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2017-06-10 09:28 pm (UTC)
I'll start with the ones that have movies and then go to the others.
canonically watches horror movies, they're at times really helpful for dealing with everything he puts up with as Toby's squire. I think he likes sci-fi movies, not so much action movies.
when he was younger had a serious crush on Frank Sinatra and still kind of does and loves all of his movies. He prefers slightly more serious movies like ones from plays but he likes being in a movie where everyone's happy, its refreshing.
and I think a lot of the Rebels when they were younger probably watched a lot of stupid action holovids but now he can't watch them without critiquing what's wrong. Also his mind's set for intel gathering so he tries to sort out the plots of things. He would like I think silly rom-coms for the mental break but a good action movie could be fun and he'd avoid war and spy movies.
knows about movies as Ancelstierre kind of matches up a little with England in the 1920s and enjoyed the action movies. I think he'd love sci-fi films and they'd give him so many ideas. Fantasy movies would make him kind of go, but that's not how it works.
has seen a number of movies in Milliways and likes action movies but he's not a big fan of movies in general, they're cool but not his favorite.
enjoys movies based on books and is the kind of person who will point out everything that changed and when horse stuff is wrong.
has a soft spot for overly romantic action movies about Barayarran history, he and Miles grew up on those. Now it depends on who he's watching with, he prefers his movies not too complicated or political too close to home.
, hm, I think he'd enjoy heist films for the ideas and monster movies for the fact that its really satisfying to see the nightmares of your childhood taken down.
likes movies that make her laugh and with happy relationships.
would love comedies and glorious fantasies.
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