1. What is your favorite movie starring William Powell and Myrna Loy, excluding all ofThe Thin Man films?
Honestly? Don't care. :p
2. Name a screen team that appeared in only one film together but are still noteworthy for how well they complimented each other.
|Deborah Kerr and Yul Brynner. |
That's a match made in a Hollywood crack den. But admit it, you really wished they had hooked up.
|Robert Mitchum. He'd take you roughly in the barn.|
|Burt Lancaster. All those teeth and muscles couldn't hide his ridiculously stiff acting.|
|Donna Reed. The poor man's Ingrid Bergman. Yawn.|
9. What is your favorite film starring Ray Milland?
|The Lost Weekend (1945). Drunks are hot. And loose.|
|Valley. Of. The. Freakin. Dolls! (1967) Nuff said.|
11. An actor/actress that you would take out of one film and put into a different movie that was released the same year?
Skip, too long.
12. Who was your favorite of Robert Montgomery's leading ladies?
13. You think it would have been a disaster if what movie starred the actor/actress who was originally asked to star in it?
If the role of Daphne/Jerry in Some Like it Hot (1959) was played by Frank Sinatra as originally intended.
14. An actor/actress who you will watch in any or almost any movie?
|Montgomery Clift. I have nothing more to add without sounding like a big pervert.|
|Ok don't judge me, but I'm going to have to go with Gone With The Wind (1939), everyone fell for Rhett, I immediately fell for Ashley, for reasons still unknown to me.|
Every man's wet dream and worst nightmare. Boobs and brains. Does it get better than Stanwyck? If we're talking deviant undertones I'm going to have to go with her earlier work.
17. What is, in your mind, the nearest to perfect comedy you have ever seen? Why?
|Trouble in Paradise (1936). Lubitch on sex, that's why.|
The Heiress (William Wyler) 1949
If this film wasn't already perfectly constructed, if you have a problem with Monty Clift with a mustache, tails and a top hat, you go to hell, you go to hell and you die.
|Maureen O'Hara (duh).|
21. Do you enjoy silent movies?
22. What is your favorite Bette Davis film?
|Of Human Bondage (1933). Who doesn't love cockney sluts?|
|Joan Crawford and her eyebrows.|
25. To even things out a bit, here's something the boys will enjoy: what is your favorite tough action film?
|The Magnificent Seven (1960). Hot men in tight pants. Done and done.|
26. You are currently gaining a greater appreciation for which actor(s)/actress(es)?
|Judy Garland. Better late than never right?|
|Oh dear god yes, yes! YESSSSSS!|
|Camp queen and occasional fatty, my personal hero, Shelley Winters.|
|Clark Gable. Am I the only one who wouldn't hit that?|
|Montgomery Clift. My life can be divided into two parts; before Monty and after Monty.|
|The legendary Vivien Leigh. The most beautiful woman ever to walk the face of the earth, and one bat shit crazy bitch.|
32. Of those listed, who is the coolest: Paul Newman, Robert Redford, Steve McQueen, or Patrick Stewart?
|Steve McQueen. When I first saw him in 'The Magnificent Seven' it was like the second coming. He still has a very thick file in the fantasy section of my dreams.|
|I Confess (1953). I have a priest fetish. I am ashamed of myself.|