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Adjectives to describe books and films:
- action-packed: full of action. My brother loves action-packed movies. Probably that’s why his favourite film is “Terminator”.
- addictive: a book or film that you quickly become addicted to. “Harry Potter” series by Joanne Rowling are so addictive! I couldn’t stop after the first book and read all volumes.
- creepy: producing a sensation of uneasiness or fear, scary. Noah finds Stephen King’s stories creepy.
- dreary: gloomy or depressing. I can’t stand dramas, thrillers and other dreary movies.
- entertaining: funny and enjoyable. Comedies are very entertaining.
- futuristic: telling about the future. “Star Wars” movie is futuristic and dynamic.
- heartbreaking: that breaks your heart and evokes sad emotions. When my aunt watched “Titanic” she cried all day! It’s such a heartbreaking film.
- inspirational: evoking inspiration.
- intense: a book or film loaded with actions and emotions that evokes strong feelings.The play’s plot was very intense. Just a minute after a couple had a quarrel in the forest, the secret lover appeared and started a fire-fight.
- tear-jerking: tragic, making you cry. My sister is very emotional. I would rather watch a comedy with her than a tear-jerking movie!
- thought-provoking: a book or film that makes you think of new ideas or that changes your attitude to something. Ray Bradbury’s novel “Fahrenheit 451” is deeply thought-provoking. I had to rethink my attitude to legislation and censorship after I read it.