Much better, Ruby! :) See how much more academic this sounds, now that you have taken the 3rd person route.Just one more quick comment about the way you are referencing within the text; you only need the author's surname and the date, so for example, (Bradshaw, 2010).Also, remember to italicise the quotes, as well as the film titles.
Oh okay, I'll make sure to do that in future thank you :).
yep, much more authoritative now, Ruby - though there's a few stylistic things I'd point out for - for example 'slowly goes to pot' is a bit too conversational (the sort of thing you'd say about this film if you were talking to your classmates, as opposed to writing for a formal audience), so watch out for phrases that 'sound' like you're talking. Also, whenever you refer to another film in your review - for example, here you mention Caligari and 'Lune', you should give the director and the date: I know you know this, but your reader doesn't, so always write your reviews so that they are independent reading experiences - in other words, they contain all relevant information a new reader might need to know.
Yeah I tend to write how I talk, easiest way to get out what I wanna say; I'll check and check again next time. Oh right, yeah okay, thank you.