Harry: Hey, Elizabeth, how would you like to go see a movie tonight?
Elizabeth: Sounds great! What would you like to see?
Harry: I don't know... how about that new horror movie at the Arlington Theater?
Elizabeth: Oh, I heard about that. It sounds a little scary to me. I'm more into romantic movies. Or maybe a romantic comedy.
Harry: No way! I hate that kind of stuff!
Elizabeth: Really? Well then, what kinds of movies do you like?
Harry: I guess I'm really into action and adventure type of movies.
Elizabeth: Oh yeah, well I guess they are okay, as long as they aren't too bloody. I also heard about this great new musical that just came out. What do you think about that?
Harry: Musical? I don't know. That doesn't sound too exciting. Is there anything we can agree on?
Elizabeth: It doesn't seem like it. Oh, I remember another movie that came out last week. It's a mystery and it had a little romance and some action, too. I heard it's pretty exciting because nobody can guess who the killer is and it has a surprise ending. What do you think about that one?
Harry: I guess that doesn't sound too bad. What time does it start?
Kinds of movies:
comedy- funny movies
drama- serious movies
romance- movies about love (also romantic movie)
comedy-drama- funny movies about love
horror- scary movies
documentary- story of something that really happened
mystery- a secret, something you don't know. In movies we have to wait to see the ending to know how something happened
action and adventure- movies with a lot of action, for example fighting or
western- movies about cowboys
musical- movies with singing and dancing
to be into- (slang) to really like or enjoy came out- started or began (this phrasal verb has other meanings, too) stuff- things
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