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Old 01-18-2002, 04:24 AM   #1
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favourite movie genre?

hehe another poll

Mine would be thrillers.
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Old 01-18-2002, 04:41 AM   #2
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Old 01-18-2002, 05:39 AM   #3
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drama, good historical flicks, film noir...satire
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anything made in Hungary

I like foreign films too - nothing like reading a good film.

Although i suspect salome is talking about a particular genre of hungarian films.



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I suppose I'm a bit of an escapist. I like SF, fantasy and the occasional animated film. I am also a big Dogme fan.
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I love humourous flicks/ thrillers
ooh and i like foreign films(ive seen a lot of these recently due to studying french and spanish)
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Hmmm i don't know...depends on each movie-i don't think i have a fave movie genre.

Though i am tired of those "shoot-em-all, blood-all-over-the-screen" action movies.

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Typically, I love "indie" films because many of them cannot be categorized as any given genre. (So, if I had to pick a description - it would be "dramedy," and that's a silly word!! )

I love foreign films.

I do NOT like romantic comedies.
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Typically, I love "indie" films because many of them cannot be categorized as any given genre. (So, if I had to pick a description - it would be "dramedy," and that's a silly word!! )

I love foreign films.

I do NOT like romantic comedies.
Romantic Comedy is an oxymoron.
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comedy 4 sure

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the main thing is : if you really like and enjoy the film yourself
The time , genre , color etc doesn't matter
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although I watched "28 days" this afternoon and was totally moved by it. Been recommending it to anything that appeared to have ears this evening. Not sure what genre it was. I laughed and cried
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Romantic Comedy is an oxymoron.
quite right. I was using the technical term for those crap fests, however.
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