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Get yourself some popcorn and pull up a seat for movie night.  We've created this page on movies to help you practice your English. There are quizzes to test your grammar and vocabulary, a discussion forum where you can share your ideas, games and activities, and links to other web sites about movies.  Go ahead, enjoy the show.


"What's the best movie you've seen recently and why?"

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Join in PartyLand's discussion forum on Movies.  If you're not sure what to say, try answering one of these questions:

  • Who's your favorite actor?  
  • Do you like action movies?  Why or why not? 
  • How often do you go to the movies? 

Click here to see what other ESL students and teachers are saying

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  Activities & Games
Name That Genre!--Titanic is considered a drama, but what about these other movies?  Find out here.

Movie Trivia--So you think you're a movie buff?  How much do you really know?  Test yourself with this difficult multiple choice activity.

Internet Scavenger Hunt: Movies--This is an Internet scavenger hunt you can do on your own.  To use this scavenger hunt, you can print the page or you can work directly from this web site.  This scavenger hunt will teach you about the International Movie Database, on-line movie quizzes, and more

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Practice your vocabulary and  grammar skills by taking an interactive quiz!

Movie Titles: Prepositions
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Movie Titles: Word Forms
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What movie is this scene from? 

To find out, click here.


Click on a name below to find out more about each of the following directors.



Search Cool Stuff for your favorite movie.


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Can you identify the location of this shot from Alfred Hitcock's thriller Vertigo?

To find out the correct answer, click here.



     The Scene: Web Links

'Want to learn more about movies?  Check out these cool sites.

The Internet Movie Database--The ultimate database for movie lovers.  Get plot summaries, reviews, quotes, and much much more for over 150,000 movies.

The Motion Picture Database--Another database.  Though it's not as extensive as the IMBD, you can find loads of reviews and biographies here.

Drew's Scripts-O-Rama Index--Film scripts for lots-o-movies.

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