(I swear I wrote this yesterday, but my huge project at work is leaving me a bit crazed.)
When I was a Blockbuster manager, my favorite thing to do was to set up the Employee Favorites section. We would decorate nameplates with clip art and really have a good time with it. I always made it a point to watch some of everyone’s favorites. We got 5 free rentals a week—10 actually because Hub was a manger in another location, so it wasn’t hard to do. And because of this, my favorites were always changing. The joys of being young and carefree, I suppose. Now, I don’t have a ton of time for movies. Hub and I will get one on demand once or twice a month, if that. We watch a lot of kids movies. We don’t stay up very late. It happens. At least this way though, I’m not constantly adding movies to my favorite list. I can’t pick just one though, so let’s pretend I’m setting up the old Employee Favorites wall again and I will pick between 5 and 8 to display on my wall.
1. The Sound of Music
2. When Harry Met Sally
3. She’s All That
4. Titanic (ok, L.A.M.E I know)
5. Dazed and Confused
6. Heart and Souls
7. The Negotiator
8. Music and Lyrics
Tell me, what would be on your wall?
My movie tastes are frankly embarrassing. So this is how much I love you.I like French Kiss and You've Got Mail. And Mulan. And yet, I would't read a Harlequin romance if you paid me. How's that for irony?
Oh Misty!! I love French Kiss!! and You've Got Mail!! Give me all the cheesy romance you can….love it all.
I loved working in a video store!! I did it way back in the 80s (high school). It was awesome. I should blog about that one day.Hmm, mine would be: When Harry Met Sally, About Last Night, St Elmo's Fire, Grease, Grease 2, Nottinghill, American Beauty, Roman Holiday, To Kill a Mockingbird and Valley Girl.