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Coasting : Issue 13 July 2010
10 central coast • new south wales Q: What is your earliest memory of seeing a movie at a cinema? A: It was Crocodile Dundee at the single- screen cinema in Toowoomba, Queensland. I went with my older brother and sister. The one scene that affected me was when the crocodile launches out of the water at Linda Kozlowski's character. I was terrified! Q: What movie can you recall being most excited about as a teenager? A: Jurassic Park -- the concept and the effects of bringing dinosaurs to life was all very new and exciting. Q: Of the current crop of actors, who are your favourites? A: Johnny Depp, Mickey Rourke, Robert Downey Jr, Sam Worthington, Meryl Streep, Abbie Cornish, Kirsten Dunst, Cate Blanchett, Hugh Jackman, Russell Crowe. Leonardo DiCaprio, Anne Hathaway. Q: Favourite actors of all time? A: Johnny Depp -- he has an amazing talent, and is always able to take on a role that makes you forget that it's actually him playing a character. As well as Mickey Rourke -- he was amazing in The Wrestler. Sean Connery, Gary Oldman, Harvey Keitel, Russell Crowe, George Clooney...there are so many more to mention. Q: What movie have you chosen to watch most often at Majestic Cinemas at The Entrance? A: Sex and the City and Mamma Mia. Q: What movie could you not bring yourself to watch again? A: Hostel. The torture and gore was too much for me to handle. I couldn't even finish watching it. Q: What movies have scared you the most? A: All of the Jaws films. I've developed a fear of open water as a result. Any scene where the shark jumps out of the water to attack has definitely been imprinted on my mind. I'd also have to say The Descent. It is such a well done and suspenseful movie -- for the first 30 minutes of the movie you forget that it's a horror/suspense film. It's so clever how it draws you in. COASTING ENTERTAINMENT Interview with a Name: Bree O'Brien Role: Manager of Majestic Cinemas at The Entrance MEMORABLE: Cinema manager Bree O'Brien has an impressive collection of movie posters and memorabilia. Picture by Aaron Brown. ® EDIT: Cast Away (2000) would have a different ending if Bree had her way.
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