The movie review should be an originally written (will be checked for plagiarism) 800-1200-word (more if you deem it necessary) 4 to 5 pages, approximately 250 words per page, double-spaced, standard margins, single-sided analysis of the movie “Detroit” Student’s name, class, and date should be in the upper right; title of movie should be centered at top of page.
Watch the movie twice and take notes of both major and minor events and characters.
Carry out a thorough research. Look for details such as the name of filmmaker and his/her motivation to make that film or documentary work, locations, plot, characterization, historic events that served as an inspiration for the movie (if applicable).
Basically, your research should serve to collect information that provides more depth to the review
Include examples for claims you make about the movie. If the plot has holes, then mention an example of a situation or scene when that was evident.
Also, if the character(s) is poorly developed or bad casting affected the movie quality, name examples too. Provide examples when commenting dialogues, locations, plot, ext.
Consider and comment on the movie’s originality and quality of scenes.
The Movie Review should include:
1. Introduction (with title, release date, background information)
2. Summary of the story
3. Submit a logline for the movie followed by the analysis.
4. Analysis of the plot elements (rising action, climax) The Analysis should examine how policing is displayed and how the various characters interact. What insight(s) or idea can be drawn from the work, and what are its strengths and weaknesses.
Additionally, you should note how the work reflects your knowledge and experience (or lack thereof) with the topic. Creative elements (dialogues, characters, use of colors, camera techniques, mood, tone, symbols, costumes or anything that contributes or takes away from the overall plot)
5. Opinion (supported with examples and facts from the story)
6. Conclusion (announcing whether the filmmaker was successful in his/her purpose, re-state your evidence, explain how the motion picture was helpful for providing a deeper understand of course topic)