1. Mom - An Affair to Remember: Remember that scene in Sleepless in Seatle when the guys mock the girls for crying with An Affair to Remember? I thought it was a funny scene, but now it's funnier cuz it's true, I watched it with mom when "The End" popped up I was like "mmkay" and when I turn around I noticed my mom crying her heart out, with a bunch of mascara running down her face. I was left speechless, it was the only time I've seen my mom cry that much.
2. Dad - Big Fish: My family has called my dad Big Fish, and we, his sons usually behave like Billy Cudrup whenever he starts telling his stories, with eyerolls "here he goes again". They may not be fantasy infused but they're definitely exagerated and sometimes wacky enough that most of the time we just have to corroborate with my mom to see what is true and what's not. It was only natural he ended up loving the film and when any of us exaggerate a lie, we're basically a "little fish"
3. Sister - Airplane!: Her favorite movie of all time, she probably quotes this everyday, when Leslie Nielsen passed away it was probably the only time I really felt sad for a celebrities death because I knew how my sis would feel. What did she put on her faceboo? "Leslie Nielsen passed away in a Floria hospital, a hospital? What is it? It's a big building with patients, but that's not important right now
4. Brother - James & the Giant Peach: Older bro shared a lot of movies we had with his buddies, unfortunately some of them never came back, like James & The Giant Peach, the first movie I ever purchased :( >:(
5. Niece - Dumb & Dumber: Like mother like daughter, my niece likes them silly and this is no exception, to get a quick laugh out of her a quick quote from Dumb & the Dumber does the trick. (Your haands are freezing is a good one for winter time :)
6. Nephew - Star Wars, Beetlejuice, Pixar, Aladdin, PeeWee Herman, Spiderman, X-Men, etc: He's a little potential MFCer, it was hard to pinpoint just one movie, I've been teaching him the ways of geeking out with movies, he's even starting to question the absurdness of things like The Revenge of the Sith. Hope to one day teaching the ways of Fincher, Snyder, Romero, Scorsesse, Nolan & Aronofsky among others
7. Bonus - Moving Violations: Any one seen this flick? A super silly 80s movie starring Bill Murray's brother! haha it gets frequently quoted by my brothers and cousins