tallcat

Answer for question 4398.

Which book in the Lord of the Rings saga is your favorite? Which character do you find most enjoyable, and why? If you've never read the books, do you plan to do so or do they just not interest you?
My favourite book of the LotR Saga is more a combination of two books. I like the parts of the Two Towers and Return of the King that center on the adventures of Aragorn, Legolas and Gimli (and later Pepin and Merry). When I re-read LotR I tend to just skip the bits with only Frodo and Samwise, I find all the "Angst" not to my taste. And I have never read the Hobbit, and hearing/seeing what the story is about with all those movies, I do not think I will ever read it. Maybe it is a bit "weak" of me, but I like a happy(ish) ending.
Aristocats (Thomas O'Malley)

Writer's Block: The happiest movies on earth

"The Emperor's new Groove" a.k.a (in Dutch) "Keizer Cusco" 
It has an absolute magnificent storyline and text, both in the original English as wel as in the Dutch translation. Add to this the usual perfect Disney-animation and you get what I think is the best Disney movie ever.
What is your favorite Disney movie?
Korval

Writer's Block: The start of something wonderful

What is your favorite opening line of a book, and why?

"The man who was not Terrence O'Grady had come quietly."

Agent of Change by Sharon Lee and Steve Miller.  (rolanni  + kinzel )

It is a simple start that becomes very not-simple very quickly, and in it's simplicity already promises a lot of complications (the man who was NOT Terrence O'Grady......)
So many books

Writer's Block: Time after time

If you fall in love with a book or movie, do you tend to watch/read it again and again? If so, what's your upper limit on repeats?

Movies I might watch more than one time, but not very often. But with books my reaction is: Upper Limit?? What Upper Limit!? Books I like/love I keep on reading again and again. That is the beauty of books. You make your own film, inside your head, with the most perfect "actors"  and the most perfect "scenery" your fantasy can make up. And you can repeat that over and over and adapt your characters and such as your fantasy evolves.