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I like to watch sad movies. I know that people would consider me as a sad person, but I feel good after watching them. I am mostly interested in watching sad Indian movies. I feel that no one does sad movies better than the Indians and the songs make the entire thing a very unique experience. 2 days ago I watched 2 sad Indian movies and both of them were of Shah Rukh Khan. The actor acted well in all the films.
I go for movies every week with my friends and all of them are interested in the action movies. So, on their repeated requests I decided to watch the movie and in the end I was bored to death. The action was so childish and all the people were jumping over the building as if they were spider-mans. It was pathetic and I think that I would never been able to adopt a liking for action movies as I so in to these sad movies

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Essay speaking foreign language

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