Okay Cristina, I'll try. It's interesting that my answers are books/movies I've recently seen/read or some of the first ones that I remember laughing or crying in. Just thought you'd like to see how a middle-aged mind works : )
Book I've cried the hardest in:
My Bible has the most tear stains in it.
Novel: Where the Red Fern Grows
Movie I've cried the hardest in:
The Other Side of the Mountain - This is based on the true story of Jill Kinmont an Olympic skier who basically skies off a mountain and becomes paralyzed from the neck down. I watched this 30 years ago in the movie theatre and cried buckets.
Worst movie I've ever watched:
The Little Red Pony (Can you believe it, a horse movie of all things?!) Based on John Steinbeck's book.
Most ridiculous movie I've watched:
Napoleon Dynamite (See Crazings)
Most disappointing book I've read:
Ex Libris by Ross King This book seemed to have it "all" for me: Set in England in the 1600s; a mystery that had to do with old rare books and history. The conclusion of the story was not only anti-climatic, but was the worst possible ending for any book lover.
Funniest Movie I've watched:
I remember "way back when" thinking Airport('80) was pretty funny. It was a spoof on the then popular disaster movies. I had fun laughing with my family with the movie, The Man Who Knew Too Little. (There are a couple of scenes that we fast-forwarded over.)
Silliest Book I've read:
I know there's probably been many, but I can't think of any right now.
Couple of Books I'm dying to read:
The one Erin's currently working on
Leave it to Psmith, by P. G. Wodehouse
Jewell, by Bret Lott
Couple of Movies I'm dying to watch:
Brady's next animated short
Dreamer - Is it in the video store yet?!! This is a HORSE movie based on a true story starring Kurt Russell and Dakota Fanning
March of the Penguins