Which movie would you select to depict your future life (after graduation) and why?

Rosemary Molthan: “The Life and Times of Andy Warhol”? Unsure, but maybe someday there will be one about me.

Caleb Marrs: “2 and a Half Men,” just watch and you’ll know.

Samantha Goodwill: “When Harry Met Sally.”

Sarah Kocol: “Rick and Morty” because they’re always on adventures and having fun.

Austin Fenstermaker: “Up,” so my wife and I will always have fun and adventure through heartbreak and loss.

Abigail Sell: “A Series of Unfortunate Events”; no matter how bad things get, there is a solution.

Taylor Fenstermaker: “Mary Poppins,” because I can just be a singing nanny, have a magic bag, and have Dick van Dyke.

Nathan Wright: “Grown Ups.”

Selena Green: Probably “Christmas Vacation.” My life is always full of adventure and crazy things that happen.

Cristin Rastatter: “Megamind,” and I don’t know why.

Logan Joncas: I don’t know.

Austyn Benninger: “Fast and Furious”

Chloe Anthony: “Voltron”, purely because it would be so cool to be responsible for concept art, but also who doesn’t want to explore space in a huge mechanized cat and eat goo?

Abigail Fralick: “Legally Blonde”; I’m a smarty pants with great style who is going to do great in college.

Jade Beebe: “Legally Blonde.”

Lexi Frisina: “Grown Ups.” I want to keep in touch with all my friends, get together, and not act like grown ups.

Jade McElravy: None.

Sierra Geer: “The Road to El Dorado”

Alexis Hasbrouck: “God’s Not Dead” because I want to tell people about God in whatever I do and become in life.

Amand Gjertsen: “Monty Python and The Holy Grail.”

Nate Davies: The Facebook movie because I plan on taking over and making the site actually good.

Caelin Silvis: Either “The Sandlot” or “School of Rock.”