Professor David Huxley’s laborious, licentious spotted-leopard labor day film quiz

1) Classic film you most want to experience that has so far eluded you.

2) Greatest Criterion DVD/Blu-ray release ever

3) The Big Sleep or The Maltese Falcon?

4) Jason Bateman or Paul Rudd?

5) Best mother/child (male or female) movie star combo

6) Who are the Robert Mitchums and Ida Lupinos among working movie actors? Do modern parallels to such masculine and no-nonsense feminine stars even exist? If not, why not?
Ninguém, mas gente como Clive Owen tem testosterona com classe a la Mitchum e talvez a Susan Sarandon seja suficientemente fodona.

7) Favorite Preston Sturges movie

8) Odette Yustman or Mary Elizabeth Winstead?

9) Is there a movie that if you found out a partner or love interest loved would qualify as a Relationship Deal Breaker?

10) Favorite DVD commentary

11) Movies most recently seen on DVD, Blu-ray and theatrically

12) Dirk Bogarde or Alan Bates?NÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÕ!!!!! Bogarde por Visconti, Bates por Ken Russell. Ambos pelo Losey.

13) Favorite DVD extra

14) Brian De Palma’s Scarface— yes or no?
No

15) Best comic moment from a horror film that is not a horror comedy (Young Frankenstein, Love At First Bite, et al.)

16) Jane Birkin or Edwige Fenech?

17) Favorite Wong Kar-wai movie

18) Best horrific moment from a comedy that is not a horror comedy

19) From 2010, a specific example of what movies are doing right…

20) Ryan Reynolds or Chris Evans?

21) Speculate about the future of online film writing. What’s next?

22) Roger Livesey or David Farrar?
NÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÕ!!!!! Livesey pela atuação, Farrar pelos shorts. Ambos pela voz.

23) Best father/child (male or female) movie star combo

24) Favorite Freddie Francis movie

25) Bringing Up Baby or The Awful Truth?

26) Tina Fey or Kristen Wiig?

27) Name a stylistically important director and the best film that would have never been made without his/her influence.

28) Movie you’d most enjoy seeing remade and transplanted to a different culture (i.e. Yimou Zhang’s A Woman, a Gun and a Noodle Shop.)

29) Link to a picture/frame grab of a movie image that for you best illustrates bliss. Elaborate.

30) With a tip of that hat to Glenn Kenny, think of a just-slightly-inadequate alternate title for a famous movie. (Examples from GK: Fan Fiction; Boudu Relieved From Cramping; The Mild Imprecation of the Cat People)

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Publicado por Adriana Scarpin

Bibliófila, ailurófila, cinéfila e anarcafeminista. Really. Podem me encontrar também aqui: https://linktr.ee/adrianascarpin

3 comentários em “Professor David Huxley’s laborious, licentious spotted-leopard labor day film quiz

  1. 2046: fuck yeah! Gosto um muito do Chungking Express, do In the Mood for Love. Mas 2046 topa todos esses, geralmente apontados como os melhores (essas escolhas denotam uma preferência pelo romantismo purinho né?).

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    1. Gosto até do filme americano dele, mas parece que a maioria tem certa ressalva quanto àquele, mas 2046 é tão bem escrito (e filmado!) que não há pra ninguém.

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