Stolen from a friend of a friend;
Look at your LJ "interests" list. If you have fewer than 50 interests, pick every fifth one. If you have between fifty and seventy-five interests, pick every seventh one. If you have over seventy-five interests, pick every tenth one. If you have fewer than ten, pick all of 'em. List them on your LJ, and tell everyone exactly what it is about these things that interests you so much.
I have more than 75 (at one point I had 144 but now its 121) so this is every 10th interest.
Band of Brothers - This was a brilliant production. It was touching, poignant, gritty and realistic. It also had Damian Lewis, Marc Warren, Jamie Bamber and various other brilliant actors making appearances (Marc Warren's storyline brings me to tears every. single. time... but I tend to spend most of it sobbing.)
British Actors - Hah. Well, I just mentioned three wonderful examples of british actors. I like American, Canadian, Australian actors too. I like actors from all over the world in fact.
Cheese - I was so glad this came up. Cheese can be creamy, or tart. It's good in so many dishes. It makes a great snack on its own, and eaten in moderation it is very good for you.
Disney - I like early Disney stuff. As a company they've sold out so much I prefer not to like them, but I can't shake my feelings of joy at early Disney productions.
Fawlty Towers - Whilst this may not be everyone's cup of tea, it is dark humour at its very best. I laugh, I cringe...
Ioan Gruffudd - I like Ioan. I think he's a capable actor, very photogenic, and I love his voice. He also seems quite relaxed and friendly in interviews. He's Horatio Hornblower!
lotr-tlbv - *dance* Lord of the Rings - The Low Budget Version is simply brilliant. It's creative, it's humourous, it's the evidence that big budgets are not needed with creative genius.
Paul Gross - Oh I am so glad one of my pet favourite actors was amongst the selected interests (and it was funny that it was one who I am very enthusiastic about at this very moment!). Paul Gross is a fine actor, a cool writer, and a total goofball. He's gorgeous and intelligent and Canadian. He rocks.
Reading - It's a valuable life skill and it expands your knowledge.
Shaun of the Dead - Best film featuring Zombies ever. Even if it is heavily drawing from the classic films of George Romero. I love everything about it, so not much more need be said.
Studying Good & Evil - Good and Evil as concepts are intriguing. I like the complexities involved within them both.
Writing - When it works, it is everything. I love being able to manipulate words to manipulate audiences. I like creating and playing with existing creations.