So what are some ones you like?
Me personally I love anything Star Wars huge fan of it ( pretty sure it's genetic )
And I love Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit
are some of my favorites.
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Star Trek (all of them, though my favorites were TNG and Deep Space Nine).
Firefly (especially because it's developed a cult following that makes it seem more special).
I've watched Lord of the Rings (though until recently, I've watched them out of order, which made it more confusing to me); I know the basics, but I'm no Stephen Colbert or anything. With a few exceptions, (HP, Adventures of Bone, CoN: LWW) I'm not huge into Fantasy.
Minority Report (The movie, not the PKD story)
I'm a fan of certain story lines and themes, I tend to stick with those.
I LOVE Bioshock (and Infinite) and LOVE Portal (and Portal 2). I was able to play Half Life and Half Life 2 probably 3-6 months before they came out - liked them, then found out when Portal arrived that it was set in the same universe, so it makes sense that I'd like it. I like Halo, but don't own any of them, so I haven't gotten the storyline down well; I'm more of a gamer "in spirit" than actually being good at them.
When I was a kid, a few of my favorite books were Chronicles of Narnia, Lion Witch Wardrobe. Alice in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass more times than most guys, and "Bone."
I like I Robot (both the movie and completely different book series by Asimov; I was big into The Norby Chronicles when I was 8 (The Scout magazine "Boy's Life" got me into the book as they'd have a monthly comic based on Norby).
I like Agents of Shield. I like many comic book heroes (probably another subject for another day).
I like Walking Dead, but can't get into it; I feel like it's one of those shows that you have to watch from the beginning or you won't get it.
I liked Lost (watched a lot of the first season) but then Hulu started messing around with the paid subscription stuff, so that was out.)
I liked Pushing Daisies, though it was only a season.
I liked Heroes.
X Files and... and Fringe (which I jokingly refer to as X Files 2.0)
Zombie and horror films, but there has to be an interesting and original take on it. It can't just be a "boring" slasher film. I like "thrillers" - more of what goes on in your head than having to see everything or have the constant "jump scare" joke.
I like a bunch of different things, though there's a lot that I haven't gotten into yet (Farscape, Battlestar Galactica, Orphan Black, etc) There's just too much out there and not enough time or access for me.0