I have saw on a few blogs compiled lists of 100 facts about them. Well, here is part 1 of 100 facts film related about me. I would like to thank Cinematic Corner and Cinematic Paradox for their lists as it is what inspired this post. (Check out their great blogs also). Let's get started.
1) Although not my favourite film of all-time, if I were to choose a film to watch for the rest of my life it would be Singin in the Rain.
2) I like Titanic (1997).
3) My room is covered in movie posters.
4) I hope to become a filmmaker/film director someday.
5) Since I was about 6 years old, I knew how to work a VHS player, and since I have enjoyed films.
6) I started to become truly obsessed with the world of film at 14-15.
7) The speech at the end of The Great Dictator made me cry.
8) I also feel it is one of the finest cinema moments of all time to this date.
9) I hate Adam Sandler
10) And Uwe Boll
11) And Aaron Seltzer
12) And finally, Jason Friedberg
13) Jules is my favourite character from Pulp Fiction.
14) Throughout my life, I refer to certain situations to those featured in films. Does anyone else get that?
15) I own over 250 DVD’s/Blu-Rays in my film collection.
16) I do not take the Academy Awards too seriously.
17) One of my favourite characters in film are Alex DeLarge (played my Malcolm McDowell- A
18) For Halloween in 2011, I dressed as Alex DeLarge.
19) For 2012, I intend to dress as Chaplin’s tramp character.
20) The film I have watched the most time is The Nightmare before Christmas, which I have saw over times in my lifetime.
21) I now have over 350 posts at my film blog.
22) For some reason, I do not yet own a film-related shirt excluding my Nightmare before Christmas shirt.
23) I watch most of my films in my room on a Sony blu-ray player and a 26-inch TV screen.
24) Charlie Chaplin is one of my biggest cinema influences.
25) The same goes for Stanley Kubrick.
26) Unlike quite a few film buffs, I am quite a fan of musicals.
27) My favourite musical will always be Singin in the Rain.
28) I do not love Vertigo as much as most Hitchcock fans.
29) Alfred Hitchcock is among my favourite directors.
30) In my childhood, I grew up on Disney movies, Laurel and Hardy and Looney tunes as part of entertainment. (Which is probably why I watch black and white and old movies today)
31) I usually want to watch a film alone unless I am with a friend who appreciates cinema. (Or at the actual theatre)
32) A while before I began exploring into the depth of cinema, Tim Burton was my favourite director.
33) He has moved down that list greatly since, but I still think he is a good director.
34) Robert De Niro may very well be my favourite actor of all time.
35) I am a big fan of Judy Garland.
36) The first 15 Rated (close to ‘R’ rating) I saw was Gremlins I think. This was around the age of nine.
37) The first Rated 18 (close to NC-17 rating) I saw was Lethal Weapon at 14 I think.
38) When I saw Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2 at the Omniplex, I almost died from the excitement rush I got.
39) The Hobbit Part 1 is my most anticipated film of 2012.
40) This is followed closely by The Dark Knight Rises.
41) I love seeing Fred Astaire dance.
42) Danny Elfman, Hans Zimmer, Bernard Hermann and Robert Shore are my favourite music composers for films.
43) I do not like Ben Stiller.
44) I do not like Sacha Baron Cohen in Bruno.
45) I like Sacha Baron Cohen in Hugo and Sweeney Todd (2007).
46) My favourite film critic is Roger Ebert.
47) Not far behind him is Mark Kermode.
48) The first silent film I ever saw was City Lights. I love it to bits also.
49) “If it can be written, or thought, it can be filmed” is one of my favourite quotes. (From Stanley Kubrick)
50) The Batman films are my favourite among the comic book movies.
Stay tuned for part 2.