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Movie Websites Showcase Specific Genres
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By: William Johnson Email Article
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If you love movies the way I do, then you’re always on the hunt for a newfound gem. Sometimes we movie buffs just want to check out unseen films for a possible theater fling.

Other times we’re comparing movie market sale prices to lock down a film favorite, that we personally consider an immortal classic, for our video libraries. Then some of us are shopping for a specific movie for loved ones as a gift for birthdays, holidays or even in honor as a surprise event.

Of course, individual film tastes vary; and if you’re like me, you’ve paid theater admission or rented a movie more than once just on the strength of a suggestion from a fellow moviegoer who’s opinion you trust.

Generally I prefer word-of-mouth promotions over the conventional movie industry previews, which are crafted to seduce you into attending any premier whether it’s worth your while or not.

Fortunately in my case, most of the personally recommended movies I’ve watched have delivered the goods and were very satisfying. But there have been some rare occasions I’ve been subjected to a movie I disliked so much that I felt like I was paying penance while enduring such a debacle.

Of course movie rental companies and movie theaters never rob anyone; they simply rent you whatever movie you’ve selected from their stock or what’s currently scheduled for their silver screens.

It’s always up to the customer to beware; and as a movie lover who craves the freedom of choice, I’d never want it any different. We always take a chance whenever we invest our precious time and money in hopes of experiencing an awesome movie.

There are many online websites that are dedicated to presenting as much factual information about certain movie plots and current movie sales availability. They can focus on several popular movie genres while consistently upgrading their databases to compliment the expanding movie industry.

And because we movie lovers have opinions like everyone else, it’s smart to find and interact with editorial comments about specific films written in concise summaries. Some of the more thorough websites focus on specific films by genre and even the year it was made or released for easier reference.

Many website carry Internet links to reputable companies that sell many movies I suspect you’re already in the market for. I encourage you to check out as many movie summary and sales links as you can. Then choose what you consider to be the best offerings and seize the opportunity.

Perusing movie websites that cater to specific genres like Comedy, Romance, Fantasy, Western, Drama, Horror, Science Fiction and even Film Noir should yield some of the best and quickest results. As a fellow movie lover, I hope to have presented some information you can use. After all, only genuine movie fans understand what a really superlative experience that discovering a new personal film gem will provide.

William F. Johnson resides in St. Helens, Oregon. He enjoys chess, books and is an avid movie collector with over 700 titles in his personal library. He is also a member of the Elks Lodge and has written a pair of short stories that have been published on the Internet.

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