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Genre

Title of the movie

1

Action, War




2

Action,Adventure




3

Animation




4

Comedy




5

Epic (history)




6

Horror




7

Musical




8

Romance




9

Science fiction




10

Western




11

Silent




12

Drama



Part 1: IDENTIFYING MOVIE GENRES

TALK


Ask your neighbour,short answer requested.

Are you a movie buff?

What kind of movies do you like ? (look at the list below)

What’s your favorite movie?

What’s the last movie you saw? Where did you see it ?(at home, on TV, it w a DVD/at the cinema/US: movie theater)

Observe the following dialogue and try to do the same with your partner.Pick up a movie from the list below.

A:Have you heard of Fame ? B:Yes I have, I think it’s a musical movie.

A:Have you seen it ? B:-No I haven’t, not yet but I think I will, I think it’s worth seeing.

-No, I haven’t and I don’t want to see it, I hate musical movies!

- Yes, I have and I didn’t like it.

With your partner, match the movies you just talked about with their genre.( write your answers in the first chart.)


Excalibur

Shrek

Titanic

2012

Apocalypse Now

Once upon a time in the West;

Fame

Alien

The Kid

Into the Wild

Mr Bean’s Holiday

Die Hard

Document pour rétroprojection: pour aidez aux exercices de classification ou en “rebrassage du vocabulaire”







Practise and memorize vocabulary. Answer without looking at the list.

Exercise 1:In what kind of movie do you expect to find:

1

Stunts and chases, floods,fires,explosions, natural disasters




2

Jokes, light plot,over exaggerated situations




3

Mythic,legendary,heroic figures,costumes




4

Special effects




5

pistols,dusty towns,horses,cowboys,indians




6

Helicopters,planes,helmets,uniforms,guns




Exercise 2:Play on line: match film genres and definitions:

http://www.hkedcity.net/article/ec-wat-reviews/1/

Same exercise if you cannot have internet access.

1

a movie without real people- another word for a cartoon

A

Silent

2

an old movie,often in black and white

B

Sci-Fi

3

a movie with cowboys and indians,usually set in America

C

Comedy

4

a movie with lots of songs and dancing

D

Romance

5

a movie that is very frightening

E

Thriller

6

a movie involving the police

F

Animation

7

a movie set in the future

G

Action

8

a movie that is factual

H

Drama

9

a movie that will make you laugh a lot

I

Western

10

a movie that keeps you on the edge of your seat as you’re not sure what will happen next

J

Horror

11

a movie with a love story

K

musical

Listen

Listen to these short soundtrack extracts and tick the genre you think the movie is. The sountrack is a very important part of a movie.



Pistes 1à 7 (CD)

Genre




Genre

Extract #1

Sci-fi animation  drama

Extract #6

war animation  drama

Extract #2

comedy epic  horror

Extract #7

drama romance  horror

Extract #3

epic silent war







Extract #4

Sci-fi animation  action







Extract #5

romance western  comedy







Part 2: Identifying what we like and dislike in a movie

The genre:

Listening : http://www.esl-lab.com/like1/like1.htm

Exercice online (Randal’s web)



What about you ?What kind of movies do you like ?

The plot,the characters,spécial effects…

Exercise 1: Listening Comprehension :WHAT KIND of MOVIES do you like?

(CD Piste 8) http://www.elllo.org/english/0551/574-Nitya-Movie.html

Listen to Todd first, then listen to Nitiya.




Todd

genre

…………….

……………….. (adj. used:……………..)



Important things about a movie

special effects good dialogue

 good writing

good actors







Nitiya

What is Nitiya’s nationality?

What kind of film do you think she fancies? (= likes)

Listen to her answer.


genre

……………….

……………….






Important things about a movie

special effects imagination

 factual

different from reality: fantasy





Titles mentionned

……………………..

……………………..






LISTEN again and READ the script : check your answers. (+ traduis les parties soulignées)

Nitiya: OK, so something about fun, actually what kind of movies do you like?

Todd: Um, well, let's see, I like. I love comedy movies, and for me the most important thing about a movie is, does it have good dialog, does it have good writing, so I don't care about special effects, and stuff like that. It just doesn't interest me, and actually I don't like big Hollywood movies (OK) I think they're terrible.

Nitiya: Terrible!

Todd: Yeah. (OK) What kind of movies do you like?

Nitiya: I guess a lot of adventure, like the movie like "Star Gate" and The beach" and, and "The Beach" was not good but, I like something which is so different, something which is about the universe, or something which is about rockets and stuff like that.

