Usually, book and movie reviews look easy, but they undoubtedly take a higher place in terms of time. If you’re writing the review for college or university, the situation is totally different. You are not only asked to share your impressions of the book and suggest it to your friends or other readers. You are required to structure a piece of writing, which will analyze the book from various aspects. Besides this, writing a movie review is also not a fun task as it sounds, particularly since university teacher gives the movie you require to review. The key purpose of such an assignment is to teach students the genre of the book or movie, and it is most often when students have do not find it interesting. This makes both reading the book and watching the movie time-consuming and frustrating.
How we craft a book review
Our writers understand that a book review should provide the reader with a hint about the book. He analysis the characters, themes, arguments, and key ideas of the book. He also includes the feel of the book through different quotes in writing the review. Furthermore, the writer includes the following things in the review:
- Who the author is, and what is their character in literature? What is the usual style the readers distinguish him by?
- What is the genre of the book? What type of audience does it target? How well does this book fit in?
- In what manner the message of the heading explained in the text?
- In what structure the book is?
How we craft movie review
Our reviewers focus on the details of the movie and watch it various times to understand the key ideas and message in the movie before writing the review. They start with a compelling fact behind the movie and then provide a catchy introduction that attracts the readers. Then they include a comparison to the relevant movie and add a well-established opinion early on.