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1. Do you like to watch films?
2. Do you prefer foreign films or Chinese films?
3. How often do you go to a cinema or watch a movie?
4. Do Chinese people like to go to a cinema to watch a film?
5. What kinds of movies do you like best?
6. What was the first film that you watched?
7. Do you like watching films?
8. Do you prefer foreign films or Indian films?
9. How often do you visit cinema for watching films?
10. How do people in your country react to cinema?
11. What genre of movies do you really prefer?
12. Which genre of movies do you try to avoid?
13. Which was the first movie that you watched?
14. What is your opinion on the people who blindly follow their favourite superstars?
No, not really... If I have some free time, I'd rather read an interesting book... Books leave us a lot of space for imagination, while in movies everything is spelled out for us... That's why I find films boring.
Quite often, to be honest... I like catching the latest movies with my friends, so we go to the cinema almost every week. I especially like action movies and sci-fi films.
I’m really into watching films because some films are very entertaining and provoking. I sometimes go to cinema with my friends and family to enjoy our leisure time in the weekends.
Well, if I were to choose between the two, I will probably go with the foreign films, especially the Hollywood films because most of them are well-acted, with lots of charismatic celebrities and always are enormous box-office hit; whereas you know, the Chinese films are almost low-budget, so they are not as attractive as their American counterparts.
I go to cinema to watch movies from time to time. Normally if I’m not busy with my work, I’ll check out the movies to see whether there are any movies that attract me; but if I have lots of things on my hands, I’ll probably focus on my work.
It’s kind of hard to say but people that I know around me tend to like watching movies in the cinema, but maybe for others, they just prefer stay at home and watch TV programmes.
As for me, I like the drama films the best because sometimes they just tell simple but warm and heartfelt stories with provoking endings, which would touch on my deepest emotions.
The first film that I watched was the The Lion King many years ago in the cinema with my parents. What I can remember now is the terrific animation and the amazing soundtrack. I particularly liked the song Can You Feel the Love Tonight that I knew it was produced by Elton John later. And I’d learned lessons from this movies. It was about living up to our responsibilities, no matter how hard it is.part I.
I do love watching films, but I am not a film maniac. So, you will not find me every Friday standing outside any of the theatres looking for movies. Or for that matter, watching old movies on television or internet 24/7. Whenever a movie of great story does come in, say for example, barfi or an inspiring film like Chak De, I do go and watch them.
I love watching both, the only thing that matters is that the story should be good. I like watching films in which you get your answers for leading a beautiful life. This does not certainly means I love motivational movies. but then even a romcom can teach you so much. So, for me the story matters, every thing else is secondary,
For most part, I like watching films at my home under by blanket. But, when there are lot of my friends going out, I do company them. However, this does not happen very often. So, one can say, if the movie is really nice and we all friends want to have some fun together, we go to cinema.
Oh! People in my country love cinema and it certainly plays a very important role in our lives. There are so many people who take advance tickets to watch films of their favourite starts. Also, there are people who would just bare standing in lines for the one ticket to watch a film. You could hear claps and then fights taking place or the teary eyes. So, yes people in my country do love cinema and feel connected to it.
i love romantic movies the most. For me, the emotion love is the most important emotion of all and I love it when two people fall in love with each other. Some of my favourite romantic movies have been, What happens in vegas, Notebook, crazy stupid love. But, apart from romantic movies, I also like watching comedy movies and sometimes the motivational movies, the ones based on true life incidents.
I really don’t like horror movies. Not primarily, because I get terrified but because I think movies are there to make you feel relaxed. For me, horror movies, give so much of emotion and excitement that it seems as if some work has been done.
The first time I watched an entire movie was Stuart Little Our school took the students who had subscribed to the newspaper to a movie hall. For us, most of the class had subscribed. So, the entire class of VI B, that was my section, went to watch the movie in a cinema hall. It was an amazing experience, not only because it was the first time I was watching a movie but because with people I enjoy my school days.
