Bên cạnh hướng dẫn cách Phân tích+Sửa bài hs đạt 7.0"The chart below shows waste collection by a recycling centre from 2011 to 2015" IELTS WRITING TASK 1 (bar graph), IELTS TUTOR HƯỚNG DẪN Cách trả lời "Do you believe movie reviews?" IELTS SPEAKING PART 3.
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II. Cách trả lời "Do you believe movie reviews?"
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- Main idea 1: On the one hand, movie reviews can be useful in providing an idea of what to expect from a film and whether it might be worth watching.
- Supporting idea:
- Movie reviews can provide an overview of the film's plot, performances, production values, and overall quality, which can be helpful for viewers in deciding whether or not to watch it.
- This information can save viewers time and money by helping them avoid movies they are unlikely to enjoy. >> IELTS TUTOR lưu ý Cách dùng danh từ"information"tiếng anh
- Example: For example, if a movie reviewer praises a film for its engaging story, stunning visuals, and strong acting performances, it may encourage people to watch it. Similarly, if a movie review criticizes a film for being poorly written, badly acted, or having weak production values, it may discourage people from watching it.
- Supporting idea:
- Main idea 2: On the other hand, some reviewers may be biased towards certain genres or filmmakers, which can affect the objectivity of their reviews.
- Supporting idea: This can lead to reviews that are not representative of the quality of the film, and can mislead audiences. >> IELTS TUTOR Giải thích phrasal verb: lead to sth
- Example: One example to illustrate this point is the movie "Joker" directed by Todd Phillips. While the movie received critical acclaim and numerous awards, some reviewers criticized the film for its depiction of violence and its potential to incite real-world violence. However, others argue that such criticisms are unfounded and suggest that the negative reviews may be due to the reviewers' bias against the superhero/comic book genre or the director himself.