The Film Critics of HubPages
I admit that I am not the best film critic; after all, I am just a film student with only a few years of experience under my belt, and my writing is always in need of an editor. As much as I am passionate about the hubs I write, I would never expect anyone to judge a film based on one review, but only upon their own feelings. Of course, it does help to hear the opinions of others, because if the majority of them think that a movie is good or bad, it can help decide whether or not a movie is worth checking out.
HubPages is a great place to find people who are very passionate about movies. Besides myself, there are many who are dedicated to sharing their views on a particular film or their knowledge of the film industry to the general public. Here are a few:
Though not exactly a film critic, Cogerson is still a very important writer to note. Everyone who writes anything about movies knows about Cogerson, and for good reason. He is the go-to guy for great movies, box office information, classic actor/actress information, and much more. His writings are very informative, straightforward, and interesting. If you plan to write about movies for HubPages, you definitely need to be introduced to one of the best movie buffs on HubPages.
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Here is a well-known “bad movie” lover. FatFreddysCat writes about movies that he enjoyed watching, most of which came from the bargain bin. These tend to be B-movie horror films, like “Evil Bong”, “Hell Night”, and “Vertical Limit”. His reviews are often funny, clever, smart, persuasive, and personal, meaning that he reviews based on his own experience with the film. Not only is FatFreddysCat a great film critic, but he is also “a die-hard rock fan”.
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Here’s a film critic who also writes about movies as a personal experience. Garlonuss tackles both good and bad films, and even argues whether certain "classic" movies (such as “A Clockwork Orange”) should be considered classics at all. Unlike many film critics on HubPages, Garlonuss states his opinion about the film in the title of his hubs (for example, he wrote a Hub called “Little Drummer Boy’s storytelling is a little weak-Pa-rum-pa-pum-pum”). Not only is this clever, but will also let people know exactly what to expect. Whether you agree with him or not, Garlonuss is still a great writer, and he’s never afraid to speak his mind.
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Like myself, Innersmiff is a film student, which gives him expertise about filmmaking, film theory, story/structure,and film language. It should be no surprise that he is a great source for film criticism. Innersmiff’s understanding of the filmmaking process clearly shows in his work, and he is not afraid to speak his mind. On top of that, he is very funny, and respectful towards the opinion of others, and overall a great writer.
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Another popular film critic, Robwrite is insightful, smart, interesting, and personal. Rob is one of the strongest writers on HubPages: his choice of words to describe his feelings about a film is carefully thought out and he makes his point potent and clear. He also writes about his opinions and beliefs with other issues, whether they are political, spiritual, or social.
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One of my favorite horror movie film critics on HubPages, Somnambulist876 aspires to bring movies that we’ve never heard of before to our attention. He’s a talented writer, very smart, and worth checking out.
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Not only a critic of bad movies (such as “Gigli”, “Hulk”, and “Batman & Robin”), SPomposello is also a health professional (meaning that he is good for you!) SPomposello’s reviews are not only insightful, but also humorous and clever. His reviews are always enjoyable to read.
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Steven is a good friend of mine and he is an excellent writer. His film reviews have much care and thought put into them, and he continues to be one of the most popular film critics on HubPages. Even if you do not agree with him, Steven is very respectful, honest, intelligent, and caring towards others. Sometimes he may challenge your opinion, however, this usually creates great, thought-provoking discussions. One of my best friends and favorite writers on HubPages, Steven will enlighten you with his superior knowledge of movies.
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Tschaunerb movie reviews are mostly horror movies, but she does write about other films, most of which are seldom known. She is a “Go-To” critic for interesting movies--whether big or small, good or bad--that are either American or Asian. In addition to that, she also has very useful Hubs about writing. Smart, insightful, funny, and useful...what more could you ask for?
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Not everyone has the same opinion about a film, but that is what defines film as art. Although the film critics' job is to analyze a film and present their thoughts and feelings about it, they shouldn't dictate the thoughts and feelings of everybody else. In the end, it's your opinion that counts. However, it doesn't hurt to know what to expect from a movie before you choose to see it in theaters, buy it, or rent it.
Carl the Critic © HubPages.com
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