Trick Question(s)

27 Feb

1) The movie you are proud to say you’ve never seen? (Dirty Dancing)


2) The movie you are embarrassed to say you’ve never seen? (Apocalypse Now)


3) The movie you’ve seen but desperately wish you could undo? (Gigli)

1) The book you are proud to say you’ve never read? (The Secret)


2) The book you are embarrassed to say you’ve never read? (The Wars, Timothy Findley)


3) The book you’ve read but desperately wish you could undo? (Vitals, Greg Bear)

And you?

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6 Responses to “Trick Question(s)”

  1. Kathy February 27, 2008 at 5:24 pm #

    1. Lord of the Rings or any of the Harry Potter movies. (Not that they’re inherently bad because they’re massively popular, I just like being one the few people who haven’t seen theme.)

    2. The Godfather. And I’m Italian.

    3. It’s Pat.

    1. You On A Diet

    2. Many. Too many.

    3. A Heartbreaking Work of Staggering Genius.

  2. thordora February 27, 2008 at 5:28 pm #

    A Heartbreaking Work of Staggering Genius.

    So that was a piece of poopie?

  3. landismom February 27, 2008 at 10:26 pm #

    1. Gigli

    2. The Battle of Algiers

    3. Dumb and Dumber

    1. Any of the Shopaholic series

    2. Remembrance of Things Past

    3. Wild Animus

  4. Mogo February 28, 2008 at 12:00 am #

    1) The movie you are proud to say you’ve never seen?

    any of the sequels to The Matrix… and the Harry Potter shit too.

    2) The movie you are embarrassed to say you’ve never seen?

    Debbie Does Dallas

    3) The movie you’ve seen but desperately wish you could undo?

    The Phantom Menace

    1) The book you are proud to say you’ve never read?

    how would I know if I haven’t read it?

    2) The book you are embarrassed to say you’ve never read?

    that could be a long list.

    3) The book you’ve read but desperately wish you could undo?

    that stupid “Pornified” book by that uptight twat whose name I forget…

  5. thordora February 28, 2008 at 7:34 am #

    Yeah, that book is a whole lot of sucking isn’t it…

  6. Hannah February 28, 2008 at 9:10 am #

    1) Cloverfield. Just don’t get the hype. Or care much.

    2) The Godfather. And I like gangster movies.

    3) Attack of the Clones (even worse than the Phantom Menace!) – oh, Hayden Christensen, when will you give up “acting” and go work in a diner somewhere? Pretty please?

    4) A Million Little Pieces. I refuse to read something just because Oprah says I have to. And then recants. And then does a whole second show about it.

    5) The Kite Runner. Apparently it would change my life, or something. And every other blogger I read I think has read this.

    6) A Heartbreaking Work of Staggering Genius – I agree with that one 100%. What a stupid, self-indulgent book. I wanted to gouge out my eyes just to stop myself from reading any further.

    Fun topic, thanks! I really enjoyed that…

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