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Yesterday I  answered reader questions aboutfilm sets worth living in and all time favorite actorsand I hope that conversation keeps going because I haven't heard from too many of you what your choices are. There were so many good question this week let's keep the party going for an extra day.Here's the next six questions featuring Guilty Pleasures,Oscar's Best Animated Feature and Unseen Classics.One question will be answered in a forthcoming theme week that's already been planned and one final question is getting its own post.

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LADY EDITH: Do you have a favorite Altman?

I do.And it's no contest.I just shoutNashville(1975) as enthusiastically and loudly as I can when asked.Which is not to dismiss the rest of Robert Altman's always at least interesting filmography.My other two favorites areThree Women(1977) forits psychosexual actressingandGosford Park(2001) for the sheer pleasure of it but I love his movies...well,maybe notDr T and the Womenbut I love quite a few of his movies.

JEFF:What's your biggest guilty pleasure movie?Or a movie that most of the readers would be surprised that you happen to love.

After so many years writing online about movies I fear I have no secrets left.I love the usual guilty pleasures and probably talk about them too much (XanaduandShowgirlschief among them).I suppose in terms of things I rarely write about the #1 guilty pleasure would be that I do kind of have a (small) thing for B grade action movies and affection for the sometimes limited actors that star in them like Jean Claude Van Damme,Jason Statham,and Schwarzenegger of course.This is not a blanket genre appreciation;I never was interested if the movie starred Steven Seagal or Sylvester Stallone.I've seenHighlander(1986) with Christopher Lambert several times because my brother and his friends loved it.I lovedUniversal Soldier(1992) for some reason.One truly terrible movie that I used to enjoy with an old friend wasShowdown in Little Tokyo(1991) starring Dolph Lundgren and Brandon Lee.This actually happens in it...


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