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Key Points to Consider
· It is best to watch the film first of all, prior to reading anything about how it is perceived, so that you are not prejudiced or predisposed to a certain opinion about it. However, it is important to acquaint yourself with the critics’ opinions and the perceptions of the wider audience at some point, as this is the basic information that any film review must have.
· Think of other films in the same genre or that depict a similar story. Compare them with the film you are reviewing and make note of its comparative strengths and weaknesses.
· It is advisable to allow yourself sufficient time to reflect on the film, then write a review after you have watched it for the second time, if time permits. A few hours of digesting what you have just watched might be enough to analyze the impact of the film and get a fuller sense of impressions.
· A useful tip is to watch some behind the scenes footage or interviews with actors and crew to get a better picture of the production process.
· Another interesting approach is to pick one distinctive scene from the film that made a particularly strong impression on you, and analyze it in detail. However, there is no need to describe the scene itself in specifics to avoid being a spoiler, especially if it is close to the culmination. Instead, focus on the actors’ performance, setting, music, light, characters’ behavior and dialogue.
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