WOW, thank you!
5. Top 5 films of your favorite actor and actress.
The Prestige. (Fave. Christian Bale)
Stuart: A life backwards. (Fave. Tom Hardy)
Underworld (Fave. Bill Nighy)
JFK (Fave. Gary Oldman)
Magnolia (Fave. Julianne Moore)
12. Top 5 favorite female performances.
Octavia Spencer as Minny (The Help)
Saoirse Ronan as Susie Salmon (The Lovely Bones)
Meryl Streep as Miranda Priestly (Devil wears Prada)
Angelina Jolie as Christine Collins (Changeling)
Noomi Rapace as Lisbeth Salander (Milliunnium Trilogy)
13. Top 5 favorite male performances.
Tom Hardy as Stuart Shorter (Stuart: A life backwards)
Tom Hardy as Heathcliff (Wuthering Heights)
Heath Ledger as The Joker (The Dark Knight)
Bill Nighy as Viktor (Underworld)
And my favorite Bruce Wayne ever, Christian Bale (Batman Trilogy)
15. Your favorite movies from [insert year].
You didn’t tell me a year, so I’ll go with my favorite movies:
The Prestige (2006)
Brokeback Mountain (2005)
Midnight in Paris (2012)
Kiss Kiss Bang Bang (2005)
13 Going on 30 (2004)
… this is a never ending list.
18. An underrated actor.
I’ll keep saying this: Leonardo DiCaprio.
19. An underrated actress.
Noomi Rapace. I know she’s getting lead roles in big films right now, but it pissed me off that they actually almost gave an Oscar to Rooney Mara for playing Lisbeth Salander. I mean… Noomi didn’t just play Lisbeth. She was Lisbeth.
21. An overrated actor.
Is Michael Cera overrated? Well… I don’t like him at all.
22. An overrated actress.
Rooney Mara. She had it easy.
29. Your first favorite actor.
30. Your first favorite actress.
33. Last movie you were disappointed with.
The Avengers. I don’t even why I had too high expectations though.
56. Best cinematography.
The Flowers of War. It was amazing.
58. Favorite genres.
Drama, fantasy, history movies.
59. Least favorite genres.
New “horror” movies. They aren’t even scary.