How to choose a great movie to watch

Sometimes it feels like a girls night or honeymoon, so you just choose a good movie to watch. My friend Sam always told us that a group of three people should never go into a DVD rental store at the same time because they are going to end up being there for hours and never really deciding on the hiring movies.

When we select movies, we never go for the latest versions as they pay a special rate for new DVD movies on the shelves.

If you always select the movies that have been around for a while, then guess what? You have your own selection of “new” movies from a few months from the time the latest versions were graded gradually to the latest versions at a discounted price. Not only will you save money, but you also have a better chance of having the “bouquet selection” of the latest versions.

Here is a list of things to help you decide how to choose a great movie to see:

1. Select by theme

Whether it’s an afternoon or a girl’s night you can decide on a topic. Some brilliant films include Bonnet “Movies”, Jane Pride species and prejudice, “Emma” and so on.

For types, you can select the “X-Men” series, James Bond or similar.

2. Selection by the actor or actress

Often, let’s sit and watch a lot of Russell Crowe or Nicole Kidman movies, you can make the favorite actors and actresses to help you in choosing movies to watch.

3. Selection by gender

There are awesome movies to motivate young athletes, such as basketball, baseball or iron grid. You can be a fan of horror movies, romantic comedies or action thrillers.

4. Non-fiction

They say that there is nothing in real life else, and when Hollywood writers looking for new ideas for scripts, they often turn to historical events and make great movies.

In the category of real stories, you still have a good selection of movies to see sports heroes, national heroes and even ordinary people who did extraordinary things.

5. Select by category

When choosing a great movie to watch, you must consider the audience as this can help you make your decisions. If you choose movies for a group of young children, it is usually best that they have seen these movies to themselves first, so you have no surprises that might offend or scare the kids.