When writing movie reviews about older films, keep in mind what you know would be the most significant and insignificant details to share in your review. When writing movie reviews, keep in mind:
- That the first paragraph should include a brief synopsis about the film and where it leads to.
- Whereas the second paragraph is what you find the most appealing about the film and why you like it.
- The third paragraph should be about the non-attractive details you find that should have been left out of the film and why so.
- The overall conclusion should dive into your opinion if you think this film should or should not be recommended to watch and what your reasons are for giving this film a certain grade. For example, the film has a good plot which made plenty of sense.
In an upcoming blog post, I will write a review about a movie which was released in 1986 called “Witchboard” to provide you an example of how a movie review is written.