I enjoy all kinds of film but manlycomedy ,Acton a. I enjoy comedybecause it makes u laugh andkeeps you interested in the movie.i also like action films becausethey are fast moving, exciting andthey keep you hooked into thefilm .
Examples of Comedies
Examples of different types of ComedyAction comedyFilms in this sub-genre blend comic antics and action where the film starscombine wit and one-liners with a thrilling plot and daring stunts.. Fantasy comedy Fantasy comedy films are types of films that uses magic, supernatural and or mythological figures for comic purposes. Most fantasy comedy includes an element of parody, or satire, turning many of the fantasy conventions on their head such as the hero becoming a cowardly fool, the princess being a klutz Sci-fi comedy Sci-fi comedy films, like most hybrid genre of comedy use the elements of science fiction films to over the top extremes and exaggerated science fiction stereotypical characters.Comedy horrorComedy horror is a type of horror film in which the usual darkthemes are treated with a humorous approach..
Convention of Comedy Comedy Films are "make em laugh" films designed to elicit laughter from the audience. Comedies are light-hearted dramas, crafted to amuse, entertain, and provoke enjoyment. The comedy genre humorously exaggerates the situation, the language, action, and characters. Comedies observe the deficiencies, foibles, and frustrations of life, providing merriment and a momentary escape from day-to-day life. They usually have happy endings, although the humor may have a serious or pessimistic side.
Examples of action movies
Examples of action moviesAction film is a film genre where one or more heroes is thrust into a series ofchallenges that require physical feats, extended fights and frenetic chases. Theyoccasionally have a resourceful character struggling against incredible oddssuch as, life-threatening situations, an evil villain, and/or being chased inseveral ways of transportation (car, bus, truck, etc.),Martial Arts - A sub-genre of the action film, martial arts films contain numerous fightsbetween characters, usually as the films primary appeal and entertainment value, andoften as a method of storytelling and character expression and development.Disaster Film - Having elements of thriller and sometimes science fiction films, themain conflict of this genre is some sort of natural or artificial disaster, such as floods,earthquakes, hurricanes, volcanoes, etc, or nuclear disasters that are shown withheavy action scenes, special effects, over the top destruction and, in modern day. Die-Hard scenario - Which the story takes place in limited location; a single building, plane, or vessel - which is seized or under threat by enemy agents, but are opposed by a single hero who fights an extended battle within the location using stealth and cunning to attempt to defeat them
Comedy actionDisaster action Si-fi action Martial art action