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The movie review that I looked at, that is now in theaters is the Sorcerer’s Apprentice. I found that the reviewer used and explained his review very effectively. He used many adjectives and a few adverbs. The adjectives he used I thought were truly effective. He used very descriptive wording, which made the review interesting to read. The adverb usage was suitable for this review as well. Five examples of the adjective usage are: At Merlin’s untimely death by stabbing, Balthazar is given his master’s precious dragon ring and a charge to find the one person who can destroy the wicked Morgana (Alice Krige) when she is freed from the confines of a
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Unformatted text preview: magical matryoshka doll. Five examples of the adverb usage are: Dave is skeptical and only half-hearted about his training. He is even more distracted after he runs into Becky (Teresa Palmer) and becomes enchanted by the old grade-school flame. However when the villainous Horvath (Alfred Molina) and his apprentice Drake Stone (Toby Kebbell) kidnap Becky and threaten her life, the college student seriously concentrates on developing his sorcery skills. The adjectives are in bold, and the adverbs are underlined and in bold. The link to go to is: http://www.parentpreviews.com/movie-reviews/sorcerers-apprentice/#review-wrapper...
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This note was uploaded on 01/25/2011 for the course COM 155 taught by Professor Williams during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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