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If you're looking to pad your wallet with some extra green, this guide will help you get paid for your opinion of movies.
Step 1: Pick films you like
Pick films that you know you will like. This doesn't mean you can't write a negative review, but don't pick something you know you'll hate.
Step 2: Read a lot of reviews
Read a lot of movie reviews in magazines, newspapers, or on the internet to learn the basic structure and format of a review.
Step 3: Be honest
Pick a clear stance and give a clear reason why you either liked or disliked a specific person, a part of the film, or the whole film.
Always be committed and speak from the heart -- don't be pretentious by liking or disliking something because a majority of people do.
Step 4: Inject personality
Inject your own personality and voice into each review and use punchy wording and phrases.
Step 5: Post online
Post your reviews online and locate sites that will share advertising royalties with their writers based on the number of visitors they attract.
Step 6: Segue to print
Segue to newspapers or magazines by building a portfolio to show off and to grow your online audience. Soon you'll be as famous as Siskel and Ebert.
Did You Know?
In 2008, fewer than one in 10 Americans read a national newspaper as more people relied on internet and cable television for their news.
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