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Friday, November 18, 2005

Feedback Friday (#11)

Okay, here's one for ya . . .

Is it possible to track the slowdown in hand-eye-coordination that occurs with extensive prolonged New Belgium - Fat Tire consumption?

I humbly submit that it is. We here at Procrastination Station are all about research and how it can improve our lil' society. So, as soon as the room stops spinning, I will file my report and everyone will be that much happier for it. Right?

Now . . . to the question at hand.

It's Feedback Friday again and I am curious about which actor or actress you think would make a good person to play you in the movie of your life.

That's it . . . that's the assignment.

This should be fun.


Ben O.

20 Comments:

Blogger anne said...

I wish it could be Sandra Bullock.
Yes. I stand proudly and say I like Sandra Bullock.

4:06 AM  
Blogger Terri said...

Since Sandra Bullock will be busy playing Anne in "French Drool", I would choose Jennifer Aniston to play me in "Lost in Terriland".

Who's going to play you, Ben?

6:18 AM  
Blogger Karla said...

Can I have Tilda Swinton? Absolutely NO similarities, but I looove her.

1:28 PM  
Blogger Spinning Girl said...

Margaret Cho. Hands down.

6:47 PM  
Blogger marrie said...

I just had Fat Tire for the first time for lunch.

I think Gillian Anderson should play me. Only because people always say I look like "Skully".
Personally I don't see it, but, whatever.

8:56 PM  
Blogger The Zombieslayer said...

Is it possible to track the slowdown in hand-eye-coordination that occurs with extensive prolonged New Belgium - Fat Tire consumption?

Yeah, let's play spoons. Loser drinks. :)

I want either Morgan Freeman, Antonio Banderas, or John Leguiziamo to play me.

10:23 PM  
Blogger divinetrash said...

Thnaks for the comment on my blog, Ben O.

Maybe Milla Jovovich? Winona Ryder? Shirley MacLaine or Lauren Bacall, (when they were younger)? Jean Seberg or Audrey Hepburn, (when they was still alive)? Anyway, I'd like some gorgeous, insouciant brunette.

5:56 AM  
Anonymous rollin said...

Viggo Mortensen, definitely. That way they'll get all the sword fights and hand-to-hand combat right...

6:01 PM  
Blogger Sippy said...

With out a doubt Meredith Baxter Birney (the mom from Family Ties) Only she would have to be out fitted with lazer eyes, and bionic arms and carry a gigantic sword like She Ra Princess of power!!

6:10 PM  
Blogger The Zombie Lama said...

Hmm... maybe The Rock... or that kid from "Boy Meets World"... it's a toss-up...

10:28 PM  
Blogger Ben O. said...

Anne - There ain't anything wrong with Sandra . . . a few bad career choices maybe, but she is a fine choice.

Terri - I tried to get French Drool, but it was all checked out. I like the title. Jennifer is a nice choice, no doubt. I would like someone like John Cusack or Tom Hanks . . . not too bad to look at, but also able to deliver a nice believable funny line now and then.

Karla - I don't know who that is . . . anyone got the lowdown on Tilda?

Spinning Girl - Margaret is a good choice. I will get her agent on the line, asap.

Marrie - You could do a lot worse than Scully. She always had one of those "I'm smarter than you and prettier than you" vibes going. I only see one problem . . . she has read hair.

Zombster - Wouldn't it be cool if all three of those dudes suddenly become one actor? The Oscar would be obsolete.

Divinetrash - Who the heck doesn't want a gorgeous insouciant brunette?

Rollin - Hey, Mom O. said you would be checking in. How are you?

I took a long look at the online photo albums - really nice.

Sippy - I can't think of her without Alex P. Keaton in tow.

Zombie-lama - Go with the Rock . . . then you can smell what he's cookin'.

Ben O.

11:32 PM  
Blogger BUDDESS said...

I would choose Julia Roberts because I think my life story would be a challenge to portray and since seeing her in Erin Brockovitch, I am confident that she would be able to give justice to the role. It would be called 3 weddings and a lovechild.

2:08 AM  
Blogger beadinggalinMS said...

I would choose Meg Ryan! I love her voice. She is cute and funny just like me.

8:52 AM  
Blogger Ben O. said...

Buddess - great choice . . . I remember her way back in Mystic Pizza. Even then, you could tell she was going to be big.

Beading Gal - Same thing - she is so cute and I actually remember her back on As The World Turns. You could tell she had something even back then. I actually like her alot in movies like Top Gun and The Presidio.

I love how everyone is going above and beyond and not only listing their choice for actress and actor, but also giving a title for their life's story movie.

Fun Stuff - Ben O.

9:21 AM  
Blogger trinamick said...

I would like either Sandra Bullock or Angelina Jolie. I've had several people tell me I look like Angelina Jolie (they're wrong, unfortunately), but Sandra's character in While You Were Sleeping gave the best description of me:

"My father? He's a lot like me. Dark hair, flat chest."

9:54 AM  
Blogger DelBoy said...

Robin Williams! So that I can make people laugh! But I've been told that I look like David Duchovny!??

11:09 AM  
Blogger Kathleen said...

I've been told multiple times that I remind people of Lori Petty from Tank Girl, so I'd have to say her. I just hope my voice doesn't sound like hers in those "watch horse racing commercials" because otherwise I'd wonder why people don't stick their fingers in their ears and go "la la la" when I talk to them.

Oh, but she'd have to dye her hair red.

9:31 AM  
Blogger Sadie Lou said...

Hmmm...if we're going for someone of my age, that would be a difficult fit. I can't think of anyone. I think Sara Silverman (School of Rock) would do a good job. I also like that comedian Judy Gold--but she's too old. I like Joan Cusak--but again, too old.
I need someone around 30 years old, tall and weird.

If I could just pick an actress based on talent and nothing to do with actual physical attributes--I'd pick Anjelica Houston. I adore her. Or Cate Blanchette

8:27 PM  
Blogger NYPinTA said...

I'm pretty sure my life story wouldn't even get green lighted.
But, a young Rene Russo.

3:31 PM  
Blogger Underachiever said...

i'm a little late but i would say a very young ernest borgnine.

or Ray Romano

or Alf

or Troy McClure. You may remember him from "Hey I alnt your baby's daddy" and "Ben O." The unauthorized documentary.

10:37 PM  

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