How to write a film review?

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cburbine | Student, Undergraduate | (Level 1) eNoter

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The basics for writing a film review are as follows: 1) start with a synopsis of the film (i.e. inform the audience about the plot), 2) give your opinion about the film, 3) describe the actors performances, direction, screenplay, ect., 4) and end with a conclusion on what you wrote about earlier on your opinon about the film, but create a conclusion similar to a conclusion you would use in a essay. That is, sum up the film by stating the above and give the audience the pro's and the con's of the film. If you need examples of film reviews, go to my film review site and read some of the reviews I wrote. This will give you an idea how to write them. Here is the link: http://www.examiner.com/film-249-in-tampa-bay/christopher-burbine

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