FourFour Two has been tracking what Filipinos say about their movies, on the internet, and what they think about their films in print.
For the first time in 2016, we asked them what they thought about their movie choices online.
The survey is open to all Filipinos, age 18 and older, and conducted online on June 1 and June 3.
The results were analyzed by a team of researchers led by Dr. Roberta Fagundes.
The results are below:The first thing that comes to mind when you think of a movie is “awesome,” followed by “awkward” and “funny.”
But what about movies you don’t care about?
The question was asked as part of the 2016 National Cinema Awards.
It was the first survey that asked if people felt that the movies were “awful” or “awing.”
Some 43 percent of the respondents answered “awfully” or similar, while 44 percent responded “awly” or less.
There was a similar percentage of respondents who said “funnily” or not at all.
The most common responses are “awfulness” (37 percent), “awshasnt funny” (31 percent), and “took too long” (28 percent).
Some 38 percent said “not funny” or didn’t respond to the question.
What is the best way to watch movies online: What should you do?
Most Filipinos are familiar with the traditional approach of downloading a movie on their mobile devices or through a TV show.
But the Internet is changing the way we watch movies, and the online experience is changing too.
Some 45 percent of respondents said they prefer watching movies on a computer, while 30 percent prefer watching them on their tablet.
But Filipinos also love to watch them on the Internet, which has increased their desire to watch films online.
“I love the movie theater.
They’re great,” one respondent said.
“There’s no internet here.”
In the past, many Filipinos would go to the movies to see movies they would otherwise be unable to see on their own.
Today, they can find movies and TV shows on the web or at the cinema.
But the moviegoing experience in the Philippines is changing, too.
People are starting to spend more time online, and Filipinos’ desire to have movies available online is increasing.
“People want to see their movies on their computers or tablets, and they also want to watch their movies over the internet,” Fagunes said.
Filipinos have always loved movies, but now they are starting too, she said.
It is an interesting trend that has Filipinos looking at movies online as a way to spend time together.
What do you think about online movie viewing?
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