Todd: So you like movies that re quire... (detective movies also)... and what?

Nitiya: Detective.

Todd: Oh, detective movies. (Yeah) So you like movies that require imagination?

Nitiya: Exactly.

Listen to Tennesse: (CD:piste 9) http://www.elllo.org/english/0001/035-David-Movies.htm

1) Does he like going to the movies ? a) not very much b) a lot

2) What kind of movies does he like?

a) Action b) Comedy c) Most genres
3) What does he look for in a movie ?

A good ……………… and good ………………..

4) What's a movie that he really liked?



a) Pirates of the Carribean b) Lord of the Rings c) Matrix
5) Did he read the books?

a) Yes,recently b) A long time ago c) No,not yet
6) What is the last movie he saw?

a) Lord of the Rings b) Pirates of the Carribean c) Matrix
7) Was it any good?

a) Yes,very b) Not at all c) It wasn't bad

script :


Todd: Alright, Tennessee, you were talking about how you like movies.

Tenn: Yes, I'm a big movie buff.

Todd: OK. What kind of movies do you like?

Tenn: I kind of like, I kind of like most genres of movies, it's just, what I look for is a good story and good characters is the main thing...so even if I like the genre, if like wether it be science fiction or historical drama, if the, if the story isn't good then, then I, I don't like it at all.

Todd: OK. Off the top of your head, what's a movie that you really liked?

Tenn: Well, the Lord Of the Rings they've been doing, I really have enjoyed.

Todd: Uh-huh.

Tenn: They did a good job.

Todd: Did you read the books?

Tenn: Oh, yes! It was one of the first adult books I read when I was in elementary school.

Todd: OK, well, what is the last movie you saw?

Tenn: The last movie I saw, Pirates of the Carribean.

Todd: OK. Was it any good?

Tenn: Ah, it wasn't bad.

Todd: It wasn't bad.

Tenn: Yeah !

Todd: Alright, thanks a lot.

Tenn: I like pirates.

Todd: You like pirates. What? You like pirates!

Tenn: Oh, yeah! You know, when you're a kid, pirates is the thing to be.

Todd: Yeah!

Tenn: "Yo-ho-ho and a bottle of rum!"

Todd: OK. Alright. Thanks Tennessee.

Tenn: OK.

Speak What kind of movies do you like ?

Action: Movies with lots of fighting, shooting, exploding, etc.
"I like action movies because they are fast paced."

"Action movies are my favorite."

"I like all the action movies with a lot of guns.

I like fight scenes ."
Drama: Everyone knows drama. Like Titanic and Schindler's List
"I like all sorts of drama."

"I like movies that play with my emotion."

"Drama movies are great because they are the most realistic."

"The sad drama movies that make me cry."



Part 3: Going out to catch a movie, or to rent a DVD.

A/Inviting someone to do something

http://www.bbc.co.uk/worldservice/learningenglish/multimedia/london/unit3/listen1.shtml

Before you listen:



Language tips – vocabulary :

a bite to eat – food "my treat" - "i'll pay"

what's on - here, the films that are showing
Listen to John and Fiona: Match beginnings and endings :

We could go and see a film

How about going out for a bite to eat

Why don’t we go and see a band

Answer: Did they agree on where to go and what to do ?

Remember: Making suggestions


"Let's (Let's + base form.)

"How about (How about + -ing ?)

"We could (We could + base form.)

"Why don't we (Why don't we + base form?)

Practise :SPEAK :

Exercise (pair work)

A trouver dans 1 manuel

B/Deciding on what film to see : http://www.bbc.co.uk/worldservice/learningenglish/multimedia/london/unit3/listen2.shtml

Listen to John and Fiona : Tick the words you hear :

1.Fiona : So, what kind of film do you like fancy want seing ?

2.John :  It’s up to you  I dont mind  you choose , but nothing too sentimental  soppy  sad

3.Fiona : we could go to « The Prince Charles »  Cinema   theater?

4.John : Yeah,it’s  quite  rather really cheap there. What’s on ?

5.Fiona :Hang on.Oh ! Taxi Driver, the Scorsese film with De Niro.

6.John : Oh, I saw that years ago. It ends in a bit of a blood bath.

7.Fiona : I want to see something that will make me cry laugh terrified

8.John : Well, let’s see the new Hugh Grant film, it’s a sci-fi horror  comedy.

