I'm taking part in Sunday Stealing, hosted by Bev Sykes, who blogs at Funny the World. This week's set of questions is called Movie Challenge.
1. Last movie you watched Star Wars: The Rise of the Skywalker, the final chapter (thank you!) of the series.
2. Last movie you watched in a theater. Star Wars: The Force Awakens
3. Film you’ve always wanted to watch, but haven’t. I can't think of any.
4. Favorite movie soundtrack. I don't have one.
5. Your favorite movie duo. Katharine Hepburn and Gary Grant
6. Movie you like because of its story. Jane Eyre
7. A film that disappointed you. Henry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince. That sequel is my favorite of the book series. (Yes, I'm a Snapes fan, thanks of Alan Rickman's portrayal.) But, there wasn't much of the story in the movie.
8. Favorite scene from a movie. When Calamity Jane (Doris Day) sang "The Windy City" in Calamity Jane. Day danced and sang up and down, along, in front of and behind the bar in a Dagwood City saloon. Here's a link to the scene.
9. Your guilty pleasure movie. Calamity Jane
10. A movie you keep going back to. Calamity Jane, of course. Also, Two Weeks Notice with Sandra Bullock and Hugh Grant.
11. A quote your admire from your favorite movie. "I thought it was a costume ball," said King Louis XVI in Start the Revolution without Me. Here's a link to the scene.
12. A movie based on a true story. Harriet based on Harriet Tubman. My gosh, what a story! Cynthia Erivo who portrayed Harriet brought the amazing woman to life.
13. Your favorite actor/actress. I will go through phases of watching movies featuring a certain actor or actress. Once I went through a Billy Connolly craze. Is he ever versatile!
14. A sequel you’re not a fan of. The last two sequels of the Anne of Green Gable series, directed and produced by Kevin Sullivan. The sequels were good stories but they weren't about the Anne Shirley written by L.M. Montgomery.
15. A film you know by heart. Pride and Prejudice. It doesn't matter which version.
16. Your favorite opening scene. Nothing comes to mind.
17. A film that was based on a book and was executed well. The version of East of Eden starring Jane Seymour. Some of the scenes were actually filmed in Hollister, where John Steinbeck's grandparents owned a dairy.
18. A comedy film. Knives Out. I'll definitely see this one again. Daniel Craig was hilarious.
19. TV series you’re binging on now. That Girl, the 1960s series starring Marlo Thomas, who also produced it.
20. A TV series you think is underrated. Bless this Mess, produced by Lake Bell who also starred with Dax Shepard. A Manhattan couple decides to ditch city living and move to a rundown farm in Nebraska. The oddball characters were sweet and cared for each other, and the writing was intelligent.
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