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Representing films


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Representing films

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Representing films

  1. 1. Representing films
  2. 2. Movie review
  3. 3. Movie review Writing a movie review is a great way of expressing your opinion of a movie.  The purpose of most movie reviews is to help the reader in determining whether they want to watch the movie.  The review should give enough details about the movie that the reader can make an informed decision, without giving anyway any essentials such as the plot or any surprises.  Below are our guidelines and tips for writing a good movie review.
  4. 4. Movie review   Below are our guidelines and tips for writing a good movie review. 1. Watch the movie 2. Give your opinion 3. Give an outline (don't give away essential details) 4. Actors 5. Structure 6.Cinematography and lighting (evaluate the technical elements)
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  6. 6. Movie review The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2 Despite the slow start Mr. Condon closes the series in fine, smooth style. He gives fans all the lovely flowers, conditioned hair and dreamy kisses they deserve. Just as smartly he also shakes the series up with an unexpectedly fierce, entertaining battle that finds the Cullens, flanked by their wolf friends and various vampire allies, facing down the Volturi. Set on a snowy field, this whirlwind of clashing fangs and flying fur rouses Bella to action. It also injects the movie with an invigorating energy that the movies have rarely sustained since the first “Twilight,” when Catherine Hardwicke, a messy but spirited director, introduced Bella and Edward. It turns out that there’s something to be said about watching these two lovebirds tap into their inner monsters. It’s bloody good fun while it lasts.
  7. 7. Representing films