Similar to a book report you write in school, movie reports entail the essential parts beyond the film’s summary. In other words, you write about the main characters, their roles and the life lessons an audience can take from the film, itself. You gather notes from the book, compare and contrast the story-line to the film.
Here are examples of a book report:
What is the book’s story-line?
Who are the main characters?
Who is the protagonist?
Who is the antagonist?
What have you learned from the book?
Here are examples of a movie report:
Write the film’s synopsis with 32 words or less.
Name & Describe the characters.
What are the main characters’ purposes in the film?
What are the similarities and differences between the film & book versions?
Overall conclusion about the life lessons audiences can gather from the film.
For the past week, I have been playing too much Nancy Drew computer games and doing less homework and writing little to no blog posts. It seems as if I am on another blogging break at the moment. But, that’s okay, I am blogging this post for today, but mostly about Nancy Drew and the awesome online games.
After purchasing the “Curse of Blackmoor Manor” a few years ago and currently bought “The Deadly Device” and “Alibi in Ashes,” I have playing one game at a time. “Alibi in Ashes” is a fun game, where I convert from Nancy to Ned and other people, investigating a crime happening in River Heights.
These mystery books and videogames are awesome to read and play and I recommend it to anyone who enjoys reading mysteries. It would be awesome if there was a computer game of Nancy Drew and the Hardy Boys.
What do you like about the Nancy Drew computer games?