واژگان پیشرفته آیلتس: Topic: movie
Do you like watching movies?
Yes! I love movies. I enjoy very good and original plots, and I like certain directors. I would not call myself a film buff, but I can certainly appreciate a decent movie.
How often do you go to the cinema?
I am an active filmgoer, so I go to the cinema quite often. Whenever a new movie is released, I always go to the cinema to check it out.
What kind of movies do you like to watch?
Indie movies delight me. I don’t really like big blockbuster films because sometimes they are not that unique for me.
I enjoy watching blockbusters because they are often good films, and there are sometimes celebrities playing cameo roles in them. I find it quite interesting.
I love watching films with A-list celebrities because I adore famous actors and savour their acting.
Well! I believe all types of films could be worthwhile as long as they have good screenplays and their plots are riveting.
Box-office hit: A successful film; a film that makes a lot of money.
Crowd-pleaser: A film that a lot of people like.
Blockbuster: A successful film; a film that makes a lot of money.
Indie film: An independent film, indie film, or indie movie is a feature film or short film made outside the mainstream film production.
Bomb: A film that loses a lot of money and viewers.
A-list: One of the most famous of all famous people; a celebrity who is extremely famous.
Cameo: A small but noticeable part in a film or play, performed by a famous actor.
Plot: The story of a book, film, etc.
Plotline: The story of a book, film, etc.
Screenplay: The script for a film, including the words to be spoken by the actors and instructions for the cameras.
Line: The words that an actor speaks when performing in a film or play.
Filmgoer (UK)/moviegoer: A person who goes to the cinema, especially on a regular basis.
Film buff (UK)/Movie buff: A person who loves films/movies and knows a lot about films/movies.