July 12, 2020

Sunday Stealing: Movie Challenge

This week's Sunday Stealing is from Sharon Compton.

1. Last movie you watched:

I recently watched "6 Underground' on Netflix. (I love Ryan Reynolds!)

2. Last movie you watched in a theater.

It has been awhile since I have been to the theater. I cannot remember which movie I saw the last time I went.

3. Film you’ve always wanted to watch, but haven’t.

None that I can think of.

4. Favorite movie soundtrack

The Purple Rain soundtrack.

5. Your favorite movie duo

Hawkeye Pierce and BJ Hunnicut from M*A*S*H

6. Movie you like because of its story

The Fault in Our Stars

7. A film that disappointed you

The Smurfs

8. Favorite scene from a movie

The scene in Gone With The Wind where Rhett says, "Frankly my dear, I don't give a damn." (See below)

9. Your guilty pleasure movie

None that I can think of.

10. A movie you keep going back to

 Gone With The Wind

11. A quote your admire from your favorite movie.

"Frankly my dear, I don't give a damn." Said by Rhett Butler in Gone With The Wind

12. A movie based on a true story


13. Your favorite actor/actress

Ryan Reynolds

14. A sequel you’re not a fan of

Nearly all of the Rocky sequels.

15. A film you know by heart

 Gone With The Wind

16. Your favorite opening scene

The Lion King

17. A film that was based on a book and was executed well

The Green Mile

18. A comedy film

O Brother, Where Art Thou?

19. TV series you’re binging on now

I am currently binging on The Office.  I recently finished, Mr. Iglesias and Mom.

20. A TV series you think is underrated.

Space Force.  Steve Carell cracks me up!

1 comment:

  1. Lulu: "Our Dada says he hasn't been to a movie theater in years, even since before the pandemic."
    Charlee: "But he says he remembers the last movie he saw in one ― 'Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows'."
    Chaplin: "The funny thing is, he says the other day, he dreamed he went to the theatre and it was really crowded. He stood in line to get a ticket but woke up before the movie started."
    Charlee: "Do you think that means he wants to go to the movies?"
    Lulu: "I think it means he wants the pandemic to be over so that not going to the movies is a choice instead of a safety requirement!"


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