My name is Frank. l'm 23. Going forward, done with the past. Learning things every day. Looking for the best things in life and hopefully I'll meet some good people along the way. "LET'S DO THIS!!!!"
All Time Favorite Movies:
1. Jurassic Park
2. Star Wars:The Empire Strikes Back
3. Gojira (1954)
4. King Kong (Original)
All Time Worst Movies:
1. Spider-Man 3: Destroyed everything I loved about that spider-man series.
2. Meet The Spartans: I watched the first 5 minutes and turned it off.
3. Soul Plane: [sigh] where do I begin?
4. Snakes On A Plane: Plane Shit!
5. Semi-Pro: I fell asleep in the theater, woke up, and it was still on!
Favorite Actors or Actresses:
Well, I can tell you which Actresses I have crushes on instead.
1. Liv Tyler.
2. Amanda Crew.
3. Kat Dennings.
4. Jennifer Connelly.
I don't have any (mostly cause I'm bad with names). Anyone can make a bad movie.
I've found that the last year or so could more or less be encapsulated into Fugazi's "Waiting Room."
I not only feel like I'm waiting for the good stuff to catch up with me, but that everyone around me, for the most part, is just dicking around while I'm fighting my damned hardest to get to where I want to be.
There's definitely a reason why everyone loves that song so much.
Well, I do know about all of those bands, but you've inspired me to check out Shiny Toy Guns after hearing about them for a while and never checking them out.
So...the 90s. Great era. Probably my favorite. I already told you about Fugazi, which is the most important, but here are a few others:
Small Brown Bike, The Get Up Kids, Built to Spill, Cloak/Dagger, Elliott Smith, The Evens, Flipper (they're really '80s but I forgot to tell you about them), Helmet, Jawbox, Pavement, Sparta (especially their first album), Violent Femmes
And the only current band I really listen to is Detachment Kit, and a few others I'm sure you know.
Well, I could spent a week straight talking about music. Fugazi is my all-time favorite, though. They're so inspiring and full of such amazing words. They're fantastic. Be sure to check out their album "The Argument"...it's perfection, as far as I'm concerned.
A few other bands to check out would be The Stooges (Iggy Pop's band from the 70s), The Slits (talk about a kick-ass all-girl band!), any sort of hardcore punk from the '80s, especially Black Flag, Minor Threat, The Minutemen, Gorilla Biscuits, Adolescents, The Misfits (they're just fun), Husker Du, Dag Nasty...
basically, when you get through the 70s and 80s, let me know so I can compile a mini-list of '90s stuff to listen to ;)