1. The third time I watched The Muppets, with my friends, I literally cried tears of joy. I was so happy I could not contain myself.
2. I have never seen Star Wars. Getting around to it, though.
3. The first film I remember seeing was A Bug's Life. I think. Well, I just say that, because that's what I remember.
4. I know they've only done two scores, but I will forever watch a movie if Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross score it.
5. I still listen to The Social Network's score. Like, not a day goes by without listening to at least one song from it.
6. Every time I see the Shame trailer, I want to make a movie. I still haven't seen Shame though.
7. I've been excited for The Dark Knight Rises since July 30th, 2008.
8. I actually saw The Dark Knight 22 months before I saw Batman Begins. I know, that's awful.
9. Quentin Tarantino was my first director obsession. Even though I admit, at age 12, I really didn't get Pulp Fiction.
10. However, I think Baz Luhrmann was my first real director obsession.
11. Stuff the haters, Luhrmann makes awesome movies. I love how vibrant he is.
12. Every time I watch Meet Me in St. Louis I always want some sort of tomato soup, even though I can't stand tomatoes.
13. And I always want sponge cake.
14. Which is why I watch it only at Christmas, when I'm as full as ever.
15. One of my proudest achievements is experiencing the opening credits of The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo in a cinema.
16. Likewise with the end of Melancholia.
17. I have seen Inception 17 times...
18. ...and I cried at the end of the film every time. Damn you, Christopher Nolan.
19. Lars von Trier gives me a headache every time I think about him. I have a low tolerance for abrasive people like that.
20. The only part of The Hangover: Part II I laughed at was the part about the albino polar bear.
21. And I know The Hangover off by heart.
22. I really don't like westerns.
23. Or sci-fi', for that matter.
24. When I was 12 I had a huge obsession with Grace Kelly.
25. Which then somehow turned into a huge obsession with Vivien Leigh.
26. When I was 13, I wrote a 20 page biography on Vivien Leigh for a school project (what can I say, when it didn't matter I went above and beyond what was expected).
27. I also did a six page history of the making of Gone with the Wind.
28. Days of Heaven is the most beautiful film I've ever seen.
29. I was literally left in a daze after watching The Tree of Life in cinemas.
30. The movie I cried in the most was War Horse. I literally cried throughout the entire thing. I nearly had to suffocate myself in order to not disturb the other cinema-goers.
31. I freaking love Christian McKay. And I'm not gonna stop saying that until someone listens to me.
32. I own three different versions of Gone with the Wind: the normal DVD, the 65th anniversary edition and the really pretty 70th anniversary edition.
33. I own just about 200 DVDs, most of which I've bought myself.
34. The first time I watched my favourite movie (Memento), it was on YouTube.
35. I now own a different zoned DVD, since it is no longer available in NZ.
36. Whenever one of my favourite movies is on TV, I have to watch it. Even if I own it on DVD.
37. '528491' from the Inception soundtrack is my favourite song of all time.
38. I really don't like watching movies with other people.
39. Whenever people want to watch a movie in class, I want to curl up in a ball and die.
40. That said, it wasn't until we watched Schindler's List in my drama class that I really fell in love with that movie.
41. My favourite part of Oscar season is when they play the final montage.
42. Every time I watch An Education I feel a deep desire to do school work. Hmmmm, maybe I should watch it now.
43. Once upon a time my favourite movie was Racing Stripes. I don't regret that.
44. Ralph Fiennes' performance in Schindler's List is my favourite performance ever.
45. Sometimes I listen to the soundtrack for Drive and imagine that I'm walking in slow-mo, and everything is so badass.
46. That said, my main mantra in life is: slow-mo is a no-no, unless you're Quentin Tarantino (or Nicolas Winding Refn, but he doesn't rhyme so therefore it messes up the mantra).
47. I really like Roman Polanski movies.
48. I thought that Olivia Williams' performance in The Ghost Writer was the best of 2010.
49. I honestly think that everyone should see Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind at least once in their lives.
