There are many different ways to throw a bowling ball. Some of them graceful, some of them skillful, some of them ... none of the above.
The same three things can be said about our favourite movies, too, right? So let's do what we all know we're destined to do, and compare the two in a fascinating list!
If you'd like to take the time to analyse your own personality type, book a few games at your local AMF Bowling centre and grab some great deals, then compare how you play with the following:
The Grand Budapest Hotel (2014)
If you bowl anything like Wes Anderson's Oscar-winning comedy The Grand Budapest Hotel, you probably do rather well. Perhaps not in the name of points and over all, you know, winningness, but you still have a great time and everybody around you enjoys the game.
Your approach is quick-paced, but as graceful as a swan. You don't falter if you mess it up a little bit, because that's all part of the fun!
The birdmen of Birdman bowling are the ones who come out on top. As Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu swept up Oscars at the 2015 ceremony, so too do you swoop in and gobble up points.
You are not, however, so serious that you can't have a little fun whilst you play. Granted, there is an element of serious to your work, but nobody will come out the other end of a bowling game with you unhappy, even after you trounce them.
Birdemic: Shock and Terror (2010)
Birdemic might not be a recent blockbuster hit, but there are few films in recent existence that embody how many part time bowlers play the sport as well as this one.
Birdemic is arguably one of worst films ever made, especially from a technical standpoint. However, there's certainly no disagreeing that despite how absolutely shockingly poorly a Birdemic bowler throws down the lane, there are smiles and laughs on faces all round - even if they don't believe their eyes.