I love to listen to music, i think it is so relaxing to just lay, listen and get lost in your thoughts. I like lots of different types of music, what i listen to really depends on my mood. When i'm in a dance sort of mood, i love music by the Prodigy and Chemical Brothers. When i want to relax but still feel alive i love drum & bass, by dj's like Goldie and LTJ Bukem. I like some rock music from bands like Nirvana and Radio Head, and, i like some pop like Lighthouse Family and Savage Garden. When i'm in a more romantic mood with a girl i quite like the music of LeAnn Rimes, Shania Twain, Mariah Carey and Celine Dion. But generally my fave music is by bands like Everything But The Girl and Massive Attack, music that blends heaving sub-bass lines, bright high-hat treble, harmonious synthesised chords and sounds, and, inspirational vocals. I also like a little Vangelis, one of my fave cd's is the Blade Runner sound track.
I can't think of anything better than a whole theatre to my self, a bucket of pop-corn, a couple of gallons of pepsi and the latest Bruce Willis film playing in Dolby digital surround sound.Yeah i like movies. I have lots of top titles in my collection, and lots and lots of favourite films. Generally i like movies that make you think, raise issues and emotions, and have an influence on your life. I like all the comedies and action films too, but typically i like to see a powerful, thought provoking film. My top of the top films of all time are Titanic, The Saint of Fort Washington, Forest Gump, Good will Hunting, Stand by Me, Dead Poet Society, Twelve Monkeys, Seven, Saving Private Ryan, A Time to Kill, Sleepers, Scream, Pulp Fiction, Event Horizon, Alien, Aliens, Teminator and Terminator 2. long list huh? and i proberbly still missed some. My favourite director/producer is with out a doubt Ridley Scott. He was the brains behind my best movie of all time BLADE RUNNER. If i had to choose the movie that i like best out of every film i have ever seen it would be Blade Runner, i'm crazy about it, to a point obsessed. I couldn't tell you why it appeals so much, it has some thing that no other movie i have seen does. I strongly recommend reading the book the movie was based on, Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep. Please don't just watch the movie and take it for face value, consider the story, only then would you be able to give it the appreciation it deserves. You watch and are taken back by the stunning fx, cinematic lighting scenes and camera angles, the fact that it was made in 1982 always blows me away, it will never date. Another reason why i have a strong connection to this movie is that it was produced the year i was born, 1982, so i as i grow older every time i watch it depicts not only the future but my past too. There is so much more to the story than is first recognised, it tries to answer the question we all ask, like, why am i here, the meaning of life. The movie conveys these dark religious topics and life experiences in a way that only a like minded person would appreciate. Ridley Scott-genius.