The couple screenshots are taken from Riddick 2013:
The two characters use "I'm loving", which I think is very informal. Does the present progressive tense convey any subtle nuances which the simple present tense would not?
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Some state verbs such as love, like, and enjoy can be used for talking about a state that's for a short period of time. Look at the following sentences:
I love parties. (The present simple indicates a permanent state).
I am loving this party. (The present continuous indicates the state that's for a short period of time/temporary).