Imma be IMDB-ing this sucker all over the place, naturally, as I am at a complete loss for titles with some of these people. Your challenge now is to figure out whether I picked my favorites because they're truly my favorites, or because I had very few options to choose from.
Orlando Bloom: Pirates of the Caribbean: Curse of the Black Pearl.
Freddie Prinze, Jr.: I might have seen I Know What You Did Last Summer once upon a time? My memory is very fuzzy. That's it, though. He's best known to me for TV work and being Sarah Michelle Gellar's husband of a shockingly long time.
Pierce Brosnan: Mrs. Doubtfire or Dante's Peak.
Robert Downey, Jr.: I have never seen one of his movies! *shock* Apparently all my love comes straight from his time on Ally McBeal.
Gary Sinise: Forrest Gump
Samuel L. Jackson: Jurassic Park
Kurt Russell: The Fox and the Hound. Apparently he was the voice of Adult Copper, and apparently, I have not seen anything else - although Dreamer is on my to-watch list!
Morgan Freeman: ...Evan Almighty. You can revoke my good-taste license any time now. Um, also, I saw the first 25 minutes of Driving Miss Daisy once? If I had finished it, that would probably be my #1 pick.
Mike Myers: Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me. Now I feel unclean.
Ewan McGregor: never seen him
Minnie Driver: never seen her
Meryl Streep: ...what the hell, how I have never seen a Meryl Streep movie?! Apparently I just have a long queue of Streep movies I would *like* to see.
Anna Paquin: Fly Away Home
Scarlett Johansson: The Nanny Diaries. I hate the fact that she stars in all these amazing movies when I can't stand her.
Kirsten Dunst: Jumanji. Bring it On. Mona Lisa Smile. UGH, I like her face even less than ScarJo's, but she's in twice as many great films. Unfair.
Isla Fischer: Definitely, Maybe (!!!!)
Rachel Leigh Cook: The Babysitters Club, both by default and because it was fun.
Maggie Smith: In a head to head between Harry Potter (take your pick) and Sister Act, there is no winning.
Emmy Rossum: never seen her
Amanda Bynes: What a Girl Wants. But I adore her and all her work, so what is this BS news about her quitting acting?
This meme made me feel inadequate. I am starting to think I have only seen about 200 movies in my life. To my credit, at least I know who everyone is? Kurt Russell threw me for a loop, but I just hadn't connected the name the face.
Day 16 - Your guilty pleasure show
Terrible "reality" shows on VH1; specifically, pretty much anything that spun off Flavor of Love (except Rock of Love). Starting with Flavor of Love 2, if I flipped on the TV and it was there, I'd follow I Love New York, Charm School, I Love Money, Real Chance of Love... There's something mesmerizing about that concentrated level of trashiness + stupidity. Fortunately I no longer have cable so I don't know what's going on these days, but for a couple years of college in there, I was addicted to that liquid crack.
As for shows that are actually available to me, despite the very loud noises of protest I have made against it lately, I habitually watch Two and a Half Men in syndication. Yes, it's terrible! Yes, I wish it would die and go away forever! But there were a couple of years I watched it during prime time, and I guess it does sort of make me laugh. Or at the very least, provides mindless entertainment when nothing else is on.