What’s your favorite movie? Well, goodness, I don’t know. That’s like asking me my favorite type of ice cream or who my favorite female movie star is. I just can’t choose. There are too many good ones (mint chocolate chip, cherry garcia, pumpkin pie, anything with cookie dough and brownies, coffee, etc.; Emma Stone, Emma Watson, Debra Messing, Anne Hathaway, Meryl Streep, Rachel McAdams, etc. – those are some of my choices in case you were wondering). Okay, here’s my short list: Dirty Dancing, 12 Angry Men, The Proposal, Harry Potter (especially if it’s ABC Family’s Harry Potter Weekend, because I literally cannot think of any better way to spend a weekend), Aladdin, Defiance, Legally Blonde, Mean Girls, anything with Jude Law, and the list goes on. My question is why is it so important to have a favorite movie? Why can’t I have a lot of favorite movies? Or a favorite movie for each of my moods? Or a favorite movie for each season? Or each month? Or each food category? For example, when I am eating crappy Chinese food, my favorite movie is High School Musical (preferably the second, although the first works too). Favorite movies also depend on who I’m with. If I’m with someone who can quote the entire first Harry Potter movie (like I can), then that’s my favorite. I think it’s just a really unfair question. So, if you choose to ask me this, expect an answer something like this, because I think even this is concise.