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3D Movie Reviews - Views of Public Opinion

3D Movie Reviews - Views of Public Opinion - How the public receives 3D movies tells a lot about the quality of the film as a whole. If this film gets a lot of positive responses, then the creator and everyone behind him must really feel good about themselves. However, if the number of negative responses is higher than the positive ones, then, let's hope the creator's luck next time they lay their hands to work on the film again.

3D Movie Reviews - Views of Public Opinion

The response to 3D movies is what we refer to as 3D movie reviews. This can also help predict the number of movie viewers who will be very willing to pay just to be able to watch movies. After all, if negative reviews are written about a particular film, who in their right mind would even go and buy tickets just to watch a rotten movie?

To provide a more formal definition, 3D film reviews are film assessments and analysis. This can be categorized into two: journalistic criticism and academic criticism. Academic criticism is carried out by film critics who take an academic approach to film. This is also known as film theory or film studies. 

We really think that this category would be more forgiving of mistakes in films if they existed because they seemed to know the whole process of filmmaking and the difficulties people in the industry had to face. 

Also, the reviews that are labeled academic are quite full of technical terms so it is more difficult for the masses to understand them. Journalistic criticism, on the other hand, involves 3D film reviews made by film critics who work for newspapers, magazines, and the like. It also includes online movie review sites such as Rotten Tomatoes and Metacritic, which collect film reviews from various film critics to set specific scores. 

Rotten Tomatoes is one of the most popular online movie review sites.

Clearly, from these two categories, journalistic criticism will have a greater impact on the masses. This is not only because newspapers and magazines are more affordable, and this is also because that is more obtuse in their criticisms and complaints about how the film was made and how the actors and actresses give life to their roles. 

So, it would be very understandable if people in the film industry would care more about pleasing those who work for newspapers and magazines.

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