Title Comment Comment Date Comment Link
Films Seen: Listology Scoreboard 2012

Can you add me in again this year? http://www.listology.com/imposter/list/imposters-movielog-2012

1/30/2012 View
Alfred Hitchcock Anniversary Quiz

Caldicot and Charters, the cricket-loving travelers in The Lady Vanishes. The characters appeared in a few more wartime films in the UK.

5/2/2011 View
Alfred Hitchcock Anniversary Quiz

I'm guessing Lifeboat, where he appears in a before/after weight loss ad in a newspaper.

5/2/2011 View
Films Seen: Listology Scoreboard 2011

You can add me once again:


1/5/2011 View
Tarantino 2010

As a comparison, here's his list from 2009:


1/5/2011 View
"A New Sith, or Revenge of the Hope"

After revisiting the original trilogy over the past few weeks it is pretty entertaining to look at it that way. But I wonder if it's a sign of Lucas' storytelling genius or a sign of plot holes all over the place. And admittedly I've never seen prequel #3 and don't have plans on doing so anytime soon, so my view is pretty well skewed.

6/28/2010 View
Films Seen: Listology Scoreboard 2010

Can you add me on? Hopefully whatever problem plagued my list last year won't happen again.


2/1/2010 View
Twitter Lists

I'm not too active on twitter, but my handle there is lpstd.

11/22/2009 View
Imposter's Movielog - 2009

Kaplan, are you not seeing all the numbers? It's showing that I'm at 182 now.

10/21/2009 View
Films Seen: Listology Scoreboard 2009

And here's the list.

1/12/2009 View
Damn, I only have time to watch movies on weekends part 17: bright lights, big city, same old reviews

AJ, I wanted to thank you for your great review of Freaks & Geeks. In regards to the bullying aspect, I can say that it was definitely like that in 1980. And not just in Michigan, but where I was at in rural northern California as well, when I was just starting junior high. And it was the same in Illinois a couple of years later, going into high school. In fact, the show feels about 90-95% true to my experience from the time, which is one reason I love the show as much as I do. Times do change, and so do students, so hopefully it's gotten much better since then. But yes, I was picked on in 1980, and probably did my own little bit of bullying, but it did occur.

Ever seen the movie My Bodyguard from 1980? That was about as bad as it usually got (the bullying, that is, not the film itself).

1/12/2009 View
Films Seen: Listology Scoreboard 2009

I'd like to play again. I don't have a list ready to go yet, but I will before the first update, if not tonight.

Thanks for doing this again.

1/11/2009 View
Imposter's Secret Santa Mix 2008

Damn, I tried to preview all my discs before sending them out, too. If anybody else is having the problem, let me know and I'd be glad to replace your disc, or at the very least upload the affected tracks somewhere for you guys.

I'm really glad you enjoyed the mix, AJ. Regarding the Nat King Cole song, I always find it fascinating to hear the old guard take on modern pop music. Seems like the same things Nat said would be echoed some twenty years later in regards to the rising of hip hop.

1/10/2009 View
Listology Secret Santa 2008

With all apologies, Odysseus, I sent out all the discs that I did have last Friday. But if yours just happens to be on its way to me as we speak, I'd be glad to send you my mix as a consolation prize (or as punishment, depending on its quality).

Good luck getting out from under that snow! The PacNorWest has had about as much but hasn't had the power problems.

12/23/2008 View
What Favorite Films By Some Film Directors Say About Your Personality

Right-o, I'll play.

1. Joel Coen: The Big Lebowski (it alternates with Miller's Crossing)
2. Wes Anderson: Rushmore
3. Hal Ashby: Harold and Maude (why the major dislike for it? I love it, personally)
4. Kevin Smith: Clerks (out of default)
5. Quentin Tarantino: Pulp Fiction
6. Stanley Kubrick: 2001: A Space Odyssey
7. P.T. Anderson: Boogie Nights
8. Errol Morris: The Fog Of War
9. David Lynch: Mulholland Drive (the only "difficult" Lynch movie I've enjoyed, actually)

12/3/2008 View