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Do you watch your country's movies?
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Posted 2/6/12
Okay, I don't know if this ever been discuss before, but my curiosity is getting to me. So I'm wondering do u still go to the movies to watch ur countries movies.

For example since I live in America , I tend to go to the movies when ever something good comes out, like recently I went to go see Chronicle, which I recommend u should watch if u have the time !

So do u watch ur country movies? Leave ur thoughts & opinions! ;D

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Posted 2/6/12
I'm american but i watch russian and arabic movies all the time :') They're really funny, but i like documentaries more.
Posted 2/6/12
It's all about old chinese kung-fu films.
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If I'm understanding your question right, yeah I still go to the movies. I believe in balance. I download, I buy a movie ticket. And since its just me its not very expensive like paying for a whole family.
The last movie I saw at the theatre was Mission Impossible, and I'm going again tomorrow to see something. I go see American movies about 2-4 times a month.
Posted 2/6/12
Living in Britain I have seen some British movies and not liked many of them. We have some good horrors though like The Decent, that is some scary shit yall! Dog Soldiers is pretty good too I prefer whats on tv as a series over here, Misfits, Skins, Being Human all awesome shows.
Posted 2/6/12
Ha ha....barely.
Posted 2/6/12 , edited 2/6/12
I thought you were talking about cowboy movies. I rarely watch movies made anywhere besides US or UK. I just can't stand the language (French movies are the most boring crap ever).



Rina-San wrote:

Living in Britain I have seen some British movies and not liked many of them. We have some good horrors though like The Decent, that is some scary shit yall! Dog Soldiers is pretty good too I prefer whats on tv as a series over here, Misfits, Skins, Being Human all awesome shows.


Hot Fuzz and 28 Days Later weren't bad.
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27 / M / Anime World
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Uh rarely, last movie I watched in theaters was Harry Potter and the Deathly Hollows Part 2. I rarely watch my country's movie in theaters or online anymore. It's all about dat anime.
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25 / F / over there.
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Posted 2/6/12
I watch my country's(Philippines) movies, just not on theaters. I watch our local movies on the big screen only when someone pays my tix for me. lol
i dunno, but i'd rather watch American movies.
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Chronicle was amazing, I recommend it as well.
I'm going to see Star Wars in 3D this Friday. To answer your question yes I watch American movies. Not very often though, just when my friends go with me. :p
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20 / F / lolllidk bakthar?
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Posted 2/6/12
Why not? Not all of them terribly horrible.
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no no no.
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27 / F / Manila
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Posted 2/6/12
I rarely do that

Movies in my place aren't that interesting anymore. And most of our movies are pretty shallow and predictable, though the punch lines and pick up lines are awesome
Posted 2/7/12

underlock wrote:

I thought you were talking about cowboy movies. I rarely watch movies made anywhere besides US or UK. I just can't stand the language (French movies are the most boring crap ever).



Rina-San wrote:

Living in Britain I have seen some British movies and not liked many of them. We have some good horrors though like The Decent, that is some scary shit yall! Dog Soldiers is pretty good too I prefer whats on tv as a series over here, Misfits, Skins, Being Human all awesome shows.


Hot Fuzz and 28 Days Later weren't bad.


OMG I forgot Harry Potter! haha and Shaun of the Dead! We aint so bad
Posted 2/7/12 , edited 2/7/12
I watch whatever horror movie is on and a lot of stuff from the '50s-'80s, but that's about it. Our horror generally sucks. -.- "1408" scared me shitless, though, and I do really want to see "The Woman in Black." Is that even American? It's about a BRITISH guy in BRITAIN. Christ, even if it was produced by Americans, you'd hardly know it.
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