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Mini-Poll From time to time we venture out to the movies. Admittedly, our palette is a tad limited - news of upcoming films involving James Bond, adaptations of comic books and computer games, and most things featuring Natalie Portman is about the sum of it.

Now we are considering expanding our movie coverage - and you can help.

We have crafted a short survey. Please indulge us and fill it in.

1. How often do you visit the cinema?

Weekly Fortnightly
Monthly 4 - 6 times a year
2 - 3 times a year Never

2. Which movie genre do you most love watching?

Action / Adventure Animated
Comedy Documentary
Drama Horror / Thriller
Musical Sci-fi / Fantasy
Romance

3. On which format do you most commonly watch home movies?

Video DVD
Blu-ray Download

4. From where do you most often buy your movies?

Amazon Play.com
Zavvi HMV
LoveFlim Blinkbox
Blockbuster Supermarket E.g. tescoentertainment.com
Other N/A

5. From where do you most often rent or download your movies?

Amazon Play.com
Sky Virgin Media
LoveFlim Blinkbox
Blockbuster Supermarket E.g. tescoentertainment.com
Other N/A

6. How many movies do you watch a month?

None 1 - 2
3 - 4 5 - 6
7 - 8 9 or more

7. How much do you spend on movies each month?

Nothing - £5 £5 - £10
£10 - £15 £15 - £20
£20 - £25 £25 - £30
£30 - £35 More than £35

8. What do you think of downloading movies illegally?

Thumbs Up Thumbs Down

9. Would you like to see Hard hitting movie reviews from reghardware?

Thumbs Up Thumbs Down

10. What's your favourite movie of all time?

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