Films, Sports and Hobbies
It appears that we let flourish the journalist inside us this month, Amy. Lovely your post. I’m curious to see the star, how does he look like?
I’ve heard about Bollywood before reading the news on BBC but I’ve never watched a film. As I’ve said before about books written in English, the same I say about films. Most of the films available here are from Hollywood.
I’m very selective regarding to films. It’s not easy to satisfy myself with a film. The last good film I’ve watched was The Constant Gardner but I love musical films as Phantom of the Opera and Moulin Rouge so, I think I would love knowing the Indian movie.
It’s pretty much the same with games, mostly American games. My son and his friends loves playing games and I have to keep an eye on them because I don’t let them playing violent games like GTA or playing for long time.
I also think he can’t spend all his spare moments at home so I’ve always encouraged him to practise sports. His dream is to take part in Formula 1 racing one day...Oh! What an expensive dream! A pie in the sky! Football would be easier or any other activity. But I think sports in general are good not only to professionals.
We need an escapism. I like football and rafting just for pleasure when I don’t want to stay at home reading, listening music and watching films. My brother is crazy for triathlon or any marathon. Last month he took part in a half marathon that runs every year. We were there supporting him.
Well friends, I’m planning to answer all your comments tomorrow because maybe my last post will be on Saturday. It’s not because I’m planning to do rafting and relax but because I have a surprise for you all to compensate your nice and supportive presence during this month. This post sounds like a good-bye...
But I’ll be back tomorrow...I promise! Many kisses
1- He said he had worked on 15 films so far, but planned to do many more.
2- Steven said he saw Bollywood as an exciting and vibrant artform.
3- Steven said there were many similarities between Bollywood and Hollywood.
To moonlight - To have a second job
An extra- a person who plays a small part in a play or film
To be cast in a film- to be chosen as actor in a film
To break into song- to begin singing
To remake- To make a new version of something
The highest grossing film- a film that has grossed the highest amount of money
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