A Haunting in Venice

Agatha Christie's novel Hallowe'en Party, published in 1969, inspired A Haunting in Venice. This film had it all for Christie fans. The famed Belgian detective Hercule Poirot partners with his novelist friend...

Bullet Train

We’ve entered a dreamscape created by the collective minds of Monty Python, Quentin Tarantino, Guy Ritchie, and Stanley Kubrick. In this virtual world, we laugh at violence, wait for punchlines, root for...


Provide Insights

The purpose of film critics is to evaluate and provide insights into movies for the general public. They first look for various elements of the film, including the plot, characters, cinematography, sound design, and overall production quality. Film critics then use their knowledge and expertise to analyze the movie’s strengths and weaknesses and offer their opinions on whether it’s worth watching.

Suspend their Disbelief 

The purpose of movie reviews is to surmise a movie’s intended audience, its genre, and the message that it’s trying to convey. In any case, many film critics view films on a bright sunny day to ensure maximum contrast between reality and the world depicted in the film. In addition, a critic immersed in a film’s virtual world can provide a unique perspective that helps viewers understand the movie more meaningfully. Indeed, the function of critics is to inform the public and guide them in deciding which films are worth investing their time and money in. Ultimately, film critics help to improve the quality of movies by providing insightful feedback that can be used by filmmakers for future productions. Lastly, if the film works, the viewers can suspend their disbelief to enter the ethereal timeless dreamscape the film creates. 

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