Critical Film Review

1) Choose a film that you have seen.

**about the**

*your specific opinions***that stood out to you. You can write about specific characters, actors, overall character development, dialogue, cinematography, story, plot, etc.**

*specific elements from the film you choose*

*Include a picture relating to the movie (movie poster, etc.) to begin your review.*
This critical review will be written in paragraphs and be

**at least 150 words.**

**When referencing character’s or actor’s names make sure you spell them correctly with capital letters beginning each name.**

*Do not include spoilers anywhere in your review.***and the film elements that support your opinions. Write about each element in its own paragraph. Include examples from the film to support**

__your opinions__**.**

__your opinions__*For example, if you liked/disliked the main character you could write a paragraph about what you liked/didn't like about the character citing examples from the film.*(3 paragraphs minimum).

**There are many specific characters you could focus on in your paragraphs**

"Handshakes" Problems

1)
You walk into your first college class and the professor tells you to
shake hands and introduce yourself to every student in the
classroom. Every student shakes hands with all other students exactly
once. How many handshakes were there (there are a total of 10 students
in class)?

2)
After everyone finishes shaking hands an eleventh student enters the
classroom. How many handshakes will there be (total) after he is done
shaking hands?

3) What would be the total if there were 20 students in the class?

The
following illustration is your hint as to how to figure out these three
answers. Post your three answers on your blog. Title the post "How
Many Handshakes?"

Additional hint- There is a pattern (formula) to this problem. Once you figure it out, you can quickly calculate the answer no matter how many people there are.

Additional hint- There is a pattern (formula) to this problem. Once you figure it out, you can quickly calculate the answer no matter how many people there are.

You may collaborate with your fellow classmates, but you must be able to explain your answers.

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