Be it English movie reviews or Hindi movie reviews, it is something that is very much known to the people. As soon as the movie release date is announced, everyone tends to looks for its IMDB rating along with critics rating. Irrespective of any ‘-wood’ – Hollywood or Bollywood everyone prefers checking the movie reviews before deciding whether or not to watch the film.
Regardless of any art form, critiquing is the most difficult thing to do especially when it comes to movies. While reviewing a movie several factors have to be considered apart from the story and cast which includes direction, cinematography, editing, sound design, VFX and many more. And together they constitute for a good movie. The year 2013 has been a good year in terms of some brilliant movies that made it to the theatres across the world including Bhaag Milkha Bhaag, The Lunchbox, Man Of Steel, Disney’s Frozen, to name a few. Today more than the story or the stellar cast, audience love the aesthetic ambience or environment portrayed in the movie. Visual effects and CGI are the most talked about element in the present day when it comes to movies.
Movies are the most entertaining thing that is received well irrespective of any situations. The number of movies releasing every year In Bollywood and Hollywood along with other regional language and world language cinema is quite staggering. In India, every movie is accepted with a wide grin and watching movies is the favorite pastime of almost every Indian. No matter what Hindi movie reviews or English movie reviews say, audiences are always game to watch their favorite movies. Gradually movie watching experience is enhancing owing to the sophistication of movie theatres. Multiplexes like INOX FAME, PVR Cinemas and others offer a superb movie experience to the audiences with plush seats, brilliant clear visuals, state-of-the-art surround sound and several other features.
Movie reviews though is an interesting thing to do but is equally difficult at the same time. Reviewing movies is a very intricate task which requires reviews to pay attention to even the smallest detail that maybe missed easily. Right from the screenplay to the smallest of flaws, movie reviewing requires every detail to be apt and precise. Be it English movie reviews or Hindi movie reviews, critics have to be very careful while critiquing any given film. While Hollywood is famous for realistic settings and detailed visual effects or CGI work, Bollywood movies are well known for the extra dash of masala, drama, songs & dance sequences, etc. In India if the movie doesn’t have a song sequence with latke-jhatkes and a little bit dishum-dishum, it is sort of a turn off for the audiences.
Few of the best movie critics featured on TV channels as well as newspaper columns include names like Rajeev Masand, Raja Sen, Anupama Chopra along with other critics who write for publications like The Guardian, Hollywood Reporter and many more.
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