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While I’m away, this week’s question comes from Daniel Prinn of Daniel’s Film Reviews.
What do you prefer calling movies?
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This week, my Friday question is a bit special and I’ll explain that a bit more later.
Have you ever taken a movie-themed vacation?
Where would you want to travel for a movie-themed vacation?
Since I think this is strictly a US thing…for those of you outside the US, the day after Thanksgiving most stores have huge sales/promotions in an effort to kick off holiday shopping called Black Friday. Malls become filled with pushy shoppers, streets become littered with idiotic drivers, and wallets become empty and abused. But man, some deals can be had!
So the question this week is split:
Do you normally buy or rent movies?
If you are in the US, what Black Friday deals are you taking advantage of?
Happy Friday everybody! With the weather getting cold and awards season coming up, lots of great movies are hitting the theater and all vying for our attention and our wallets. While this may not be a problem for some of us movie addicts, it can take a toll after awhile. So this week, I’d like to know:
Should all movie tickets cost the same amount regardless of how much the film took to make?
It’s the last Friday before Halloween and I know so many of you have been doing horror themed segments all month and I’ve enjoyed reading them. I used to be a huge horror movie buff but I’ve pushed my love of horror movies aside for the most part. I still love them but I just don’t watch them like I used to. Still, like every other holiday, I have my movies that I gravitate towards every year around this time which brings me to my question..
What movie(s) do you usually watch around Halloween?