Paid to Watch and Review Movies
having a career where you get paid to do the same thing that most people
do for fun.
is something very exciting about watching movies for free (usually
they are released), letting people know your opinion, and then being
paid to do it.
a movie reviewer (also known as a movie critic) or movie
writer, you will have a rare chance to write about something you
You will be able to do something as part of your job that you would otherwise
do for pure enjoyment.
fact, nearly everyone is already a movie reviewer. We all sit down with
friends or family to discuss and debate the merits and entertainment value
of the latest films.
However, movie reviewers
a lot more people with their opinions. According to a recent online report,
several movie reviewers including Roger Ebert are among the 100
most influential people in movie history.
no wonder movie reviewers have rare access to the stars. Celebrities
depend on the media, so many of them are just as happy to meet you as you
are to meet them.
Many reviewers have gone
on to careers in the film industry themselves. If you love movies so much
you want to make them, working as a movie reviewer can teach you about the
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one of the world's most exciting and competitive businesses.
you would like to break into the exciting career of movie reviewing, the
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author is Mark Juddery, who has taught classes on movie reviewing, and written
about the movies for 15 years for magazines, newspapers and websites. Although
he lives thousands of miles away from Hollywood, Mark has interviewed many
stars and his numerous writing credits range from major daily newspapers
to Mad Magazine (movie parodies, of course) to Salon.
this guide he shares with you his own experiences as well as
expert advice from 20 professional movie reviewers.
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to become a movie "expert"
to get free admission to the movies
best resources for improving your writing skills, plus how
to find your own unique writing style
of movie reviews are analyzed to help you write your own reviews
to come up with ideas for:
about the movies
industry news stories
rights and how to protect your work
easiest way to break into movie reviewing
to get paid to write about the movies for
to approach editors so they are interested in hiring you (plus what
not to say)
(includes an email query)
you can sell the same article to more than one publication
reasons why editors reject articles
one type of movie story that magazine editors want most
best markets for movie reviewers (who they are, what
they buy, how to approach them)
on writing and selling a book about the movies (including what types
of movie books publishers are looking for)
to get a full-time or part-time job as a staff writer at a magazine,
newspaper or television station
unconventional ways to break into movie reviewing
you will discover
to make contacts in the movie industry
to connect with a celebrity through their agent or publicist
a beginner can do and say to land an interview with a famous movie
to deal with "difficult" stars and avoid getting sued
to write a "celebrity profile"
to ask, and what to do, when interviewing a celebrity
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editors and stars
a local correspondent for national publications
to quit your day job and become a full-time movie writer
on becoming a syndicated columnist
to avoid "phony reviews" and 5 other things that can hurt your career
to create a website to help market you to editors
top resources, organizations, and awards for movie reviewers
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