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Welcome to Critique Revolve. This week's host discuss, analyze and breakdown 'Mr. Turner'.
Mr. Turner is a 2014 British, French and German biographical drama film, written and directed by Mike Leigh, and starring Timothy Spall, Dorothy Atkinson, Paul Jesson, Marion Bailey, Lesley Manville and Martin Savage. The film concerns the life and career of British artist J. M. W. Turner (played by Spall). It premiered in competition for the Palme d'Or at the 2014 Cannes Film Festival, where Spall won the award for Best Actor and cinematographer Dick Pope received a special jury prize for the film's cinematography.
Another double feature! Two special MOSH Episodes (MOSH stands for the "Misadventures Of Sherlock Holmes" in case you didn't know)! Two hilarious comedies written by Vince Stadon!
Sherlock Holmes and the Taxing Problem
(The Lost Pilot to The Misadventures of Sherlock Holmes)
Written by Vince Stadon
Starring Jeff Niles as Sherlock Holmes and Capt. John Tadrzak as Mr. Milhauser
Produced and directed by Jeff Niles, Additional music by Alain Morin/First Com
A surprise visitor to 221b Baker Street leads Mr Sherlock Holmes to an impromptu series of extraordinary deductions... but has he missed the singular fact that will reveal the true identity of this mysterious and irksome caller? And where on earth is Mrs Hudson?
Doctor Watson and the Unwelcome Critique
Written by Vince Stadon
Starring Elie Hirschman as Dr. John H. Watson and Viktor Aurelius as Mr. Fotherwell
Produced and directed by Jeff Niles, Music by Alain Morrin / First Com
A surprise visitor to 221b Baker Street has Dr Watson reaching for his service revolver and pining for a hearty breakfast... but will things get heated when the good doctor's literary prowess is called into question? And where on earth is Mrs Hudson?
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In this episode we have special guest, history fiction author J.F. Ridgley. We also introduce a new member to The Write Pack: Meredith Tate
Critique groups, partners and beta readers are a low stake experience that can be similar to that of an editor, agent, or publisher. So you have written a short story or a novel and are told you should find a critique group? Maybe a Critique Partner? And what is this odd thing called Beta Readers? Are they a pond filled of piranhas? Are they necessary steps to getting published? Why are they so important? Aren’t they always filled with just failed writers who are bitter and waiting to rip things up?
Is there a difference between college writing critique groups and commercial writing critique groups? Do they replace editors? Are they like a movie’s favorite private screening feedback group?
Should these people ever be a loved one, family member, or close friend?
What defines a good beta reader, critique group or partner? What kind of feedback should you expect to receive? What makes good usable criticism? And what is the “sandwich effect”?
How do you know if you are ready for a critique group, partner or beta reader?
What makes a bad beta reader, critique group or partner? When you break up with a group or partner like breaking up with a lover?
How do you find critique groups or critique partners writing in your genre?
Beware of the critique giver who is trying to mold you into an image of their own method. Also beware of turning it into “social hour.”
Today we present the second part of our critique of Joel McDurmon and Iaiah 65 on the New Heavens and new earth. We examine Isaiah 65 to determine whether it is to be understood in apocalyptic language or by using a literal hermeneutic.
We also compare the use being made by Joel who applies a literal premillennial hermeneutic to texts almost unamnimously accepted as figurative.
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Join Two Guys and A Bible for another informative broadcast.
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Art Critique Techniques, Radio Show
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If you have ever wondered how to best critique or take direction from fellow artists, the public or an instructor this show is for you. Just a few things to consider: What is the painting of? Is it unusual, unexpected, controversial or intriguing? Does it lend itself to comparison to work by a famous painter? Do you understand the symbolism?
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Welcome to Critique Revolve. This week's host discuss, analyze and breakdown 'Blackhat'
Blackhat is a 2015 American action thriller mystery film co-produced and directed by Michael Mann and written by Morgan Davis Foehl. The film stars Chris Hemsworth, Tang Wei, Viola Davis, Holt McCallany, and Wang Leehom. The film premiered at the TCL Chinese Theatre in Los Angeles on Januar 8, 2015. It is set for release on January 16, 2015.
The CNN Debate finally ended and now its time to discuss it. 'Stone Cold' Carly whats-her-face debuted her warm and genuine essence for the American people. Ann Coulter hated the debate and nearly broke the internet. Plus, Donald Trump clips of him being Donald Trump, Trumping. As always, we promise to be completely biased and unfair to all viewpoints contrary to our own.
Here are simple guidelines for evaluating a speech
Organization – Did the speech have a clear opening, body and conclusion? Did the Speaker make a definite point and provide material to support that point? Was the message clear throughout? Were the transitions appropriate? Did the speaker flow from one idea to another in an effective, seamless manner?
Research / Supporting material – Did the speaker research their subject? If so, did they provide specific facts, examples and illustrations? Did the speaker present as an authority on the subject?
Body Language – Does the speaker’s body language enhance their speech? How effectively did the speaker use body language to convey their points? Was the speaker’s body language loose and relaxed or confined and tense?
Vocal Variety / Vocabulary – Did the speaker use varying volume, pitch and rates of speaking to enhance the speech? Were these appropriately used? Did the speaker use words effectively throughout the speech to best communicate their ideas?
In all instances, offer suggestions for improvement.
This week's broadcast continues the critique began last week for Doug Post and his concept of the resurrection from Judaism. The reasoning which some Ammillennialists use follows the same line of reasoning by Post. Mostly, it represents a repeat of arguments from men such as Wayne Jackson, Curtis Cates and Terry Varner. The views presented by these men do not represent any significant changes since they were first advanced. We have thoroughly responded to them in our writings, audio and video recordings and in our public speeches. Join us today for a thorough and comprehnn