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I have been tagged...

by Aneesh. To be honest, specially with movies I don't remember them for a long time after seeing. When I was a kid it was the opposite. I remember narrating the whole movie that I would have seen in the weekend to friends at school with all the actions and different tones. And there was a friend, she used to wait for free periods to listen to film stories from me. But nowadays I don't enjoy movies that much unless otherwise am forced to sit and watch one if I am so bored. I would say that sometimes I kinda find it boring to watch movies. And I prefer it to be a comedy movie if I wanna watch. Well, not that I am very choosy. I don't mind as long as it has a good, meaningful story and fun! Oh by the way I always used to like ghost movies :)
Anyways, let me do the tag now...

Name five of your all time favourite movies?
Beauty and the beast
Sleepy hollow
Ghost Ship
Ice age
Mein Prem Ki Diwani Hoon
....oops sorry I have exceeded the number asked ;)..but there are lots more!

Name one movie which you recommend as a "must see"?
Terminator 2
Junior :)

The one and only one movie that you've seen the most number of times [watching on TV won't count].
There is no way I watch a movie more than once in cinema..well, I haven't yet!

which movie comes to your mind first, when you think about the funniest movie?
Finding Nemo
Pancha thandhiram

which movie made you really emotional?
Kuch kuch hota hai

Which movie series, do you think, was as interesting as the first part in the series?
Harry Potter :)

Which movie, according to you, didn't live up to your expectations, after all the hype you've heard?
Can't think of any.

which movie, really surprised you?
Don't know :)


Priya Joyce said…
hey so soon wow! gr8 and btw u match sum of ma answers lovely.
Hemanth Potluri said…
tag nicely done...u dint get surprised by any movie ..:P...heheh...

Thena said…
very nice..haven't seen most of the movies u've mentioned, I wanted to but didnt reli get the chance...alway stuck in tamil movies
Kumiththa said…
you have a really nice taste..I also like comedy movies:)
Aneesh said…
Hey thanks for doing the tag :)
OH, Ghost lover, I used to like it some time ago, but now people create it just for the sake of scaring and that fails to scare LOL.
I too like Matilda, Finding Nemo .. nice movie
Terminator 2, yah, it is a must see, though action.
Well, you think Harry potter series was interesting? Well, first and second part is ok, if you don't read the book, you'll never understand what is going on in the other series, right?
Vani said…
Tag nicely done Sanu..
So u r a ghost movie lover. Me too ;). Moreover love horror movies, thrillers too. I'm not very selective though. I love comedy and romantic movies as well.
As for HP series movies, I'd have to agree with Aneesh. Only the 1st nd 2nd parts seem good to me.
Anonymous said…
lol titanic made me VERRRY emotional!

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