Movie Mania Wednesdays

By: MLL Communications, June 12, 2013

Movie Mania Wednesdays

Welcome to Wednesday!  If it’s Wednesday it’s must be’s Movie Mania time!  Sit back and get ready for your chance to learn a bit more about your favorite Major League Lacrosse players.  In today’s Movie Mania we shine MLL’s spotlight on the Denver Outlaws attackman Jeremy Boltus.


MLL:                      What is your favorite movie of all time? 

Boltus:                  Tropic Thunder

MLL:                      What is in your DVD Collection?

Boltus:                  Pitch Perfect, Tropic Thunder, The Fighter, Batman Trilogy, Wedding Crashers

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

Boltus:                  Don't really watch movies on Netflix, I am waiting for the next line of episodes of Breaking Bad to be released on Netflix.  Heisenberg will get you addicted

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

Boltus:                  Saving Silverman.  A very good laugh for the first time in theaters

MLL:                      What’s your favorite movie quote?

Boltus:                  Any quote that comes out of the mouth of Les Grossman from Tropic Thunder

MLL:                      What’s your favorite sports movie?

Boltus:                  Cinderella Man

MLL:                      Who is your favorite actress?

Boltus:                  Jennifer Anniston...always and forever

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

Boltus:                  Jeremy Piven. Same first name and can’t get enough of Ari Gold's comedy

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

Boltus:                  Jon Voight from Varsity Blues would be the perfect Coach Stags..."LETS GO, LETS GO!"

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

Miracle vs Remember the Titans

Boltus:                  Miracle. The sprinting scene reminds me of an everyday practice back at Army