First, I did the Horror Movie Tag. Then, I did the Halloween Tag. After that, I did the Quarantine Tag. Now it’s time for The Movie Tag! These are always fun to do, so I’m going to keep doing them! I found this tag from the Movie and Television Blog. As always, play along and let me know your answers! Also, if there are any more blog tags out there, please let me know! They’re strangely difficult to find (especially when I suck at figuring out HOW to look for them).
1). How often do you watch a movie? I’ve been trying to watch at least one a day, but I’ve been dropping the ball lately. So, I’d say about a couple times a week.
2). What movie genre are you particularly fond of? I’m a huge horror fan! I also love comedies and mob movies.
3). What was the last movie you watched that you liked? Thoroughbreds! It was a very unique and intriguing film.
4). What was the last movie you watched and hated? Though I wouldn’t really say I hated it, I disliked Life Like. It had a decent idea but a very laughable execution.
5). What is your favorite movie of all time? Tommy Boy!
6). Your fave guilty pleasure movie? Tammy.
7). What movie have you watched a million times already? There are a lot, but for this answer, I’m going with Scream. I practically know it by heart and I’m STILL not sick of it! Ghostface fan for life!
8). Are you the type who watches a movie on its first day of showing? I am definitely not.
9). Do you use Fandango or prebook movie tickets? I don’t use Fandango, I prebook.
10). Movie house, Blu-Ray, or Download? It depends most of the time. I love the movie theater experience, so I try to go every time I can. I also grew to like downloads so I can put movies on my phone while I work on my laptop.
11). How often do you go to the movie theater to watch a movie? Not as often as I’d like to. Since the pandemic, I haven’t been able to go.
12). What are the movies that make you cry? The ones that do a good job at making me care about the characters. Some films that made me cry/tear up: Train To Busan, Hatchet 2, Mama, The Day After Tomorrow, Coco, and Marley and Me.
13). Do you watch foreign films? Absolutely!
14). What are your favorite foreign films? Audition is my all-time favorite foreign-language film! I also love Ringu 0 and Ju-On: The Grudge 2.
15). Who are your favorite directors? Quentin Tarantino, Mike Flanagan, Jordan Peele, Wes Craven, John Carpenter, Eli Roth, Rob Zombie, James Wan, Leigh Whannell, Felicity Childs Smith, the Coen brothers, Martin Scorsese and Andy Muschietti.
16). Are you particular with movie scores/soundtracks/music? I wouldn’t say that I am. However, sometimes the music chosen or created for a film hits the nail on the head and makes the film so much more enjoyable!
17). What movie soundtracks can be found on your iPod? There are a lot of songs on my iPod I found from different films. I can’t list them all, but among them are 300, The Last House On The Left, The Rocky Horror Picture Show, IT: Chapter 1, Repo! The Genetic Opera, and Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber Of Fleet Street.
18). Have you ever watched a movie alone in the cinema? Only once, and it was the best day of my life, for multiple reasons.
19). Is there any movie that’s changed your perspective on life? Not particularly on life, but the movie Tammy changed my perspective on myself and my attitude on life.
20). Your favorite comic book movie? I’d have to choose either Guardians of The Galaxy Vol. 2 or Deadpool 2.
21). DC or Marvel movies? I have to pick Marvel. I haven’t really watched a lot of DC films.
22). What movies in IMDb’s Top 10 list have you watched? The Lord of Rings: The Fellowship of The Ring, Pulp Fiction, The Lord of The Rings: The Return of The King, Schindler’s List, The Dark Knight, The Godfather: Part 2, The Godfather, and The Shawshank Redemption.
23). Do you read movie critic reviews before watching a film? No, I rarely do.
24). What’s the best movie adapted from a book? I don’t know about the best, but my personal favorite is Misery.
25). Do you watch a movie before reading the book or vice versa? It also depends. Sometimes, if I really love the book, I’ll avoid the movie.