Friday Five on a Sunday

Thanks to ms7168 for pointing me toward the latest incarnation of the Friday Five!

1) What’s the one movie you’ve seen more times than any other?
“Prince of Tides” — I quote it all the time. It’s the one movie that I loved just as much as its book.

2) If you could turn one book, comic book or other print story into a feature-length movie, what story would you pick and why?
At this point, it feels like Hollywood is making the movies and THEN writing the books, so this is a tough one. What hasn’t been immortalized on film already? Although, I really loved Judy Blume’s “Summer Sisters” — I read it in one day whilst on jury duty. I could totally get down with that one. And I’m surprised as all hell that nobody’s ever touched “Are You There God? It’s Me, Margaret”, which is fresh in my mind because of something that someone said to me recently. 😉 I still have my copy of the latter from when I was 9 years old.

3) Who would you cast?
Hmm, Caitlin is vapid and intoxicating all at the same time. And Vix is the levelheaded, compassionate one. The formulaic juxtaposition that always works, eh? Let me think about that one, although I could totally see it as Hilary Duff and Lindsay Lohan (I am a fan of the latter). 🙂

4) What one movie would you like to see “updated for the year 2005”? (i.e., a remake)
Seriously, I would be happy to write my own. I do not know SQUAT about screenwriting, but I have the BEST idea — kind of like “Office Space” meets “The Incredibles.” And it would so totally have to be a cartoon. I have the sketches and everything!

5) What one movie are you most looking forward to this year?
I guess “In Her Shoes.” I’m a Jennifer Weiner fan — her writing style reminds me of my own.

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One Lonely Response to Friday Five on a Sunday

  1. ms7168 :

    You are very welcome 🙂 I was happy to find it myself!