I'm not really much into movies, especially since the only theater in town closed down due to the owner taking dirty pictures of women in his restroom, heh. We didn't always get very good movies here anyway...they thought the 2nd Star Wars movie was too expensive to show heh. But there's a few honorable mentions.
The Butterfly Effect - currently my favorite movie. One of those ones that when it's over, you have to struggle to get back to reality heh. (I won't give away plot details, but it's really twisty and turny and even though I thought I knew what the end would be, I was wrong.)
the Shrek movies - you gotta love fairy tales on drugs
LOTR movies - I can't really decide if I like them or not, mainly because they're different from the books in a lot of aspects. And the elves look damn weird!
As for books, I mostly prefer fantasy, with science fiction a close 2nd. It tends to be hard to find every book in a series around here though, so I've been reading a lot of mysteries and stuff lately.
Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood (don't remember author's name) - I liked the book a lot better than the movie, since in the movie it takes a good while before you stop getting confused about who's who and what's past and present. Not really one that most guys would like, but it struck a chord in me since I'm not too sure I wouldn't go crazy if I had kids either, heh.
the Stephanie Plum series by Janet Evanovich - I love this series. It's about a mostly incompetent bounty hunter from Jersey who somehow ends up accidentally catching her man anyway. Along the way you get to meet such memorable characters as the grandmother who carries a gun and burns down funeral homes, the cross-dressing bus driver, and the fat ex-hooker who subdues criminals by sitting on them, while managing not to break a nail. The plots involve hilariously twisted events like zapping a guy in the butt with a stun gun and recieving someone's chopped off privates in the mail. And there's plenty of lusting after guys, too. I highly recommend it if you're as weird as I am.
I could go on and on, but this is already turning into a novel.
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