Tell me: Which genre best describes the kind of movie that should be made of your life and why?...
Should it be: comedy, psychological thriller, horror, buddy movie, 'chick flick,' action adventure, hiistorical drama, a musical, etc?
I would hope it's a movie with a good ending. Most likely family drama+comedy or like animation movies which I love... http://hubpages.com/hub/My-Favourite-Animation-Movies
There could be two. Many times I am quite comical, so comedy is one. the other would be Historical Epic as I am a religious writer and through me God has much he desires to say.
drama all the way. it seams there is always something going on.
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