Useful Adjectives for Describing Movies : First work with your teacher to put together adjectives which have very similar meanings /try to find their opposites and then Order them into positive and négative.

first-rate(excellent/brillant) ; comical ; thought provoking (qui fait réfléchir) ; Absorbing (prenant ; unpretentious ; Hilarious ; Corny (de la guimauve, cucul) ; stupid; charming ; Riveting(captivant) ; uninteresting ; powerful, Boring(ennuyeux) ; original ; Clever(intelligent) ; violent ; dated(démodé) ; tender ; Flat (sans intérêt) ; brutal ; funny ; imaginative ; second-rate(médiocre ; Disappointing(décevant) ; Entertaining(divertissant) ; Action-paked ; Distasteful (répugnant); Static (lent,il ne se passe rien) ; silly ; surprising ; fascinating ; third-rate(of very poor quality) ; bloody ; Bleak (sinistre) ; disgusting ; pleasant ; Thrilling(palpitant) ; Ordinary(banal) ;bland (fade)



Positive
































































Negative









































































Correction :

Positive

first-rate(excellent/brillant)=

Powerful

Clever(intelligent)=

Imaginative

Original=

Action-paked =

Tender

Charming

Absorbing =(prenant)

Fascinating=

Riveting(captivant)=

Thrilling(palpitant)=

Comical

Funny

Hilarious

Surprising=




thought provoking (qui fait réfléchir)=

Pleasant =

Entertaining(divertissant)

Unpretentious

Negative

second-rate(médiocre)

third-rate(of very poor quality)=

Uninteresting

Flat (sans intérêt)

Static (lent,il ne se passe rien)

Boring(ennuyeux)

Silly

Stupid

Corny (de la guimauve, cucul)

Disgusting

Distasteful (répugnant)=

Dated(démodé)=

weak

Bland (fade)

Ordinary(banal)

Predictable(prévisible)

Disappointing(décevant)=

Bland (=flat)

Brutal

Violent

Bloody

Bleak (sinistre)=

Dreadful (épouventable)




SPEAK : Role playing

Jouez les rôles de Fiona et John 3 fois de suite en remplacant les éléments soulignés par :

1. Rien à changer.

2. violent / static /ordinary

3.How about going/ why don’t we/let’s go

4. Rien à changer

5. 2012 _Roland Emmerich _ John Cusack / Once upon a time in the West- Sergio Leone- Charles Bronson/

The Kid- Charlie Chaplin – Charlie Chaplin

6. I hate sci –fi !/ I don’t like Westerns / I’m not keen on sillent movies

7. entertaining / riveting /clever and thought provoking

8. Jim Carrey :Scrooge Christmas Carol _ cartoon / Anthony Hopkins : The silence of the Lambs _ thriller /Sean Penn : Into the wild- drama

HOW TO READ REVIEWS?

1/The first paragraph of a movie review usually includes the following elements



  • a short summary of the movie including its genre

  • Information about the director and important stars

  • A comparison to a similar movie

Read them and comment about each with your partner

Movie name :

War of the Worlds

Genre :

Science fiction

Director :

Steven Spielberg

Main Actors :

Tom Cruise

Comparison movie :

Independence Day



Movie name :

The Proposal

gloria0210

2009-10-27



Genre :

Romance, comedy

Director :

Anne Fletcher

Main Actors :

Sandra Bullock, Ryan Reynolds

Comparison movie :

the devil wears prada

 

 

Movie name :

Fame

Kate

2009-10-27



Genre :

Comedy,Drama,Family,Musical,Romance

Director :

Kevin Tancharoen

Main Actors :

Kay Panabaker,Naturi Naughton

Comparison movie :

Fame,1980

 

 

Movie name :

Final Destination

Antoinette Sung

2009-06-28



Genre :

horror

Director :

James Wong

Main Actors :

Devon Sawa,Kerr Smith,Seann W Scott,Ali Larter

Comparison movie :

Final Destination 2

2/The second paragraph of a movie review is usually a short summary of the plot .

Plot Summary : 'Final Destination' is a horror movie.Main Character Alex who has super powers and his six classmates go to Paris by plane.Before the plane flies Alex foresees their plane will crash out,but the pilot and other passengers don't believe what Alex says,and they expel Alex and his six classmates out of the plane.The plane really crash out ,and no one survive. Alex 's classmates start dying with mystery .Alex found out that the Death has it's own plan .Alex tried to disturb the Death's plan ,to prevent other survivors keep dying.This movie will make your every second with fear and trepidation.

