Does someone has got any advice about a simple english movie to see?
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And the answer? Well, many people have suggested cartoons, which are fun, but the obvious disadvantage of animated movies is that you can't see real faces or real lips moving. This doesn't help when you are trying to learn a language.
Here's a suggestion - why not try the classic movie 'The Wizard of Oz' from 1939? It's one of the most famous films ever made, but still a favourite in the USA and elsewhere in the English-speaking world. And, unlike most modern films, the language is beautifully slow and clear. There are some unforgettable lines in it, in both the dialogue and the songs. Because it's a fable and a fantasy, it doesn't feel old-fashioned, either. It may be nearly 80 years old, but the language is timeless, and the movie is still an absolute delight to watch.
I would recommended children's movie Toy story(1,2,3), Monster inc. ! Wallace and Gromit, ect.,
I personally think Dr. Suess's movie (Horton hear the whos,The Lorax and How the Grinch stole Christmas)will be great for simple english.
The Imitation Game!!My favorite movie in 2014!!!
you could watch Nemo or Sesame Street
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It's basd on a book named Before I Die,you can try it