It's no #secret that watching #movies and #tvshows in our target language is a really great way to #expand #vocabulary, learn about the #rhythm of the #language and #improve #comprehension - all of which help improve our #confidence and ability to actually use the language.
But there are SO MANY #choices that it can be a daunting task to pick something to watch - so here's a space where we can start discussing movies and shows that we've watched recently and found helpful and interesting.
I'll go first! This week I watched the #Mexican #Netflix series #Unstoppable (in Spanish: #Desenfrenadas). I found it fun, well written, #modern and the actors did a great job. I also really enjoyed the #music! I would recommend it for #beginner - #intermediate level #Spanish learners as they do speak a bit fast and you'll hear quite a bit of Mexican #slang.
Now you - what have you watched recently? Feel free to share your experience and how it impacted your language learning! It doesn't have to be limited to just Spanish, we can include any language.
All I ask is that we keep the conversation focused on the #positive.
This entire site is a #nojudgment zone.
I really enjoyed C'est du gâteau! It's a baking competition (within the nailed it franchise) where amateurs compete for a monetary prize. Except these bakers are very, very bad and their creations are anything but perfect. It’s hilarious and silly, definitely a fun watch. I liked that the French was unscripted and a lot of slang was used because it was helpful to hear how people actually speak. I will say everyone speaks fast so I needed subtitles to keep up.
That's a great choice!! As a French learner I have watched various movies and shows in the language. Recently, I watched the Netflix show Lupin and I really enjoyed it! Waiting for season 2!! A French movie I really liked is called Fahim, such a heartwarming story, and great choice of actors, specially Gérard Depardieu.
Also, as a Portuguese learner, recently I watched a show on Netflix called Ninguém Tá Olhando (Nobody's Watching) and a movie called Pai em Dobro (Double Dad). They were both very entertaining, and sometimes it doesn't matter what they're about, as long as you're able to hear and pay close attention to the pronunciation, and learn new words and expressions used by native speakers!
Any suggestions from Portuguese learners? Any good movies you have watched?