3/The last part of the review gives an overall opinion about the movie, try to spot the positive and negative phrases and words.It can end by clear recommendation.

Read through this movie reviews and spot the positive ones. How many?Which number?

Decide from what you have read if you will go and see it.



Final Destination 2 Reviews

1/Shawn McKenziewhen I saw the trailers for Final Destination 2, I figured this one was going to be one of the exceptions.I was not disappointed.

2/ilmcritic.com Norm Schrager "...generally bland...
3/E! Online "You might get spooked, you'll cringe a bit, and you'll definitely laugh at how silly it is

4/Los Angeles Times Kevin Thomas "...less philosophical than the original, but it's just as intelligent."
5/ReelViews James Berardinelli "Without characters or a coherent plot, why bother?"
6/USA Today Claudia Puig "...repulsive..."

EXERCICES
Class work (homework first)



Make three movie riddles using the clues in the boxes. Read your movie riddles to the class (or your group) and they will try to guess your movies. Wait until all five clues have been read before guessing.



Movie

_________________________________

(Movie Title: Keep this a secret)






















Clue #1

It’s a _____________________________.

(Genre)




Clue #2

It takes place __________________________________.

(Setting)




Clue #3

___________________ is in it.

(Actor)




Clue #4

It’s about _____________________________________

(Plot)







_____________________________________________







Clue #5

In the end, ____________________________________

_____________________________________________



(Climax)






Sample Conversation:

The Film Festival






THE KID


BRIDE AND PREJUDUDICE

PRIVATE RYAN

The film festival is on town. Find out as many details about the movie as you can. Write the details down in the table below:





A: Do you want to do something tonight?

B: Sure. What do you feel like doing?

A: Well, the film festival is in town. And I’m in the mood for seeing a movie. How does that sound?

(= I fancy seeing)

B: We could go for a movie. What’s on?

A: ‘Attack from Planet Q’ is playing at the Odeon theatre.

B: What’s that about?

A: It’s a sci-fi about aliens who invade China.

It takes place along the Great Wall during the Ming Dynasty.



B: Who’s in it?

A: It’s starring Will Smith. He plays a palace guard who uncovers an alien plot to kill the Emperor.

B: What do the critics say about it?

A: The critics say it’s frightening and entertaining. It won ‘Best Film’ at the Cannes Film Festival.

B: OK. Let’s see that.































Title














Genre













Plot













Setting













Actor/

Character















Critics/

Awards














































Director: Gurinder Chadha

Writers:

Jane Austen (novel)

Paul Mayeda Berges (writer)

Release Date:

11 February 2005 (USA) more



Genre:

Comedy | Drama | Musical | Romance

Tagline: Bollywood meets Hollywood... And it's a perfect match

Plot: Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice gets a Bollywood treatment. |

Awards: 4 nominations

Runtime: 107 min | 111 min (English version) | 122 min (Hindi version)

Country: UK | USA

Language: English | Hindi | Punjabi | Spanish

Color: Color (Technicolor)
Reviews

Bollywood meets Hollywood – fantastic !

OK, if you don't like people breaking into song unexpectedly, don't go see this movie - let me just say that upfront!

I went to see this re-work of my favourite novel and thought it would be atrocious and envisaged walking out of the theatre in disgust in advance. What I got was an explosion of colour and music, Bollywood style, and sure some of the songs were pretty awful, but hey, there were a few terrible numbers in Grease too, and I still love that movie!

The lead players were all virtually unknown to me but they were perfect in their roles. The role of Lalita (the Elizabeth role in the original book) was perfectly cast - she was beautiful and she really held the whole movie together. And Martin Henderson was perfect as the American version of the disdainful Mr Darcy, this time Mr Will Darcy.

Go and see this film if you are open to something new - it really is quite a faithful re-work of the story, and it is very entertaining.

The only people who won't enjoy this are people who hate musicals with a passion, or people who are purists to the original.

If you liked Chicago, then you can definitely enjoy this one too. (That also had some dodgy old songs, but the story carried you past those parts!)

Bring on the Bollywood!
Director: Steven Spielberg

Writer: Robert Rodat (written by)

Release Date: 24 July 1998 (USA)

Genre: Action | Drama | War

Tagline:In the Last Great Invasion of the Last Great War,

The Greatest Danger for Eight Men was Saving... One.



