When it comes to movies, I’ve always been a sucker for genre classics.
But in a way, it’s just part of the job description.
I’ve seen some of the best, like ‘The Big Lebowski,’ and some of those that didn’t do so well, like the ‘Star Wars’ prequels and the ‘A Clockwork Orange’ sequels.
But there are still movies I love and that I love them for what they are.
That includes the genre classics that are great in a lot of ways but still have a little bit of their own style that you don’t see in other films.
It’s the same with genre movies like ‘Slumdog Millionaire’ and ‘Hacksaw Ridge,’ both of which I think are very good films and really underrated, but still really good.
I think it’s all about the storytelling and what you put into it, and how you make it accessible.
That’s what I’m really into with the genre movies I’m a fan of.
I don’t know how much I know about the genre of ‘The Book of Eli,’ but I’m still a big fan of ‘A Nightmare on Elm Street,’ and I love ‘Sully,’ so that’s one I’m always looking forward to.
I’m very excited for ‘The New Year’s Eve.’
It’s a great movie and I think we’re going to get to see it at the movie theater this December.
I love the idea of a family coming together for the holidays and then having some fun, and the film is a good example of that.
I feel like there are so many movies I’ll never be able to see because they have a genre and they’re not really as accessible as I want them to be.
So when I see a movie that’s a bit of a rarity that I can’t get to because it’s too different from everything else out there, that’s really exciting.
I also like movies with a lot more depth than what I have in my collection.
I’d like to watch more documentaries and other types of stuff that I think have a lot to do with the story and the characters.
I really enjoy seeing a movie with a story that I feel passionate about and the emotions it brings.
I guess I’ll always be a fan.
So far, I love watching the ‘The Great Gatsby,’ and ‘The Shawshank Redemption’ and everything from ‘The Hurt Locker,’ ‘Pulp Fiction,’ ‘Ride Along,’ ‘Mulholland Drive’ and a lot from ‘American Beauty.’
I just love seeing those kinds of films that I want to see.
It doesn’t matter what genre you’re into.
You can watch a movie, and then you can watch it again, and that’s the fun of it.
I just think there’s so much good, great stuff out there and I’m just excited to see what comes out next.