In my opinion, blindly following superstars is like living in a falsehood. Because, when a person blindly starts following the other person, they somehow forget that they are individuals and they have their own identity. Their circumstances and people around are different from their superstars, leading them to a black hole from where it gets tough getting out.
action-packed: full of action.
My brother loves action-packed movies. Probably that's why his favourite film is "Terminator".
addictive: a book or film that you quickly become addicted to.
"Harry Potter" series by Joanne Rowling are so addictive! I couldn't stop after the first book and read all volumes.
creepy: producing a sensation of uneasiness or fear, scary.
Noah finds Stephen King's stories creepy.
dreary: gloomy or depressing.
I can't stand dramas, thrillers and other dreary movies.
entertaining: funny and enjoyable.
Comedies are very entertaining.
futuristic: telling about the future.
"Star Wars" movie is futuristic and dynamic.
heartbreaking: that breaks your heart and evokes sad emotions.
When my aunt watched "Titanic" she cried all day! It's such a heartbreaking film.
inspirational: evoking inspiration.
intense: a book or film loaded with actions and emotions that evokes strong feelings.
The play's plot was very intense. Just a minute after a couple had a quarrel in the forest, the secret lover appeared and started a fire-fight.
tear-jerking: tragic, making you cry.
My sister is very emotional. I would rather watch a comedy with her than a tear-jerking movie!
thought-provoking: a book or film that makes you think of new ideas or that changes your attitude to something.
Ray Bradbury's novel "Fahrenheit 451" is deeply thought-provoking. I had to rethink my attitude to legislation and censorship after I read it.
action movie: film with fast moving scenes, often containing violence.
Last week I saw a great action movie with my brother at our local movie theatre.
bedtime reading: a book you read in your bed before going to sleep.
I'm really addicted to books! I can't even fall asleep without an hour of bedtime reading.
box office hit: a very successful movie, in terms of money.
The new movie might be a box office hit, but I didn't like it at all.
e-reader: a gadget for reading books.
My e-reader broke a few days ago, so now I'll need to fix it or buy a new one.
from cover to cover: from the first page to the last.
I am a slow reader so it takes me a lot of time to read a book from cover to cover.
hardcover: a book with hard cover. Opposite to softcover.
My friend gave me a hardcover book as a present for my birthday.
page turner: a book which is so good that you cannot stop reading it.
My sister recommended me a great book. It was such a page turner that I read it in one day!
plot: a storyline of a book or film.
intricate plot: a very complex, labyrinthine plot.
The famous Leo Tolstoy's novel "War and Peace" has a very intricate plot. It tells a story of five different families and comprises of 4 volumes.
subordinate plot (subplot): a plot that is related to, but less important than the main plot of a story.
Ernest Hemingway's novel "The Sun Also Rises" tells a love story of a man and a woman. However, the book involves many subordinate plots that raise questions about physical and spiritual affinity, trans-racial relationships and anti-Semitism.
threadbare plot: a simple, primitive plot.
The movie's plot was threadbare, but cutely disarming in its own way.
unravelling of the plot: the way in which a story develops over time.
I first thought Jack London's novel "Martin Eden" to be pretty straightforward. However, the plot unravelled in a very unpredicted way.
don't judge a book by its cover: a metaphorical phrase which means "you shouldn't judge someone or something by its appearance alone".
When I first met Sam I didn't find him handsome. But, as people say, don't judge a book by its cover. He turned out to be the most interesting person I've ever met and we married soon!
to catch the latest movie: to see a movie that has just come out.
We need to hurry up if we want to catch the latest movie.
to flick through: to look quickly through a book.
I flicked through my notes to prepare for the exam as didn't have time to study properly.
to know like a book: to know something extremely well.
I live in this city for my whole life and I know it like a book.
to read between the lines: to understand the hidden meaning about something.
When I broke up with my girlfriend, I didn't want anyone to know that. But Tom saw us in the different corners of the classroom and read everything between the lines. He's very discerning.