Using stills from the movie that isOne popular convention is to use being reviewed is also anothera double page spread and use good convention to use, as itlarge images from the film as this makes you want to see what elsereally catches the eye and there is.promotes the film well.Big clear title soyou can easily seewhat film is beingreviewed. Facts about the film are also another good conventionThe other because it reallyimportant gets the readerconvention is the interested in thereview it’s self film in just a fewwitch is often lines.small, becauseelse the readerwon’t bother toread it if it’s lot oftext. It is white ona blackbackground tohelp it becomemore eye catching.
Oneconvention ofthis review isthat they haveincluded theirown brandingat the top ofthe page.They put thetitle very bigand bold in allcapitals so itstands out andthe reader caneasily seewhat film theyare reviewingand they alsoinclude theage limit of thefilm. A very good convention this In this review they use a one review uses is the verdict and image that takes up a full stats section (with a graph) page and a bit more, this is a where if the reader doesn’t good convention as they use want to read all the text they a very strong, iconic image, can simply just look at this with gains eye contact with and get a summary. the reader.
On this magazine review On this review they use thethey use a big bold title generic convention that allthat stands out so you can film reviews do of putting ainstantly see what film movie still as a largethey are reviewing. picture as it shows people the film and also the main characters in the film. One good technique they use is this banner, it’s got a green background and yellow writing so it stands out from the rest of the page, and gives you a quite from the critic and it’s full of strong emotive words. They have a verdict section at the bottom of the page which gives you a summary of the film and their rating witch is easy to read.
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