I'm a senior at my high school. I'm an artistic type, and quiet. I'm taking AP Art for the second year and I hope to one day work in a Video Game Art Department.
"If you have a talent, don't hide it because you don't want to be hassled by people over it. You'll have to live off of your talents one day, so set them free."
All Time Favorite Movies:
(Those listed aren't the only movies I've seen, and there's still a lot of movies- old, new, foreign and indie that I've never seen or maybe heard of but would love to if I could)
Saving Private Ryan, 3:10 To Yuma (2007), "The Good, The Bad and The Ugly", The Dark Knight, Inception, Batman Begins, The Odd Couple, Misery, Minority Report, To Kill A Mockingbird, Jacob's Ladder, Nineteen-Eighty-Four (1984), The Green Mile, Forrest Gump, The Secret Garden, Room 1408, Office Space, Cloverfield, The Shining, Once Upon A Time In The West, The Godfather Trilogy, Star Wars (Episodes 3, 4, 5 and most of 6 before the Teddy Bears enter), Avatar (only because I was impressed by the visuals), Terminator 2, The Matrix (Mainly the first one), Gran Torino, Pulp Fiction, The Shawshank Redemption, District 9, Clerks
All Time Worst Movies:
1. Almost every movie with a title ending with "Movie"
-Or any film that has been breathed on by Jason Friedberg or Aaron Seltzer
2. Freddy Got Fingered
3. Every Saw film after #1
-To me Saw 1 was okay. Something new, but that mutilation crap is just uncreative and exploitive garbage to me.
4. Cheaper By The Dozen 2
-Stop. Making. Stupid. Summer. Family. Comedies.
5. AND 6. Prom Night and When A Stranger Calls
-Or any cheap horror film that relies ENTIRELY on "JUMP!!!" scares, and perhaps even fails at that; rather than setting a disturbing scenario, mood and backdrop that actually stays with you (Like The Shining, which is a great horror film. It's a shame King wasn't a big fan of the adaptation.)
7. Transformers II
-Blughaboogitfuggavithuoopah- EXPLOSION!!! That's this movie's IQ in a nutshell!
8. Resident Evil (Series)
-"Here, take this lock pick. You (Paul W.S. Anderson); the master of (Dragging out a film adaptation series of great games into terrible movies; with all character, atmosphere and story discarded), can shove it directly up your arse. If you lose the lock pick, there are several small silver keys scattered throughout my creepy Victorian mansion that you can use. Be careful, they break once you use them!"
P.S. I could care less for Milla Jovovich in these movies!
9. Nearly every Teen/College/Sex Comedy after the 90s
-Offenders range from every Direct-To-DVD American Pie sequel and beyond
-I understand it's satire, but for Christ's sake this is too far. I can handle uncomfortable concepts in movies for as long as it has reality. This movie has none.
Steven Spielberg, Clint Eastwood, Christopher Nolan, Sergio Leone, The Coen Brothers, Quentin Tarintino
*I don't know a lot of directors, those are just from the top of my head.