Scenes or sequence you like most in a movie

India
August 1, 2008 12:23pm CST
Movie goers generally enjoy a movie as a whole, or in parts, depending on their liking and taste! Some enjoys dance sequences in the movie, while some others enjoy fighting scenes or songs or technical aspects. So, which part you enjoy most in a movie?
3 responses
@brimia (6584)
• United States
1 Aug 08
I really like car chases in movies because they're exciting and usually pretty crazy. In Beauty and the Beast I love the fun and beautiful "Be Our Guest" song and dance sequence. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ov4tE7XRTUA
@Angelwriter (1955)
• United States
1 Aug 08
You mentioned one of mine. I like dance sequences. I don't mean some big production where a whole group of people dance, just one where two people dance together.
• United States
1 Aug 08
Me I am really into drama and suspense so anything that is close to that keeps my attention or scenes that pertain to typical issues in my life is good. I am not a moviegoer and have not been to the theatres for at least a year and only watch it when it comes on to cable but I do really enjoy independent films that have become so easy to find the last 10 years and theres a lot of international variety, sometimes just the nationality catches me and I think, hey thats gonna be different, and I'll watch it. The hollywood movies just lack substance more often then not, and at the same time I say that--i am interested in the new X-Files movie that I am so suprised went right past my radar and I am just finding out about it now that the show is no longer on tv. I love X-Files and you will probably see my other posts telling others this was my show. There is suspense, there is topics that don't normally get addressed like extraterrestrial life, and I hear that this X-Files is even going to go as far as approaching the topic of mysticism and spirituality--even though it didnt quite get a good rating because they say it lacked the right ending, I will still watch it because my mind is full of curiosities.