Listen to the recording on movie reviews and read along with the conversation. Review the key vocabulary and the sample sentences.
Daughter: Dad, Dad, Dad!
Father: Uh, what, what, uh, uh!?!?
Daughter: The movie is over. You slept through the best part.
Father: Ah, ah, I must have dozed off during the last few minutes.
Daughter: Right. You were gone for so long you should have brought your pillow and blanket. So, what did you think about it?
Father: Well, overall, I’m a little disappointed with the movie. I mean, the story was a little bizarre, you have to admit. I mean, really. How believable is a plot about a captain who navigates his spaceship to the far reaches of the galaxy and encounters a race of frog people. I mean, come on.
Daughter: Ah, I thought it was fantastic [Uhhh]. I mean, you have to admit that the special effects were awesome, and the acting wasn’t bad either.
Father: Ah, come on. What about the ship’s communications officer? I mean, what did you think about him? [Well . . .] Wasn’t he a little weird to you? He was always talking to himself, and he had that funny hairdo?
Daughter: Well, he was a little . . . unusual [Yeah, yeah], but the ship’s doctor was amazing. It was so cool when he brought the captain back to life during one of the battles.
Father: That was pretty realistic, but then the rest of the movie just went from bad to worse. And the photography was so fake!
Daughter: How do you know? You were snoring so loud the neighbors probably had to close their windows. It was that bad.
Father: Ah, well, let’s go to bed