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In this movie section, we are going to have discussions about movies that we already saw. This is useful because whenever we come out of a movie theater, we always ask our friends what we thought about the movie. Sometimes, it's a simple answer such as, 'It was alright.' But sometimes, a good discussion can arise from a great movie. Let's get started...
Every time I finish watching a movie, I either ask someone, or someone asks me, "What did you think about the movie?"
For the most part, the answer is a simple one line sentence:"It was alright.""It could have been better.""It was pretty good.""I liked it.""It was entertaining.""It was so stupid I almost fell asleep.""Lame.""Boring.""Too unrealistic."
I can go on for a long time describing movies. I have listed a few so you get an idea how to answer simple movie questions.
Besides simple one line answers, there are a few reasons we need to say other things. It is because either we didn't understand something, want to describe a scene we liked, want to describe a scene that was stupid, or simply go on and on about how great the movie was.