Thursday, November 18, 2010

Day 49: How to Memorize Movie Dialogue

Need a short-cut way to memorize movie dialogue that involves maximum fun?! Want to know when you have satisfactorily memorized the dialogue? Here's my sister's method:

Step 1: Pick the DVD of your choosing. My sister chose "Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone" as picturized above.

Step 2: Watch select scenes/the entire DVD over, and over, and over again. In order to ensure the maximum effectiveness of Step 2, you must be sure to a) rewind and forward scenes multiple times, and b) remove the disc during play mode in as rough a fashion as possible (nails hitting data side of disc and data side scratching over the DVD compartment itself are preferable).

Step 3: Repeat process until your select DVD is scratched to no end, and until it is virtually impossible to go through a scene without pixelated frustration that resembles "YouTube Poop."

By following these three simple steps of the My Younger Sister Method, you will have a clear indicator of your level of dialogue memorization. By the time your disc looks like this one, you'll know the whole movie by heart, GUARANTEED!

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