One Timex digital watch, broken. One unused prophylactic. One soiled. One black suit jacket. One pair of black suit pants. One hat, black. One pair of sunglasses. Twenty three dollars and seven cents.

One Timex digital watch, broken. One unused prophylactic. One soiled. One black suit jacket. One pair of black suit pants. One hat, black. One pair of sunglasses. Twenty three dollars and seven cents.

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Its A Strange World. Isn't It? Answer:

Favorite B Movie?

I guess this depends on how you define a B movie but I’ll go with one I just recently watched because of it’s influence on some of my favorite directors and that’s Russ Meyer’s Faster Pussycat! Kill! Kill!

Comfort film(s)?

A comfort movie for me one would be those that either remind me of childhood or hold up over several viewings.  Some of my favorites are Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory, The Blues Brothers, Taxi Driver, Hairspray (1988), and The Godfather Part II.

A movie that makes you nostalgic

I guess Goodfellas because its one of the few movies I can watch with my family.

Favorite movie ending?

Two of my favorites are It’s A Wonderful Life and The Graduate.


Brando had something about him that I didn’t understand - I don’t know how he gets the effects. He’s the only actor to whom I’d scribe the designation “genius”. He had that ambivalence that I believe is essential in depicting humanity - both strength and sensitivity. - Elia Kazan

Brando had something about him that I didn’t understand - I don’t know how he gets the effects. He’s the only actor to whom I’d scribe the designation “genius”. He had that ambivalence that I believe is essential in depicting humanity - both strength and sensitivity. - Elia Kazan

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