If you are a big movie buff – someone who pretty much considers movies to be your “hobby” – it is probably easy for you to find movies you will enjoy, as you likely have a pretty good idea of the sorts of movies you will like, and if the places you can look to determine whether or not a movie will be worth seeing for you, but if you are the kind of person who only watches movies every once in a while, it can be a bit more difficult for you to determine whether or not you are likely to enjoy a particular movie until you see it, and if you do not especially enjoy seeing piles of movies you do not actually like, this can be annoying!If you want to make it easier on yourself to find movies you will enjoy, the first thing you need to do is firmly establish exactly what movies you do enjoy; oftentimes, people will have an immediate reaction to a movie, and they will never look back at the movie down the road to see whether this initial reaction was accurate, so take the time to look back over the movies you have seen and make sure you know exactly what movies you liked and disliked. @@ADSENSE@@. Once you have established in your mind what movies you have seen that you both liked and disliked, you can start to search out the reviews from different critics of these movies (the best way to do this is to go to the website Rotten Tomatoes, and to see what rating all the top critics gave to all your favorite and least favorite movies); by doing this, you will have a better idea of how each critic’s tastes line up with your tastes, and down the road, you can use this knowledge to determine before you see a movie whether or not you are likely to like or dislike it. And in the search for movies you will enjoy, realize that it is really not all that bad to take chances every once in a while. When you take a chance – going to see a movie you are unsure about – you may end up hating the movie in question, but there might also be times when you end up loving the movie, and this will make the risk well worth it! @@ADSENSE@@.