Wow I am ridiculously behind my own challenge. I feel so, ill-disciplined.
So, moving on: Day 07 - a movie that reminds you of a certain event.
Oh boy. It was my first semester of college, and somehow or the other, I had befriended a pretty and intelligent girl who was two years senior to me. It was completely platonic, but despite constantly reminding everyone about it, my friends and even some seniors never failed to poke fun at it and make scandalous insinuations every time I got a call from her. Granted, we talked into the wee hours of the morning almost every night, but - no, it was completely platonic.
Well, during the first few times we spoke, the topic came around to the usual "hey we should hang out more often". So, naturally, I suggested we go watch a movie sometime, to which she promptly agreed. The next evening, I checked the listings to see which movies were playing. I didn't know any of them, so I just randomly picked one and picked up the phone to call her (H).
Me: Hey you, watcha doing today?
H: Hi! Nothing really, what about you?
Me: So, wanna go for a movie today, around 7pm?
H: Sure! Which one.
Me: Err, well they're showing this movie called "Wild Things". You seen it?
H: Well, yeah. You haven't?
Me: No. Why, is it not good? We can go for something else...
H: Oh no, it's good. It's a bit.. Well..
Me: [confused silence]
H: So what time are you picking me up?
Now, note to the readers: this was memorable mainly because it was the first time I took a girl to a movie. Of course, it wasn't a date though because - no it wasn't a date!
Either way, the movie starts, Denise Richards does her thing, and things are going rather swimmingly, until - BAM! - one of the most famous movie sex scenes in the last 20 years.
Needless to say, it was at this moment I understood H's reluctance to see the movie. It was at this moment too that I understood why there were so few women in the theatre. I looked at her, mortified, but she had already shut her eyes.
We laughed about it afterwards, but wow was I embarrassed as we stepped out of the hall. While it was memorable, it wasn't remembered for the usual reasons when taking a girl to a movie, especially the first time. Not that it was a date or anything, because - oh never mind.
Day 08 - a movie that you know all the lines to (at least the famous ones)
Is there any movie with more memorable dialogue that Quentin Tarantino's masterpiece that taught us about Big Mac's in France, educated us on the significance of giving a woman a foot massage, taught us how to hide a watch on your person if you're ever taken as a prisoner of war by Viet Cong, and showed us what to do in the unlikely event that you kill someone in the back seat of your car (by accident) on the highway.
The winner by a mile is - Pulp Fiction (1994)
I mean, just look how huge the quotes page on IMDb is for this movie!