Nobody’s Perfect

We are reaching that time of the year when the lights go on, the seventh art gets all fancy dressed and we all rush to the cinema to see all the fabulous films that are being released.

The Oscars is definitely one of the biggest film events of the year, and there is no doubt that a film that gets Academy Awards will enter history and will have a place in our memories forever. To celebrate, here is a fun list of the 100 best movie quotes of all time. Which one is your favourite?

But some films get a lot of media attention for other reasons. What do all the films of the video below have in common?

The title of this post is Nobody’s Perfect, as I would like to focus on accuracy in films. On this website Reel History you will find some of the most popular movies these days and an explanation of the actual events they are based on.

How do you feel about this? Do you like getting this kind of information? How important do you think it is that historical films tell the facts correctly?

Can you remember other films where  the events portrayed were apparently inaccurate?

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1. ADJECTIVES.  Practise the adjectives on this quizlet activity to describe how accurate or inaccurate the information is:

Quizlet: Collocations

Quizlet: collocations- part 2 (made by B2 students)

2. Linkers to express contrast on Using English





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