I like to watch comedy, drama or fantasy films. I really like fantasy films with a lot of special effects.
I'm a fan of either straight-up comedy (e.g. Monty Python, Airplane!, Office Space, Spaceballs) or straight-up drama (The Shawshank Redemption, Hotel Rwanda, Dances with Wolves).
Action and Horror films have always been my personal favorites
Action films of the 90s, with Willis, Stalone, Shcwarzenegger etc. or the recent ones?
The same question for horrors, classics with Freddy Krueger, Jason or Haloween or something else?
Action films for the 90s always stood out as my favorites, especially True Lies. My favorite horror films also lie with the original classics; Halloween, Nightmare on Elm Street, and Friday the 13th.
The Scream series has remained a constant also.
Never really got into the series. I saw the first 3, but they never stood out to me as my favorites. Unique concept and theme, especially for horror, and they were good, but not among my favorites.
Did you watched the Saw series. I've really enjoy them.
Never actual saw any on them. Paranormal Activity was great though, the sequels weren't as good though.
I secretly love romantic comedies. My all time favourite is `When Harry Met Sally.`
I'm still trying to finish The Big Year, very funny, although subtle humor. My favorites are, of course, all the new Super Bad-type movies and the group of actors associated with those types of comedies (gutter humor, sorry). :-)
I love movies in general and will watch just about any genre if it looks interesting, but I am most into low budget "B" grade horror, action, and sci-fi films from the 60s to the present.
Movies about human relationships. Dramas. Comedies. I love "Dramedies".
I tend to like flicks with sparse dialogue, as well. The filmmakers allow us to determine what the movie is ultimately trying to convey without having to be hit over the head about it.
Romantic stories in one amazing but reserved present way, such as A Room with A View and Sleepless Seattle
Disneyfilms..all of them.. I watch pretty much everything. I like epic films..of the long ago, simply because I know it took the director a long time to gather all the crew to shoot a frame..
Comedy mostly. My all time favorites would have to be The Holiday, Sweet Home Alabama and The Proposal. But I watch just about anythig
I love horror films especially the B movies the cheesier the better, my favorite is the Evil Dead Trilogy but I also watch nearly every zombie movie I can get my hands on. I'm just simple like that.
I like any movie that is worth watching, comedies,action, horror, sci-fi, documentaries. You could say I like them all. Of course, when it comes to actors then I become very picky.
I like to watch almost anything. As long as it has strong characters that you can emotionally connect to, than I am there.
I'll just rattle off a few names.
Catch Me If You Can
The Butterfly Effect
I'll watch anything if it's entertaining; except a Uwe Boll movie (NEVER AGAIN! *Shakes Fist*.) I did just watch a Sci-Fi that flew under the radar called Lockout that was pretty cool. Luc Besson directed it too.
I also like to watch pretty much anything.
Action, Sci-Fi, Historical, Fantasy, Documentary, Animation, Romance, Drama, Musicals, Horror, Thriller, Comedy, Martial Arts, and movies based on plays...
Not limited to just Hollywood, I also enjoy Hong Kong Action / Action-comedy films. (Jackie Chan, Stephen Chow), Japanese films, and recently films from (South) Korea.
I do however have decade cut-off. Before 1960. Anything before then and I've probably only seen a handful of films. "The Essentials" if you will.
Just about anything
Drama - As long as I don't find the content offensive
Action - As long as it knows what it wants to be
Comedy - As long as it's not a stupid party movie all about drugs, drinking, and sex.
Fantasy - As long as the film feels epic (Harry Potter, The Lord of the Rings Trilogy)
Sci-Fi - Same with fantasy
Horror films I'm hard on, I don't like demonic stuff (had my own issues with that in the past) and as long as it's not all about blood and guts. Typically the best horror films are the ones without monsters imo.
I prefer war dramas. As a historian, I can relax when things are real, and I am not comfortable around fake drama.
I like romantic movies, some comedy ones and also some suspense and drama.
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