50. Little Miss Sunshine was the first film I ever truly loved.
51. Even though I love Black Swan to pieces, I refuse to give it a rating higher than 8/10.
52. Sofia Coppola makes terrific movies. They're all so beautiful.
53. It Happened One Night is the funniest movie I have ever seen.
54. On Friday nights, I really like to watch black and white movies.
55. The Diving Bell and the Butterfly is one of the most well-made movies I have ever seen.
56. Yet, I could never watch it again. The way it is made hurts me.
57. Mean Girls is basically the script of my life since I quote it so much.
58. Waitress is one of my favourite movies to watch while I'm sick.
59. Every time I see a film directed by a woman I always feel so happy.
60. I once saw Up in the Air four times within a week.
61. When I saw What's Eating Gilbert Grape, I became uncontrollably obsessed with Leonardo DiCaprio. And this was after I saw Titanic.
62. I love Cemetery Junction, and honestly can't understand why so many people hate it.
63. Let the Right One In was the first foreign film I ever saw.
64. I love Tennessee Williams film adaptations.
65. Especially Cat on a Hot Tin Roof.
66. My favourite thing about going to the cinemas is guessing the trailers.
67. I really like lots of editing.
68. And hip-hop songs that are used in trailers.
69. When I was 11 I used to be obsessed with Carrie.
70. Psycho was the first R16 movie I ever saw. I was 11.
71. Pulp Fiction was the first R18 movie I ever saw. I was 12. (that's how we do it here in NZ)
72. When I go into DVD stores, I do admit to displaying movies I like more prominently on the shelf.
73. I Melt with You isn't the worst movie I've ever seen, but it was the worst experience I've ever had with a movie.
74. I really like dystopian movies.
75. When Kathryn Bigelow won an Oscar, I decided I wanted to make movies rather than act in them.
76. When this happened, I literally wanted to get out of my seat, put my fist in the year and yell "FUCK YES!" But then I remembered I was in a public place.
77. Mark Strong is one of my favourite actors because he is freaking awesome in everything.
78. In fact, "Mommy, I want a Kick-Ass party. Dumb little fucks." is my favourite quote of all-time.
79. Cillian Murphy's eyes are the most beautiful things ever.
80. 80s teen comedies are the best.
81. One of my favourite things ever is how in Chris Nolan movies, the title hits right at the end.
82. I love redhead actresses.
83. I think that Rooney Mara's portrayal of Lisbeth Salander was better than Noomi Rapace's.
84. I think Steven Spielberg is the man.
85. I really love movies where the main character is optimistic and happy.
86. I love it when the credits hit during a movie. There's such magic about it (not sure what it is, though).
87. I saw Twilight three times in cinemas. Only once was it my own decision to do that.
88. My favourite chapter of Inglourious Basterds is 'A German Night in Paris'.
89. Vampire's Kiss is the funniest Nicolas Cage movie I have ever seen.
90. Melancholia was the first film I ever saw at a film festival.
91. I get very uncomfortable watching New Zealand films.
92. If I could look like anyone, I'd choose to look like Jessica Chastain.
93. I currently have big posters of The Help, Melancholia, The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, War Horse, Black Swan, Inglourious Basterds, Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy, Inception, The Social Network and Warrior in my room.
94. I used to be so obsessed with Hairspray that I watched it literally every day for like, a month.
95. And I still know all the words to all the songs.
96. I used to love The Ring (the new version). I recorded it off the TV and watched parts of it every morning before school for quite some time.
97. I recorded Mean Girls and watched parts of it before school, too. However, the recording cut off the first three minutes, so it wasn't until a year later when I bought the movie on DVD that I actually saw the first three minutes of it.
98. Last year after I finished (and pretty much failed) my maths exam, I felt so depressed about it (seriously, even the teachers thought it was way too hard) that I popped Scott Pilgrim vs. the World into the DVD player and I felt better.
99. My favourite era to see on screen is the 1920's.
100. My favourite place in the world is the cinemas. Either I haven't done much with my life (true) or I freaking love movies (also true). Shame the cinemas are so bloody far away.
What say you? What are some film facts about yourself that you have to share?