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A: shall we go to cinema this evening? The new blockbuster starring mel gibhson is showing. It’s supposed to be really good.
B; what kind of movie is it? I don’t like many of his movies, actually.
A: it’s a thriller. It has Julia Roberts playing the female lead.
B: I like thrillers and I like Julia Roberts, so it might be interesting. I read a review today and the CRItic didn’t seem to be very impressed.
A: what did the CRItic say?
B: he didn’t say it was bad, but he said that it wasn’t as good as it could have been, particularly as there were some good actors and actresses in it.
A: the movie starts at eight o’clock, so we have plenty of time to eat and get ready.
B: good. Dinner is nearly ready and I’d like to watch the news before we go. The Oscars were last night and I want to see the results.
A: I won’t spoil your enjoyment by telling you who won. There were a few surprises.
A: what’s the plot of your new movie?
B: it’s a story about a policemen who is investigating a series of strange murders. I play the part of the detective. He has to catch the killer, but there’s very little evidence. It’s a psychological thriller with some frightening scenes, but I hope audience won’t be too scared to go to the movie theatres!
A; did you enjoy making the movie? We heard stories of disagreement with other actors and with the director.
B; I have had disagreement with every director. I’ve worked with. We’ve always disagreed in a friendly way and we have always resolved our differences. It was the same when I made this movie. I don’t know where rumours of my disagreement with Rachel Kelly come from. We got on very well and I hope to work with her again. I enjoyed making the movie very much.
A: critics are not very happy with the movies that you’ve made recently. Does that bother you?
B: not at all. The feedback from audience has been great. I care about what they think more than what the critics think.
A: did you do you own stunts in the movie?
B: I wanted to , but my insurance company wouldn’t let me. All of my stunts were done by a stuntman. As you know, I used to do my own stunts, but I’ll leave that to the experts in future.
A; thank you very much for doing this interview.
B: my pleasure. Have you seen the movie yet?
A; yes. I have. I liked it very muc
h. Like you, I was very impressed with rachel’s performance in the movie. She’s going to be a star.