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Describe a movie you would like to watch again

You should say:

  • What it was about
  • When and where you watched it
  • Who you watched it with
  • And explain why you would like to watch it again.

Band 8 Sample

The name of the movie I would like to check out again is Love Rosie, a romantic comedy starring Sam Claflin and Lily Collins. Actually, it was an adaptation of a book called Where Rainbows End, which was an Irish best seller back in 2004.

I remember watching it for the first time in 2014, shortly after it hit the big screen. My movie buddy on that day was no other than my best friend, who was also a movie maniac like me. As we were going through some movie trailers on the internet, Love Rosie caught our attention with its stunning cinematography and catchy soundtrack. We quickly booked our tickets and went to the cinema hoping the movie wouldn’t disappoint us. Lucky enough, this movie far exceeded our expectations. The plot was about 2 childhood friends who had feelings for each other but kept missing the chance to confess their love. In the end, they found the way back to each other and got married. It was a happy ending, but there were so many heart-breaking scenes that I cried my eyes out in the cinema.

About why I like it and want to re-watch it, I guess the main reason is the witty dialogue in the movie. The conversation between the main characters is simple, yet at the same time full of life lessons. I could relate to many of the words, and would love to watch it again to delve deeper into it. That is all I want to share about this movie, thanks for listening.

Vocabulary highlights

  • Adaptation: the transfer of a written work to a film
  • Hit the big screen: to be shown at the cinema
  • Exceeded my expectations: to be better that expected
  • Cry one’s eyes out: cry a lot.

By ZIM Academic English School