12 Monkeys

Day 9 of 10: Ten movies that made an impact on you and remain in your rotation, in no particular order. Post the poster, no need to explain. Nominate a a person every day.

Today, I’m nominating Wendy King (no pressure, but I’d love to see yours)


Still haven’t seen the tv show, and it’s my 2nd Terry Gilliam, and not sure of how many time travel movies. Tightest use of time travel as best as I’ve seen. I remember the movie poster at a comic shop the day I met comic artist Brian Bolland, and got him to sign a copy of a Doom Patrol cover / mini poster.

Funny how I ended up so close to Baltimore, years later.

Planet of the Apes (1968)

Day 8 of 10: Ten movies that made an impact on you and remain in your rotation, in no particular order. Post the poster, no need to explain. Nominate a a person every day.

Today, I’m nominating Jason West (no pressure, but I’d love to see yours)

I’m a fan of all of them from the brilliant remakes to the awful (Burton, you boob!), even the cartoons and TV shows. My favorite science fiction series, even over Star Wars or Star Trek.

Alien

Day 7 of 10: Ten movies that made an impact on you and remain in your rotation, in no particular order. Post the poster, no need to explain. Nominate a person every day.

Today, I’m nominating Amy Rose (no pressure, but I’d love to see yours)

First rated R movie I ever saw… I was 9, I think. I just noticed the typo… was that a misprint on the poster, or a troll?

Alternate:

The Incredibles

Day 6 of 10: Ten movies that made an impact on you and remain in your rotation, in no particular order. Post the poster, no need to explain. Nominate a person every day.

Today, I’m nominating Chris Vazquez (no pressure, but I’d love to see yours)

I think this is the best Fantastic Four movie, and maybe my favorite Pixar film, too.