Writing a review

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  • Before writing you should answer the following questions
  • Film director and producer
  • what are your opinionssof the actors?
  • Can you give the film a rating? ( ***** excellent, **** very good, *** good, *** good, ** average)
  • Reviews are short descriptions of books, films,plays, TV programmes,etc. They are written to inform readers and viewers, and to to give them your opinion about whether or not should read a book or see a film / play,etc.
  • An Introduction in which you summarise all the background information of the book/film, etc.
  • A conclusion in which you recommend or not not the book/film/play giving your reasons.
  • Writing a review

    1. 1. Before writing you shouldanswer the followingquestions
    2. 2. Name of the film Film stars Film director and producer
    3. 3. What is the film about?What did you specially likeor dislike about the film?what are your opinions ofthe actors?
    4. 4. Would you recommend the film?Can you give the film a rating? (***** excellent, **** very good,*** good, *** good, ** average)
    5. 5. Reviews are short descriptions ofbooks, films,plays, TVprogrammes,etc. They are writtento inform readers and viewers,and to give them your opinionabout whether or not should read abook or see a film / play,etc
    6. 6. A review should consist of An Introduction in which you summarise all the background information of the book/film, etc.
    7. 7. A main body cosisting of two paragraphs: one about the main points of the plot, presented in chronological order, and another including general comments on the plot, the main characters, the acting, the directing,etc.A conclusion in which you recommendor not the book/film/play, giving yourreasons.

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