View Poll Results: Favorite Genre?

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  • Science Fiction

    13 48.15%
  • Fantasy(I know this should be with SciFi But I wanted to seperate the two... future etc. and fantasy.

    5 18.52%
  • Action/Adventure

    2 7.41%
  • Drama

    1 3.70%
  • Historical

    1 3.70%
  • Other

    2 7.41%
  • Comedy

    3 11.11%

Favorite Genre: Tv/Movies/Books

This is a discussion on Favorite Genre: Tv/Movies/Books within the A Brief History of Cprogramming.com forums, part of the Community Boards category; Originally posted by Govtcheez Fixed. Ummm no, it is now a broken post. To fix it: JAMES Herbert is THE ...

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    Much older and wiser Fountain's Avatar
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    Originally posted by Govtcheez
    Fixed.

    Ummm no, it is now a broken post.

    To fix it:

    JAMES Herbert is THE god.


    Now fixed.
    Such is life.

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    I put other because I don't really have a favorite genre other than "The darker, the better." The best movies/games/books are ones where really bad stuff happens or the atmosphere is really dark. The Alien movies are really good for this, same with 13th Warrior and Arlington Road. Good dark games are Undying, Thief(Although I found it too challenging to enjoy), Good ol' Doom. As far as books go, anything by John Saul.
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    > Thief(Although I found it too challenging to enjoy)

    Thief would've been better if they had stuck to the realistic world (IMO). I mean - they try to force realism by making you hide in the shadows and stuff, but then you have to use holy water arrows to kill zombies? Who's lame idea was that?

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    My favorite genre is whatever is good. I like a wide variety of movies and games. I don't specifically like a movie/game because it is apart of a particular genre, nor, am I not going to like a movie/game because it is not apart of a particular genre. However, I don't all that much, because my mom doesn't have enough time to read to me anymore.

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    I think my favourite genre is drama. I want to see how people feel and see how they do.

    Have you seen a movie named "Fresh" from 1994, about a young black boy who was growing up in misery, with parallels to the game of chess? That was a good drama I think.

    One thing I'm really sick of is all these AMERICAN ROMANTICAL COMEDIES!!!!!

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    Originally posted by Zewu

    One thing I'm really sick of is all these AMERICAN ROMANTICAL COMEDIES!!!!!
    One thing I'm really sick of is all these AMERICAN DRAMAS!!!!!

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    So DON'T WATCH THEM!

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    Biographies/History.

    I'm currently in the middle of Robert K. Massie's Peter the Great. Shameful that I waited this long to read it. Excellent.

    (Okay, you "kids" can go back to sci-fi and games. The old guy is finished. )

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