Reviews. Definition. A review is an article in a newspaper or magazine in which someone gives their views on a book, play, film, TV programme, etc. Purpose. Factual information about the subject . Opinion to help the reader . Structure. Structure.
A review is an article in a newspaper or magazine in which someone gives their views on a book, play, film, TV programme, etc.
Some factual details that could be included:
Some other opinion details that could be included:
Extras characters a classic a scene
The author a star a performance
A thriller the plot a flop a chapter
A role a script a masterpiece an act
A box-office hit the stage
(particularly) memorable (entirely) predictable (truly) original
(really) lively (excruciatingly) boring (totally) unconvincing
over the top (extremely) popular
(almost) inaudible (incredibly) stylish (vastly) overrated
entertaining (profoundly) moving (quite) sophisticated (absolutely) hilarious (refreshingly) different
(a bit) flat (beautifully) recorded
Which review contains the most factual information?
Which one expresses strong personal opinions?
Which one do you think is the most balanced?
Which review is the most formal?