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Do you prefer books or movies?

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Hmm. That’s a good question. In theory all kinds of art must complement one another, allow us to delve deeper into the particular universe, feel every shade and aspect of it.
Books lend us great details, allow us to imagine vividly all the characters and the stage of the plot and address directly to our emotions, whereas movies (and sound/musical accompaniment as well) appeal to our senses. Video games contribute some interactivity, call upon our spinal cord, if you like.
In my opinion to answer this question correctly we need to take into consideration the genre. If it’s a detective story or social/political or history-based literature, classic satire, dystopia or a sophisticated sci-fi universe a book would be a perfect form of reproduction, but if it’s an action, horror, love-story, not classic drama, I suppose a movie can do the trick even better than a book.
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Movies! I don't have time to read.
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Movies definitely!!! I can't remember the last time I opened a book.
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With my poor eyesight, I prefer movies now.
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Definitely books
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Watching movies are far better than reading books.
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I am not a reading person so for me movies definitely.
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Books have more details so they're much better! The movies edit out a lot from the books!
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The movies are more exciting. The actors, costumes and music make them so much better than books.
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I will choose movies...good movies.
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I love books and movies. So it's hard for me to choose between the two.
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The movies are more exciting. The actors, costumes and music make them so much better than books.
So true!
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Call me old-fashioned but books are the way to go. You get to let your imagination run wild.
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I like reading books. I can spend the whole day just reading, okay? hahah!
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