Comedies, action, adventure, sci-fi, drama and horror –indie films come in all shapes and sizes. Here is a list of a few for viewing consideration.(READ MORE)
If you decide to review a superhero film for you next evaluation, you may choose from the following (READ MORE)
From disasters, to dystopian futures, to alien invasions, to time travel, to science gone amok -(READ MORE)
As you dive into this week’s materials, you’ll explore many aspects of acting (and the evaluation of it), and more writing/evaluation tips.
Submit a review on an adaptation, biopic, based on a true story film, screenplay-driven film, or a film celebrating cinematography (film options are located on theFilmcritic.org in modules 4&5 or by the links above. Once complete, email your document or link to …
If at all possible it is best to review a remake after watching the original film or an earlier version (Read more)
While there is no perfect definitive collection of film adaptations, I thought I’d take another route. Today, I’m offering you an A-Z look at a few films worthy of investigating. (READ MORE)
Anytime we hear or see the words – “based on a true story” or “inspired by actual events” – we may find ourselves wanting to know more, or wanting to explore the real story. (READ MORE)
As you begin to explore films for visual appeal, you should look no further than by examining those selected as the best by some of the world’s best cinematographers.
Use this guideline to write your review of “Hollywood and Film.” This should be posted to your film review blog by the due date (READ MORE)
Here is a quick overview for writing a film review …