User Reviews - Write A Movie Review For Other Members

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by Andy Bassett Feb 17, 2019 at 7:53 AM


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    User Reviews - Write A Movie Review For Other Members
    It’s fair to say that a lot of AVForums’ members are into movies and TV. Indeed, it’s often the driver behind members spending so much time, effort and money in making sure they have exactly the right, quality hardware in place - so that they’re ready to enjoy a superior audio visual experience provided by these films and shows.
    We’d love that enthusiasm for AV hardware, TV and movies to be expressed further, so why not take a little time to write a review and post it under the ‘User Reviews’ section of a film’s main article on AVForums? If you viewed a film or TV show at home, you could also tell us about the kit you watched it on.

    It’s very easy to post a review. All you need to do is log on to AVForums and select the film review by searching our editorial system. If it exists and the film’s page has loaded, you’ll see several tabs running across the top of the article just above the movie image. One of the tabs is called User Reviews, simply click that and hit the Write Review button. Write your review in whatever manner you feel appropriate - short and to the point or long and contemplative - and then hit Post. Usual forums guidelines will apply.

    While you’re there, take a moment to see what others have written and whether their experiences and opinions match your own.

    A few members are already doing this, for example:
    lucasisking -
    https://www.avforums.com/members/lucasisking.204020/#user-reviews

    VisionMan -
    https://www.avforums.com/user-reviews/review/discovery-season-2-ep1-review.962/

    Soundizer -
    https://www.avforums.com/user-reviews/review/dc-titans-on-netflix.956/

    Coulson -
    https://www.avforums.com/user-reviews/review/the-real-rambo.936/

    Since films and TV shows come with so many moving parts - ranging from story, characters, casting, cinematography through to pacing, score and VFX - there'll usually be something that either really clicks or completely winds you up!

    So whether they make you feel good, bad or indifferent, we’d love to hear your reviews of the hardware, films and shows you're watching.


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