Attention to detail is the hallmark of the great directors like Martin Scorsese and where possible we try to cover everything or at least answer it here.
In short, an honest opinion framed in a text that doesn’t spoil your enjoyment of the movie.
Within the review I will keep the movie’s surprises secret so that you can still enjoy the it without knowing what comes next.
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I am fortunate to attend many press screenings and so I see many films in advance of their scheduled release dates. Quite often these movies have embargo dates which prevent me from publishing reviews too far ahead of their release – which I’m fine with. As a rule of thumb it’s usually no more than a 1-2 weeks ahead of a movie’s general release, depending on its embargo status.
Initially no. That said, I can work to set lengths if required to by a publication or magazine. Usually I write the review as I see it and then edit it (down usually) to accommodate a publisher’s requirements if needed.
Not at the moment. I principally write in English and occasionally French but all the reviews generally start in English as it is my mother tongue.
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Quite often movie distributors will request that movie reviewers delay publication of their reviews until the film is about to launch in cinemas. Until then it is “under embargo” thereby forbidding a review’s public distribution.
This is normal practice for movies seen far ahead of their release dates and as such No Spoiler Reviews respects this.
Whilst I have been watching movies for many years, I have have only recently started writing about them. As such you will notice a concentration of movie reviews from 2017 onwards. This will change over time as I want to revisit and reassess many classic movies that have shaped my opinions and had such an effect on me.
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About an hour. The initial draft happens quite quickly but then I will redraft it continuously for pacing.
Usually I will write a movie’s review either on the same day or (if professional considerations can be set aside) possibly the day after if the impact needs more time to sink in – but no more than that.
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I have only recently started writing film criticism and articles about the movies in the last few years (i.e. from 2015). What started out as a fringe activity for friends and family on Facebook has now grown in to something bigger as more and more people want to enjoy their movies without the surprises being ruined.
At the moment, yes. However even as I’m typing this, I can see that this is going to change as I’m starting to review TV series in line with the explosion of high quality series from Netflix and others.
Watch this space as a TV series section will be coming online shortly.
I try to make it as detailed as I can (within the limitations of not revealing any spoilers).
Most movies have a stand-out feature or a killer performance that marks it out. I try to focus on these key impressions. What I try to do is give the reader a sense of what they are going to see without revealing the whole mise-en-scène.
No, or at least not that I’m aware of. I try to approach every movie with an open mind and most importantly: passion.
One consideration I do try to keep in mind when writing a movie review is how well it reads after you’ve seen the film. A good movie review should read well both before and after you’ve seen the movie.
If it is commissioned piece with an urgent deadline I normally use my iPad. If there’s more time then I might use my desktop Mac. In either case I use an open platform word processing app so I can distribute the review(s) in any format (Text, Word, PDF and more) to any computer system.