Gun-totin', Chronic-smokin' Hearse Initiator (ludickid) wrote,
Gun-totin', Chronic-smokin' Hearse Initiator
ludickid

And speaking of movies...

...yesh, I really have compiled a list of my 100 favorite movies. But I won't post it, because (a) no one will read it, (b) no one cares and (c) it will probably cause my ex and others to make fun of me. However, I have done a statistical analysis of it.

NUMBER OF FILMS IN WHICH NO ONE GETS KILLED: 15

NUMBER OF FILMS IN WHICH NO ONE DIES: 11

NUMBER OF FILMS WHICH ARE NOT AVAILABLE ON DVD: 6

NUMBER OF FILMS IN WHICH SOMEONE WALKS AROUND CARRYING A RADIO: 5

NUMBER OF FILMS FEATURING A MONKEY ATTACK: 4

NUMBER OF FILMS STARRING PROFESSIONAL WRESTLERS: 3

NUMBER OF FILMS FEATURING WHIT BISSELL: 2

NUMBER OF FILMS IN WHICH A GAY ASSASSIN TELLS ANOTHER GAY ASSASSIN THAT HE CAN'T EAT ANY MORE OF HIS SALAMI: 1
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