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Films or movies are popular all over the world. As a consequence, they are a very common topic of conversation. So it's important to know how to describe how, where, when a film was made, who the actors in a film are and what the story of the film is.
In English, there is specific vocabulary which is used to do this. The focus here is on the vocabulary for talking about the different parts and roles in a film and other film related vocabulary. Most of this vocabulary can also be used for describing TV programmes or theatre plays.
Describing a film In the following text, Simon and Rebecca are talking about and giving their opinions about the film 'Saving Private Ryan'.
Then do the quiz at the end to check if you are right. I know it's a war film, but I love it. It's got a brilliant cast, there are so many excellent actors in it like Matt Damon, Vin Diesel etc And of course, there is Tom Hanks as the main character Captain Miller. It's one of his best films.
The famous actor Ted Dansen is in the film for about 3 minutes. It's a shame that he wasn't in the film for longer. Also, do you know that although the film is set in France during the D-Day invasion, it was actually filmed in the south of England? I think it was one of the best films directed by Steven Spielberg.
I love the opening scene when they are landing on the beach on D-Day. That scene has some of the best twenty minutes of action in the whole history of cinema for me. The special effects are excellent, with the explosions and the people being blown up. It looks so real. But for me, I like the scene when the men are walking in the countryside and talking about why they have to save Private Ryan.
The dialogue is excellent, I can imagine that I would say that if I were in a similar situation. How they have to go and save a soldier whose 3 brothers have all died fighting and how they have to go behind enemy lines to do it. To be honest, I can't remember the film's score.
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Phrases for writing a film review Kind of film (genre) drama action film thriller When writing a film review, use words and phrases from the list. You can add expressions from film reviews you have read. What this handout is about.
These three verb tenses account for approximately 80% of the verb tense use in academic writing. This handout will help you understand how present simple, past simple, and present perfect verb tenses are used in academic writing.
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