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1.         Question :       What is the most important role of a film critic?

 2.        Question :       What is the most likely reason that theatrical movies have survived competition from television and various home video formats?

 3.        Question :       In a scene from Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, the title characters are holed up inside a building discussing their plans for future bank robberies while the audience is shown the entire Bolivian army gathering outside to kill them. The filmmakers are making use of what literary element in this scene?

 4.        Question :       Why is there typically a lag time between a movie’s theatrical release and its home video release?

 5.        Question :       Which of the following became an important new competitor for theatrical movies in the 1980s?

 6.        Question :       Which is the best description of the difference between “plot” and “story”?

 7.        Question :       Which critical assessment applies the standards for art suggested by Goethe?

 8.        Question :       What is a theme?

 9.        Question :       Which of the following questions is part of the “truth test” for evaluating films?

 10.      Question :       Which setting seems most appropriate for a film about emotional isolation?

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