Tonight, after returning home from a viewing of Episode II, I found my wife watching Pretty Woman. After some banter back and forth, I asked why in the world would she be watching this when we have so many movies she hasn't seen. I was just giving her shit because our tastes are extremely different. However, the gauntlet had been thrown down. So we preceded to go through all "our" movies and count. Here is the breakdown. Total Movies: 117 Brian's movies: 105 Angela's Movies: 12 I know that seems a bit lopsided, but she doesn't have near the affection for cinema the way I do. Plus, many of "my" movies are ones we both love. I was just the one who purchased them, for my own selfish self. Number of movies (of mine) Angela hasn't seen: 37 Number of movies (of hers) I haven't seen: 2 So you see, I think I have a much more open mind than she. While she won't come right out and say she plain just won't watch those 37, we both know that unless I "force" her, she won't watch them. However, I will watch hers, if she wants. I won't watch them on my own, but if we're both together I will watch them with her. However, when trying to pick something out, she will most always pass on my 37. I know what you're thinking, "What's your point?" And Dude, here's my point. We are so different in the area of movies. Sometimes when we do rarely go out to the movies, we will often have to watch our third or fourth choice of movies playing to find one we both agree on. I'm just wondering if anyone here has a spouse or significant other where they are in the same boat. And if so, have you ever managed to turn one to the dark side. No matter how much we watch Princess Bride, she never grows a love for it. She doesn't hate it or dislike it, but she doesn't care all that much for it. On the bright side, I do have her quoting Labyrinth.