When you are trying to make a movie review of your own, there really are things that you have to know and be ready with. The first one and perhaps the most important is the very simple act of making sure that you are not influenced by anyone in making your own review of a movie. A simple way of making sure of this is by trying to avoid reading movie reviews of the same movie before your review is done. Reading works of others would not only provide a lot of spoilers, it would also destroy your supposed to be 'objective' way of evaluation. This is because when you finally decide to write your review, you may tend to focus your attention to the contents of the reviews you've read and on which points you are going to agree or disagree with. If this is to the case, then don't call your output a pure 3D Movie Review. It can be considered as some sort of argument paper that aims to prove or refute a prior statement.
We really are not trying to say that reading other pe ople's reviews of a certain movie beforehand is not good. If you are just someone who wants to make sure that the movie that you're going to watch is enjoyable and worth the money and time, then there's no stopping you. Read, read, and read all the movie reviews that you can find. However, if you are to make a 3D Movie Review because you are required to do so or because you are trying to help those in the movie industry develop their skills, then try to keep your mind as clear as possible from the disturbances that could be caused by the opinion of others. Remember that you are entitled to your opinion and that what others think do not always reflect your way of thinking.
Moving on to the second thing to consider, it would the basic need of knowing what movie genre or type really fits your taste. It is already given and wide accepted that not all movie genres are going to make an impact on any individual. Hence, if you really hate movies focus on drama, then even try m aking a review of dramatic films. It would be a waste of your time and energy. In addition to that, it would not be that helpful to anyone too. After all, how can something that has been disliked in the first place be viewed in way that bias is kept out of the way? Remember, it is really very important that you and the movie that you are making a review of are on the same page. By this, we simply mean that you have the right amount of background regarding the movie's genre so that you will be able to make assessments in a constructively critical manner.