Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney's favorite film happens to be the millennium year blockbuster, 'O Brother, Where Art Thou?', according to senior adviser Kevin Madden.
Madden made the revelation about Romney after traveling in a long flight with him.
"Yesterday, since it was a little bit of a longer flight, we were all having this big discussion about what our favorite movies are. And literally, it was like an hour-and-a-half conversation with everybody shouting out movies and shouting out movie lines," Politico quoted Madden, as saying.
"But you know, you can only have so many, 'O Brother, Where Art Thou?' lines shouted at you by the governor," he added.
According to the report, Romney is spending lots of time on his laptop, reading a lot and keeping a journal. A coterie of close friends and key players from the high command in Boston have also joined the former Massachusetts governor on the plane for the last two days of the campaign.
"We wanted to move on to other movies and other lines. 'Diner' was a consensus pick yesterday for everybody else, in case you were wondering. And 'Anchorman' lines were pretty plentiful," he added. (ANI)