Movies. We love them, swear by them and they even help build our own personal philosophy. Goonies never say die and neither do I. That’s why it’s one of my favorite movies. Your favorite flick says a lot about who you are as a person, just as much as the car you drive, your favorite drink and your favorite book.
Imagine if you meet a new friend whose favorite movie is Silence Of The Lambs. You might think this person appreciates cinema, but they might want to stick you in the basement, get you fat, and try to wear your skin.
Well, maybe that’s a bit extreme, but your friend’s favorite movies is Soul Plane you might have to re-evaluate your friendship with them, because it would be clear they don’t make good life decisions.
Your favorite movie helps shape your personality, your opinions and who you are as a person.
Here’s what your favorite movie might say about you.
Baby Boy: When it comes to kitchen sex and make up sex… you’re about that life.
BeetleJuice: Your imagination runs wild, you believe in ghosts and you’re always wearing all black if you can. You also don’t take life too seriously and tend to not sweat the small stuff.
Beloved: You’ll do anything for your family, you’ve seen all of Oprah‘s movies and you don’t need the TV guide to find the OWN channel.
Big Daddy: You will still go see an Adam Sandler movie with the hope that he will make one as good as Big Daddy just one more time.
Blow: You might do cocaine if someone offered it to you. If not, you secretly want to be a coke dealer.
Boomerang: Your feet remain flawless, even in the winter, and you pride yourself on making your man’s toe’s curl up after sex.
Clueless: You’re intrigued by how Stacey Dash doesn’t seem to age, but perturbed by her political views.
Catch Me If You Can: You’re a nomad who can’t be tied down and would rather be exploring the world than settling in one area.
A Few Good Men: You’re a sucker for a man in uniform.
Fight Club: You enjoy learning people’s thoughts, the human mind fascinates you and you might kick someone’s ass if you’re pissed.
Finding Forrester: You’re willing to get better and you can fall in love with someone, even if you hate something about them. For example, Lil Zane.
Friday: You’re not afraid to point out when someone got knocked out and you know a couple of crack heads. In fact, one probably owns your VCR.
Gang Of Roses: You are a fan of bootleg movies, flaming hot Cheetos and quarter waters. You still buy physical CD’s.
The Godfather: Your whole outlook on life is skewed because nothing in life will ever be better than The Godfather. Family comes first.
Goodfellas: You’re into great films and won’t hesitate to jump on a good deal when you see one. You probably own something stolen.
Goonies: You’re always down for adventure and you believe you can do anything if you put your mind to it. You never say die.
Grease: You don’t follow the rules of cuffing season. For you, it’s all about summer love. Prone to wearing silky drawls and allergic to filthy paws.
The Green Mile: You still hate Doug Hutcherson. Even more when you find out he married a 17 year old.
Harlem Nights: You’re a jokester who loves to laugh and you enjoy thinking about the good ole days when Twitter was your drunk auntie.
Heat: You love to watch a good competition, especially when the best go at it. You’re not afraid to enjoy violence.
The Imitation of Life: You’re close to your grandma and you’ll take a classic over a new movie.
Killa Season: You’re the king of barbershop debates, you own every Dipset album and you know where to get the best Snack Box in Harlem.
Love Jones: If your friends want to hit the club you’d much rather hit a poetry slam. A man can win your heart with a good poem.
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (The 90s Version): If you’re hungry you can never go wrong with pizza and you know some of the words to Vanilla Ice‘s “Ninja Rap.”
Scarface: You’re always up for a good mob movie, and you look away when Tony kills Manolo. You’re a loyal friend.
Scott Pilgrim vs. the World: You’re willing to fight for the person you love. Maybe not THE WORLD, but you’ll put up a fight before you lose love. You’re probably pretty damn good at video games, too.
Se7en: You’re always down to watch anything on Discovery ID or any channel in the 130’s. You also take sins very seriously.
Street Fighter: You spent a lot of time at the arcade as a child and you might smack the fire out of somebody.
The Usual Suspects: If something happened… you probably did it. I also think people who like The Usual Suspects are great liars.
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