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types of movies do you prefer? Discuss these categories and explain your
preferences. I. My idea of a good movie A. What I like about watching movies B.
Favorite types of movie 1. Comedy 2. Action/Adventure 3. Horror C. What I think
about the movie industry II. Comedy A. Believable B. Make me laugh C. Normal
people D. Half Baked, Friday, Dazed and Confused III. Action/Adventure A. Good
story lines B. Good special effects C. Sense of being in the movie D. Rush Hour,
Enter the Dragon, Face Off IV. Horror A. Special effects B. Suspense C.
Antagonist D. Carrie, Exorcist, Seven V. My idea of a great movie A. Why I like
comedy movies B. Why I like action movies C. Why I like horror movies D. Why I
like movies Movies I like different types of movies and I love to watch movies
because they provide a sense of reality in them. I have three favorite types of
movies because I feel like I can get involved with them any time I want. I like
comedy, action/adventure, and horror movies the best out of all the genres of
movies. Comedies are my favorite types of movies for many reasons. One reason is
because they are very believable and could really, for the most part, happen. I
love the way the make me laugh because I feel good when I laugh. The characters
in comedies are very believable because the are just like regular people. Some
example of great comedies are Half Baked, Friday, and Dazed and Confused.
Action/adventure movies are great because they bring a sense of adventure into
life. They have very good story lines that combine real situations with
outrageous circumstances. The special effects are great because it adds emphasis
to the action and story line. Action/Adventure movies are the easiest to get
involved in and feel like I am in the movies. Some examples of Action/Adventure
movies are Rush Hour, Enter the Dragon, and Face Off. Horror movies are another
one of my favorite genres of movies. Special effects are great in horror movies
because the way a person can be turned into a monster very quickly. Horror
movies are very suspenseful and they leave you on the edge of the seat when you
are trying to figure out the killer in the movie. Also, I like horror movies
because of the antagonists are always cast as psychos and the actors play the
parts well. Some examples of horror movies are Carrie, the Exorcist, and Seven.
My idea of a great movie is on that combines comedy, action, adventure, and
horror all into one movie. I love comedies because they make me laugh. I like
action/adventure movies because they are real and outrageous at the same time. I
like horror movies because a little scare is always good. I like movies because
they can take me away from reality.
Topics Related to Good Movie
Film genres, English-language films, Horror film, Comedy film, The Exorcist, Found footage, B movie
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