A Family Movie Review Takes Into Account All Aspects
A movie is a form of motion video that is widely used as a mode of entertainment. After being started in the 20th century, movies have undergone many transformations and evolved in different forms in different decades. Simultaneously with the evolution of movies, there has also been an evolution in the kind of movie reviews. A movie review is a brief summary of the movie and the pros and cons of the movie. A family movie review takes into account all the aspects of the movie, starting from the violence content to the skill of the director. It analyses each one of them and accordingly, prepares an article on how the movie is. A movie review rates a movie based on its content, as 'U' for 'Viewable by Under 18' and 'A' for 'Adult' rating. Some movies have the rating U/A which means that they are viewable by kids to a certain extent, but at the same times, there are certain parts that are not advisable for kids to watch.
A family movie review is a movie review that presents its perspective from a family point of view. Elucidating, a family movie review explains whether the movie can be viewed by a whole family together or not. For example, movies with excessive sexual content are not appropriate to be viewed by a family. Such movies are filtered out with the help of such family movie reviews. A family movie review takes into account several factors of the movie like the violence content, sexual content, language content and other anti-children factors like drug content, etc. It judges the movie from these angles and decides if the movie is fit to be watched by the whole family or not. Based on this review, the public can come to a conclusion about the nature of the movie.
Let us now take an example of a family movie review. Considering one of the famous movies released recently, it would be appropriate to see a family movie review of the movie, "Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement". A family movie review of the movie could be as follows.
(In 1st person perspective)
With the recent trends in movies, there has been a surge towards making sequels of good films, and the sequels proving to be a horrifying variation from the original. This was the first thought that popped into my mind when I saw the advertisement for this movie on TV. Ironically, the next day I was 'dragged' to the movie, thanks to the relentless pestering of my five year old daughter. The only solace was that the movie was directed by Garry Marshall and he was not a director who would plan a movie offhand. The same crew that starred in the prequel was retained, Julie Andrews, Anne Hathaway, Heather Matarazzo and the others. The first Princess Diaries was a good movie, about a 15 year old girl fantasizing herself as a princess, then finding out the distinction between fantasy and reality and coping with it. The lead character in the movie, Mia Thermopoulis has just finished graduation at Princeton in World Affairs and diplomacy, setting a nice launching pad for becoming a queen. She returns to Genovia to ascend the throne, but is faced with a new hurdle that Genovian queens must be married before they can step on the throne. The problem is worsened with the presence of a competitor to Mia. The rest of the movie is about how Mia resolves the issue and whether she gets to rule Genovia or not. Though the movie gives the impression that it is meant for children, actually it's a good movie for adults also who would appreciate the sequences that are tacked on. All in all, this is a really good movie for the family, a really good family entertainer.