2001 A Space Odyssey, Blue Velvet, Howl’s Moving Castle. Rear Window too.
When I used to have the time, I would re-watch films I really loved again and again, every night when possible. Mulholland Drive and Talk to Her are stand-outs for me. Also seeing The Graduate on the big screen for the first and only time, and being floored by a film that hadn’t struck me as much before.
Oh, and there’s that time I met my future husband for our first date, and we watched UP, and I hoped it wasn’t obvious I was crying during the first ten minutes of the film.
Pecker. I saw this before I knew who John Waters was. A group of kids from my entry went to see it freshman year at Williams. I loved it, and it was a great introduction to the cinema, as well as to contemporary independent cinema in general.
Dark chocolate non-pareils.
A combination tamari, garlic salt, and Roger’s Ubiquitous. If I’m feeling really decadent, a bit of butter, too.