Reviews are generally referred to as the short descriptions of literary pieces, motion pictures, theatrical plays, TV programs and such. They are written in order to enlighten readers about news in different cultural areas and to give them recommendations, opinions and suggestions about movie, books, exhibitions, etc.
A basic review usually consists of three major parts:
- The introduction in which you need to summarize all the information of the book/film, etc. It includes title, name of author/director, type, genre, actors, setting.
- The main body will have two paragraphs. One will describe the main points of the plot as they happen in the movie/book and the other one will have general notes as to the main characters, their acting technique and director’s skills.
- The concluding paragraph includes writer’s suggestions about the subject of thereview based on the reasoning provided in the earlier paragraphs.
Reviews can be found in special literature aimed at reviewing new movies, works of art, books and other cultural phenomena. The writing style commonly depends on the intended audience therefore the writer must choose in accordance with the targeted reader. Reviews are normally written using present tense with vivid adjective in the attempt of making the reader better understand the plot.