Plot:

Following the Normandy Landings, a group of US soldiers go behind enemy lines to retrieve a paratrooper whose brothers have been killed in action. full summary | full synopsis



Plot Keywords:

General | Invasion | Normandy | 1944 | Soldier

Awards:

Won 5 Oscars. Another 52 wins & 53 nominations



Runtime: 170 min

REVEWS

This is one of the greatest movies ever made. more (2053 total)




Director: Charles Chaplin

Writer: Charles Chaplin (writer)

Contact:

View company contact information for The Kid on IMDbPro.



Release Date: 6 February 1921 (USA) more

Genre: Comedy | Drama | Family more

Tagline:

This is the great film he has been working on for a whole year more



Plot:

The Tramp cares for an abandoned child, but events put that relationship in jeopardy. full summary | add synopsis



Runtime:

68 min | 50 min (1971 edit with new Chaplin score) | Germany:54 min



Country: USA

Color: Black and White

Sound Mix:

Mono (new music score) (1971) | Silent

REVIEWS

A Must-See Silent Comedy, 4 March 2002

Author: Snow Leopard from Ohio

While perhaps not as celebrated now as some of Chaplin's later features, "The Kid" is an excellent achievement and a thoroughly enjoyable film. Charlie and young Jackie Coogan make an entertaining and unforgettable pair, and there is a lot of good slapstick plus a story that moves quickly and makes you want to know what will happen. Chaplin also wrote a particularly good score for this one, and most of the time the music sets off the action very nicely.

While it's a fairly simple story, this is one of Chaplin's most efficiently designed movies. Every scene either is necessary to the plot, or is very funny for its own sake, or both. Except for Chaplin and Coogan, most of the other characters (even frequent Chaplin leading lady Edna Purviance) are just there to advance the plot when needed, and the two leads are allowed to carry the show, which they both do extremely well.

"The Kid" is also impressive in that, while the story is a sentimental one, it strikes an ideal balance, maintaining sympathy for the characters while never overdoing it with the pathos, which Chaplin occasionally lapsed into even in some of his greatest movies. Here, the careful balance makes the few moments of real emotion all the more effective and memorable.

This is one of Chaplin's very best movies by any measure. If you enjoy silent comedies, don't miss it.


Across

1. An ________movie is a movie with a lot of fighting and it can

be violent.

3. Someone who likes to help people in need is____________.

5. What word is the simple past of escape? ________________.

9. A ___________is a movie which is funny and it can make us laugh.

12. Ghost movies are_____________.

13. What word is the simple past of meet?_____________

14. Adventure movies are______________.

Down

2. What word is similar to clever?____________

4. What word is the simple past of laugh? _______________

6. ______________is the simple past of save.

7._________ is the simple past tense of fight.

8. Romantic movies are sometimes____________.

10. Someone who is not afraid to do dangerous things is__________.

11. ____________is a movie about American cowboys usually riding

horses quickly and wearing hats.

15. ____________is a movie with animations like Tom and Jerry.


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Word Bank

Action

Comedy

Frightening

Boring

Western

Intelligent

Laughed

Cartoon

Word bank

Helpful

Met

Escaped

Fought

Exciting

Saved

Brave



Movies match



Make and appropriate match between the words in A and those in B.
A B

1. ____ Western a. funny
2. ____Cartoon b. someone in a movie.
3. ____Ghost movies c. clever
4. ____comedy d. exciting
5. ____intelligent e. violent
6. ____action movies f. Cowboys
7. ____Character g. place where we watch movies.

8. ____movie theater h. animation like Mickey mouse.
9. ____Adventure movies i. frightening and full of

horror.


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MOVIES WORDSEARCH

(Beginners to Pre-intermediate vocabulary exercise)



Y K H B J F J L O Q I D O C P C C

K C E J F B R K K I P N N E V A S

C Q I Q G L P I Z F S O S I W O D

V J H H B R A V E O O C O W K A T

M B O E S C A P E N A J E D C B N

J S K L M O U C O P D S W T Q I E

N R C P Z R D W E B T L I P N F G

K C C F X X S D I E L O Y T O R I

A Y V U P S G T R A N E E U L M L

O Y S L X T E N D H Z M G M E C L

G E C O M E D Y D N B H E D U C E

F C O L M T W P U E T B X X R C T

B R W F X D E V A S H L S D C R N

U E C A R T O O N K Y G B I A Z I

I I T H G I F L L Y D S U V L I Q

V F I O D L A U G H Z J U A P L G

W M U X G K F K E T U C A N L Q Y


Find these words in the puzzle

action

fierce

laughed


brave

fight

meet

cartoon

fought

met

comedy

friendly

save

cruel

helpful

saved

cute

intelligent

silly

escape

kind

western

escaped

laugh



Word Association Type of movie

Adjective (describing words)

Verb/ simple past










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Another word search to play online: http://www.oup.com/elt/global/products/englishfile/intermediate/b_vocabulary/bank11/nef_int_vocabulary11_02/

(Advanced)


Read this review about the movie 'Contact' and choose the word which best completes each gap.

