Upper Intermediate- 9A Cinema Vocabulary
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an article in a newspaper, magazine, or online that gives an opinion about a new film, book, play, etc.
a type of journalist who gives his/her opinion about something, particularly films, books, plays, etc.
when a film or a TV programme has a printed translation of what the actors are saying at the bottom of the screen
when the voices you hear in a film or TV programme are actors speaking in a different language, not the original actors or language
a film that has the same story, and often the same title, as the one that was made earlier
a film, book, etc. that continues the story of an earlier one.
to be set in
take place in a particular place or period of time
pieces of action in a film, TV programme, etc. that are created by using special equipment or on a computer.
to be based on something
when a novel or a true story is used as the starting point to develop a film, play, idea, etc.
all the actors and actresses in a film, play, or TV programme
the action of entertaining other people by acting, singing, dancing, etc.
the character played by an actor or actress in a film, TV programme, play, etc.