1. The end of Casablanca.
2. The hug in Lost in Translation.
3. The interaction between The Bride and Bill in Kill Bill Vol. 2.
4. The Thanksgiving play from Addams Family Values.
5. The swashbuckling in The Princess Bride.

The movie(s) that made you laugh the most:

Naked Gun, Airplane, Bananas, Spaceballs, Anchorman, Terror Firmer, Citizen Toxie, Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me and Shaun of the Dead.

The movie(s) that made you cry the most (if you cry in movies):

When I was young, I did once cry after watching a French movie (Toto The Hero). Other than that, I don't really cry in movies, but I was moved to near-tears by: Finding Neverland, Lost in Translation, American Beauty, Big Fish, Forrest Gump, Adaptation and Groundhog Day.

The movie(s) that made you feel the best at the end:

Sideways, Garden State, Sin City, Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, Annie Hall and Jesus' Son.

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June 16th, 2005


bigbadchrisb
10:55 pm - Standard First Post
Let's hope I don't post this in my own journal this time around.

Welcome to Movie Surveys, hope everything goes well.

Luv,

Chris

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