Film criticism is the analysis and evaluation of films and the film medium. In general, it can be divided into journalistic criticism such as appears regularly in newspapers and other popular, mass-media outlets and academic criticism by film scholars that is informed by film theory and published in academic journals. –Source Link
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MovieSlant was founded on the principle that we have a deep love, interest and appreciation for the “Motion Picture”. Sometimes it’s aesthetic, sometimes it’s story, sometimes it’s film style, sometimes it’s all or none of the above.
Either way well be using this forum, as well as its connected social platforms to speak our minds and listen to yours. Hopefully you find participating and reading our content as enjoyable as we do.
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Sky is the limit at this point. I’ll leave you with this:
Matt Groening, “How To Be A Clever Film Critic,” Life In Hell (1985)