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EITHER/OR Movie Edition

Rules: Choose one or the other, no boths. Neither is only acceptable if you don’t have any information on either option. Feel free to provide reasons, excuses, defenses, diatribes.

  • Matinee or Late-Night Showing
    — not often at the movies, but matinee near end of run is our favorite
  • Full Theater or Empty Theater
    –subset of Matinee answer above
  • Popcorn or Candy
  • Row Seating: Nearer the Front or Nearer the Back
  • Within the Row: On a Side or Near the Middle
  • Romance or Historical Biopic
  • Action or Suspense
  • Science Fiction or Horror
  • Alfred Hitchcock or Orson Welles
  • Quentin Tarantino or Spike Lee
  • Star Wars or Star Trek
  • Jimmy Cagney or Jimmy Stewart
  • Bob Hope or Bing Crosby
  • Ingrid Bergman or Lauren Bacall
  • Humphrey Bogart or Clark Gable
  • Abbott and Costello or Laurel and Hardy
  • The Three Stooges or The Marx Brothers
    — Ugh, I have never, even as a child, like either. Blech.
  • Charlie Chaplin or Buster Keaton
  • Video/DVD: Widescreen or Full Screen
  • Movie Reviews or Word of Mouth
    –Mostly just looking at Rottentomatoes for movies we have HEARD about and deciding from both sources
  • Comedies: Laugh Out Loud or Just Smile
  • Crying at Sad Movies: Okay or Not Okay
  • Clapping at the End of a Movie: Okay or Really, Really Stupid
  • Matt Damon or Ben Affleck
    — Gag, they are both disgusting
  • Tom Cruise or Tom Hanks
    — hard one
  • Ben Stiller or Mike Meyers
    SNL! and I married an ax murder
  • Owen Wilson or Luke Wilson
    –hilarious with “John Wayne” but not elsewhere, that I know
  • Stephen Spielberg or M. Night Shyamalan
  • Todd Solondz or Wes Anderson
    — Who????
  • Scarier: Freddy Krueger or Jason
    –both stupid, from commercial viewing
  • Funnier: Jim Carrey or Will Ferrell
  • Deep Impact or Armageddon
    –????? Saw neither
  • Rated G or Rated PG