Movie Mania Wednesdays

By: MLL Communications, May 08, 2013

Movie Mania Wednesdays

It’s time for’s Movie Mania Wednesday!  It’s your chance to learn a bit more about your favorite Major League Lacrosse players.  In today’s Movie Mania we shine the spotlight on the New York Lizards Face Off Specialist Greg  Gurenlian.


MLL:                      What is your favorite movie of all time? 

Gurenlian:          Rocky.  Greatest movie of all time. It's ranked.

MLL:                      What is in your DVD Collection?

Gurenlian:          Top 5:  Rambo, Green Mile, Shawshank Redemption, Forrest Gump, The Notebook.                                      Go ahead, judge me.

MLL:                      What’s the next movie in your Netflix queue?

Gurenlian:          Since NetFlix only has movies from 1978, I only use it to watch "House of Cards" with Kevin Spacey.  That show is EPIC.

MLL:                      What is the first movie that you ever saw in a movie theater?

Gurenlian:          I believe it was Lion King.  It was an emotional thrill ride.

MLL:                      What’s your favorite movie quote?

Gurenlian:          "Hope is kindle." - Gandalf "Return of the King"

MLL:                      What’s your favorite sports movie?

Gurenlian:          Ooo The Replacements.  Football, comedy, gorgeous supporting actress. 

MLL:                      Who is your favorite actress?

Gurenlian:          All-time? Jaime Pressley (wowzers). But right now I think Melissa McCarthy is hilarious.

MLL:                      If they made a movie about your life, who would play you?

Gurenlian:          Will Smith....obviously.

MLL:                      If they made a movie about your team, who would play your coach?

Gurenlian:          Sylvester Stallone.  Because, it's my dream so I get what I want.

MLL:                      Movie Face-Off – Which do you like better and why?

Kingpin vs The Big Lebowski

Gurenlian:          Instinct is to say Kingping because Bill Murray is the Greatest of all time.  But John Goodman deserves an Oscar for life after Big Lebowski.