Who am I you ask?

Give a shout out if you’re a fellow Husky!

I’m a student at the University of Washington Majoring Business.  I’ve always loved movies and my goal is to work on the financial side of the film industry.  Until then though, I figure I’ll spare my friends from my opinions and shout them from a digital mountaintop for anyone who’s interested.  After all, if a tree falls in a forest and nobody blogs about it, does it really happen?

Luke, you were an accident…

In any case I enjoy films from nearly every genre.  I don’t particularly care if it’s a Romantic Comedy, a Science Fiction Epic, or a Cloak and Dagger style thriller, if its well made and engages me as a viewer and as a critic I will always give it the time of day.  If anything my preferences tend to center around favorite Producers or Directors, i.e. I will see anything directed by Christopher Nolan, David Fincher, Jason Reitman, Quentin Tarantino or Edgar Wright (among many others).  Here are some of my favorites:

1.  Monty Python and the Holy Grail

2.  The Dark Knight

3.  Office Space

4.  Return of the King

5.  Hot Fuzz

6.  Anchorman

7.  Zombieland

8.  Fight Club

9.  Memento

10.  Pulp Fiction

39 Responses to Who am I you ask?

  1. Mark Walker says:

    Hey there man, thanks for stopping by my blog earlier. Glad to make your your aquaintence here. Welcome to the world of blogging. I’m fairly new to it myself, I only started in January but it’s great how much feedback and interaction you get. I like your site and look forward to reading more.


  2. Tysoncarter says:

    Hey there! I have nominated you for the Versatile Blogger Award! Check out my latest post for the info (which will be up ASAP) and keep up the great work!

  3. ckslifeinblue says:

    Just read your description and was shocked at your last sentence. I started my blog with an entry titled, “A tree just fell in a forest…” Great minds think alike, I suppose? I’m also trying to get into producing film so we should be friends! 🙂

  4. patrice345 says:

    I wanted to tell you that as a huge LOTR fan…I love and 100% approve of your tagline.

  5. bonzoWhale says:

    It might be helpful to add categories to the posts based on review scores, genres, things like that, in the long run it would be helpful to group movies and use this blog as a recommendation system based on your opinion.

    • r361n4 says:

      I’m definitely working on a new organizational system, I’ve only been doing this for about a month though so I was going to try to get a decent amount of content published before I turned my focus on layout. I’m just not entirely sure how to change things like what you mentioned on WordPress, but with some Tinkering I think I can make it work.

      Once I’m ready to upgrade my system I’d love for more feedback so stay tuned 🙂

  6. Among you have mentioned , i have watched Dark knight , Anchorman , Zombieland , Return of the king till now , & yes they are my favorite also .

  7. riverpearl says:

    Thanks for stopping by my blog after I reviewed Hope Springs. I see we have very different tastes in films. I like the LOTR films but not so much the rest of your list, which is totally fine.

    I like what I’ve seen of your blog here and will certainly be checking your review of films I’m looking
    forward to such as Cloud Atlas, the Hobbit movies, Worlds Away 3D and such.

    It took me my first two months of blogging before organizational ideas kind of fell into place and they worked in an easier, more fun way than if I’d had a plan in the beginning and tried to force it.

    And it seems like you’re enjoying this which is what counts the most, I believe.

    • r361n4 says:

      back at you for thanks for stopping by, I honestly feel like there’s no point blogging about something if you don’t truly enjoy it and that’s definitely the case for me here. The thing about the blogging world is that everybody has something that they’re a self-proclaimed expert in, and I’d much rather hear somebody talk about something that they’re genuinely fascinated by than the usual “How’s the weather” small talk that usually accompanies non-web-set meetings

      Anyways I’m looking forward 100% to the Hobbit and even though I don’t really understand why it was split into three parts (I had trouble understanding two parts in the first place) I guess that just gives us more to bite down on once the finish products are released

  8. pinu_outlaw says:

    great choice..
    i will surly connected to ur blog..
    magnificent writing..

  9. Niejan says:

    Hello. I nominated you for the One Lovely Blog Award. Visit this post to read about the award and rules for acceptance: http://elementalreviews.wordpress.com/2012/09/04/the-one-lovely-blog-award/

  10. Shrey Khetarpal says:

    Hey Andy, How are you doing? I am in New York till Jan end. Do meet if you happen to visit. Cheers! Shrey

    • r361n4 says:

      Hey Shrey, wish I could but Seattle is a bit far away 😦 Saw your review f Life of Pi, looking forward to catching that myself!

      • Shrey Khetarpal says:

        Let me know what you think of the film. I know Seattle is a bit away but thought will let you know as India is far away 😉

  11. tiffany says:

    Hihi, I’m a blogger from Singapore. Hope to do some cross blogging and introduce you to the bloggers from Singapore. 🙂

  12. Matt says:

    Hey, any chance you’d be interested in writing for my site, We Got This Covered? If so shoot me an email matt[at]wegotthiscovered.com

  13. Mr Rumsey says:

    Just letting you know that I’ve awarded you the Dragon’s Loyalty Award 🙂

    • r361n4 says:

      Thank you! I will do my best to uphold the “loyalty” component 🙂 btw, hit me up if you want to take part in the guest review series I’m doing

  14. myreelpov says:

    Oh well looks like we all run in the same circles because I have also nominated you for this award 🙂 just take it as a nod for your fine work here! http://myreelpov.wordpress.com/2013/03/12/dragons-loyalty-award/

  15. vinnieh says:

    Excellent blog you’ve got here.

  16. Hannah Wright says:

    Hey Andy! I’ve been reading up on your movie reviews and have been using them as a guide what to watch and what to avoid entirely. I just wanted to say thanks for staying so flippin’ epic! Oh yeah! Also I’m spitting jealous that you have met Nathan Fillion AND freakin’ Joss…I just…GAH! Can’t even.

    • r361n4 says:

      Hannah! Always love it when someone I actually know comments on here, thanks for the kind words 😀 Always nice to know when people are reading

      Anyways someday I’ll be working in Hollywood and I’ll be able to fly everyone I know down there to meet famous people, stay tuned…

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