Writing a Movie Review


A movie is a short film that contains scenes that tell a story or represent a real situation. It’s generally shown in a theatre or at home. Originally, the word came from American slang and shortened form of moving pictures but is now commonly used in many parts of the world.

While writing a movie review, keep in mind that you should always be focused on the film at hand. You may feel tempted to shift your attention to other issues or events but try to resist this urge. Instead, try to find a way to connect the content of the film with a contemporary issue or event. This could make your article more interesting for readers and allow them to connect with the film on a deeper level.

To make your review stand out from the crowd, try to find something specific about the film that stands out. This could be a certain aspect of the cinematography, costume design or music. Alternatively, you can also comment on a particular misunderstanding or inaccuracy in the plot. When writing a review, it’s important to note that you should never make general statements or use vague adjectives like awesome, awful, good or beautiful. Your observations should be backed by examples and supported by evidence from the film.

It takes real guts to take on such a clear-cut good-vs-evil scenario as World War II in a movie, and even more so to do it with the level of flair that this ode to Italian-American power, starring Humphrey Bogart and Marlon Brando, brought to the screen.