It is a Web site devoted to film reviews from the United Kingdom. The content is presented in an easy to use format and is simplified compared to other film review Web sites. This site was intended mainly for the layman or film aficionado interested in reading reviews on films released in the United Kingdom by UK writers. The content is fairly simple, it includes a Homepage at the above URL which lists the latest “Film of the Week” and its review. Also listed on the homepage are links to “New Films” reviews and “Archive Reviews”. There are also links to Filmweek “Features” like a link to a report on the Cannes Film Festival and a link to a film book that has recently been published with a review. When hitting the “Archive Reviews” link one is taken to a complete listing of archived reviews listed in alphabetical order. The main flaw of this site is that it offers reviews for a limited number of films, approximately 250. Out of ten stars possible, I would rate this site a “6”, with most of the lost stars attributable to its lack of depth and variety.
Web Site Two: Internet Movie Database. At: http://us.imdb.com/search (9/30/99)
This Web site is one of the most useful for future film reviewers. It is a comprehensive and useful database of nearly every Feature film and TV film ever made. The Homepage is designed well and is easy to use. It features a “search” feature that is broken into di