 

'Contact' is probably one of the best science fiction films of recent years, and deserves a place alongside classics such as Kubrick's 2001 or Spielberg's Close Encounters of the Third Kind. This (1) ....... of Sagan's best-selling 1985 novel is exceptionally well suited to the (2) ....... screen and the special effects are (3) ....... . It is expertly directed by Robert Zemeckis, and Sagan himself worked on the (4) ....... for the movie.



 

The central (5) ....... is Ellie Arroway (Jodie Foster), a young scientist who discovers a message from an alien civilisation 26 light years away. The film focuses on her attempts to make contact and the various obstacles that are put in her way. The story works on many different levels and (6) serious issues about science, religion and spirituality and our place in the universe.

 


1.

A. adaptation

B. development

C. conversion

D. transformation

2.

A. big

B. large

C. great

D. grand

3.

A. staggering

B. stumbling

C. toppling

D. tripping

4.

A. album

B. script

C. edition

D. text

5.

A. player

B. personality

C. character

D. individual

6.

A. deals

B. raises

C. relates

D. works



ANSWERS:  1. A     2. A     3. A     4. B     5. C     6. B

More listening with scripts

AUDIO=http://www.elllo.org/english/0601/Q630-Martin-Movie.html

Tom: Do you go to the cinema a lot Martin?

Martin: I used to quite often, Tom, but lately I just haven't found the time or the cinemas around here aren't quite as big here.

Tom: So, I guess you've had time to contemplate

on it. What's your favorite movie of all time? Well, my favorite movie, and the best movie I've ever seen would have to be Seven Samurai, the story about a small peasant village

in Japan, hired in Seven Samurai to protect it and the ensuing struggles that the villagers had with the samurai, and the Samurai did with themselves and then the final fight that they has with the bandits

that were trying to take the peasants grain. It's a magnificent story.



Martin: It's a classic. It's black and white, right?

Tom: Yes, it is. It was made by the Japanese director Akira Kurasawa. I think it was 1956 or 57, but it's affected so many other movies, Tom.

Martin: I mean if you look at the Magnificent Seven, the Western, it's modeled directly after that, as well as some other modern movies that you might not think as much about. Roger Corman's, Battle Beyond the Stars with George Peppard (Are you serious?) was modeled straight off of Seven Samurai, and even Bug's Life.

Tom: Wow. Now that I think of that I can see that.

Martin: Yeah, it's a really important movie.

Martin: How about you Tom? What's your favorite movie of all time?

Tom: I don't know about of old time, but recently, and don't laugh when I say this, Pirates of the Caribbean was an absolute masterpiece. I saw the trailer

so many times in the cinema and just thought it was going to be rubbish, but when I eventually got around to seeing it, it was full of good jokes and it was Jonny Depp as a pirate going around the Caribbean. There was a ghost story. There was a love story in it. There was a young man who'd run away to join the Pirate's. The whole thing was just action packed, funny and colorful. It was a really entertaining movie.



Martin: Yeah, I would agree with you Tom. It was very fun and Johnny Depp was great, modelling Keith Richards as a pirate. I think that...

Tom: Well, I heard that he was modelling the original ride at Disneyland.

Martin: Oh, really.

Tom: The mechanical models jerking around

on the pirate ship, the mannequins, I heard that was what he modeled his character on.



Martin: I heard he modeled after Keith Richards.

Tom: He's the kind of actor who comes up with a different story at every interview.

Martin: Well, I guess that's why he's acting.

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Mari: OK, next, do you go to the movies? How often do you go to the movies?

Ron: I don't go to the movies very often, maybe twice a year, I would say.

Mari: That's it?

Ron: Yeah.

Mari: Do you rent movies?

Ron: I rent movies more than I go to the cinema, but also not very often.

Mari: What kind of movies do you like?

Ron: I like funny movies. Comedies.

Mari: Comedies. What's the most recent movie you watched?

Ron: I watched Home Alone last night but it was on TV. I didn't rent the movie.

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