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Interview with a MovieFlosser: Raymundo Ortiz

Interview with a MovieFlosser: Raymundo Ortiz


Hello and welcome back to another fun round of Interview with a MovieFlosser! In this round we speak to Raymundo Ortiz one of our many comic-book loving, thrill seeking writers who brings an interesting perspective to our team. Although Raymundo Ortiz has only been a contributor and writer for MovieFloss for less than a year his impact on our team and his willingness to review anything and everything will not be overlooked.

The Basics

Raymundo OrtizName: Raymundo Ortiz Jr

Age: 24

Most Recent Movie Review: X-Men: Apoclypse and Money Monster

Favorite Genre: Drama and Action

Favorite Writers: Quentin Tarantino, Francis Ford Coppola

Favorite Directors: Quentin Tarantino, Alejando González Iñárritu, Stanley Kubrick, and Peter Jackson

Best Male Actor: Denzel Washington

Best Female Actor: Jodie Foster

godfatherFavorite Film: The Godfather

Your favorite movie line: “We’ve known each other many years, but this is the first time you ever came to me for counsel or for help. I can’t remember the last time that you invited me to your house for a cup of coffee, even though my wife is godmother to your only child. But let’s be frank here. You never wanted my friendship. And, uh, you were afraid to be in my debt.” Don Vito Corleone I like this entire scene that introduces us to The Godfather, it is iconic. But I like these particular lines because it shows us the darker side of The Don’s dealings.

Getting to Know You

Diego Luna

In the film of your life who would play you? Diego Luna

In the film of your life what scene/embarrassing moment would you not want filmed? Nothing, but I wouldn’t watch the movie.

Name a movie you would like to recast with any actor/actresses on the planet : Recast April O’Niel in the new Teenage Muntant Ninja Turtles, I don’t know with who, any ideas?

What is your go to movie time snack? Keep it classic with Popcorn

Drive In or Couch Potato? I would rather be in the comfort of my home.

If you could have a movie re-made tomorrow exactly the way you wanted it to be made what movie would that be and why? The Last Airbender, I would adapt it to be truer to the actual animated series that is beloved by its fans. But I would also have it be a bit darker than the cartoon itself. Reason is because it was horribly adapted by M. Night Shyamalan, he destroyed the essence of the series’ mythos.

The Nitty-Gritty

Who would you want your onscreen kiss to be with? Emma Watson looks like she would be the best on-screen kisser.

The film that was ruined by M. Night-Shamalyan
The film that was ruined by M. Night-Shamalyan

What movie do you wish you could erase from your memory because it was terrible? The Last Airbender or Dragon Ball Evolution I wish I could erase because both destroyed franchises that I love.

What movie do you wish you could re-watch as if it was the first time you had ever seen it? The Godfather because I saw it at too young of an age to completely appreciate it, so I wish I could redo that viewing experience.

What is your go to theater seat? Right in the middle of the theater so I don’t have to turn my neck up and I can see the entire screen comfortably

What actor from the TV sphere of acting needs to transition to the silver screen? The current Flash (Grant Gustin)  needs to be the DCU’s Flash! We don’t need a recast.

What movie are you most excited to see? Suicide Squad

“Why would you re-cast me? Look at me I’m adorable.”

What casting ensemble would be your HAVE TO SEE? Anything that would have Dwayne The Rock Johnson, Denzel Washington, Samuel L Jackson, Scarlett Johansson, and Jessica Alba.

What movies do you avoid at the theater? None, I would see any if I had the time and money.

Do you have a movie genre that you secretly or not so secretly love even though everyone you know hates it? Chick flicks, they are a guilty pleasure of mine.

Bonus Round

Favorite Curse Word: Fuck

Favorite Word: My name Raymundo

Least favorite word: Can’t think of one

If the pearly gates exist what would you like god to say as he lets you in: Welcome home and you don’t have duty, military friends will understand the reference.


Thank you for joining us for another round of Interview with a MovieFlosser we hope you enjoy getting to spend time learning more about our team and gaining insights to their perspectives and motives when it comes to reviewing.

Natasha Paiva Natasha Paiva is a San Diego native born and raised along the shores of Ocean Beach and hills of Point Loma. Natasha is a graduate of San Diego State University with a degree in English Literature, California currently she writes in her free time while working full time for a tech company. She hopes to one day see one of her scripts produced into a film, or one of her books published.