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What Movie Will I Watch Today?

The Role of Online Review Ratings, Reviewers’ Comments, and Users’ Gratification Style

Nuno Piçarra, Níbia Silva, Teresa Chambel, and Patrícia Arriaga

, these effects seem to be mediated by individual differences (e.g., taste discrimination; Yaniv et al. 2011 ). Gathering Information from Review Comments One consequence of the internet age in movie consumption is the availability of large

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What Movie Will I Watch Today? – Online Supplemental Material

Nuno Piçarra, Níbia Silva, Teresa Chambel, and Patrícia Arriaga

) eudaimonic and hedonic motivations scale, two sets of review comments were developed: hedonic and eudaimonic. Although the sentences were modified to a style resembling viewer comments on a blog or on a social media platform, we respected the original meaning

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Analytic Approaches and Critical Practices

On What We Can Learn

Laura T. Di Summa

viewers can hardly avoid the overload of reviews, comments, previews, and spoilers. But there remains a role for criticism. Nick James in “Rip It Up: Revitalizing Film Criticism” advances a number of suggestions. The critic can, in the Internet age, offer

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Elli Tompuri's Female Hamlet, 1913

Nely Keinänen

permanent member of an established theatre company. A female Hamlet and the nationalist cause However much reviewers disagree about whether an actress can or should play Hamlet, almost all strike a note of nationalist pride in their reviews

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Reviewing Oceania

Nicholas Thomas, Adrian Locke, Noelle M. K. Y. Kahanu, Simon Jean, and Lagi-Maama

that gave rise to their creation, and from the hands that made and tended to them—and yet still their mana abounds. It is so palpable that a litany of exhibition reviews commented on its presence, and that visitors with little to no Pacific knowledge