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Analysis film review

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  • 1. Aneeka Ishaq
  • 2.    One page has been devoted to the review this is the same for all the reviews on the website. The fact that it is page shows that there is not too much information that would bore the audience it is quite concise and to the point. It gets the important information across. Then it is left up to the audience if they would like to view the film.
  • 3.    The fact that the reviews are seen as chapters in magazines shows the move to the digital age. It makes it easier for people to enjoy what they like reading on the go and when ever they want as it can be accessed by the internet. It is giving the public something that they already know like magazines but when ever they want.
  • 4.  The general style and layout remains the same for most of the reviews. The only thing that is different other than the information is the picture depending on the different film.
  • 5.  The magazine review page is very simplistic in terms of layout its very straight forward with the one main picture which is seen at the top then the text follows underneath in paragraphs.
  • 6.   They always have the picture form the film on the top with important information below it such the release date, director and the stars. There are vertical columns and rectangle picture with the first line of the review in bold Sometimes the picture is also in between the texts to break it up.
  • 7.  The colour scheme uses mainly neutral colours such as white, grey and black. This is quite good as it makes the images in the review more striking and stand out more. They have the date and the director in bright colours so that they stand out for the audience.
  • 8. The font used for the title is IMPACT 16 The font used for the director and stars is Rockwell Condensed 10 The font for the actual writing of the review is Calibri 9
  • 9.   They are mainly a few paragraphs made up of a few lines They start by talking about previous work from the stars and directors, and then goes on to the give the magazines opinion.
  • 10.  The unique thing about Little White Lies magazine is that it has like side column in chronological order including anticipation, enjoyment and retrospect, this also what the Cop Out review has.
  • 11.    Listing of previous films The language is quite chatty and very informal. Its opiniated
  • 12.   It think its quite effective as it is very different. The unique cover pages automatically interest the reader. The informal language also make it enjoyable to read the review.
  • 13.  The review highlights the identity of the magazine as, it is quirky and chatty and informal. Just like the magazine with the very unique front covers.
  • 14.   I personally think in terms of the layout, in a magazine style will be quite easy to layout on the page along with the rating system. However I think the actual language of the review will be a bit difficult as everyone has their own style, therefore it may prove difficult to stick to that.