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  1. Considerer
    Considerer March 10, 2015 at 6:09 pm | | Reply

    Oh dearie me! You were a challenge!

    I was a very good teenager because I was a horrendous toddler. But reasons, yaknow?

    Movie food is NOT an acceptable dinner 😉 You need some veggies in there.

    My favourite movie is still Flight of the Navigator. I love it more than is really acceptable for such a naff film, but it was my first love.

    Paradise Road and The Green Mile both scarred me for life.

  2. April
    April March 11, 2015 at 10:11 am | | Reply

    Event Horizon. I went on a blind date with some guy (there’s a story all in itself) when I was 16. We saw that movie. It scared the crap out of me and to this day, it’s not allowed to be played in my house when I am home. the only good thing to come out of it, is that I bragged to my now husband about my date, made him jealous and he asked me out.

    I love movies too. Scary movies, comedies and kids movies are my favorite. My current favorites are Big Hero 6 and Guardians of the Galaxy. My all time favorite is Rocky Horror Picture Show.

    I still continue to love movie popcorn, even after I found out that a large bag has more calories than 2 whopper meals from Burger King.

  3. Sandy Ramsey
    Sandy Ramsey March 12, 2015 at 6:54 am | | Reply

    I can certainly relate to the angst of the teenage daughter but man, that was cold! Not pity, just an observation. I love going to the movies even thought it costs an arm and a leg. I’ve taken to buying the candy elsewhere (peanut M&Ms, Twizzlers are my go-tos) but I’ll still buy the popcorn at the theater because there really is nothing quite like it.
    I have a ton of movies that I’ve loved over the years. I think one of my all time faves would have to be Legends of the Fall. I have watched that one over and over and over.

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