Because I love film…

A silly quiz via Adrienne:

You scored as Artistic. Congratulations, you scored Artistic. You’re looking for the unique movie in the bunch. You’ve probably watched a lot of movies that nobody has ever heard of, and good for you. You also know good filmmaking when you see it. You just get it, no questions asked. Check out: Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, Amelie, Garden State, Lost in Translation.







Sadistic Humour




Romantic Comedy


Mindless Action Flick


Movie Recommendation.
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4 thoughts on “Because I love film…

  1. honey, bunny!
    I like the movie, Amelie.
    It’s a french movie, isn’t it?
    let’s watch it, someday!

    I tried the quiz you mentioned,
    and the result was mindfuck.
    what’s mindfuck?
    I don’t like that word,’fuck’.

    cuz I’m fucking!
    (fuking what?:)

  2. Oh my God you called me honey bunny in public!

    Wait, what did I call you on your site? Heh. I find it funny I was commenting on your site shortly after you commented on mine. :)

    “mindfuck” is a compound verb, a variation on the phrasal verb “to fuck with someone’s mind”. In this case, “to fuck with” means to fool around with, to treat as a toy, to try to cause some kind of malfunction in something.

    When you fuck with someone’s mind, you’re trying to get their ability to understand a situation to malfunction massively.

    Movies that are very confusing, shocking, weird, or otherwise have a big effect on someone’s mind are sometimes called a “mindfuck”. I think, from the films we’ve seen together, 12 Monkeys would be one such movie.

    Usually that sense of “mindfuck” is positive, but there’s also a negative meaning for “mindfuck”. One example would be telling shocking lies to people. For example:

    “How was your weekend?”
    “Oh, fine, I had an abortion. Did you see any good movies?”

    Of course, there are situations where people see the “mindfuck” as appropriate, especially in terms of subjects in which people can be unreasonably obstinate and judgmental.

    For example, if you meet a homophobe, it can be a “mindfuck” to imply you had lots of gay sex on the weekend, just to make them uncomfortable even though they must remain polite.

    Or if you’re talking to a supporter of sex trade legalization, telling a (false or true) story about how your sister died from a sexually transmitted disease while she was working in a Red Light District is a kind of mindfuck.

    The mindfuck can be done to make people reconsider why they’re so uncomfortable with the reality that follows from their beliefs, or it can be purely for the entertainment of watching some opinionated idiot get very uncomfortable and squirm.

    I’ve never been very good at it. But anyway, I prefer the mindfuck movies to the real thing.

    Good mindfuck movies:
    *Lost Highway
    *Donnie Darko
    *Twin Peaks (the whole TV series, actually)
    *Bladerunner (the first time, anyway)
    *12 Monkeys

  3. I scored artistic as well, but I wonder if the way they presented the questions would push people to that end.

    I’d be interested in a quiz that approached it the other way around: rate a list of movies and make conclusions about your “type” from that.

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