Thursday, October 04, 2007

Lunchtime Poll

I’m itching to see Into the Wild but I’ve been too busy to seek out that opportunity. So for today’s Lunchtime Poll put yourself in that traveling man mindset:

Q: If you were abandoning everything for some solitary adventure, which movie related sites would you visit on your travels?
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16 comments:

Dave said...

Behind the dumpster at Winkies. That'd be my last stop.

Douglas Racso said...

the stairs in the exorcist, i'd take a looksee if i'd get possessed too! heheheh

Anonymous said...

what does everyone think of the sweeney todd trailer.

Deborah said...

I would visit the regions of India seen in Octopussy.

crazycris said...

NEW ZEALAND! What with Lord of the Rings, Narnia, Whale Rider...

South American areas visited in Motorcycle Diaries also...

SusanP said...

I'd like to get back to Australia one day and check out Uluru (Ayers Rock) from Priscilla and then head over to the New Zealand locations of The Lord of the Rings trilogy.

mikadzuki said...

Wow - good question.

Halloween Town from NBC leaps to mind. And then Christmas Town, of course. After that, I'd hop on the water-travelling train from Spirited Away, and maybe get off for a day or two (if I feel depressed/melancholic) and mope around in the 2046 futurescape. Finally I'd seek out Club Silencio (where I would probably find the blue box and wake up).

SusanP said...

Cris, we posted at about the same time. Good call on the South American locations in Motorcycle Diaries...

mikadzuki said...

Oh, movie-RELATED sites. Sorry, I misunderstood the topic.

It might have to be New Zealand then, yes.

Neel Mehta said...

Gotta stop at the Griffith Park Observatory. Relive both Rebel Without a Cause and Paula Abdul's "Rush, Rush" video in one trip!

Hedwig said...

The Paris of Jules et Jim by day, and the Paris of Ascenseur pour l'Echafaud (Elevator to the Gallows) at night.

Ray said...

To the river where Jake Gyllenhaal bathed nude in "Brokeback," find a pube, and sell it on Ebay for quick cash so I can continue my journey.

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Jimmy said...

well douglas - i work in georgtown & actually go for walks at lunch. i have visited those steps - up & down them many times. Me...where would i like to go at lunch?...i'd love to walk on the set / street jimmy stewart ran down at the end of "It's a wonderful life" (i doubt if it exists)....or i'd love to walk around that very hill that julie andrews opened the "sound of music" with...maybe do a few twirls.

crazycris said...

it must be great minds thinking alike Susan... ;o)

NATHANIEL R said...

neel--why must you blaspheme by mentioning "rush rush"

dave ---behind the dumpster will be everyone's last stop. yikes.

Anonymous said...

The 'site' I'd most want to visit doesn't exist anymore, alas - the courtyard and the Elephant in Moulin Rouge, complete with panorama of Paris and a full moon hanging low in the night sky.

RedSatinDoll